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ahalohaobulohansmall plant that is capable of regaining leaves after defoliation1.5Plant1.5.6Growth of plants

ehidomboohiebidomboohinfruit that is over-ripeEpapaali edomboohi njehibala ehiŋomera omwana omuŋere.A very ripe pawpaw is suitable for a baby.1.5.6Growth of plants

ehihoolaebihoolandried leaf; leaf that has been shed by a treeEbisaala ebisinga obungi bikukumusa ebihoola mu ndobooli.Most trees shed their dry leaves during the dry season.1.5.5Parts of a plant1.5.6Growth of plants

ehiŋangaliebiŋangalins.t. ripe; ready for eating6.2.5Harvest1.5.6Growth of plants

ehiŋotohireebiŋotohirenshrivelled thing; s.t. that has wilted because of a lack of water1.3.3.1Dry6.2.5.2Crop failure1.5.6Growth of plants1.5.7Plant diseases

ehyʼomuhuloebyʼomuhulon1s.t. that is growing luxuriantly well2.5Healthy8.2.2.2Tall1.5.6Growth of plants2s.t. that grows very fast1.5.6Growth of plants

ejuuliejuulinlast cow peas leaf that sprouts after the harvest and is plucked for sauce1.5.5Parts of a plant1.5.6Growth of plants

najuulinajuulin1leaves that grow after harvest of cowpeas1.5.5Parts of a plant1.5.6Growth of plants2rust disease; disease that attacks bean leaves1.5.7Plant diseases

obuŋotohinwilting; state when a plant droops due to dry conditions6.2.5.2Crop failure1.5.6Growth of plants1.5.7Plant diseases

ohubabuhav1become scorchedAmatu gababuhire nʼoluŋiira.Banana leaves are wilted by burning grass.5.5.4Burn5.2.1.1Cooking methods2become wilted, of leaves6.2.5.2Crop failure1.5.6Growth of plants1.5.7Plant diseasesohubabulav1wilt; heat leaves over fire in order to wilt and soften them5.2.1.1Cooking methods2scorch5.5.4Burn5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohubbalitiravbe mature, of plants; reach a stage when a crop is expected to be mature or not to grow any moreEtemwa libbalitiiye; liri hupi hulaba.The banana is mature; it is nearly ripening.1.5.6Growth of plants

ohudumbaana2vbe leafy; have very many leavesOhwʼomunaane ebisaala bidumbaana amahoola.During the rain season the trees are very leafy.1.5.5Parts of a plant1.5.6Growth of plants

ohufundihav1tie into a knotFundiha bulaŋi omugoye,embusi etesitula.Tie the knot of the rope properly so that the goat does not untie itself.Bahasi bafundiha epesa humusibiro.Women tie money in their sashes.7.5.2Join, attach8.2.7.1Tight6.7.5Fastening tool7.5.2.1Link, connect7.5.4.1Rope, string7.5.4Tie2complete; come to the end of doing s.t.Fundihira ebyuliho wuje kutumeho.Finalise what you are doing and come; I would like you to do s.t. for me.Oluhiiho lwafundihiiye esaawa ehumi.The meeting closed up at four o’clock. something6., finish8.; sew the last part of a clothKenire ohutunga ehiteteeyi hihyo, ŋahani ndi mu hufundiha.I have finished sewing your dress; now, I am just hemming it.5.3.6Parts of clothing6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.1.1Cloth8.6.6Edge4finish making a cordFundiha omugoye; obuleeŋi bwʼoguhambireho ogwo buhena.End weaving the rope; the length you have weaved is enough. something6., finish8., start maturing, said of a cropDuuma afundiha.Maize is starting to mature. in food preparation6.2.5Harvest1.5.6Growth of plants

ohuganjuuhavar.ohuganjulavspread, of a mushroom headObwoba babuhuula ni buganjuuhire.Mushrooms are harvested when they spread their heads.1.5.6Growth of plants

ohugasemuliravhave healthy rootsMwogo ogesemuliye njaba ni gamire oluhulu.The cassava that is healthy is the one with several tubers on it.1.5.6Growth of plants