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etondoamatondondrop of a liquidBamulomire ohutonyanga etondo hyʼeralarala hu moni buli lunaku.He was instructed to put one drop of medicine in his eye. something7.

jogiryojogiryondeliberate fall due to grief or bereavementOmuseere gaguuye jogiryo ni gaali nʼalira semwana agafuuye.The boy fell down when she was mourning her dead father. jogiryovfall down repeatedly7.

ohubbomohavsink below the surface of a flat areaOhugulu hwabbomohire mwiroŋo lyʼefuho.The foot sank into a hole of a mole rat. down7. in water

ohufuulav1change s.t. so that it becomes different or alters stateObumeri bufuula omubisi gwaba mwenge.The yeast makes juice turn into beer.Omwenge gufuula omuutu gaba mumeesi.Beer changes s.b. into a drunkard.Ehiitu ehijijuha onahijuhamo amaaji ohifuula hyaba hiyenge.By pouring water into some other liquid you change it into a solution., change state9.1.2.6Change something7.3Move something7.3.2Move something in a direction2dye; add colour to s.t. to change its colourAfuuye esaasa jʼomukeeka gugwe.He has dyed the palm leaves for weaving his mat. hair6.6.5.1Draw, paint7.3.7.3Spread, smear8. color3turn s.t. so that it is upside down or inside outGambaaye esaati efuule.He wore the shirt turned inside out. somethingohwefuula3v1overturn7.3.5Turn something7. a somersault; move or a jump in a rolling way, either forwards or backwards7.3.5Turn something7.

ohugendav1walk; move from one place to another using the feetOnagende waja ese eyindi.You will walk [and come] to where i am. from one place to another7.2.4Travel7.2.4.1Travel by landohugenda himbeejavwalk gracefully7.2.1.4Graceful7.2.1.1Walkohugenda luhiriijivstumble; walk in a way that is not controlled7., slide7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty7. nugaliitavwalk in a clumsy manner7.2.1.1Walk7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty7. nuhubba epindovwalk noisily with thuds7.2.1.7Move noisily7.2.1.1Walkohugendera amaguluvtravel on foot7.2.1.1Walk7.2.4Travel7.2.4.1Travel by landohugendera mundegevtravel by air7.2.4.4Travel in space7.2.4Travel7.2.4.3Fly

ohugenguhavfall; tumbleOnanywa omwenge omungi ogenguha hyʼekamiro.If you drink a lot of beer you fall like a milking pail. over7., topple, demolish, overturn, tip over s.t. over7.9.2Tear down7.8.1Break7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage

ohugobbohavstagger; walk while swaying from side to side, e.g., when drunk7., slide7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty7.

ohugwamov1ohwihamo7.2.2.5Move down7. a crop before it is completely ready due to famine6.2.5Harvestder. ofohugwa

ohugwaŋovfall at a place7. ofohugwa

ohugwisav1knock down; cause to fall7.3.1.4Knock over7., arrive at the end of s.t., finish7. ofohugwa

ohuhoonyavknock; hit s.t. quickly and forcefully, sometimes making it fallOmukondo gamuhoonyire gagwa ngʼamubugulaho esaŋu.The robber knocked her down and got a bag from her.7.7Physical impact7.7.1Hitohuba nibyehoonyenehovbe in contact; be physically touching s.t. or s.b., contactohuhoonyahovknock at; hit at or on s.t., e.g., when knocking on a door6.5.2.4Door2.3.2.3Types of soundsohuhoonyanavcollide; knock together7.7Physical impact7.7.1Hitohuhoonyanahovtouch each other8.5.1.5Touching, contact7.3.4.1Touchohwehoonyavstumble and hit yourself against s.t., slide7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty7. touching; come into contact with s.t., contact

ohuhubbiraŋovcause s.t. to fallMusisi gahubbiyeŋo amayumba.The earthquake made the houses fall. over7. ofohuhubba

ohukukumuhavshake loose and fall down; many things becoming disengaged and falling down, e.g., fruit, leaves, even life itselfEmiyembe jikukumuha ni jiŋwa humasaala.Mangoes are falling down from the tree.Abaana bange baŋooye ohukukumuha bosibosi.All my children have dropped away [died]. over7.9.2Tear down8.1.4.3Decrease9.3.1.4To a smaller degree7. s.t. back and forthohukukumusavcause s.t. to shed, e.g., fruit from a tree by shaking branches or due to drought7.2.2.5Move down7.3.2.5Lower something7. amahoolavshed leaves1.5.6Growth of plants
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