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amage masendaswavIdiom. persuade, entice s.b. to take a risk alone and hence suffer the consequences3.3.2Request3.5.1.7.2Flatter3.3.3Influence4.8.4.2Make an appeal3.3.3.3Persuade4.3.5.5Deceive3.4.1.4.4Attract3.4.1.4Interestedder. ofohusendaThe termites open the outlets for the white ants to go out and be eaten, while they remain in the ant hill

amaŋinioŋinion1flattery; trying to please by deception, deceptively praising s.b. out of jealousy3.5.1.7.2Flatter2envy; coveting for yourself the good that s.b. else is enjoying, but that one does not have3.4.2.1.8Jealous

ohuhiinavar.ohuhuuniahuuniav1flatter; attribute s.b. with qualities or values he does not haveOhupaaha omuutu oti mulaŋi ate wenda ahwigerese huupi ni naye ko wa hamwiba.Telling s.b. that he is very good so that he becomes familiar with you to enable you to steal from him.3.5.1.7.2Flatter2mock3.5.1.7.2Flatter3.5.1.8Criticize3.5.6.4Laugh3.5.1.8.3Mock4.1.6.1Unfriendlyohuŋiiniaŋiiniav1tantalise; tease by giving s.t. and then snatching it back or by promising s.t. that cannot be fulfilled4.3.5.6Hypocrite3.3Want3.5.1.8.3Mock2treat s.b. with contempt4.3.2.1Despise someone4.5.5.2Lack respect4.3.7.1Impolite

ohweguyaayavbe toady, grovel; behave in a flattering manner towards s.b. expecting favours from him3.3.2Request3.5.1.7.2Flatter3.5.1.5Ask4.8.4.2Make an appeal

omutenderiabatenderinseducer, persuader, trickster; s.b. who influences another to do s.t. but does not share the consequences or accept responsibility2.6.2.2Attract sexually3.5.1.7.2Flatter4.3.5.1Dishonest3.3.3Influence4.8.4.2Make an appeal3.3.3.3Persuade3.5.1.3.2Tell a lie4.3.5.5Deceive4.3.4.4.2Use a person3.4.1.4.4Attract