amafugiblood; red liquid that is sent around the body of a vertebrate by the heart that carries nutrients and oxygen to the tissues and removes wastes and carbon dioxide from themAmafugi gaŋamba ganafuŋiwaho epuuji.Blood clots when exposed to the wind.Amafugi goosi gaba mu byomuhida byʼesolo.Blood is also found in the internal organs of animals.2.2.5Bleed, bloodohugeesya amafugicirculate; take blood to all parts of the body22.214.171.124Heartohunywerana amafugiIdiom. make a blood friendship4.1.1Friend
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ehibbubbuebibbubbu1class of people126.96.36.199Social class8.3.5Type, kind188.8.131.52Group of things2people who have come together to form a group4.2.1Come together, form a group3many people that are together to one type of job6.9.1Management4.1Relationships4.9.7Religious organization184.108.40.206Cooperate with220.127.116.11Working relationship4.6.3Government organization4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationship9.6Connected with, related 18.104.22.168Organization4.1.4Neighbor22.214.171.124.1Join an organization6.9Business organization4co-operative union126.96.36.199Association6.9.2Work for someone188.8.131.52Organization4.2.1Come together, form a groupehibbubbu ehisinga obuhululargest group184.108.40.206Most, least8.2Bigehibbubbu ehisinga obutonosmallest group220.127.116.11Few, little8.2.1Smallehibbubbu ehisoolitroop; group of fighting men in the army18.104.22.168Move together22.214.171.124.1Armyehibbubbu hyʼesologroup of animals together1.6.6Animal group
ohulyaeat; put food in the mouth, chew it and swallowOlya kowabaŋo mulamu.You eat to be alive.5.2.2Eat126.96.36.199Animal eatingebimera ebyʼohulyaplants that are used as food188.8.131.52Food from plantsohuliiwabe eaten5.2.2Eatohulya muswa ndalaIdiom. be close friends4.1.1Friend184.108.40.206Girlfriend, boyfriendohulyamo omwesinduIdiom. betray220.127.116.11Betrayohumuliisafeed5.2.2Eat6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.3Animal husbandry18.104.22.168.1Care for a babyohutalyafast, not eat; go without food22.214.171.124Fasting126.96.36.199Fast, not eat
ohuŋaya1converse, talk, discuss, chat; share conversationWeebale huŋaya nʼabageni.188.8.131.52Talk about a subject184.108.40.206Speak with others2have a good relationship with s.b.4.1Relationships220.127.116.11Working relationship4.1.1Friendohuŋaya oluŋayotell, narrate a story3.5.4Story18.104.22.168Verbal tradition22.214.171.124Fable, mythohuŋayamointeract with126.96.36.199.9Be about, subject4.1Relationships188.8.131.52Working relationship4.3Behaviorohuŋayirareport, narrate; tell a story or give an account to s.b.3.5.4Story184.108.40.206Verbal tradition220.127.116.11Report18.104.22.168Fable, myth22.214.171.124News, messageohuŋayirisafalsely accuse s.b.126.96.36.199.1Blame188.8.131.52Accuse, confront
ohusyana1be on friendly terms; be in accord184.108.40.206.3Compatible4.1.1Friend220.127.116.11Covenant4.1.5Unity18.104.22.168Agree with someone2be fond of4.1.1Friend22.214.171.124Like, love4.3.3Love3come to a mutual understanding; reconcile, be friendly again126.96.36.199Reconcile188.8.131.52Atone, restitution4.1.5Unity184.108.40.206Make peace4.3.8Change behavior220.127.116.11Appease18.104.22.168Agree with someone