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amagesinintelligence, wisdom; ability to understand, learn and make judgements or have opinions that are based on reasonOmwana oyo aŋumaamo magesi.That child is not intelligent.Pe amagesi hu biitu bino.Give knowledge about these things.4.3.1Good, moral4.3.1.3Mature in behavior3.2.1.3Intelligent4.3.5.3Reliable6.1.1.1Expert4.3.1.3.2Sensibleohuŋa amagesivsuggest; give advice3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise3.3.3.1Suggest4.8.4.2Make an appeal3.3.3.3Persuade4.7.4.1Legal personnelohwibira mu magesivIdiom. extort money6.8.9.3Extort money6.8.9.4Take by force6.8.9.1Steal

enduuluenduulunhue and cry; loud cry of alarm indicating bereavement or dangerGahubbire enduulu abakondo olu babalumbireShe made a hue and cry when the robbers attacked them.Hwaŋuliye enduulu nga humanya huti omwana wa muliranwa yefe afuye.We heard a keening sound and knew that our neighbour’s child had died.3.5.1.2.1Announce3.3.3.7Warn2.3.2.4Loud3.5.1.1.1Shout2.6.6.4Mournohuhubba enduuluvmake an alarm noise that signifies danger3.5.1.2.1Announce3.3.3.7Warn3.5.1.1.1Shout

humuutuprosomeone; an unspecified or unknown person2Person9.2.3.2Indefinite pronounsohusima humuutuvIdiom. tip off; tell s.b. secretly3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise3.2.3.3Secret

ohubuulav1gossip, tattle on; engage in idle talk, telling other people’s secrets3.5.1.8.4Gossip3.5.1.8.2Insult3.5.1.8Criticize3.5.5Foolish talk2read loudly3.5.7.3Read3solve a riddle3.5.4.3Riddle3.5.4.6Verbal tradition4.2.8Humor4reveal actions ofAbuuye mugandaawe agebire omutyere.He has revealed his brother who stole the rice.4.8.2.7Betray3.2.3.1Known, unknown3.5.1.5.2Disclose3.2.3.3Secretohubuuliravproclaim, preach; deliver a sermon3.5.2Make speech3.6.1Show, explain3.6Teach3.5.1Sayohubuulirirav1sensitise, inform; make s.b. aware of s.t.3.5.1.2.1Announce3.2.3.1Known, unknown3.5.3.2Information3.5.9Mass communication3.5.2.2News, message2give advice, counsel; convince two people to cooperate3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise3.3.3.1Suggest4.8.4.2Make an appeal3.3.3.3Persuade4.7.4.1Legal personnelohwebuulavown up, acknowledge; tell people that you are personally responsible for s.t.3.5.2.4Admit

ohuhubba enduuluvmake an alarm noise that signifies dangerAbaatu abasinga obungi bahubba enduulu ohulaga ahabi, naye abandi hiraga husanyuha.Some people make an alarm to signify danger while others do it to express pleasure.3.5.1.2.1Announce3.3.3.7Warn3.5.1.1.1Shoutder. ofenduulu

ohulabuhavhave understanding, reason; become sensible or sensitisedOmwana wange ahiiri hulabuha.My child does not yet reason, i.e., a child too young to understand right and wrong.3.2.1.1Think about4.3.1Good, moral4.3.1.3Mature in behavior3.2.1.3Intelligent4.3.5.3Reliable6.1.1.1Expert4.3.1.3.2Sensible3.2Thinkohulabulavwarn; cause s.b. to be aware of a danger or problem that is ahead3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise4.8.4.2Make an appeal4.4.3.4Caution

ohulabulavwarn; cause s.b. to be aware of a danger or problem that is ahead3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise4.8.4.2Make an appeal4.4.3.4Cautionder. ofohulabuha

ohusima humuutuvIdiom. tip off; tell s.b. secretly3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise3.2.3.3Secretder. ofhumuutu

omujugoemijugonsmall bell fastened around the neck of an animal6.3.2Tend herds in fields3.3.3.7Warn2.3.2.3Types of soundsomujugo mu ŋombencowbell; bell tied round the neck of a cow6.3.2Tend herds in fields3.3.3.7Warn2.3.2.3Types of sounds
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