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ahaŋuliirisaobuŋuliirisanhearing aid; device for assisting with hearing2.5.4.3Deaf2.3.2Hear

epuliriroepuliriron1ear; organ on the head that is used for hearingEpuliriro jinafa ngʼofuuha namegale.When the ears get damaged, you become dumb.2.1.1.2Ear2manufactured hearing aidGambala epuliriro kuba amatwi gage sigaŋulira bulaŋi.He wears hearing aids because his ears are impaired.2.5.4.3Deaf2.3.2Hear

ohududulavblare; make unpleasant loud noiseEtuleeni yanduduliye mu matwi ni yimbitaho.The train made irritating noise when passing by me.2.3.2.4Loud2.3.2.3Types of soundsohududulyavhear s.t. again8.4.6.6.1Again2.3.2Hear

ohududulyavhear s.t. againHwaberereye huŋulira ohududulya hwʼohuhumba hwʼabasirikale.We continued hearing the reverberation of the soldiers’ marching.8.4.6.6.1Again2.3.2Hearder. ofohududula

ohuŋulirav1hear; perceive s.t. using earsOhuŋulira ehide ni hifuga.To hear the ringing of the bell.2.3.2Hear2hear a case4.7.6Judge, render a verdict3feel; experience in the body or the mind, e.g., feel pain or feel bad emotionallyOhuŋulira bulaŋi.Feel no pain.Ohuŋulira bubi mugati mula.Feel bad in mind.2.3.5Sense of touch3.4EmotionohuŋulirisavIdiom. listen2.3.2.1Listenohuŋulirisaniavbe in agreement with4.8.4.4Negotiate4.1.5Unity3.2.5.4Agree with someoneohutaŋuliravdisobey; not hear or heed advice given4.5.4.2Disobey3.4.1.4.5Indifferent4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

ohuŋulugutav1clean the ears, esp. to get rid of waxMu hutwi baŋulugutiramo lwoya.Cleaning the ear (to remove the wax) is done using a feather.2.1.1.2Ear5.6Cleaning2Metaphor. cause s.b. to hearWange pulugute mu hutwi nahatega byosibyosi.Please, open my ear so that I “trap” (hear) everything.2.1.1.2Ear2.3.2Hear