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ahajabundeobujabunden1small piece of anything7.8.1Break7.9.1Damage2end point, esp. the corner of a courtyard8.6Parts of things8.6.7End, point8.6.6Edge3extent to which s.b. or s.t. reaches in sizeMusinde mutoto, wa hajabunde ha kilo ane joŋene.He is a small man weighing forty kg only.

ehihomo2ebihomonstopping, end point; where to stopŋano njʼaŋali ehihomo hyange sisobola hweyongerayo ohutuuma ŋano.This is where i stop; I can’t proceed from here. something7.3.6.3Limit8.ŋo ehihomovdemarcate, delimit; set, mark, draw the boundaries of s.t.

ehiibon1confinement; ritual state continuing for seven days after giving birthAli mu hiibo.She is in confinement after having given birth.2.6.3Birth7.3.6.3Limit2state of immediately having given birthAŋunya ehiibo. Hino hitera ohubaaŋo omwibo natoosa bireebo.She has a characteristic smell of a woman who has recently given birth. This may be due to neglecting to clean the infant’s nappies.2.6.3Birth4., mother

ekondoekondonboundary peg used for marking off an athletics field7.3.6.3Limit6.5.4.2Boundary6.5.1.3Land, property

enjagamoenjagamonend; place where s.t. stopsEnjagamo yʼesaala njʼehibono amiina.The end of every prayer is the word amen., pointohutaaŋo enjagamovdemarcate, delimit; set, mark, draw the boundaries of s.t.

esaloesalonboundary; line often not drawn showing the separation between two pieces of land or two countries7.3.6.3Limit6.5.4.2Boundary6.5.1.3Land, property4.6.7.1Country8.6.6Edge

huupivar.huupi huupiadv1near, nearby, beside; s.t. is near when there is very little space or distance to reach itE Busolwe huupi nʼe Mugulu.Busolwe is near Mugulu. to2soon, nearly; when time is short before an event is due to take placeOmwaha guli huupi huupi huŋwaho.The year is soon ending.; degree, e.g., the slope of a hill or the extent of a tree may be high or low to climb or descend7.3.6.3Limit9.3.1Degree8.1Quantity8.2.8Measurehuupi byosibyosiadjalmost all9.4.4.7Just, almost not8.1.5.6Almost8., almost allohuba huupi nevbe almost9.4.4.7Just, almost not8.1.5.6Almost8., almost all

ohubitavoverflow esp. of a riverOlwabi olwijuuye lubitiiye hu luguudo lwaleha omwala kuba gubaaye gwijuuye.The river in spate by passed the overflowing bridge when crossing the road. of water1.3.2.1Flow8.5.4.2Occupy an area1.3.2.6Tide7.5.9.2Fill, coverohubitahovpass over; move past7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitamovMetaphor. succeed in getting over some problem6.1.3.2Succeedohubitaŋovmove past a place7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitiravpass via8.5.2Direction9. (of movement) past, over, throughohubitiramovpass through, go across a place8.5.1.6Across7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitiriravgo non-stop past a place7.3.6.3Limit7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitiirisavoverdo, exceed, increase past the limit, do s.t. to the excess4.3.6.1Lack self-control8.3.7.2Better7.3.6.3Limit8.1.7.1Extra8.1.4More3.

ohubitiirisavoverdo, exceed, increase past the limit, do s.t. to the excessMbitirihiise ohulya.I ate too much. self-control8.3.7.2Better7.3.6.3Limit8.1.7.1Extra8.1.4More3. ofohubita

ohuhoma2v1limitObuvunanyiziwa wange buhoma hu hulaga ngira so sihuhuŋirayo.My responsibility is limited to showing you the way, but not to take you there. aŋoAmafugi gahomire.Bleeding has stopped. something6., finish8.; cause to stop8. something4. moving7.2.6.2Prevent from moving

ohuŋululuhavexceed; go or be beyond a limitHu myaha abiri omuutu aba aŋululuhire ohutagiha ohusoma mu pulayimaale.At twenty a person is beyond the age of starting learning in the primary school.

ohupalulusavexceed; go beyond normal limitsEryani lijalaaye olwʼohuba bali palaluhisemo amaaji mangi.The sauce is tasteless because too much water was added to it.

ohusolobya3vsurpassOhutiina e Mabaale osolobyamo ekiromiita ndala ohuŋwa e Busibira.Going to Mabaale you go an extra kilometre from Busibira. ofohusoloba

ohutaaŋo ehihomovdemarcate, delimit; set, mark, draw the boundaries of s.t. ofehihomo2

ohutaaŋo enjagamovdemarcate, delimit; set, mark, draw the boundaries of s.t. ofenjagamo

ohutaaŋo olubibivdemarcate, delimit; set, mark, draw the boundaries of s.t. ofolubibi

ohwemera2vstart, begin, stretch, reach fromObulumi bwemera mu magulu nga bwola mu hida.The pain starts from the leg and goes on until it reaches the stomach.Eroba lirye lyemera ŋano ohwola hu musaala omuleŋi gula.His piece of lands stretches from here to that tall tree.

ohwemera3v1guard very jealouslyGemeeye abahaana babe bataja mu mahina.He has jealously kept his daughters so that they would not go to the dance. care of something5.8Manage a house7.4.5Keep something4., restrict, limit; guard very keenly, leaving no room for doing anything elseOmusibe bamwemeeye humwemera.The prisoner was kept and watched over full time. of war7.3.6.3Limit3.3.4.4Prevent7.2.6.2Prevent from moving
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