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ahasosi1obusosinsmall hillMu bunyole paamo sosi ekulu; mulimo busosi bwereere.In Bunyole there are no mountains; there are only small hills.1.2.1.1Mountain

ameehondownhill side of a mountainHigosi ohufuga egaali eŋumaho bbulegi mu meeho.It is difficult to ride a brakeless down the hill.1.2.1.1Mountain8.3.1.4.2Leaning, sloping8.2.6.4Low8.5.2.5Down

ehibanda1ebibandan1hill, hillock, mound; slightly raised part in a flat areaMusosi ehitundu ehisembayo obupi njʼehibanda.In a range of mountains, the lowest part is a hillock.1.2.1.1Mountain2personal plot of land given to a grown-up son to establish a homeNigafumbiiye nga semwana amuŋa ehibanda ehihye ohwetongola.When he married, his father gave him a plot to establish a home.6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1Land

ehigingiebiginginhump; small bump in the ground, esp. the one put across the road to vehicle reduce speed1.2.1.1Mountain6.5.4.1Road6.6.7.3Controlling water

ehiŋigiebiŋinginhump; raised spot on which people could accidentally stumble1.2.1.1Mountain6.5.4.1Road6.6.7.3Controlling water

ehititiryoebititiryonhump put across a path to check soil erosion1.2.1.1Mountain6.5.4.1Road6.6.7.3Controlling water

emeenamovar.ehiinamoameenamonslope of a mountainAmeenamo nuja mu Namunasa gali nʼomwombe oguŋesa kiromita ebiri.The slope as you go to Namunasa ends in a valley 2 km wide.Ameenamo ga Wanale metengereri bugali.The slopes of Wanale Hill are very steep.1.2.1.1Mountain8.3.1.4.2Leaning, sloping

engerehaengereha1nridge, prominence, hill or mountain opposite where you are1.2.1.1Mountain8.2.6.3High2advover there, beyond; across a mass of water, sea, lake or a riverEngereha, (hwigobo lira), eriyo amaŋwa mangi naye eno eŋuma.Across over there, (on the other shore), there are many thorn trees but here there are none.Engereha olusosi lwayo lusinga olweno.The hill opposite ours is higher than this one on this side.Engereha omumwi gwaduha ne ŋano bbe.On the other side the sun is shining, but here it is not.8.5.1.6Across7.2.3.5Move past, over, through

hu lusosiadvat the peak; at the mountain topOmuzira gutera ohuba hu lusosi oluleeŋi.Often there is snow on a high mountain.1.2.1.1Mountain8.6.2Top8.2.6.3High1.2.1.2Volcano

olugingienginginridge; hill1.2.1.1Mountain

olusosiesosinmountain; conspicuously elevated steep part of the earth’s surfaceOlusosi Kilimanjaro olwʼefuuti 19327 njʼolusinga obuleeŋi mu Afirika.Mt. Kilimanjaro with a height of 19327 feet is the highest mountain in Africa.1.2.1.1Mountain1.2.1.2Volcanoolusosi olweduumirenhigh mountain1.2.1.1Mountain1.2.1.2Volcano

olusosi olweduumireesosi ejeduumirenhigh mountainOlusosi lwa Kilimanjalo njʼolweduumire ohuhira ejahye mu Afirika.Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa.1.2.1.1Mountain1.2.1.2Volcanoder. ofolusosi

volukanovolukanoEnglishnvolcano; mountain that ejects fireOlusosi lwʼElgon lwahasanga omuliro ne leero lwaleheeye aŋo.Mount Elgon used to be an active volcano, but now it is extinct.1.2.1.1Mountain1.2.1.2Volcano