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

ebaatiamabaatincorrugated iron sheet for roofingEnyumba yʼebaati sidembya husimbanga buli hiseera.The iron roof house does not need mending the roof quite often. with metal6.5.3Building materials6.5.2.2Roof

ebitambisiwa mu huluha olusotoehitambsiwa mu huluha olusotonthatch roof materials; items needed when making a thatch roof6.2.5.4Plant product6.5.3Building materials6.5.2.2Roofder. ofolusoto

ebyʼohutongolaehyʼohutongolanbuilding materials; things concerning the construction of houses6.5.3Building materials6.5Working with buildings

ehibanda2ebibandan1factory; building in which things are manufacturedEhibanda hyʼeNalukolongo hitusa amagaali cikumi buli mwesi.The factory at Nalukolongo makes a hundred bicycles per month.6.5.1Building6.9Business organization2shed where the making of bricks is carried out6.6.2.7Working with stone6.6.2.8Working with bricks6.6.2.4Working with clay6.5.3Building materials6.5Working with buildings

ehihunjoebihunjonroof capping; bundle of grass fixed at the apex of a house roof to make that part watertight6.5.3Building materials6.5Working with buildings6.5.2.2Roof

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

eroban1soil; top part of the earth where cultivation is done and where plants growEroba lyo mwirungu litera ohuba egimu.Swamp soil is usually fertile., 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 esambenkneaded mud for making bricksEroba eriŋenyuhire enaku edatu njʼeriŋwamo amatofaali amagumu.Kneaded soil that lasts three days makes strong bricks., dirt6.5.3Building materialsder. oferoba

esiiroesiironpillar, pole, post; big strong pole put in the middle of the house to support the roof6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.3Building materials7.3.4.6Support6.5.2.2Roof

etegulaobutegulaGermannroofing tile; one of the flat clay moulded structure that is baked and used to cover the roof6.6.2.4Working with clay6.5.3Building materials6.5.2.2Roof

ohumaalavplaster, smear with mudMumwesi ogwomunaana niija humaala enju yange epyaha.In August I shall smear my new house with mud.6.5.3Building materials7.3.7.3Spread, smear6.5Working with buildings

olubaawoembaawon1board, plank; piece of wood prepared to be used in building or carpentry6.6.3.2Wood6.6.3.1Lumbering6.2.5.4Plant product6.5.3Building materials6.6.3Working with wood2desk; table-like structure where students sit in the classroom5.1.1.1Table3blackboard; structure constructed from wood and painted black on which writing is done with chalk when teaching3.6.2School3.5.7Reading and writing

olubembeebembenspear grass; plant growing to 1.5 m, that looks like thorns at its germinating stage and that is used for thatching houses and granariesEbembe litambisiwa mu husimba enju nʼohujunga omubisi.The spear grass is used for thatching houses and when squeezing ripe bananas for juice.sp. Imperata cylindrica fam. Andropogoneae6.5.3Building materials1.5.3Grass, herb, vine

olusotoesotonroof; structure above the wall6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.2.2Roofebitambisiwa mu huluha olusotonthatch roof materials; items needed when making a thatch roof6.2.5.4Plant product6.5.3Building materials6.5.2.2Roof

omudihiemidihinThemeda; grass of the elephant grass family that grows up to 1 m and that is use for thatching housesOmudihi gwosi gutambiswa mu humuliha eswa.The Themeda grass is also used in torching the white ants.sp. Themeda triandra6.5.3Building materials1.5.3Grass, herb, vine

omutandasiabatandasincement worker; plasterer, esp. one working on floors6.5.3Building materials7.3.7.3Spread, smear6.5Working with buildings
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