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ahatengamaobutengamanshort period of timeGahaŋira ahateŋama ha sabbiti ebiri nʼatajaho eno.He has taken a period of two weeks without passing this way.8.4.1Period of time8.4Time8.4.2.1A short time8.4.7.3Interval

ahatikitikiobutikitikiEnglishnsecond; short unit of time that is equivalent to one sixtieth of a minute8.4.4Telling time8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1Period of time8.4Time

dakiikadakiikanminute; one of the sixty parts into which an hour is divided, or sixty seconds8.4.4Telling time8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1Period of time8.4Time

ehibiinaebibiinan1school class3.6.2School3.6.4Class, lesson2year of studyAsoma muhibiina ehyo hudatu.He studies in Primary III (He is in year three).8.4.1Period of time3.6.2School3.6.4Class, lesson8.4.1.6Year3classroom; room in which children learn3.6.2School6.5.2.7Room3.6.4Class, lessonehibiina hyʼobuŋuginpolitical party4.6.6.5Politics

ehimangaebimangan1period; length of timeHunaŋireho ehimanga ko hwahena ebigezo.We shall take time before we end the examination.Himanga hi?What time is it?8.4.1Period of time8.4Time8.4.7.3Interval2distance between two placesŋaliŋo ehimanga ohuŋwa e Guwugu ohwola e Napedesi.It is distant from Napedesi to Guwugu.8.2.6Distance8.2.6.1Far3space; place8.5.4.4Interval, space8.5Location8.2.5Big area9.5.1.6Spatial location of an event9.1.3.2Situation8.5.3Be at a place8.5.4Area8.5.4.1Vicinity8.5.4.3Space, room

ehiriehirinliminal period between the delivery of twins and the resumption of normal conjugal lifeHyamusiso ohwegaata nʼowahyo ni muhiiri mwihiri.It is taboo to sleep together with your spouse during the liminal period.8.4.1Period of time2.6.3Birth2.6.2Sexual relations

eŋaanyiroamaŋanyironseason for sowing millet or cow peas8.4.1.5Season8.4.1Period of time

erimaamaliman1year; period of twelve monthsŋahabita amalima ane kasokanga omuhasi wuwe amunobe.Four years have passed since his wife left him.8.4.1Period of time8.4.1.6Year2season; period of the year characterised by particular weather conditions and cropsAmalima amahulu gali endobooli ko nʼomunaane.The main seasons are the dry season and the wet season.8.4.1.5Season8.4.1Period of time

esaawaesaawan1watch, clock; device worn at the wrist or hung on a wall for showing time8.4.4Telling time8.4.4.2Clock, watch2period; length of time8.4.1Period of time8.4Time8.4.7.3Interval3hour; span of sixty minutes8.4.4Telling time8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1Period of time8.4Time4ebiseera mu lunakuEsaawa jinga?What is the time?8.4.4Telling time8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1Period of time8.4Timeesaawa nitulaadvsunrise; time when the sun first appears in the east8.4.1.2.3Time of the day1.1.1Sun

esaawa yʼohungalonwrist watch8.4.4Telling time8.4.4.2Clock, watchesaawa yosiyoosiadvIdiom. anytime8.4Time8.4.3Indefinite time8.1.5.1Some9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns

eteeŋamaeteeŋamanperiod; space of time between two events taking placeObule buhena eteeŋama yʼemyesi ene ohuŋwa hu hu bumwa paka hwʼegesa.Millet takes a period of four months from sewing to getting mature.8.4.1Period of time8.4Time3.5.4.5History8.4.7.3Interval

ohuwangaalavpersist, endure; last for a long time, e.g., live for many years4.4.3.6Endure2.6Life8.4.2.2A long time5.9Live, stayehiwangaazins.t. long-lasting; situation or a being that lasts eternally8.4.2.3Foreverobuwangaazinlifespan8.4.1Period of time2.6Lifeohutawangaalavhave a short life span9.3.1.2To a small degree8.4.1Period of time8.4.2.1A short time

oluberereraemberereranaeon; immeasurably long period of timeHiwumbe aliŋo wa lubererera.God exists for an immeasurable time.8.4.1Period of time

omulembeemiremben1generation; period of time it takes for human beings to become adults and have their own children2.6.4Stage of life8.4.6.5Age2.6.4.8Peer group2eraAbaatu bʼommulembe guno balaŋi.The people of this era are good.8.4.1Period of time8.4.1.7Era3.5.4.5Historyehyaŋooye hu mulembens.t. unfashionable, old fashioned8.4.6.5.6Old fashionedemirembe nʼemirembeneternity; period lasting forever and ever8.4.2.3Forever

omwesi1emyesin1month; one of the twelve divisions of time making a yearOmwesi gwa Namboŋa gutera huba gwa ndobooli.December is often a dry month.8.4.1Period of time8.4.1.4Month2moon; the brightest light at nightObubalire bwʼomwesi sigusobola hwohya hiitu.The moonlight is not able to scorch anything.1.1.1.1Moon3menstrual period; monthly flow of blood from a mature woman’s uterus up to the time when she stops being able to produce children2.1.8.4Female organsohulwala omwesivMetaphor. menstruate, have the monthly period2.1.8.4Female organsomwesi ni gwaya ekoolanquarter moon; when the moon is the one about to become a full moon1.1.1.1Moonomwesi ohuba hwibaalenfull moon; period of time when the moon is full1.1.1.1Moonomwesi ohubaluhannew moon; when the moon starts appearing1.1.1.1Moonomwesi ohugwanmoon set; when the moon disappears on the horizon in the west1.1.1.1Moon

omwigoemigonseasonAbaana ababasaala mumigo gwa famba babalanga baati Nafamba.Children born in the cotton season are called Nafamba.8.4.1.5Season8.4.1Period of time