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amagala2egalangrain; heads of millet or sorghum before threshing to remove the grainsObule bwʼe Teso bubaaho amagala mabbala.Millet from Teso bears thick heads.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.1Growing grain6.2.6.3Thresh6.2.6.4Store the harvest

ehiduumavar.duumaebiduuman1maize; crop that grows to a height of 3m, that has cobs where grains grow. Flour for meals is milled from these grainsEbyoma ni bihiiri huuja duuma baŋuulanga huŋuula.Before the introduction of the hammer mills maize grains were just pounded.sp. Zea mays fam. Poaceae5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.1.3Growing maize2maize cob5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.1.3Growing maize1.5.5Parts of a plant3maize grain5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.1.3Growing maize6.2.6.3Thresh6.2.6.2Mill grain

engoolo2engoolon1thresher; flail for millet or for ramming the floor of a newly made houseEngoolo yanguŋia ohuhubba obule ohusinga ohuŋuula.Threshing millet with a flail is faster than pounding it in a mortar.6.2.8Agricultural tool6.2.6.3Thresh6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance5.2.1.2.2Pound in mortar and pestle2club; shaped stick with a thick butt used in fighting6.7.2Pounding tool4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot

ohubulunguhavcrumble; cause s.t. to break into small pieces7.8.1Breakohubulungulav1destroy, damage, smash, disintegrate s.t. by crumbling it7.9.2Tear down7.8.1Break4.3.4.6.1Spoil8.3.7.8Decay8.3.7.8.1Rust7.5.2.4Remove, take apart7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out2thresh maize so that seeds are removed from the cobs6.2.6.3Thresh6.2.6Process harvest

ohuhubbagavthresh; remove grain seeds from chaff or husks by hitting6.2.6.3Threshder. ofohuhubba

ohuhuŋuutavsieve; separate small particles from larger ones, e.g., remove chaff6.2.8Agricultural tool6.2.6.3Thresh6.2.6.1Winnow grain

omweraemyeranmillet grains that drop off by themselves during the course of drying before the grain is stored in granaries5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.6.3Thresh5.2.1.2.3Grind flour5.2.3.4Prepared food