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amalangaasen1numbness; temporal paralysis of a limb when it is folded in an unusual position for some timeAmalangaase gandi mu hugulu.The numbness in my leg.2.3.5Sense of touch2electricity6.6.8.1Working with electricity

ehidembuadj1easyEbyaliŋo somo dembu, naye Ohubala hwomu.History is an easy subject, but Mathematics is difficult.Ohulera omwana hidembu ohusinga ohulima.Baby sitting is easier than digging in the field.7.5.8Simple, complicated6.1.3.2Succeed6.1.3.1Easy, possible3.2.4.2Understandable2soft; doughyEroba liba edembu mu mugaduho.The ground becomes soft after rainfall.Obwoya bwʼekapa budembu nʼobuŋambaho.The cats hairs are soft on touching them.Obuuji buba budembu.Porridge is doughy.Efula yiguuye nyingi, ŋahani ehyalo hiri nʼobudembu obuhena ohulima.It has been raining a lot, now the ground has suitable softness for cultivation.8.3.2Texture8.3.6.5Soft, flimsy2.3.5Sense of touch3fine; containing small particlesObusyanu budembu ohusinga enjehe.Flour is finer than sand.8.3.2Texture8.2.3.1Thin thing5.2.1.2.3Grind flour8.2.1Smallehidembu ehifumbiheadjmalleable; s.t. able to be bent that does not break easily1.2.2.3Metal8.3.6.1Strong, brittleehidembu ehireberaadjflimsy8.2.3.3Thin person7.8.1Break8.3.6.5Soft, flimsy8.2.3.1Thin thing2.4.2Weak8.3.6.1Strong, brittle2.4Body condition

ehiŋambihahoebiŋambihahontangible thing; s.t. that is real, not imaginary3.5.1.3.5Real2.3.5Sense of touch9.1.3.1Physical, non-physical

ehitaŋambihahoebitaŋambihahon1intangible, abstract thing; s.t. you cannot put in your hands3.2.1.2Imagine9.1.3.1Physical, non-physical2slippery thing7.2.1.5.1Slip, slide2.3.5Sense of touch3s.t. unachievable, beyond reachOhumyasa hyʼeryuba cehiitu ehitaŋambihaho.Glittering like the sun is s.t. beyond reach.6.1.3Difficult, impossible9.4.4.9Impossible

ehiterereebitererenslippery; smooth thing that causes other things to slide on itEhiitu hinabaho giriisi hiba hiterere.S.t. greasy is slippery.7.2.1.5.1Slip, slide2.3.5Sense of touch

ehyagoebyagontexture; bigness hardness, softness or length of s.t.8.3.2Texture2.3.5Sense of touch

ekanyanyaekanyanyantemporary paralysis brought about by limited blood circulationAfumbire ohugulu ebbanga ereeŋi gafuna ekanyanya.He folded his leg for sometime and got temporary paralysis.2.3.5Sense of touch2.1.4Skin8.4.2.4Temporary

ohudigidyav1cause shivering, chills by touching7.3.1.3Shake7.1.9Move a part of the body2tickle; touch where the nerve cells are numerous and cause a jerk7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch3stroke; pass the hand over gently several times7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touchder. ofohudigida

ohumamaatavgrope; feel your way by handEtaala nijasimire hwamamaatiye humamaatira ko hwatula ebulafu wʼenju.When the lights went off, we just felt with our hands to get out of the house.7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch

ohuŋoleeresa2vsooth; pass the hand in regular movement over a child’s body to pacify crying7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch3.4.1.2.2Calm2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby4.8.4.8Make peaceohuŋoleeresahovanaesthetise; cause s.b. to be temporarily unconscious2.5.7Treat disease2.5.6.4Lose consciousness

ohuŋulirav1hear; perceive s.t. using earsOhuŋulira ehide ni hifuga.To hear the ringing of the bell.2.3.2Hear2hear a case4.7.6Judge, render a verdict3feel; experience in the body or the mind, e.g., feel pain or feel bad emotionallyOhuŋulira bulaŋi.Feel no pain.Ohuŋulira bubi mugati mula.Feel bad in mind.2.3.5Sense of touch3.4EmotionohuŋulirisavIdiom. listen2.3.2.1Listenohuŋulirisaniavbe in agreement with4.8.4.4Negotiate4.1.5Unity3.2.5.4Agree with someoneohutaŋuliravdisobey; not hear or heed advice given4.5.4.2Disobey3.4.1.4.5Indifferent4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

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

ohuweweetavcaress; stroke or touch lightly in a process of treating s.b. favourably, kindly or affectionately7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch

ohwabaabavar.ohwababahov1feel; perceive s.t. by passing the palm of the hand over itEhiirema hingi, mwababeeho; aliŋo?It is very dark, touch him, is he there?Mwababeeho obone omubiri ni guhimwohya.Pass your hand over him and find out whether he is still very hot.Omubiri gwange gwohya; njababeho bone.My body is hot, feel it and see.2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch2grope7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch3ohubisyaho engaloBamwababisye ni bamwabaaba obulesi bwʼamafuta hu mugongo ogwali ni gumuluma.They massaged his aching back with medicinal oils.2.5.7Treat disease7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch4show affection by touching s.b.4.1Relationships4.1.8Show affection3.4.1.1Like, love4.3.3Love2.6.1.5Romantic love

ohwagavar.ohwagulav1weedOhwaga obule.Weed millet in a field.6.2.4Tend a field6.2.4.2Uproot plants2scratchNjage mu mugongo musiiŋa.Please scratch my itching back.7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.9.1Damageohutaagavfail to weed6.2.4.5Neglect plantsohweyagavscratch yourself7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.5.3Injure7.9.1Damage
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