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egoboamagobonbank, shore; land along the edge of a river or a lake or a seaBaali bahosiira obutimba hwigobo lyʼenyanja.They were mending the nets at the shore of the sea.1.3.1.1Ocean, lake1.3.1.3River6.5.4.2Boundary1.3.1.5Island, shore8.6.3Side8.6.6Edge

ehibanda3ebibandan1s.t. that flows, e.g., a liquids that spreads out over an area1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour1.3.1.4Spring, well2s.t. that is knocked down to the ground7.3.1.4Knock over7.7Physical impact7.7.1Hit

ehigwirovar.ehigwiro hyʼedengeebigwironwaterfall; place where river water falls from a heightEhigwiro hyʼe Sipi hiri nga miita nkaga obuleeŋi.The water fall at Sipi is about 60m high.1.3.1.3Riverehigwiro hyemeerinseaport; mooring place7.5.2Join, attach7.2.4.2.1Boat7.5.4Tie6.5.1Buildingehigwiro hyʼendegenaerodrome, airport, airfield; built place where aeroplanes land7.2.4.3Fly

ehyambuebyambunford; place of shallow water where a swamp can be crossedAmaaji agali mu hyambu gahoma mu kengo yʼehibbonje.The water is ankle deep at the ford.1.3.1.3River

enjuhondepth; deepest part in the middle of a lake, sea or riverEnjuho ya Nalubaale yiri efuuti nkumi edatu nalusanvu nʼehumi na musanvu.The deepest part of lake Victoria is three thousand seven hundred and seventeen feet.1.3.1.1Ocean, lake1.3.1.3River8.2.6.5Deep, shallow8.2.6.4Low1.2.1.5Underground

enyanja2enyanjanswamp; water in a valley where papyri growEnyanja eŋwamo amafunjo agaluhiwamo epambo.Swamps are the source of the papyri from which mats are made.1.3.1.2Swamp1.3.1.3River1.3.1Bodies of water

erunguamalungunswamp; place between hills that often has water in some monthsSihiraŋi ohutongola enyumba mwirungu kuba yisobola ohubandiwamoamaaji.It is not good to build a house in a swamp because it can be flooded.Abaatu batambisa naikote esobere jomumalungu nijomeeye.People only use borehole water when the wells in swamps have dried up.Enjobe, masamba nʼembiri bitera huba mu malungu.The sitatungas, mash mongooses and the hippopotami usually stay in swamps.1.3.1.2Swamp1.3.1.3River1.3.1Bodies of water

eryomumaajinland in a marshy areaŋaŋuma mere ehula obulaŋi mwirungu hyʼomutyere.There is no other food crop that grows well in swamps like rice.Amacukuyu gahula bulaŋi mu ludodo.Cocoyams grow well in marsh land.1.3.1.2Swamp1.3.1.3River1.3.1Bodies of water

KiyiranRiver Nile; river flowing from lake Victoria to the Mediterranean Sea.1.3.1.3River1.3.1Bodies of water9.7.2.9Names of rivers

ohubandav1flow; spread out having started at one point, e.g., water or a creeping plant7.5.1.1Separate, scatter1.3.2.1Flow7.4.4Distribute7.5.7Multiple things moving7.5.9.2Fill, cover2overflow; flow in an uncontrollable manner1.1.3.7Flood1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow8.5.4.2Occupy an area1.3.2.6Tide7.5.9.2Fill, cover3flood; river water being in spateOgufula gwaguuye olwabi lwabanda.There was heavy rain and the river was in spate.Amaaji ga Manafa gabandire mu Namunasa.Water from Manafa river has flooded Namunasa.1.1.3.7Flood1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow8.5.4.2Occupy an area1.3.2.6Tide7.5.9.2Fill, cover4collide with, bump into; knock against s.t.Ehidirisi hyabandire omusaala.The car hit a tree.7.7Physical impact7.7.1Hitohubandaganavcollide; meet and bang each other violently, of multiple objects7.7Physical impact4.4.2.3Accident7.7.1Hitohubandanavcollide; meet and bang each other violently, of two objects7.7Physical impact7.7.1Hit

ohubitavoverflow esp. of a riverOlwabi olwijuuye lubitiiye hu luguudo lwaleha omwala kuba gubaaye gwijuuye.The river in spate by passed the overflowing bridge when crossing the road.1.1.3.7Flood1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow8.5.4.2Occupy an area1.3.2.6Tide7.5.9.2Fill, coverohubitahovpass over; move past7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitamovMetaphor. succeed in getting over some problem6.1.3.2Succeedohubitaŋovmove past a place7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitiravpass via8.5.2Direction9.5.1.6.2Path (of movement)7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitiramovpass through, go across a place8.5.1.6Across7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitiriravgo non-stop past a place7.3.6.3Limit7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohubitiirisavoverdo, exceed, increase past the limit, do s.t. to the excess4.3.6.1Lack self-control8.3.7.2Better7.3.6.3Limit8.1.7.1Extra8.1.4More3.5.1.3.6Exaggerate

ohuduluma hwʼamaajivflow fast, of water, esp. during the rainy seasonOhuduluma hwʼamaaji huhulegera ndolu onagadoohe.The running of water directs you how wade when crossing.1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pourder. ofohuduluma

ohudumbaana1v1meet and mix, of water in riversAmaaji ga Manafa nʼaga Nakwasi gadumbaanira e Buŋaaji.River Manafa water and that of Nakwasi mix at Buŋaaji.1.3.2.1Flow1.3.5Solutions of water7.5.3Mix2floodOlwabi ludumbeene.The river is in spate.1.1.3.7Flood1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow8.5.4.2Occupy an area1.3.2.6Tide7.5.9.2Fill, coverohudumbaaniavmix5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation1.3.5Solutions of water7.5.3Mix

ohuhamuhav1dripOmubisi guhamuhire mu malafu.The juice has flowed from the ripe bananas.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.3Drip2flow from1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour1.3.1.4Spring, wellohuhamulavsqueeze; press s.t. so as to get a liquid from it7.7.4Press8.3.1.5.2Twist, wring7.3.2.9Push7.3.2.7Take something out of something

ohulanda1v1flow, of a liquidAmasiga gamulandire hu matama.Tears flowed on her cheeks.1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour2grow creeping along the ground, like some plants1.5.6Growth of plants

ohunyololohav1meander; flow in a gentle, winding mannerHu museetwe olwabi lunyololoha hunyololoha ni lwebodyosa.On a plain the river flows gently and in a winding manner.1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour1.3.1.4Spring, well2walk silently in a stealthy mannerGanyololohire hunyoloha natenda husisimusa baana.She walked silently in a stealthy manner not to awaken the children.1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.1.1Walk2.3.2.5Quiet3.2.3.3Secret

ohusalaanavflood; overflow the banksOlwabi lwijuuye amaaji gasalana buli ŋaatu.The river is full and the water is flowing every where.1.1.3.7Flood1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow8.5.4.2Occupy an area1.3.2.6Tide7.5.9.2Fill, coverohusalaaniavdiverge, part ways, taking different directions; cause to scatter, split e.g., due to quarrelling7.5.1.1Separate, scatter7.4.4Distribute7.5.7Multiple things moving

ohusoboyavflow out continuouslySeseeba agira ebobe lya soboyoha husoboyoha.A cold makes the mucus flow.1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour

ohusomohavpass though or over s.t. long, e.g., a bridge or a tunnel7.2.3.5Move past, over, throughohusomosavtransport, carry people or goods across a river7.3Move something1.3.1.3River7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transport
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