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ehihaleadj1old; s.t. that is not newEnjala ya Lukunguula yaliŋo mu hiseera ehyahale.The Lukunguula Famine was in the old times.Sehuluwe gafuuye hale.His grand father died a long time ago., not new8.4.6.2Past2dried, e.g. s.t. dried by smoking1.3.3.1Dry8. food

ehiŋotohireebiŋotohirenshrivelled thing; s.t. that has wilted because of a lack of water1.3.3.1Dry6.2.5.2Crop failure1.5.6Growth of plants1.5.7Plant diseases

ehitaliriebitalirin1drying platform used for crops such as sesame1.3.3.1Dry6.2.6Process harvest2plate stand; structure where plates are put5.2.1Food preparation5.6.3Wash dishes5.2.2.8Eating utensil5.2.1.5Serve food6.7.7Container5.1.1.4Cabinet3Metaphor. bed5.1.1.3Bed

ehyeyaebyeyan1desert; area where vegetation is sparse and cultivation difficult because there is insufficient waterAbaŋalabbu bagula hugula emere kuba bali mu hyeya, sibasobola hulima mere yaawe.The Arabs just buy their food because they are in a dry area where they can’t cultivate their food., grassland, desert2drought; long spell of dry weatherEhyeya hyaliho emyesi mingi hyomya ebirime.There was a long spell of dry weather that scorched the crops. ehyeyavIdiom. be malnourished2.5.2.1Malnutrition, starvation

ehyomuadj1difficult; s.t. requiring special effort, skill or planning to deal with6.1.3Difficult, impossible7.5.8Simple, complicated4.4.2.1Problem9.4.4.9Impossible2firm, hard; s.t. that is not soft8.3.6.2Hard, firm8.3.6.3Stiff, flexible8.3.6.1Strong, brittle3dried, parched; s.t. without wetnessOwomu sibuuhuganya hutema mbago ŋaasi.The dryness makes it difficult to use a hoe for digging.

emereLugandanthings that are eaten by people and animals, or used by plants so that they can live and grow5.2Foodemere ekalangenfried food; food cooked in hot oil5.2.1.1Cooking methodsemere ekalenfood dried over the fireplace1.3.3.1Dry8. foodemere epeeresenfood; food sent to s.b. foodemere etaliihaninedible food5.2.3Types of food5.2.3.4Prepared food

enangaalaenangaalandry spell during the rainy seasonOmumwi guhubbire enangaala yʼesabbiiti ebiri.It has been shining for two weeks.

endobooliendoboolindry season; period when there is no rain between November and FebruaryAmaaji gaba magosi gʼohufuna mu biseeera byʼendobooli.Water is very difficult to obtain during the dry season.

esaakyaesaakyanshort dry spell during a season of heavy rainEsaakya yino sisobola huŋotosa birime.This short dry spell is not able to wilt the crops.

hyomu wokalaadvIdiophone. very dryEngoye jomire wokala; jenda hujiŋosa kojigolole.The clothes are very dry; they need to be damped before you iron them. ofohwoma

obubalagafu2ndryness; s.t. that is not wet or dampMwa obule ehyalo ni hihiirimo obubalagafu, aye efula nʼenahagwe hinahabe hisito ohuhirima.Sow the millet while the ground is still dry, otherwise when it rains, the ground will be sticky to plough.

ohubalagalavbecome dry, esp. after having been soakedOmumwi gubalagahiise olugoye mu biseera bitotono byene.The sunshine has dried the cloth within a short time.; remove wetnss from the surface of s.t.

ohubalagasavdry; remove wetnss from the surface of s.t.Tiina ŋa muliro wumbalagahiseho esaati yange yino.Go to the fire place and dry this shirt for me. ofohubalagala

ohufumuuhavevaporate; cause a liquid to become gaseous due to heatingAmaaji ni gaserire nga gafumuuha.When the water boiled, it evaporated., liquid, gas

ohuŋalahalavhave a dry mouth without salivaSisobola humira mate kuba mu munwa muŋalahaaye.I am unable swallow saliva because my mouth is dry., salivader. ofohuŋalala

ohuŋalalavscorch; over-dry s.t.Engoye jiŋalaaye bugali, jisasaleeho amaaji kojigolole.The clothes are very dry, spray them with water before ironing them. methodsohuŋalahalavhave a dry mouth without saliva1.3.3.1Dry2.2.3Spit, salivaohuŋalasavget sunburnt5.5.4Burn2.5.3Injure1.1.1Sun

ohwaniha1vput out s.t. in the sunshine to dryHuli nʼohwaniha obule buno bwome ko hu bubunge.We have to be putting out this millet to dry before we store it. harvest8. s.t. in the sunshine and keep turning it over and over with the anxiety to have it dry very quickly1.3.3.1Dry6.2.6Process harvest8. down and bring inside clothes from drying7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere5.6.4Wash clothes7.3.3Take somewhereohweyanihavbe uncovered, exposed, out in the open; stay in a place without a cover3.2.3.1Known, unknown2.3.1.5Visible7.3.7.1Uncover3., outside

ohwanihirisavput s.t. in the sunshine and keep turning it over and over with the anxiety to have it dry very quicklyYanihirisa obunya bwahooma mangu hwaba nʼehyohulya.Keep turning over and over the freshly harvested millet so that we have s.t. to eat. harvest8. ofohwaniha1

ohwomavbecome dry; be rid of wetnessEngoye ejiwanihire jomire.The clothes you put on the drying line are dry. wokalaadvIdiophone. very dry1.3.3.1Dry9.2.8Idiophonesohwometanavbe very hard and dry1.3.3.1Dry8.3.6.2Hard, firm8.3.6.3Stiff, flexible1.1.3.8Drought8.3.6.1Strong, brittleohwomeeravdry up, of water1.3.3.1Dryohwomeesavcause s.t. to dry up, e.g., a well, during the dry season1.3.3.1Dry1.1.3.8Droughtohwomyav1cause s.t. to dry1.3.3.1Dry2Metaphor. make s.b.’s life wasted or unproductive due to a curse6.8.2.3Lose wealth4.9.4.4Curse4. standard6.

ohwometanavbe very hard and drySoosobola hulima ŋahani ehyalo ni hyometene hiti.You can’t plough when the ground is so hard and dry., firm8.3.6.3Stiff, flexible1.1.3.8Drought8.3.6.1Strong, brittleder. ofohwoma

ohwomeeravdry up, of waterErungu linomeera ngaŋo abaatu baŋambya epiira.When swamps dry up people start bush fires. ofohwoma
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