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ahamiroobumironthroat; small passage for food to the stomachEnyama ya hamiro yiba ya bbebbenu.The throat meat is all cartilage.2.1.8Internal organs2.1.1.4Mouth

ahawagoobuwagonbladderAhawago habaamo amanye.The bladder contains urine.2.1.8Internal organs2.2.7Urinate, urine

amaala agʼengatavar.amaala gʼengatansmall intestinesAmala agʼengata njʼagasinga obuleeŋi mu hida.The small intestines are the longest part of the digestive system.2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat1.6.2Parts of an animal

amaala amabbalaolula olubbalanlarge intestinesAmala amabbala njʼagasembayo mu hida.Big intestines are the last part of the digestive system.2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat1.6.2Parts of an animal

ebyendaninternal organs of a living being, e.g., heart, kidney, intestines2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat1.6.2Parts of an animal

edokooliamadokoolinAdam’s apple; part of the throat that sticks out in the front of the neck of a man2.1.6Bone, joint3.5.1.1Voice2.1.8Internal organs2.1.1Head

efuuŋoefuuŋonbladder; bag-like organ inside the body of s.b. or an animal where urine is stored before it leaves the body2.1.8Internal organs2.2.7Urinate, urine

ehifoofoebifoofonlung; either of the two organs in the chest with which people and some animals use to breathe2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat1.6.2Parts of an animal

ehoyohoyoamahoyohoyon1Adam ’s apple2.1.6Bone, joint3.5.1.1Voice2.1.8Internal organs2.1.1Head2double chin; fold of skin between the chin and the neck2.1.1Head

ehyʼomuhidaebyomuhidan1viscera, offal; inside parts of the body of an animalSi nageeneŋo nyama yindi nga gasalira hu hyomuhida.I found no other type of meat there, so he cut me a piece from the viscera.Ebyo mu hida ebyʼeŋombe biri hu muŋendo gwa ŋaasi ohusinga enyama.The viscera of a cow are cheaper than the flesh.Basoka hutunda byomuhida kuba byononoha mangu.Offal is sold first because it is easily perishable.2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat2developing foetus in the wombEhyomuhida himuluma.She is feeling pain in the womb (lit. the foetus is paining her).2.6.3.2Fetusehyʼomuhida ehitolyongendeformed foetus2.5.4.5Birth defect2.6.3.2Fetus2.6.3.3Miscarriage2.6.3.6Unusual birth

enduseendusen1gall bladder; small bag containing a bitter liquid that is attached to the liver2.1.8Internal organs2bile; green bitter liquid contained in a bag that is attached to the liverAbambowa baŋaye Yesu enduse ni gasungire amaaji.The crucifiers gave Jesus bile when he asked for water.2.1.8Internal organs

enuuni1enuunin1abomasum; part of the intestines of a ruminant next to the omasum6.3.1.1Cattle5.2.3.2.1Meat1.6.2Parts of an animal2pancreas; organ in the body that secrets the fluid that regulates the amount of sugar in the blood2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat2.1.8.2Stomach1.6.2Parts of an animal

esigosigoesigosigonkidney; one of two organs in the body that sieve dirt from body fluids and make into urineEsigosigo jahulire oti bijanjaalo.Kidneys are like beans in shape.2.1.8Internal organs

olubululusiembululusinpart of the intestine of a small ruminant that contains pelleted faeces2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat1.6.2Parts of an animal

olulaamalanintestine; pipe-like structure inside s.b. or an animal through which food is digestedNutanyaanya bulaŋi ofuna obulumi mu mala.If you don’t chew your food well, you get pain in the intestines.2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.2.1Meat1.6.2Parts of an animalohwehaada amalavIdiom. fast, go without food4.9.5.9Fasting5.2.2.9Fast, not eatolula lwenenIdiom. related person; s.b. of the same ancestry4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinshipolula oludolinIdiom. related person; s.b. of the same ancestry4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9Kinship

olwigalisienjigalisindiaphragm; internal part of a mammal separating the chest and the midriffOlwigalisi luli nʼomugaso mu huŋeera.The diaphragm is useful in breathing.2.1.8Internal organs

omudiisiemidiisinTaboo. anus; lower opening of the rectumAbaatu beyedera mu mudiisi.People release themselves through the anus.2.1.8Internal organs2.1.2Torso2.2.8Defecate, feces

omuhombyoemihombyonTaboo. anus; lower opening of the rectum2.1.8Internal organs2.1.2Torso2.2.8Defecate, feces