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amagon1household; people living collectively together in a house5Daily life4.1.9.8Family, clan2lineage, genealogy; people tracing their relationship from the same ancestor4., mother4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4., grandmother4.1.9Kinship

ehidaebidan1stomach; part of the body where food is digestedEhida ehibbala hitegeesa endya eyʼehigaaga.Big stomach shows eating rich food. person2.1.2Torso2.1.8.2Stomach1.6.2Parts of an animal2pregnancy; situation when a woman is pregnantSarah ali hida.Sarah is pregnant., uterus; part of the female body where a child is createdOhuba nʼomwana mu hida.Be with child in the womb. organs2.6.3.2Fetus4lineage; ancestry; parentage; family lineEhida hya Mugoya.Mugoya’s family., mother4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4., grandmother4.1.9Kinshipohuba ehidavIdiom. be pregnant2.6.3.1Pregnancyohutoola ehidavIdiom. conceive; get pregnant2.6.3.1Pregnancyomugendera hidanEuph. snake1.ʼehida ehiralanIdiom. twin; same womb sibling8. births

ehiibon1confinement; ritual state continuing for seven days after giving birthAli mu hiibo.She is in confinement after having given birth.2.6.3Birth7.3.6.3Limit2state of immediately having given birthAŋunya ehiibo. Hino hitera ohubaaŋo omwibo natoosa bireebo.She has a characteristic smell of a woman who has recently given birth. This may be due to neglecting to clean the infant’s nappies.2.6.3Birth4., mother

laatalaatandaddy; fatherLaata yange.My father., mother

masaalaabamasaalanmother-in-law (a kinship category that includes the mother of your spouse but also any other lady of her clan), mother4.

nyinaabanyinanhis or her mother; kinship term used to refer to family members that include s.b.’s own mother and most of the women of that person’s mother’s clan4., mother

ohwita amaseerevIdiom. transition to parenthood by having a first-born child2.6.4Stage of life4., motherder. ofomuseere

omusaayeabasaayenbiological parent4., mother

omuseereabaseerenboy, son; male child2.6.5.1Man2.6.4.2Child4., daughter4.1.2Types of peopleohwita amaseerevIdiom. transition to parenthood by having a first-born child2.6.4Stage of life4., mother