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amalehensaliva running out in a streakOnasamirira omunwa olulehe lutula.If you keep the mouth open, saliva comes out in a streak.2.2.3Spit, saliva

amatensaliva, spittle; liquid in the mouth that helps to keep it moist and that softens food before swallowingOhufuuja amate mu baatu sihiraŋi.It is not good to spit saliva in public.2.2.3Spit, salivahafuuja matenbeetle; beetle that sucks water from trunks of trees when feeding, and drops the residue liquid on the ground1.6.1.7Insecthasolola matenplant whose leaves stimulate the salivary glands when chewedsp. Oxalis corniculata fam. Oxalidaceae1.5Plant

ehiholondoebiholondonphlegm, mucus; slimy liquid that s.b. spits from the lungsOmuutu alwaye ahafuba gahali nga safuuja buli ŋaatu ebiholondo.S.b. suffering from tuberculosis should not spit phlegm anywhere.2.2.4Mucus2.1.1.3Nose2.2.3Spit, saliva

obugagundribble; saliva that comes out of s.b.’s mouth during sleep2.2.3Spit, saliva

obuluusinsaliva; that dries at the mouth when s.b. is asleepObuluusi bufanania bubi mu moni.The dried saliva makes the face look untidy.5.7.3Wake up2.2.3Spit, saliva

ohufuujavspit; eject s.t. from the mouthOhufuja amate.To spit saliva.2.2.3Spit, saliva

ohuhaasav1eject; discharge rapidlyMu myaha ejahale olusosi Elgon lwahaasanga obunyota.Many years ago Mt Elgon used to eject lava.7.3.2.7Take something out of something2spit2.2.3Spit, salivaohuhaasa obunyotaverupt, of a volcano1.2.1.2Volcano

ohuhololavcough; push air involuntarily from the lungs, making a harsh noiseHisaana ohubumba hu munwa nʼohololera mu baatu.It is fitting to cover the mouth when coughing in public.2.2.2Cough, sneezeohuholondola ebiholondovspit phlegm; eject slimy liquid from the lungs2.2.3Spit, saliva2.2.2Cough, sneeze2.5.6Symptom of disease

ohuŋalahalavhave a dry mouth without salivaSisobola humira mate kuba mu munwa muŋalahaaye.I am unable swallow saliva because my mouth is dry.1.3.3.1Dry2.2.3Spit, salivader. ofohuŋalala

ohuŋalalavscorch; over-dry s.t.Engoye jiŋalaaye bugali, jisasaleeho amaaji kojigolole.The clothes are very dry, spray them with water before ironing them.1.3.3.1Dry5.5.4Burn1.1.1Sun5.2.1.1Cooking methodsohuŋalahalavhave a dry mouth without saliva1.3.3.1Dry2.2.3Spit, salivaohuŋalasavget sunburnt5.5.4Burn2.5.3Injure1.1.1Sun

ohusesemav1vomit; eject food from the stomach through the mouth2.5.2.3Stomach illness2.5.6Symptom of disease2spitOhusesema ebigambo.To spit out words.2.2.3Spit, saliva2.2.2Cough, sneeze2.5.6Symptom of disease

ohusololohavsalivate; secrete salivaPunyiiye ni bahalanga enyama nasololoha amate.I smelt meat being fried and I secreted saliva.5.2.2.5Hungry, thirsty2.2.3Spit, saliva

ohusyololavcause a lot of saliva to flow, e.g., from the smell of delicious foodEmere endaŋi yigira wasyolola amate.Delicious food causes salivation.5.2.2.5Hungry, thirsty2.2.3Spit, saliva