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amahiribbanian1sorcery; use of magic powers derived from evil spirits4.9.4.7Omen, divination4.9.4.1Sorcery2miracles; things that are not usual3.4.1.3Surprise4.9.4Miracle, supernatural power

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

ehidaadaebidaadanharmful substance, e.g., imagined pieces of bone, glass or even bits of dried meat put into s.b. by a sorcererOhuhubba ebidaada….To injure by using sorcery to induce harmful substances into s.b.’s body.4.9.4.1Sorcery

ehigemoebigemoncharm; amulet with a piece of wood, bone or rock sewn in it and tied to a string. It is worn around the neck in a belief that it will ward off evil spirits and diseases1.4.2Spirits of things4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

ehiŋwaboebiŋwaboncurse; words asking a magical power to cause s.t. unpleasant to happen to s.b.Aliho ehiŋwabo cehigira natamya mere.He has a curse that is why he has crop failure.4.9.4.4Curse4.9.4.1Sorcery

ehitooloebitoolonsorcery item that is used in a kind of sorcery in which s.t. stolen from the victim is mixed with magical medicines for the purpose of bewitching that person4.9.4.1Sorcery

ehiitaebiitans.t. lethal; that can stop life, e.g., poison6.6.2.9Working with chemicals2.5.3.2Poison4.9.4.1Sorcery2.6.6.1Kill

endaguendagunoutcome of divination; pronouncement of a divinerOhuŋwa ewʼomulagusi endagu eyindomira yiiti masenge yange njʼowupwaba.From the diviner the divination revealed that my aunt is the one who curses me.Endagu yiromire yiiti muliranwa wa Hiduja njʼagamulogire.The diviner’s pronouncement was that Hiduja was bewitched by his neighbour.4.9.4.7Omen, divination4.9.4.1Sorcery

enduhulu1enduhulun1Otter; small water animal with short hairs. It is 65 cm long and weighs about 6.5 kgEnduhulu esobola ohwebbomba magalamiriiye mu maaji.The otter can swim facing up in water.sp. Lutra maculicullis fam. Mustelidae1.6.1.1.2Carnivore2otter skin bracelet (strips of otter skin) worn by children as protection against charms and disease4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

eŋimaamaŋimancharm tied around a baby’s waist for its protection1.4.2Spirits of things4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

eŋirisiamaŋirisincharm consisting of herbal medicines in a cloth or metal container and worn as an amulet1.4.2Spirits of things4.9.4.1Sorcery4.9.8Religious things

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

epagamaepagamansorcery substance believed to be put in the stomach of the victim by the sorcerer4.9.4.1Sorceryohuhubba epagamavIdiom. perform sorcery to explain or cure a stomach ailing4.9.4.7Omen, divination4.9.4.1Sorcery

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

eramulinsoothsaying, divination, foretelling; ability to know and tell what will happen in future4.9.4.7Omen, divination4.9.4.1Sorcery

obuŋeŋansorcery; art of practising magic powers4.9.4.7Omen, divination4.9.4.1Sorcery

obutwanpoison; s.t. that kills a living thing or that makes it sick6.6.2.9Working with chemicals2.5.3.2Poison4.9.4.1Sorcery2.6.6.1Kill

ohufumulavremove sorcery4.9.4.1Sorcery

ohugereesa1v1coax s.t. in order to kill it3.3.3Influence3.3.3.3Persuade2.6.6.1Kill2practice sorcery to send misfortune to s.b. by manipulating medicines or substances4.9.4.4Curse4.9.4.1Sorcery

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

ohuholaholaniavbewitch; practice sorcery, involving the magical use of medicines or substancesBakolaholanisye omubiri gwange.They have bewitched my body.4.9.4.4Curse4.9.4.1SorceryohweholaholaniavMetaphor. cheat4.3.5.1Dishonest4.7.8.2Break a contract4.3.5.5Deceive6.8.9.2Cheat

ohuhubba epagamavar.ohuhubba epulivIdiom. perform sorcery to explain or cure a stomach ailing4.9.4.7Omen, divination4.9.4.1Sorceryder. ofepagama