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ehibayaebibayanbaby carrier; sling or structure used for carrying a baby6.7.3Carrying tool7.3.1Carry5.1.1.3Bed2. for a baby

ekutuekutun1piece of cloth that s.b. wraps around himself when going to sleep5.7.1Go to sleep5.3.4Clothes for special occasions2petticoat; underskirt worn by women5.3.2Women's clothing3nappy; cloth tied as a diaper2. for a baby2.2.8Defecate, feces

embeheeroembeheeron1strap, sling; for fixing a child to be carried on the back6.7.3Carrying tool7.3.1Carry5.1.1.3Bed2. for a baby2container made from gourd handles in which umbilical cord stumps are kept2.6.3.9Birth ceremony6.7.7Container

ohubeehav1carry on the back7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transport2. for a baby2give a lift to s.b. using a vehicle such as a car, bicycle or a motorbike7. by landohubeehulavremove a load from the back that was fixed and carried there7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere7.3.1Carry7.3.4.3Put down

ohubbiitav1care for, raise, bring up a childOyo njʼowambitire abasaye bange nibafuuye.That is the one who brought me up when my parents died.Gambitiiye omwana nindi mu komera.She raised my child when I was in prison.Amanyira ohubbiita abaana babe; bosibosi baboneha bulaŋi.She knows how to feed her children; all of them look well.Ohubbiita omwana hirimo ohuliisa, ohwambasa nʼohuganga obulwaye.Keeping a child involves feeding, clothing and treating diseases. for, support4. for2. for a baby2. a child2rear, look after animalsAbbiitire bulaŋi ebunwa ebiri enyene emba.He has looked after two big bulls very well.6.3Animal husbandry

ohufa huvcare for; look after, pay attention toOtehwa ohufa hu ebi mwana genda mu somero.You must pay attention to the requirements of the child at school.Saafa hu baana babe.He does not look after his children. for, support6. care of something4. for4.4.4.1Mercy5.8Manage a house4.3.4Do good to4.4.4.2Show sympathy, support2. for a baby2. a child4.3.4.4Altruistic, selfless

ohufumbeteravcuddle; hold s.b. esp. a child, in an affectionate way2. for a baby4.1.8Show affection

ohufungavar.ohufungaŋov1close and lock up6.7.5Fastening tool6.5.2.4Door7.3.6.1Shut, close6.5.2.5Window2dress a baby in a nappy2. for a baby2.2.8Defecate, fecesohufungululavunlock7.3.6Open6.5.2.4Doorohwefungav1cover the private parts with a strip of cloth that is passed between the legs and over a belt tied at the waist at the back5.3.7Wear clothing2put on a sanitary pad during monthly period2.1.8.4Female organs5.3.7Wear clothingohwefungululavundress by removing a loin cloth ‘efungo’ that covers the private parts5.3.7Wear clothing

ohulerav1babysit; be employed at a place to carry a baby while tending it2. for a baby2nurture, care for, bring up a child4. for, support4. for2. for a baby2. a child3nurse or carry a child on the lap4. for2. for a baby2. a child

ohunuunavsuck; pull a liquid into the mouth using the lipsOmwana ali hunuuna amabeere ga nyina.The baby is sucking the mother’s breast. eating2. for a baby1.6.3Animal life cycle

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. for a baby4.8.4.8Make peaceohuŋoleeresahovanaesthetise; cause s.b. to be temporarily unconscious2.5.7Treat disease2.5.6.4Lose consciousness

ohuŋosavar.ohuŋosaŋosavcool, calm down; make s.b. be in a settled relaxed state, e.g., advise s.b. not to be angry4.8.4Peace3.3.3.2Advise3. for a baby3.4Emotionohuŋa ehiŋosaŋosahovgive an antidote2.5.7Treat disease2.5.3.2Poison

ohusundyav1shake, jiggle, move. s.t. up and downAbanasaale basundya amagulu.The bell-dancers are shaking their legs. something7.2.2.8Move back and forth7.1.9Move a part of the body2toss a baby in the air rhythmically in order to soothe it4.4.4.7Relief7.4.5.2Throw away5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation7.3.1.1Throw3. for a baby4.2.3.3Sing
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