amafuta1oil; 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.18.104.22.168Working with oil and gas22.214.171.124Mineral126.96.36.199Oil5.5.6Fuel2fuel; 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 products188.8.131.52Oil184.108.40.206.5Cooking oil4ghee, cow butter; one of the by-products of milkOmuzigo gwʼeŋombe guŋunyisa bulaŋi emere.Ghee from the cows makes food smell nicely.220.127.116.11Cooking ingredients18.104.22.168.5Cooking oil22.214.171.124.2Milk 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.126.96.36.199Dedicate to religious use188.8.131.52Oil
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ehinzaaliebinzaali1turmeric; plant whose rhizome is crushed into powder that is used in flavouring food and saucesp. Curcuma longa fam. Zingiberaceae184.108.40.206Cooking ingredients220.127.116.11.5Food from roots18.104.22.168.3Spice2curry powder; fine yellow powder with a sweet smell that is used in flavouring food22.214.171.124Cooking ingredients126.96.36.199.5Food from roots188.8.131.52.3Spice
ehitunguluebitunguluonion; round white or red vegetable that is made of several layers surrounding each other that is put in food for its nice smell and flavoursp. Allium cepa fam. Amaryllidaceae or Liliaceae or sp. Aframomum melegueta fam. Zingiberaceae184.108.40.206Cooking ingredients220.127.116.11.5Food from roots18.104.22.168.3Spice1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
omuhereheemihereheliquid with salt dissolved in it, obtained by filtering a powdery stuff like ashEgohe lyʼamasati lirimo omuherehe omulaŋi.The filtrate from the papyri ash makes a good salt solution.22.214.171.124Cooking ingredients126.96.36.199Steps in food preparation188.8.131.52.2Salt184.108.40.206Prepared food220.127.116.11Liquid