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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

amayembeeyembenhorns depicting evil spirits1.4.2Spirits of things4.9.8Religious things

asubikiasubikinMuslim rosary beads4.9.8Religious things

ebbatirisoamabatirizoLugandanbaptismal font; place in a church where baptisms are carried out4.9.5.4Religious ceremony4.9.5.6Religious purification4.9.8Religious things

ehigemoebigemoncharm; amulet with a piece of wood, bone or rock sewn in it and tied to a string. It is worn around the neck in a belief that it will ward off evil spirits and diseases1.4.2Spirits of things4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

ehituuti2ebituutinraised place where the sacrifice to God is offered in a place of worship4.9.8.2Place of worship4.9.5.5Offering, sacrifice4.9.8Religious things

ekaasovar.ekaasuekaasoEnglishncassock, tunic; loose-fitting garment covering the whole body below the neck worn by priests5.3.4Clothes for special occasions4.9.8Religious things5.3.1Men's clothing

emambaliemambalinpulpit; raised part in a church where a priest climbs to speak to the worshipers or a small room in a mosque where the Imam stands when preaching4.9.8.2Place of worship4.9.8Religious things

enduhulu1enduhulun1Otter; small water animal with short hairs. It is 65 cm long and weighs about 6.5 kgEnduhulu esobola ohwebbomba magalamiriiye mu maaji.The otter can swim facing up in water.sp. Lutra maculicullis fam. Mustelidae1.6.1.1.2Carnivore2otter skin bracelet (strips of otter skin) worn by children as protection against charms and disease4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

eŋimaamaŋimancharm tied around a baby’s waist for its protection1.4.2Spirits of things4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

eŋirisiamaŋirisincharm consisting of herbal medicines in a cloth or metal container and worn as an amulet1.4.2Spirits of things4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

esapuliesapulinrosary beads4.9.8Religious things

etaaliamataalinspecial kind of tambourine used by Muslims4.2.3.5Musical instrument4.9.8Religious things

omuhwesoemihwesoncharm supposed to attract visitors to the home1.4.2Spirits of things4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

omusubbaawaemisubbaawancandle; cylindrical piece of wax with a wick in the middle of it that produces light as it burns8.3.3.1.1Light source5.1Household equipment4.9.8Religious things

sakirisitiyaabasakirisitiyaEnglishn1sacrist, church officer who is in charge of the room attached to a church where vestments are kept4.9.7.1Religious person2church dressing room5.3.7Wear clothing5.3.5Clothes for special people6.5.2.7Room4.9.8Religious things