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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

ehiholoŋiebiholoŋinwhistling; sound that comes out when s.b. blows into tightly cupped hands. Moving one hand produces different notesEhiholoŋi njamalala hu majanjasi aga muutu ahola natatambihise ehivuga ehibbote.Sound made by blowing in tightly cupped hands is one of the musical sounds made without using instruments.4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsohuhubba ehiholoŋivwhistle; pucker the lips and blow in a hollow made with folded hands4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of sounds

ehisininiebisininingum; flesh that covers the bones from which the teeth growOwa mabbongo alumira bisinini.A toothless person bites with the gum.5.4.4Care for the teeth2.1.1.4Mouth

ohufuuŋa omuluusivwhistle; make sound by blowing air past puckered lips4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsder. ofomuluusi

ohugerenjusania omunwavtwitch the mouthGaberereeye arengesana omunwa olwʼesuulu ohumusiiŋa olwa seseeba.He kept twitching the mouth due to the itching nose when he had a cold.7.2.1.2Move quickly3.5.6.3Facial expression7.1.9Move a part of the body2.1.1.4Mouthder. ofohugerenjusana

ohuhaatavclick the tongue to show disgustAhaatire abamulimiiye obubi omuga.He clicked his tongue at those who did shoddy work in his field.4.5.5.2Lack respect2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsohuhatirisavmake a series of tongue clicks to sooth an animal, e.g., a cow6.4.6Things done to animals2.3.2.3Types of sounds

ohuhombavlick; draw the tongue over s.t.Eŋombe yihomba enyana ni yahasaalanga.A cow licks its young immediately after delivery.5.2.2Eat2.3.3Taste2.1.1.4Mouthohuhombahovfind out the taste of s.t. by licking5.2.2.4Manner of eating2.3.3Tasteohwehombavlick your lips or fingers when eating; get food from around the mouth using the tongue5.2.2Eat2.3.3Taste2.1.1.4Mouth

ohuhubba ehiholoŋivwhistle; pucker the lips and blow in a hollow made with folded hands4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsder. ofehiholoŋi

ohuhubba omuluusivwhistle; make musical sounds using stored air in the mouth that is passed through puckered lips4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsder. ofomuluusi

ohuniaŋavlick thoroughly and fondlyAli mu huniaŋa omwiho kuba eryani balirungire bulaŋi.She is fondly licking the stirring stick because the sauce was well prepared.5.2.2Eat2.3.3Taste2.1.1.4Mouthohweniaŋavlick your lips or fingers when eating; get food from around the mouth using the tongue5.2.2Eat2.3.3Taste2.1.1.4Mouth

ohusiniolavmake a bilabial clicking sound by folding the lower lip and passing air between it and the teeth to show contempt and dislike4.5.5.2Lack respect2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsohwesiniolav1sniff as a sign of disgust3.5.6.3Facial expression3.4.2.1.3Disgusted3.5.6.1Gesture2.2.1Breathe, breath2make a tongue click as a sign of disgust4.8.4.1Rebuke4.5.5.2Lack respect2.3.2.3Types of sounds

ohwasamav1open wide, e.g., open the mouth widely so that all the teeth can be seenYaasama mbone egigo erihuluma.Open your mouth wide so that I see the molar aching you.Gaseeme naabona etemu nʼemira ehere.He gaped at a snake when it was swallowing a frog.Otaasamirira esoŋera jija huhugwa mu munwa.Don’t gape so much or flies will settle in your mouth.5.2.2.4Manner of eating3.5.6.3Facial expression7.3.6Open2.1.1.4Mouth2gossipOtanjasamiriraho.Don’t gossip about me.3.5.1.8.4Gossip3.5.1.8.2Insult3.5.1.8Criticizehave a constantly open mouthohwasamyavcause to open7.3.6Open

ohwehombavlick your lips or fingers when eating; get food from around the mouth using the tongue5.2.2Eat2.3.3Taste2.1.1.4Mouthder. ofohuhomba

ohweniaŋavlick your lips or fingers when eating; get food from around the mouth using the tongue5.2.2Eat2.3.3Taste2.1.1.4Mouthder. ofohuniaŋa

olulimi1endimin1tongue; soft part of the body in the mouth that is used in speech and for turning food when chewing3.5.3Language2.1.1.4Mouth2language; organised system of speech for communicationOlulimi olulatini luŋumaaho gwanga eriruloma.Latin is a language that has no tribe using it.3.5.3Language

omuluusinwhistle; sound made by men by passing air between shaped lips to communicate with each otherAbahasi sibehirisiwa huhubba muluusi.Women are not allowed to whistle.4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsohufuuŋa omuluusivwhistle; make sound by blowing air past puckered lips4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsohuhubba omuluusivwhistle; make musical sounds using stored air in the mouth that is passed through puckered lips4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of sounds

omunwa1eminwanmouth, beak; part through which food is passed when eating1.6.2.1Parts of a bird2.1.1.4Mouth1.6.2Parts of an animalesuulu nʼomunwanIdiom. very short distance9.3.1.2To a small degree8.2.2.1Short, not long8.2.1Small