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ahabbaaniobubbaaniLugandan1resin or incense from the purple canary tree that gives off sweet smelling smoke when burntObubbaani butera ohudunyisiwa hu mikolo jʼamadiini agandi.Incense from the purple canary tree is usually burnt during some religious rituals.6.6.2.9Working with chemicals1.5.5Parts of a plant2.3.4Smell2sweet smelling smoke from the bark of an incense or purple canary tree5.5.5What fires produce4.9.8Religious things2.3.4Smell

ahadudumusiobududumusinsmall dry twig, a type of firewood1.5.5Parts of a plant

ahakayaalaobukayaalansmall twig lying on the ground, commonly used for lighting a cooking fire5.5.1Light a fire1.5.5Parts of a plant

ahamovar.ahamwoobumonseed; small part of a plant from which another plant may develop1.5.5Parts of a plant

ahanuunuobunuununimmature banana flower that drops offEnjuhi jinuuna mu bununu omubisi.Bees suck juice from the immature flowers of bananas.5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit6.2.1.4.2Growing bananas1.5.5Parts of a plant

ahayengoobuyengontassel on a cob of maize6.2.1.1.3Growing maize1.5.5Parts of a plant

amahooseoluhoosenleaves; green parts of plants that make food for them using the sunshine1.5.5Parts of a plant

amasanjaolusanjandry banana leavesAmasanja abaatu bagewihira hu magombe.People cover themselves with banana dry leaves when keeping vigil at the grave.6.2.5.4Plant product5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit6.2.1.4.2Growing bananas1.5.5Parts of a plantohudaanya ahasanjavIdiom. hand over to s.b. else; indicate who is to dance next by throwing them the cloth that is tied around the wait while dancing4.2.4Dance7.4.1Give, hand to

duludulunpeeling bark; dry piece of bark from a tree that peels off from the trunk1.5.5Parts of a plant

ebihangalaehihangalancrop husks; what remains in the field after the harvesting of crops8.1.7.4Remain, remainder5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin6.2.6.1Winnow grain1.5.5Parts of a plant8.6.4.1Outer part

ebisiriwaehisiriwanstrands of the bark of some trees, e.g., bark cloth tree, ficus matalensis, that are used for twining ropes6.6.4.2Weaving baskets and mats6.7.5Fastening tool7.5.4.1Rope, string6.6.1.2Spinning thread6.6.1.3Knitting1.5.5Parts of a plant

ebisusumwaehisusumwanpith of the banana plants at the top of which there are bunches of bananas1.5.5Parts of a plant

edandiamadandinbanana leaf made into a spoon shape used for scooping things5.2.2.8Eating utensil5.2.1.5Serve food1.5.5Parts of a plant5.2.1.3Cooking utensil

efeeraahafeeranimmature seed; seeds that will fail to matureBangalamo efeera josijosi kuba sijimera.They discard all immature seeds because they cannot germinate.6.2.5.2Crop failure1.5.5Parts of a plant

ehibalaebibalaLugandan1fruit; usually sweet-tasting part of a tree or shrub that holds seeds that can be eaten5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit1.5.5Parts of a plant2Metaphor. s.t. pleasant or the successful results of work or actions3.4.1.2Happy4.4.1Prosperity

ehidolodoloebidolodolonleaves of the cocoyam Nymphaea sp. of crops grown in water logged places5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetables1.5.5Parts of a plant

ehiduumavar.duumaebiduuman1maize; crop that grows to a height of 3m, that has cobs where grains grow. Flour for meals is milled from these grainsEbyoma ni bihiiri huuja duuma baŋuulanga huŋuula.Before the introduction of the hammer mills maize grains were just pounded.sp. Zea mays fam. Poaceae5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.1.3Growing maize2maize cob5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.1.3Growing maize1.5.5Parts of a plant3maize grain5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.1.3Growing maize6.2.6.3Thresh6.2.6.2Mill grain

ehihalangiroebihalangironstick used to turn millet in a pot when scorching before grinding or milling it1.5.5Parts of a plant5.2.1.3Cooking utensil

ehiholoebiholontree trunk; part of the plant that is in the ground, nearest to the rootsOnatemera ŋaasi bugali emiguulo ebiholo sibisebuha.If you cut the poles for house construction very low, the remaining part will not sprout.1.5.5Parts of a plantehiholo hyʼobulesinmedicinal plant2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine2.5.7.2Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2.5.7.3Medicinal plants