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ahakongovuleobukongovulenankle bone; protruding bone at the ankle jointAhakongovule hasiba ohuhahonyaho.It is very painful to hit at the ankle bone.2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.3.2Leg

ebinaaloehinaalonmetal rings made to be worn around the ankles5.3.2Women's clothing2.1.3.2Leg5.4.1Jewelry2.6.3.7Multiple births

efambaafuamafambaafun1groin, crotch; place where the legs meet at the front of the body2.1.3.2Leg2.1.2Torso2boil at the lymph node in the groin2.5.2.2Skin disease

ehibbonjeebibbonjen1hoof; lowest part of the cow’s leg5. of an animal2heel; last back part of a human footAmagulu agatagendera mu ngaato gaba nʼebibbonje ebyʼamaja.Feet that are not always in shoes have heels with cracks.

ehinuuloebinuulon1meat from the hoof of an animal6.3.7Animal products5.2.3.2Food from animals6.3.1.1Cattle5.; lowest part of a leg of a cow, goat, sheep, pig etc. of an animal

ehiŋingaebiŋinganthigh; part of a leg between the knee and the hipEhiŋinga hyʼenyuni huliho enyama totono ohusinga ehidutu.There is less meat on a thigh of a bird than on its wing. of a bird1.6.2Parts of an animal

ehisambiebisambinthigh; part of the leg from the waist to the knee2.1.3.2Leg1.6.2.1Parts of a bird1.6.2Parts of an animal

ehityeroebityeron1footprint; place where s.b. has stepped6.4.1.1Track an animal7.2.1.1Walk2.1.3.2Leg2flat foot2.1.3.2Leg

ehyabavar.ehyaba hyʼengaloehyaba hyʼohuguluebyabanthe inner part of the hand between wrist and fingers or the inner part of the foot between heel and toes.Gataye enooti yʼolukumi mu hyaba ehyʼengalo yʼomusungi hu lusimbo lwʼamaduuka.He placed a one thousand shillings note in the palm of a beggar at the veranda of the shops.Yambala engato amaŋwa gatahusimita ebyaba byamagulu gago.Wear shoes so that thorns don’t prick your soles.ŋera ehyabanIdiom. little quantity; barely a handful, so little an amount that it does not fill hands cupped to carry it9.3.1.2To a small degree8.1.3.2Few, little

ekumboekumbonknee; leg joint where the thigh joins the calf2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.3.2Legohuhoma ekumbovIdiom. kneel down7.1.4Kneel

emijereomujeren1ankle rings worn around the ankles by a bearer of twins5.3.2Women's clothing2.1.3.2Leg5.4.1Jewelry2.6.3.7Multiple births2banana fibre skirt; worn over a banana leaf tied round the waist by a mother of twins5.3.2Women's clothing5.3.5Clothes for special people2.6.3.7Multiple births

endege1endegenankle bells worn for dancing2.1.3.2Leg4.2.3.5Musical instrument

esambaesambananklet; metal ankle ring worn by a woman as jewellery at marriage in the olden days. It was not to be removed from the leg5.4Adornment5.3.2Women's clothing5.3.3Traditional clothing2.1.3.2Leg5.4.1Jewelry

eso1esonknee cap; bone at the front of the knee jointNigaguuye ni basamba omupiira eso yʼekumgo yacuhire.His knee cap was misplaced when he fell down during a football game.2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.3.2Leg

etangoamatangonlap; upper part of a thigh of s.b. who is seatedAbaana babehasa hu matango.Children are seated on laps. olwanamatangondistant relation4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinship

etegeetegenback of the knee2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.3.2Leg

etulutumbuetulutumbunthigh of a birdEtulutumbu eriho enyama ohusinga ohugulu.There is more meat on a thigh of a bird than there is on its leg. of a bird

etumbuetumbuncalf; bulky muscles on the leg below the knee2.1.3.2Leg

ohuguluamagulun1leg or foot; part of the body that is used for walking or standing2.1.3.2Leg2foot; measurement where the legs are used to pace the distancesEnju yiye yiŋesa amagulu mahumi abiri obuleeŋi.His house is twenty feet long.8.2.8Measure3pedal of a bicycle7. hwomumoninfront leg, front limb of an animal2.1.3.2Leg2.1.3Limb1.6.2Parts of an animalohugulu ohugubbunamputated leg2.5.7Treat disease2.5.3.1Amputate2.5.4Disabledohugwa mu amaguluvIdiom. implore; request help3.3.2Request6.8.3.4Beg3.5.1.5Ask4.8.4.2Make an appeal

ohugulu hwomumoniamagulu agomumoninfront leg, front limb of an animal2.1.3.2Leg2.1.3Limb1.6.2Parts of an animalder. ofohugulu

olufaalaefaalantrack; fresh animal or human track in the bush6.4.1.1Track an animal7.2.1.1Walk2.1.3.2Leg

omululiemirulin1shin; front part of the leg between the knee and the foot2.1.3.2Leg2trunk of bark cloth tree after the bark has been removedOmululi osobola ohugutongolera enju.The stripped bole of a bark cloth tree can be used for building a house.1.5.5Parts of a plant