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amagenderengait; way s.b. or s.t. walksAmagendere galaga gaati ali nʼekuusa mu magulu.His gait shows that he has jiggers in his feet.7.2.1Manner of movement7.2.1.1Walk

ehityeroebityeron1footprint; place where s.b. has stepped6.4.1.1Track an animal7.2.1.1Walk2.1.3.2Leg2flat foot2.1.3.2Leg

engendavar.eŋendaengendan1gait; manner of walking7.2.1Manner of movement7.2.1.1Walk2means or mode of transport7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transport

ohubataabatavwaddle; walk with difficulty due to obesity7.2.1.1Walk7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty

ohubeyaabeyavar.ohubeyenguhavwaddle; walk with short steps swinging the body from side to side7.2.1.1Walk7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty

ohubitaaŋanavwanderAbitaaŋana mu mayumba.She wanders from house to house.1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.1.1Walk7.2Move7.2.1.3Wander

ohubotavstroll; walk in a leisurely manner7.2.1.1Walk

ohudaliimavroam, stray; wander about without specific place to go toNageene omwibi nadaaliima mwideŋo.I met a thief who was walking aimlessly in the forest.1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.1.1Walk8.5.3.1Absent7.2Move7.2.1.3Wander

ohufulumuhav1rush away; run offAfulumuhire gaaleha ebiryo.He has run off and left food.7.2.1.2Move quickly7.2.3.3Leave8.4.8.1Quick7.2.3.1Move away7.2.1.1.1Run8.4.8Speed2leave abruptly in protest7.2.1.2Move quickly7.2.3.3Leave3.2.5.4.2Protest8.4.8.3Sudden7.2.3.1Move away4.3.3.3Abandon7.2.1.1Walk7.2.1.1.1Runohufulumusavflush out; chase an animal from its hiding place when hunting6.4.1Hunt

ohufunjavtrample, e.g., flatten grass with the feet of many people7.2.1.1Walkohufunjafunjavfold roughly several times8.3.1.5.3Fold

ohugendav1walk; move from one place to another using the feetOnagende waja ese eyindi.You will walk [and come] to where i am.7.2.1.1Walk2travel from one place to another7.2.4Travel7.2.4.1Travel by landohugenda himbeejavwalk gracefully7.2.1.4Graceful7.2.1.1Walkohugenda luhiriijivstumble; walk in a way that is not controlled7.2.1.5.1Slip, slide7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty7.2.2.5.1Fall7.2.1.4.1Clumsyohugenda nugaliitavwalk in a clumsy manner7.2.1.1Walk7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty7.2.1.4.1Clumsyohugenda nuhubba epindovwalk noisily with thuds7.2.1.7Move noisily7.2.1.1Walkohugendera amaguluvtravel on foot7.2.1.1Walk7.2.4Travel7.2.4.1Travel by landohugendera mundegevtravel by air7.2.4.4Travel in space7.2.4Travel7.2.4.3Fly

ohugenderahovwalk, step on s.t.7.2.1.1Walk

ohugosya abaatuvkidnap; take away and hold s.b. by forceAbaatu abagosyaŋo abaana batera ohusunga epiiya enyene enyingi ko babalehula.People who kidnap children demand for a lot of money before they release them.4.3.4.8Kidnapagosyaŋo abaatunkidnapper; abductor4.3.4.8Kidnapengosyaŋo yʼabaatunkidnapping, abduction of people4.3.4.8Kidnapohwegosyagosyavabsent yourself7.2.3.3Leave8.5.3.1Absentohwegosyaŋovdisappear; hide yourself; sneak away from7.6Hide4.4.3.3Avoid7.2.6.3Escape7.2.1.1Walk2.3.1.5.1Appear

ohuhumbav1march; walk together all making steps at once7.2.1.1Walk2swagger; walk majestically4.3.2.4Show off4.3.2.3Proud7.2.1.1Walk3.5.1.7.3Boast