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amafutan1oil; mineral drilled from the ground and from which petrol and diesel for driving engines are distilledAmafuta gagagaŋahiise amawanga amaŋalabbu.Oil has made the Arab countries rich.6.6.2.6Working with oil and gas1.2.2.4Mineral1.2.3.2Oil5.5.6Fuel2fuel; fuel such as petrol, diesel, kerosene and motor-oilAmafuta galimo ebiha ebyʼohwadusa nʼohunyiiyira.There is a type of oil for burning,and another one for cooking.Juha amafuta gʼetaala hukwi omuliro gunaduhe mangu.Pour paraffin on firewood and the fire will light quickly.5.5.6Fuel3fat, cooking fat; tallowEbisolo ebiŋwamo amafuta biri: eŋombe, embusi nʼetaama.The animals that provide fats are: cows, goats and sheep.6.3.7Animal products1.2.3.2Oil5.2.3.3.5Cooking oil4ghee, cow butter; one of the by-products of milkOmuzigo gwʼeŋombe guŋunyisa bulaŋi emere.Ghee from the cows makes food smell nicely.5.2.3.3Cooking ingredients5.2.3.3.5Cooking oil5.2.3.2.2Milk products5body cream5.4.5Anoint the body5.4.2Cosmetics6chrism, sacramental oil; fluid poured on s.b. when anointingOmuutu nʼabatisiwa bamuŋaha omuzigo.A person is anointed with chrism.4.9.5.8Dedicate to religious use1.2.3.2Oil

amagabanianclotted floating fat in soupAmagania onagabitirisa ohugalya gahulwasa amagejo.If you eat much fatty soup you can suffer from obesity.6.3.7Animal products1.2.3.2Oil5.2.3.4Prepared food

amalasirenanimal blood; blood esp. from a slaughtered domestic animal that is cooked and eaten6.3.7Animal products5.2.3.2Food from animals2.2.5Bleed, blood

amanaawanfat from meat that floats on hot soupAliiye enyama galeha amanaawa mumunwa.He has eaten meat and left some grease on his mouth.6.3.7Animal products1.2.3.2Oil5.2.3.4Prepared food

egodeamagodenskin or hide of an animal whose hairs have been removed, usually in preparation for it to be boiled as sauce6.3.7Animal products6.6.4.3Working with leather2.1.4Skin

ehinuuloebinuulon1meat from the hoof of an animal6.3.7Animal products5.2.3.2Food from animals6.3.1.1Cattle5.2.3.2.1Meat2hoof; lowest part of a leg of a cow, goat, sheep, pig etc.2.1.3.2Leg1.6.2Parts of an animal

ehyanjoebyanjon1skin; part that covers an animal’s bodyEsolo ejʼomumaaji sijitera hubaho mooya hu byanjo byajo.Aquatic animals hardly have hair on their skins.2.1.7Flesh2.1.4Skin1.6.2Parts of an animal2animal hide; part that covered the body of any animal that has been removed and processedEbyanjo baholaamo engaato.Shoes are made from animal hides.6.3.7Animal products6.6.4.3Working with leather2.1.4Skin3garment made from animal skin for a clan spirit medium5.3.5Clothes for special people

eminohiomunohinmeat; soft parts of animal muscle that are eaten6.3.7Animal products5.2.3.2Food from animals6.3.1.1Cattle5.2.3.2.1Meat

etumbavar.etumbatumbaamatumban1hunchback; round raised part that is found on the back of a cow or a bull or sometimes on the back of people2.5.4.5Birth defect2.5.6.3Swell8.3.1.6.2Convex2.5.2Disease1.6.2Parts of an animal2meat; piece of meat cut from the hump of a cow6.3.7Animal products5.2.3.2Food from animals6.3.1.1Cattle5.2.3.2.1Meat3hump, bulge; round raised part on a level place or thing, e.g., those put across paths or roads to curb soil erosion or reduce speed2.5.6.3Swell8.3.1.6.2Convex4wave; series of raised lines of water that move across the surface of an area of water esp. the sea1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.4Wave1.3.2.5Calm, rough

nadaaŋanadaaŋan1meat scraped from a fresh skin before it is cured6.3.7Animal products5.2.3.2Food from animals6.3.1.1Cattle5.2.3.2.1Meat6.6.4.3Working with leather2present, gift; small portion of what has been done that is given as a presentNamuyedire nasa omutyere nga gapaho ekiro ndala eya nadaaŋa.I assisted him when milling his rice and he gave me 1 kg of it as a present.6.8.3.1Give, donate

oluligiendiginmeat portion that is part of the sternum bone6.3.7Animal products5.2.3.2Food from animals6.3.1.1Cattle5.2.3.2.1Meat