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amajohiiron1gills; parts of a fish, through which breathing is doneEnyeeni endaŋi oyimanyira hu majohiiro amalando.Fresh fish is known by the red gills.1.6.2.3Parts of a fish2jowls; part of the body under the jaw, in particular the area of tonsils and neck glands2.1.1Head

edokooliamadokoolinAdam’s apple; part of the throat that sticks out in the front of the neck of a man2.1.6Bone, joint3.5.1.1Voice2.1.8Internal organs2.1.1Head

egosiamagosin1neck; part of the body between the head and the shoulders2.1.1Head1.6.2.1Parts of a bird1.6.2Parts of an animal2neck meat; part of a cow’s body between the head and the shoulders, that is eaten by nephews during the clan ritualsOmugabo gwʼomwiŋwa hu solo eyitiwire guba egosi.A nephew’s share, from a slaughtered animal, is a neck.5.2.3.2.1Meat2.1.1Head1.6.2.1Parts of a bird1.6.2Parts of an animal

ehiŋangaebiŋanganskull; bones that make up the headEhiŋanga cehibamo obwongo.The skull contains the brains.2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.1Head

ehirefuebirefun1chin; that part of the face that is below the mouthEhirefu njʼehitundu ehigenda mu hunyaanya emere.A chin is the movable part when chewing food.2.1.1Head2beard; hair that some men allow to grow on the lower part of their facesAbahasi sibatera humera fiiri lyo huhirefu.Women hardly grow beards.2.1.5Hair5.4.3.6Shave3moustache; hair that grows above the upper lip2.1.5Hair5.4.3.6Shave

ehoyohoyoamahoyohoyon1Adam ’s apple2.1.6Bone, joint3.5.1.1Voice2.1.8Internal organs2.1.1Head2double chin; fold of skin between the chin and the neck2.1.1Head

ehyeniebyeninforehead; front of the headOli nʼehyeni ehigalamu.You have a wide forehead.2.1.1Head

ekooneekoonennape; back of the head near the neck2.1.1Head1.6.2.1Parts of a bird1.6.2Parts of an animal

engoolo1engoolonnape; back of the neckEpaata yalehireho ngoolo yooka.He is bald nearly all over the head except at the back.2.1.1Head1.6.2.1Parts of a bird1.6.2Parts of an animal

enguumienguumin1forehead; part of the head between the eyes and the hair line2.1.1Head2bunt, head butt; blow inflicted by the forehead7.7Physical impact7.7.1Hit1.6.4Animal actions

etamaamatamancheek, soft part of the face below the eye, and between the mouth and the ear2.1.1Head

mu moniadv1in the face or in the eye2.1.1.1Eye8.6.1Front2.1.1Head2ahead, in front; at the most forward part of s.t.Gehaaye mu moni jʼomwami.She sat in front of the chief.8.5.1.1In front of8.6.1Front3in the future; in time to comeMu moni eyo abaatu sibaliŋenyuhanga hu magombe.In future people will not be keeping vigil at the grave.8.4.6.4Future8.4.5.2.1Afterohunya mu monivIdiom. be tough3.5.6.3Facial expression4.4.3.1Brave4.3.3.2Not care2.4.1Strong

obwongo1obwongonbrain; part of the body in the head that is used for thought, memory and emotionOmuutu eyi bwongo butahola bulaŋi aba mulalu.S.b. whose brain does not work properly is mad.3.2.1.1Think about3.2.1Mind2.1.1Headohwigula obwongovIdiom. show, explain3.2.3.1Known, unknown2.3.1.4Show, let someone see3.6.1Show, explain3.5.8.4Show, indicate3.5.1.2.2Describe3.5.1.2.3Explain3.5.1.6.1Demonstrate

olusayaesayan1jaw; bone from which the lower teeth grow2.1.1Head2cheek; fleshy part on a human head between the eye, mouth, chin and the earOlusaya luwiiha ehisinini.The cheek covers the jaw.2.1.1Headohuŋalasa olusayavIdiom. speak a lot3.5.1.8.4Gossip3.5.1.3.6Exaggerate3.5.1.1.3Speak a lot

omuseeraomuseerandouble chin; skin folds between the face and the neck2.1.1Head

omusonjololoemisonjololonneck of a chicken2.1.1Head1.6.2.1Parts of a bird

omutweemitwenhead; topmost or most anterior part of an animal that has the brain in it, and has eyes, ears, mouth and nose.2.1.1Headohutusamo omutwevIdiom. lose hope; give up on s.t.3.2.7.2Hopeless6.1.2.4.3Give upohwononoha omutwevIdiom. run mad2.5.8Mental illness4.3.7.2Crazy