amagumbaegumbabones, skeleton; hard parts inside the body of s.b. or an animal that support it2.1.6Bone, joint18.104.22.168Working with bone1.6.2Parts of an animalehiŋamba amagumba1Idiom. interesting thing; s.t. that arouses interest22.214.171.124Meet a standard126.96.36.199Like, love188.8.131.52Right, proper184.108.40.206Interested2Idiom. suitable thing220.127.116.11.3Compatible8.2.7Fit, size18.104.22.168Right, properhayunga magumbamedicinal herb; medicinal herb for treating broken bones2.5.7Treat disease22.214.171.124Traditional medicine126.96.36.199Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine188.8.131.52Medicinal plantsohukutuha egumbaget a compound fracture2.1.6Bone, joint7.8.1Break2.5.3Injure7.8.2Crackohwonga amagumbaset a fracture; align bones straight and set in plaster2.5.7Treat disease
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ehiholoebiholotree 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 hyʼobulesimedicinal plant2.5.7Treat disease184.108.40.206Traditional medicine220.127.116.11Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine18.104.22.168Medicinal plants
episyovar.episoepisyo1syringe; thin hollow pin-like metal through which medicine is passed during an injection2.5.7Treat disease22.214.171.124Medicine2injection; treatment where a body is pierced with a small sharp toolOhuhubba episyo.To give an injection.2.5.7Treat disease126.96.36.199Put in188.8.131.52Medicine3needle; slender rod-like piece of steel with a pointed end on one side and a hole on the other end through which a thread is passed for sewing6.6.1Working with cloth184.108.40.206Weaving cloth220.127.116.11Knittingepisyo eyʼobulesiinjection syringe2.5.7Treat disease18.104.22.168Put in22.214.171.124Medicine ohuhubba episyoinject medicine2.5.7Treat disease126.96.36.199Put in188.8.131.52Medicine
ohuduunyasmoulder; burn slowly without flames and only smoke emittingEkwi jiri huduunya huduunya sijaduha.The fire wood is just smouldering and not burning in flames.5.5.4Burn5.5Fireohwedunyisa1cause smoke to fume or to burn things184.108.40.206Traditional 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 disease220.127.116.11Medicine
ohugangatreat illness by giving medicine to a sick person2.5.7Treat disease18.104.22.168Traditional medicine22.214.171.124Medicineohugangiratreat an illness for s.b.2.5.7Treat disease126.96.36.199Doctor, nurseohugangisa1use s.t. to treat an illness2.5.7Treat disease188.8.131.52Traditional medicine184.108.40.206Medicineohwegangatreat yourself when ill2.5.7Treat disease
ohuhingaprotect using charms, with medicine or by vaccinationOhuhinga omwana seja.To protect the child from polio.220.127.116.11Protect18.104.22.168Traditional medicine22.214.171.124Sorcery126.96.36.199Medicine188.8.131.52Doctor, nurseohwehingaprotect yourself from sorcery using charms184.108.40.206Protect220.127.116.11Traditional medicine18.104.22.168Sorcery