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ahahoosiobuhoosintrail, path; narrow cattle track6.5.4.1Road7.2.4.6Way, route

amagaananonroad junction, intersection, crossroads; place where roads from different directions meet6.5.4.1Road

amasaŋangiranjunction, crossroads; place where paths or roads cross6.5.4.1Road

amasaŋaananoncrossroads, intersection, junction; place where two roads meet and cross each other6.5.4.1Road

edabani1edabaninmain road; highway6.5.4.1Road

ehigingiebiginginhump; small bump in the ground, esp. the one put across the road to vehicle reduce speed1.2.1.1Mountain6.5.4.1Road6.6.7.3Controlling water

ehiŋigiebiŋinginhump; raised spot on which people could accidentally stumble1.2.1.1Mountain6.5.4.1Road6.6.7.3Controlling water

ehipande2ebipandensign post; pole with writing at the roadside or where roads meet that warns or gives instructions to road users6.5.4.1Road7.2.4.8Map3.5.6Sign, symbol3.5.8.4Show, indicate

ehititiryoebititiryonhump put across a path to check soil erosion1.2.1.1Mountain6.5.4.1Road6.6.7.3Controlling water

engeri eyʼohuhulahulanaengeri ejʼohuhulahulanancourse of travel; way of progressEngeri enyangu ohwola e Bulaaya ya hutambisa endegeThe best way to travel to Europe is by aeroplane., route9. (of movement), manner6.1.2Methodengeri yʼohwolanroute followed in order to arrive6.5.4.1Road8.5.2Direction7.2.4.6Way, routeohutaaŋo engerivdetermine, obtain, discover, find or get means or a way to do s.t., attempt

engeri yʼohwolaengeri jʼohwolanroute followed in order to arrive6.5.4.1Road8.5.2Direction7.2.4.6Way, routeder. ofengeri eyʼohuhulahulana

engira2amagiranpath, avenue, way, road; space used to travel on from one place to another6.5.4.1Road7.2.4.6Way, routeengira yʼebulebenpath whose name and direction are not mentioned e.g., ‘so and so street’, routeohwehubba engiravIdiom. depart7.2.3.3Leave

engira yʼebulebeengira jʼebulebenpath whose name and direction are not mentioned e.g., ‘so and so street’, routeder. ofengira2

obubaaleahabaalengravel; small stones mixed with sand for scraping cooking pans6.6.2.7Working with stone1.2.2.2Rock1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.5.4.1Road

oluguudoenguudonroad; long piece of hard ground where people drive along from one place to another6.5.4.1Road7.2.4.6Way, routeoluguudo olwʼebulebenunnamed road at a certain place6.5.4.1Road7.2.4.6Way, route

oluguudo olwʼebulebeenguudo jʼebulebenunnamed road at a certain place6.5.4.1Road7.2.4.6Way, routeder. ofoluguudo

olutindoetindonbridge; structure built over water or a road for ease of crossingOlutindo lwa Mpologoma e Budumba luŋimbya oluguudo nʼolwere.The bridge at Mpologoma river at Budumba combines both the road and the railway.

oluubbavar.olubabiemban1side8.6.3Side2.1.2Torso2direction; sidewaysHuluubba olunengereyeho balulanga baati ebugwa lyuba.The direction I am looking in is what they call west.7.2.2Move in a direction6.5.4.1Road8.5.2Direction8.5.2.8North, south, east, west7.2.4.6Way, route

omuzeemizen1habit; custom3.2.8Tendency4.3.9.2Habit4.3Behavior4.3.9.1Custom2trail; path that is habitually used by animals6.5.4.1Road8.5.2Direction7.2.4.6Way, route

omwalaemyalanbridge; structure that carries a road, railway or path over a river or a ravine, that facilitates crossingOmwala gwo hu Mpologoma guŋera hupi emita abiri.The bridge over Mpologoma river is about 20 m long.

yino njʼengira etiina ebulebejino njʼengira ejitiina ebulebenway; route leading to a certain place6.5.4.1Road8.5.2Direction7.2.4.6Way, route