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amadosinmud; soil softened by waterMu mugaduho amadosi gaba mangi.There is a lot of mud after rainfall.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.5.3Building materials

efuuheefuuhendust; powdery dirt that is blown and sticks on surfacesEbiitu byosibyosi biriho efuuhe kuba enyumba ebaye sitambisiwa.There is dust on all things because the house has been in disuse.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt

ekungu2ndust; very tiny pieces of dry soil or sand or any other substance that is blown aboutEbitabo biriho ekungu nyingi kuba biŋirire ebbanga ni bitasomewa.There is a lot of dust settled on books because it is a long time since they were read.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt

enjehensand; grains of soil crushed from stonesOmujehe ogwo mu lwabi njʼomulaŋi gwʼohutongolera.River sand is good for building construction.1.3.1.1Ocean, lake1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.6.2.8Working with bricks6.6.2Working with minerals6.5.3Building materials

eŋuupuamaŋuupundry lump of soilAbahasi bʼebida abandi abaŋuma biriisa mu mubiri balya eroba lyamaŋuupu.Some pregnant women lacking some chemicals eat the dry lumps of soil.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt

eroban1soil; top part of the earth where cultivation is done and where plants growEroba lyo mwirungu litera ohuba egimu.Swamp soil is usually fertile.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt2plot; person’s piece of land as his property6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1Landeroba egimunsoil is fertile when it yields good crops1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.2.2.3Fertilize a field6.2.3Plant a fielderoba epangisenleased land; land that is not owned by s.b. but hired for cultivation6.8.4.6Hire, rent6.5.1.3Land, propertyeroba eryʼehipaapinclayey soil with very fine particles1.2.2.1Soil, dirteroba esambenkneaded mud for making bricks1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.5.3Building materialsohufundya ebyohugimuhisa erobavcompost soil; make vegetation rot for manure6.2.2.3Fertilize a field

eroba egimunsoil is fertile when it yields good cropsEroba lyo mwirungu ritera ohuba egimu.The clayey soil is often good for ceramics.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.2.2.3Fertilize a field6.2.3Plant a fieldder. oferoba

eroba eryʼehipaapinclayey soil with very fine particlesEroba lyʼehipaapi litera ohuba eraŋi lyʼolubumbwa.1.2.2.1Soil, dirtder. oferoba

eroba esambenkneaded mud for making bricksEroba eriŋenyuhire enaku edatu njʼeriŋwamo amatofaali amagumu.Kneaded soil that lasts three days makes strong bricks.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.5.3Building materialsder. oferoba

erongo2nred and rich clayey soil1.2.2.1Soil, dirt

eryʼehigugonsalty clayey anthill soil that is often liked by cattleEroba lyohu hiiri hyʼehigugo siraŋi lyʼohubumbamo etamu.The soil from the salty anthill is not good for making pots.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt5.2.3.3.2Salt

mukokamukokanerosion of the soil by running waterMukoka gaholire amaloŋo mu meha gʼolusosi.The soil erosion made gullies down the hill slope.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt1.3.2Movement of water

obubaaleahabaalengravel; small stones mixed with sand for scraping cooking pans6.6.2.7Working with stone1.2.2.2Rock1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.5.4.1Road

ohufungulyavdeposit soil; throw dirt out of a hole by a mole ratEfuho efungulisye mu hibboni.The mole rat has made mounds in the potato field.(with the earth it threw out when digging its path).1.2.2.1Soil, dirt1.6.4Animal actions

olutaaŋoetaaŋonlarge area of rocky ground that is covered by a thin layer of soilEbisaala sibihula hu lutaaŋo kubanga hubaaaho eroba etotono.Trees don’t grow on thinly covered rocks because there is very little soil.1.2.2.2Rock1.2.2.1Soil, dirt1.2.1.3Plain, plateau