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amafaafavar.amafafaefaafaWandering Dew; plant with a stem trailing along the ground, commonly regarded as a weed among crops. It has blue flowers. Its leaves are used as sauce and its roots are believed to cure venereal diseases and menstruation problemssp. Commelina africana, fam. Cmmelinaceae1.5.3Grass, herb, vine126.96.36.199.4Food from leaves188.8.131.52Medicinal plants
amagumbaegumbabones, skeleton; hard parts inside the body of s.b. or an animal that support it2.1.6Bone, joint184.108.40.206Working with bone1.6.2Parts of an animalehiŋamba amagumba1Idiom. interesting thing; s.t. that arouses interest220.127.116.11Meet a standard18.104.22.168Like, love22.214.171.124Right, proper126.96.36.199Interested2Idiom. suitable thing188.8.131.52.3Compatible8.2.7Fit, size184.108.40.206Right, properhayunga magumbamedicinal herb; medicinal herb for treating broken bones2.5.7Treat disease220.127.116.11Traditional medicine18.104.22.168Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine22.214.171.124Medicinal plantsohukutuha egumbaget a compound fracture2.1.6Bone, joint7.8.1Break2.5.3Injure7.8.2Crackohwonga amagumbaset a fracture; align bones straight and set in plaster2.5.7Treat disease
dolodondodolodondoplant growing up to 2m in swamps that has thorns. The filtrate of its ashes is used as salt and, in a form of fumigation. It is also traditionally used in treating corneal ulcersAmahoola ga dolodondo goosi gaganga omutwe.The leaves of the ‘hygrophila’ shrub are also used for treating headaches.sp. Hygrophila auriculata (Asteracantha longifolia) fam. Acanthaceae1.5.2Bush, shrub126.96.36.199Medicinal plants
ehibinubinuebibinubinuCandle Bush; shrub that grows to a height of 3 m and has yellow flowers. It grows in grassland and near forests. It is believed to cure several diseases such as stomach ache, ringworm, gonorrhoea and othersEhibinubinu hyaponeheseye omwana nʼalwaye muhida.The Candle bush cured my child when he had stomach ache.sp. Cassia didymobotrya fam. Caesalpiniaceae1.5.1Tree188.8.131.52Medicinal plants
ehihahaleebihahale1Croton; plant with a hollow red stem and broad leavesAmoola gʼemisi jʼehihahale amaŋuule ganywewa gaganga ehihololo hyakokolo.A concoction of the bark of the roots of the croton tree is taken as a remedy for tuberculosis.sp. Croton sylvaticus fam. Euphorbiaceae1.5.2Bush, shrub184.108.40.206Medicinal plants2castor oil plantsp. Ricinus communis1.5.2Bush, shrub
ehiholoebiholotree 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 hyʼobulesimedicinal plant2.5.7Treat disease220.127.116.11Traditional medicine18.104.22.168Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine22.214.171.124Medicinal plants
esulasulaesulasulaTagetes; plant that grows to a height of 2 m, with a peculiar odour that is used in getting rid of chicken mites, and in treating sicknessOhuŋunya hwʼebinanjaaye njʼohugira ebiwuuka ni bibitya.The pungent smell of the Tagetes repels insects.sp. Tagetes erecta fam. Compositae1.5Plant126.96.36.199Medicinal plants