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amaganganrheum; discharge from the eyes that appears after sleep5.7.3Wake up2.1.1.1Eye

amalolenconjunctivitis, eye disease2.1.1.1Eye2.5.2Disease

amaneninrheum; sticky exudate in the eyes when one wakes up5.7.3Wake up2.1.1.1Eye

ehigiinyeebigiinyeneyelid; part of the body that blinks and covers the eye2.1.1.1Eye

emoniemonin1eye; part of an animal that is used for seeingEmoni jʼetemu sijimoga.The eyes of a snake do not blink.2.1.1.1Eye2lens6.6.5.2Photographyohuba emonivIdiom. be awake5.7.3Wake upohufaamo emonivbecome blind2.5.4.2Poor eyesight2.5.4.1Blind

emungeemungen1yolk; yellow middle part of an egg1.6.3.1Egg2iris; part of the eye through which light passes to enable the eye to see2.1.1.1Eye1.5.3Grass, herb, vine

mu moniadv1in the face or in the eye2.1.1.1Eye8.6.1Front2.1.1Head2ahead, in front; at the most forward part of s.t.Gehaaye mu moni jʼomwami.She sat in front of the chief.8.5.1.1In front of8.6.1Front3in the future; in time to comeMu moni eyo abaatu sibaliŋenyuhanga hu magombe.In future people will not be keeping vigil at the grave.8.4.6.4Future8.4.5.2.1Afterohunya mu monivIdiom. be tough3.5.6.3Facial expression4.4.3.1Brave4.3.3.2Not care2.4.1Strong

obwoya wʼohuumoniohooya hohumoniseneyelashes; small hairs growing around the eyeWange tuse obwoya hu moni.Please, remove a lash from my eye.2.1.1.1Eyeder. ofolwoya

ohubbalyavblink; action of shutting and opening the eyeGabbalyabbalyise emoni naweene hu muhaana omulaŋi.He kept blinking his eyes when he saw a pretty girl.3.5.6.3Facial expression2.1.1.1Eye

ohufundulavar.ohufundula emoniv1stare; look in one place for sometime without blinkingAfunduliye emoni hu hifananyi hya Papa.He is staring at the Pope’s photograph.2.3.1.3Examine2.3.1.1Look3.2.2.1Study2be wide-eyedMu hirema omuutu agenda nafunduye emoni.When walking in the dark a person opens his eyes wide.2.1.1.1Eye2.3.1.1Look3scowl indicating angerGafunduliye omwibi agali namwibireho ahasaŋu.She scowled at the thief who had stolen her handbag.Gafunduliye omwana emoni agaali ni gebire epiiya jije nʼobusungu obugali.In anger he opened the eyes very wide for the child who stole his money.3.4.2.3Angry3.5.6.3Facial expression3.4.2.3.1Annoyed4.3.1.5.2Bad-tempered4.1.6.1Unfriendly

ohumiginyavrub the eyes; pass the hand over the eyes while squeezing them7.3.4.5Actions of the hand7.7.5Rub7.3.7.3Spread, smear2.1.1.1Eye7.3.4.1Touch

ohumodyavar.ohumogaohumogeresav1blink; open and shut the eyes quicklyAhiimoga; saali mu huŋenyuha.He is blinking; he is not asleep.Ahiimoga; ahiriŋo.He still blinks; he is alive .3.5.6.3Facial expression2.1.1.1Eye2look with blinking eyes at s.b.3.5.6.3Facial expression3.4.1.4.4Attract2.1.1.1Eye

ohuswalavbe ashamed, embarrassedOyo aswaye olwohuloma ebibono ebibi.That one is ashamed because of saying bad words.3.4.2.2.1Ashamed3.4.2.2.2Embarrassedohuswala emonivhave bloodshot eyes2.5.6Symptom of disease2.1.1.1Eyeohuswasavembarrass; shame s.b.3.4.2.2.1Ashamed3.5.1.8.2Insult3.5.1.8Criticize4.5.5.2Lack respect3.4.2.2.2Embarrassed

ohutemeresavkeep twitching, of the eyeNatemerehiise emoni ehiitu ni hinguyemo.I kept twitching the eye when a foreign object fell in it.7.2.1.2Move quickly7.1.9Move a part of the body2.1.1.1Eye

ohutemyavwink; close one eye as a sign of s.t.3.5.6.3Facial expression3.5.6.1Gesture2.1.1.1Eye

olwoyaamooyan1feather; structures growing on a bird’s body for warming it and for flightAmooya agalusa amagi gaba manyenyeeri.The feathers that cause the hatching of eggs are velvety.1.6.2.1Parts of a bird2fur, wool; thread-like structures growing on the skins of animals6.3.5Wool production1.6.2.1Parts of a bird1.6.2Parts of an animalamooya mahosanIdiom. very bad person who is not liked; enemy4.8.2.9Enemyobwoyanbody hair; thread-like structures growing on a human body, but not on the head2.1.5Hairobwoya wʼohuumonineyelashes; small hairs growing around the eye2.1.1.1Eye

omusaŋu wʼemoniabasaŋu bʼemoninoptometrist; eye specialist2.5.4.2Poor eyesight2.1.1.1Eye2.5.7.1Doctor, nurseder. ofomusaŋu