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amagumbaegumbanbones, skeleton; hard parts inside the body of s.b. or an animal that support it2.1.6Bone, joint6.6.4.4Working with bone1.6.2Parts of an animalehiŋamba amagumban1Idiom. interesting thing; s.t. that arouses interest4.3.1.2Meet a standard3.4.1.1Like, love8.3.7.7Right, proper3.4.1.4Interested2Idiom. suitable thing8.3.7.7.3Compatible8.2.7Fit, size8.3.7.7Right, properhayunga magumbanmedicinal herb; medicinal herb for treating broken bones2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine2.5.7.2Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2.5.7.3Medicinal plantsohukutuha egumbavget a compound fracture2.1.6Bone, joint7.8.1Break2.5.3Injure7.8.2Crackohwonga amagumbavset a fracture; align bones straight and set in plaster2.5.7Treat disease

amaŋulonprotective medicine; magical substance that protects by harming a would-be aggressor2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorcery2.5.7.2Medicine

ehiholoebiholontree trunk; part of the plant that is in the ground, nearest to the rootsOnatemera ŋaasi bugali emiguulo ebiholo sibisebuha.If you cut the poles for house construction very low, the remaining part will not sprout.1.5.5Parts of a plantehiholo hyʼobulesinmedicinal plant2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine2.5.7.2Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

ehihwiebihwinmedicine made from the root of a tree that can take different forms and is believed to not cure, but bring different kinds of trouble4.4.2Trouble2.5.7.5Traditional medicine2.5.7.2Medicine2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

ehingirasuguebingirasugunmoney given as an advance payment for treatment esp. given to herbalists6.8.4.5Pay2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine

ehyanirakubaebyanirakubanmedicinal plant that has leaves that are heated and used as a poultice2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine2.5.7.2Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

eŋosoamaŋoson1anti-sorcery potent or medicine relieving pain2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorcery2anti-sorcery ritual; action, medicine or s.t. used by a practitioner to counter and remove the effects of sorcery on a client2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorcery

epuliepulincharm; ball of dried mud containing medicine, usually connected with sorcery2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorceryohuhubba epulivIdiom. perform sorcery to explain or cure a stomach ailing2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorcery

ohuduunyavsmoulder; burn slowly without flames and only smoke emittingEkwi jiri huduunya huduunya sijaduha.The fire wood is just smouldering and not burning in flames.5.5.4Burn5.5Fireohwedunyisav1cause smoke to fume or to burn things2.5.7.5Traditional medicine5.5.5What fires produce2make the house have a sweet smell by burning incense in it5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn5.8Manage a house2.3.4Smell5.5Fire3burn medicine on charcoal to treat illness; cover with a blanket to be treated with medicinal smoke2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicine

ohuhingavprotect using charms, with medicine or by vaccinationOhuhinga omwana seja.To protect the child from polio.4.4.4.5Protect2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorcery2.5.7.2Medicine2.5.7.1Doctor, nurseohwehingavprotect yourself from sorcery using charms4.4.4.5Protect2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorcery

ohuhubba epulivar.ohuhubba epagamavIdiom. perform sorcery to explain or cure a stomach ailing2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorceryder. ofepuli

ohuŋeŋavprotect with magic4.4.4.5Protect2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorceryohweŋeŋavtreat yourself when ill, by taking pills or by getting immunised2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicine

ohusandagavmake an incision in the skin to rub in herbal medicine in order to treat illness2.5.7Treat disease7.8.3Cut2.5.7.5Traditional medicineohwesandagavrub herbal medicine in self inflicted cuts on the body to immunise it against diseases and poison from snake bites2.5.7Treat disease7.3.4.5Actions of the hand7.7.5Rub2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.7.3Spread, smear7.3.4.1Touch

ohusiita1v1feel with the fingers7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch2rub; press on with the fingersAbaŋeho obulesi mu musiiteho.Let him give you medicine; you are to press it onto her.5.4.5Anoint the body7.3.4.5Actions of the hand7.7.5Rub2.3.5Sense of touch2.5.7.5Traditional medicine7.3.7.3Spread, smear7.3.4.1Touch

ohwedunyisav1cause smoke to fume or to burn things2.5.7.5Traditional medicine5.5.5What fires produce2make the house have a sweet smell by burning incense in it5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn5.8Manage a house2.3.4Smell5.5Fire3burn medicine on charcoal to treat illness; cover with a blanket to be treated with medicinal smokeBeduunyisa obubbaani.They burn incense.2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicineder. ofohuduunya

ohwehingavprotect yourself from sorcery using charms4.4.4.5Protect2.5.7.5Traditional medicine4.9.4.1Sorceryder. ofohuhinga

ohwenyootesav1fumigate6.4.6Things done to animals5.5.5What fires produce2treat with smoke; inhale medicine in a form that is burned and the patient, with a cloth over his head, inhales the fumes2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine5.5.5What fires produce
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