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amasambuuhansunrise; dawnEryuba liba mu masambuha esaawa ndala mu mugamba.The sunrise is at seven o’clock in the morning.8.4.1.2.3Time of the day1.1.1Sun

ehisanyanmorning sunshine; less intense sunshine of the morning from about eight to nine o’clockAbaana bali hwota ehisanya.The children are basking themselves in the morning sunshine.1.1.1Sun

emanvuuliemanvuuliEnglishnumbrella; device to provide a shade from sunshine or rain that can be folded and unfoldedSynetamusiya1.1.3.3Rain1.1.1Sun

engolyobereengolyoberensunset; orange or pink sky colours at sunsetOmumwi gwʼengolyobere siguba mubalire ohwomya ehiitu hyosihyosi.The sunshine at sunset is not hot enough to dry anything.8.4.1.2.3Time of the day1.1.1Sun

enjasenlight; brightness, illumination that allows things to be seenEnjase jʼomwesi sijitamo moni hyʼejeryuba.The brightness of the moonlight is not as hurting to the eye as that one of the sun.8.3.3.1.2Bright8.3.3Light8.3.3.1.1Light source1.1.1Sun

eryubaamalyubansun; big star in the sky from which light and heat come during the dayBuli ludaalo eryuba litulira ohuŋwa ebuŋwalyuba lyagwa ebugwalyuba.Every day the sun rises in the east and sets in the west.1.1.1Sun

esaawaesaawan1watch, clock; device worn at the wrist or hung on a wall for showing time8.4.4Telling time8.4.4.2Clock, watch2period; length of time8.4.1Period of time8.4Time8.4.7.3Interval3hour; span of sixty minutes8.4.4Telling time8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1Period of time8.4Time4ebiseera mu lunakuEsaawa jinga?What is the time?8.4.4Telling time8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1Period of time8.4Timeesaawa nitulaadvsunrise; time when the sun first appears in the east8.4.1.2.3Time of the day1.1.1Sun

esaawa yʼohungalonwrist watch8.4.4Telling time8.4.4.2Clock, watchesaawa yosiyoosiadvIdiom. anytime8.4Time8.4.3Indefinite time8.1.5.1Some9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns

esaawa nitulaadvsunrise; time when the sun first appears in the east8.4.1.2.3Time of the day1.1.1Sunder. ofesaawa

etamusiyaetamusiyanumbrella; device to provide a shade from sunshine or rain that can be folded and unfoldedNgendire mu fula ne ndindoola olwohuba mbaaye nʼetamusiya.I walked in the rain but I did not get wet because I had an umbrella.Synemanvuuli1.1.3.3Rain1.1.1Sun

etangaalwen1broad daylightGebire emicungwa mutangaalwe muweene.He stole oranges in broad daylight.8.3.3Light8.3.3.1.1Light source1.1.1Sun2midday8.4.1.2.3Time of the day

ohumesyavshine; emit light very quickly and in a short timeLeha humehesya etooki mu moni ja baatu.Don’t shine the torch in people’s eyes.8.3.3.1.2Bright8.3.3.1.1Light source8.3.3.1Shine1.1.1Sunohumyasavdazzle, flash brightly, of light e.g., lightning8.3.3.1.2Bright8.3.3Light1.1.3.6Lightning, thunder8.3.3.1Shine

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

ohuŋasa1v1burn to cinders, esp. foodAŋahiise mwogo eyʼabaaye ni gohya.He has burnt to cinders the cassava he was roasting.5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods2cause s.t. to be scorched by the sun5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot1.1.1Sun5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohwaduhav1burn and show off lightEtaala yaaduhire obwire bwosibwosi.The lamp burned the whole night.5.5.1Light a fire8.3.3.1.2Bright5.5.4Burn8.3.3.1.1Light source5.5.5What fires produce5.5Fire2shine; show light and brightnessEryuba lyaduha.The sun shines.8.3.3.1.2Bright8.3.3.1Shine8.3.3.4Shiny1.1.1Sunohwadusa etaalavlight a lantern8.3.3.1.1Light source

ohwadusa omulirovignite; light a fire5.5.1Light a fire5.5.2Tend a fire

ohwohyav1roast; put food directly on fire so as to cook itEngoho bayiriye njohye; sibayirungire.The chicken was roasted before eating; it was not boiled.5.2.1.1Cooking methods5.5Fire2scorch; apply heat to s.t. to shrivel itOmumwi gwaduhire gwohya ebirime.The sun has scorched the crops.5.5.4Burn1.1.1Sun5.2.1.1Cooking methods3burn set fire to s.t. so as to roast it or to burn it to cindersEhitali higenderere abaana basobola ohwohya enju ni bagudusa omuliro.Accidentally, children can burn a house when playing with fire.5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.5Fireeŋongo eyʼohwohyanoffering, sacrifice for burning3.3.5Offer6.8.3.1Give, donate4.9.5.5Offering, sacrifice4.8.4.3Appeaseohwohya ahasanjavperform a traditional ceremony where dry banana leaves used for a bed by the bereaved are burnt three days (for a male corpse) or four days after burial (for a female corpse)2.6.6.3Funeral2.6.6.5Bury

omuusiadv1daylight; daytime between seven o’clock in the morning and six o’clock in the eveningEbisolo ebisinga obungi byaya mu muusi byaŋenyuha owiire.Most animals feed during the day and sleep at night.8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.3.3Light8.3.3.1.1Light source1.1.1Sun2afternoonOnaaje olwaŋahani mu muusi.You come today in the afternoon.8.4.1.2.3Time of the day