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ahabubiobububinsmall sac made by a spider to cover its eggs1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.8Spider

ebiyaliehiyalinhoneycomb; wax structure made by bees where eggs are laid that contains honey1.6.5Animal home5.2.3.2Food from animals6.4.4Beekeeping

ehidooli hyʼebisoloebidooli byʼebisolonnational park, game park; area set aside for animals where people pay to see them1.6.5Animal home4.2.9Holiday1.2.1.3Plain, plateau7.2.4Travel1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert6.4.6Things done to animals1.6.6Animal groupder. ofehidooli1

ehiganguebigangun1temporary shelter where visitors at a feast are welcomed and entertained4.2.2.3Celebrate6.5.1.2Types of houses6.5.1Building8.4.2.4Temporary2shed, pen; temporary shed built for animals to stay in1.6.5Animal home6.3Animal husbandry6.5.1.5Fence, wall6.5.1Building

ehigo hyʼesoloebigo byʼesolonkraal; place where domestic animals are kept.1.6.5Animal home6.3Animal husbandry6.5.1.5Fence, wall6.5.1Buildingder. ofehigo1

ehihuweebihuwenflat ant nest with holes that contains the type of white ants that fly during rainfall or that is hit repeatedly to produce white ants for trapping birdsEswa ejiŋwa mu hihuwe jitera hutambisiwa mu hutega enyuni.The white ants swarming the flat white ants nest are often used for trapping birds.1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.7Insect

ehiŋigoebiŋigonanthill with open holes at its sides whose termites don’t come out during swarming1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.7Insect

ehiraalo1ebiraalon1herd of cattle; flock of sheep, goats6.3.2Tend herds in fields1.6.6Animal group2kraal, pen; shed or an enclosure where domestic animals are kept1.6.5Animal home6.3Animal husbandry6.5.1.5Fence, wall6.5.1Building

ehisiisiebisiisintermite nest; nest underground with white ants that swarm in the afternoons of the month of September1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.7Insect

ehiswa1ebiswantermite mound, anthill; nest of white ants moulded from the soil by the termitesEbiswa ebisinga obungi biba bya hiiri.Most termite nests are anthills.1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.7Insect

ehiswiebiswin1home where animals dwell1.6.5Animal home2nest; woven structure where a bird breedsEnyuni ejindi ebiswi njʼamago gajo.Some birds have nests as their homes.1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.2Bird3Metaphor. houseGatayeŋo ehiswi ehyene ehiraŋi.He built a very good house.6.5.1.1House6.5.1.2Types of houses

ehitalaebitalannest; woven structure where a bird breeds1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.2Bird

ehituuti1ebituutinanthill with the smallest white ants that fly late in the evening when the chickens have just gone to roost1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.7Insectehituuti ehyʼohusundiraho amafutanoil rig; structure made at the oil well for sinking oil pipes underground to get crude oil6.6.2.6Working with oil and gas1.2.3.2Oil

ehiiriebiirinant hill; mound of soil, esp. of old termite hillsObwoba bumera hu biiri.Mushrooms grow on mounds.Ebiiri byʼebiswa ebindi bibaaho ekero ejʼohuŋeereramo.Some anthills have holes for ventilation.Enyumba etongolewa hu hiiri konyo ndibandiwangamo amaaji.A house is built on a raised part to avoid its being flooded.1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.7Insect

ekeroekeronhole made by termites at the sides of an anthill for ventilationAmage maŋigo gayaba ekero ohwetoloola ehiswa hyago.The termites that swarm at dawn make holes around their anthill.1.6.5Animal home1.2.1.5Underground7.8.6Dig

ekombeekomben1hollow in the trunk of a treeEkokonyagirisi ni dulenge biteera mu kombe.The woodpecker and the horn bill lay their eggs in tree hollows.Embahi jigona mu kombe.Squirrels sleep in tree hollows.1.5.1Tree1.6.5Animal home8.3.1.6.3Hollow2pond; small area of still water, in a contrived or natural hollow1.3.1.2Swamp1.3.1Bodies of water

epunguluepunguluncave; large hole in the side of a hill, cliff or a mountain or one that is undergroundEpungulu jomusosi jijamo olusosi ni rutondewa oba jiyabiwa nʼebisolo.Caves are made during the formation of the mountains or animals dig them.Abasolera etalo mu sosi behweha mu pungulu.Combatants in the mountains use caves for hiding.1.6.5Animal home1.2.1.5Undergroundepungulu eyʼohwehwehamo ni basoolancave hideout; hiding place for combatants4.8.3.6.6Fort1.2.1.5Underground

epuutaepuutanNile Perch; biggest fish that eats other smaller fish. It was introduced into Lake Victoria in recent yearssp. Nile Perch1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.5Fish7.1.2Sit

hateenyakwi1hateenyakwincocoon; larva that protects itself in a layer of dry pieces of sticks1.6.5Animal home1.6.3Animal life cycle1.6.1.7Insect

namumbiryanamumbiryanspider; insect-like creature with eight legs and it’s cobweb1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.8Spider

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