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amaŋolunfood left over after supper that is eaten for breakfast the following morning5.2.1.4Food storage8.1.7.4Remain, remainder8.3.7.8Decay

cacaamivar.ecacaamiehicacaamicacaaminIdiom. s.t. that has gone sour8.3.7.8Decay2.3.3Taste

egiamagin1egg; rounded or oval object with a shell that is laid by a bird or a reptile1.6.3.1Egg2ovum; part of a female animal or bird, that is the initial beginning of the development of another person, animal or birdEgi eritegatire nʼobumo obusinde siryalula.An ovum that does not come into contact with the male gamete does not develop.2.6.3.1Pregnancy2.1.8.4Female organs1.6.3Animal life cycleegi ehalangenfried egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggegi eŋogotonsoft-shelled egg1.6.3.1Eggegi erifubirenegg that has failed to hatch8.3.7.8Decay1.6.3.1Eggegi eryohyenroasted egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggegi etuubanboiled egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Egg

egi erifubireamagi agafubirenegg that has failed to hatchEgi eritaluuye litera ohuba ebolire.An unhatched egg is usually rotten.8.3.7.8Decay1.6.3.1Eggder. ofegi

ehibolireebibolirenrotten; s.t. that has gone bad8.3.7.8Decay

ehifundya2ebifundyanrot; organisms that make s.t. decay1.4.1Dead things8.3.7.8Decay

ehigusemeebigusemenrotten thing8.3.7.8Decay

ehisala1ebisalansour thing8.3.7.8Decay2.3.3Taste

ehiseseŋiebiseseŋins.t rotten or weevil infested because it has been damaged by worms or insectsObugehe wa mwogo waseseŋire.The sliced cassava is weevil infested.8.3.7.8Decay

enyendeenyendenmaggot; small thin boneless creature without legs or arms, from which a fly develops1.6.1.9Small animals1.6.3Animal life cycle1.6.1.7Insectohugwamo enyendevbe maggot infested1.6.1.9Small animals8.3.7.8Decay1.6.3Animal life cycle1.6.1.7Insect

ohubolavrot, decay, decompose; become bad of a living thing so that it stinksOmulambo gwʼomwibi eyibetire gwaboleeye aŋo; sibagusihire.The body of the murdered thief decomposed at the spot where he died; it was not buried.1.4.1Dead things8.3.7.8Decayohubola ameenovhave unbrushed smelly teeth2.5.2.4Tooth decay2.1.1.5Tooth

ohubulunguhavcrumble; cause s.t. to break into small pieces7.8.1Breakohubulungulav1destroy, damage, smash, disintegrate s.t. by crumbling it7.9.2Tear down7.8.1Break4.3.4.6.1Spoil8.3.7.8Decay8.3.7.8.1Rust7.5.2.4Remove, take apart7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out2thresh maize so that seeds are removed from the cobs6.2.6.3Thresh6.2.6Process harvest

ohubumbwa1var.ohuwumbwavgrow mouldOmugaati guŋirire ehimanga kuba guli huwumbwa.This bread has been here for long because it is growing mould.8.3.7.8Decay1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae

ohucucumav1go sour, used of milk, beer and distilled spiritsAmabeere banagadaŋadaŋaho sigalwa hucucuma.The milk that they go on dipping from its container soon goes sour.8.3.7.8Decay2.3.3Taste2become bitter2.3.3Taste

ohufiiravlose for good; be lost permanently, esp. a death of s.b., but also said of a possession one never expects to find againFiriiye abaatu bangi mu lima lino.I have lost a lot of people this season.2.6.6Die7.6.3Lose, misplaceohufiiraŋovdie suddenly2.6.6Dieohufiirwav1be bereaved4.1.9.3Widow, widower2.6.6.3Funeral2.6.6Die2lose; miss s.b. or s.t.7.6.3Lose, misplaceohufiisav1lose; have s.b. die2.6.6Die2spoil, of food4.3.4.6.1Spoil8.3.7.8Decay

ohufiisav1lose; have s.b. dieGafihiise omwana.He lost a child.2.6.6Die2spoil, of foodGafihiise omwenge.His beer went bad.4.3.4.6.1Spoil8.3.7.8Decayder. ofohufiira

ohugemulavdemolish, destroy esp. a wall of a houseEhiteepe hyʼe Berlin bahigemuuye.The Berlin wall was broken down.7.9.2Tear down7.8.1Break4.3.4.6.1Spoil8.3.7.8Decay8.3.7.8.1Rust7.5.2.4Remove, take apart7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out

ohugusamavdecompose, of a dead body1.4.1Dead things8.3.7.8Decay

ohugusemavstart rotting8.3.7.8Decay
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