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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

ehyaloebyalon1village, neighbourhood, locality; place where there is a settlementOmubbambafu Wicks amenyire mu hyalo hyʼe Mugulu.Mr. Wicks lives in Mugulu village.8.5Location8.5.3Be at a place8.5.4Area4.6.7.2City4.6.7Region4.1.4Neighbor8.5.4.1Vicinity4.6.7.4Community2country; area of land that forms an independent political unit with its own governmentEhyalo hya Uganda hirimo enimi nyingi.The country of Uganda has many languages.4.6.7.1Country3earth, world; planet on which human life has developed, esp. all people and their ways of lifeOmwesi gwetoloola ehyalo.The moon goes round the earth.1.1.1.3Planet1.2World4countryside; land that is not in town or in an industrial area, that is either used for farming or left in its natural conditionSamanyire biitu bingi ebyʼehibuga kuba ko gahaŋwanga mu hyalo.He does not know much about town because he has just come from the countryside.4.6.7.3Countrysideehyalo hyosihyosinglobe; whole earth or a representation of it7.2.4.8Map8.3.1.6Round1.2Worldohuseebula ehyalovEuph. die2.6.6Dieohwaya ehyalovIdiom. spread all over7.5.1.1Separate, scatter1.3.2.1Flow7.3.7.3Spread, smear7.5.7Multiple things moving

eroŋoamaloŋon1hole, hollow; space dug in the ground or a hole through an objectGayabire eroŋo omugabiihire amasisye agohugimuhisa ebirime bibye.He dug a hole in which he kept cow dung for fertilising his crops.Omwana ali nʼeroŋo mu lino.The child has a hole in the tooth.7.8.5Make hole, opening8.3.1.6.3Hollow1.2.1.5Underground6.6.2.1Mining7.8.6Dig2crater; opening on a mountain going deep into the ground through which cinders and ashes are ejectedOlusosi lunalehera ohuhaasa omuliro, eroŋo omugutulira lifuuha nyanja.When the volcano stops ejecting fire, the crater becomes a lake.1.2.1.5Underground1.2.1.2Volcano3spring; hole in the ground where water springs forthOmumwi gunatula, nʼamaloŋo agabamo esulo goosi gomera.During the dry season the holes where water springs up also dry up.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour1.3.1.4Spring, well

esobereesoberenwell, spring; deep hole in the ground from which water or oil can be obtainedAmaaji agʼesobre agatutubbuha malaŋi ohusinga agʼeroŋo.Water from a spring well is better than that from the water hole.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow6.6.7Working with water1.3.1.4Spring, wellesobere yʼamafutanoil well6.6.2.6Working with oil and gas1.2.3.2Oilesobere yʼomuuyangas well1.2.3.3Gas6.6.2.6Working with oil and gas

esuloesulonspring; place where water flows out from the groundMu ndobooli nʼesulo josi si jitusa maaji.During the dry season, even the springs don’t bring out water.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow6.6.7Working with water1.3.1.4Spring, well

etumbavar.etumbatumbaamatumban1hunchback; round raised part that is found on the back of a cow or a bull or sometimes on the back of people2.5.4.5Birth defect2.5.6.3Swell8.3.1.6.2Convex2.5.2Disease1.6.2Parts of an animal2meat; piece of meat cut from the hump of a cow6.3.7Animal products5.2.3.2Food from animals6.3.1.1Cattle5.2.3.2.1Meat3hump, bulge; round raised part on a level place or thing, e.g., those put across paths or roads to curb soil erosion or reduce speed2.5.6.3Swell8.3.1.6.2Convex4wave; series of raised lines of water that move across the surface of an area of water esp. the sea1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.4Wave1.3.2.5Calm, rough

eyengoamayengonwave; line of a hump-like swelling that develops on the surface of waterAmayengo gosi gahola hihulu mu husasania embego jʼebimera ebindi.Waves also play an important role in dispersing the seeds of some plants.1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.4Wave1.3.2.5Calm, rough

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

ohubibav1wash away all debris that running water finds in its wayOmubando gwabibire buli hiitu aŋagwabitanga.The flood washed away everything in its way.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow5.6Cleaning2remove by carrying away rubbishBibaŋo ebisasiro ebi obungihire aŋo nosaagula.Remove the trash you heaped there while sweeping.8.3.7.8.3Garbage7.4.5.2Throw away

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 water7.5.3Mix2ohuba mu mubandoOlwabi 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

ohudumbuulav1roil, agitate; stir up water so that dirt or particles remain in suspensionEgulo amaaji gʼesobere sigadaŋiha kuba baba bagadumbuuye.It is not possible to draw water from the well in the evening because by then it is stirred up.Gasajire ecupa ngʼomwenge gudumbuuha.He churned up the banana beer in the bottle and the dregs made it murky.1.3.6Water quality1.3.2.1Flow1.3.5Solutions of water7.5.3Mix2ohutabulaAdumbuuye ebihubaaye ni hutehateehire.He has mixed up whatever we had arranged.4.3.6.4Mistake7.5.3Mix

ohufuhiiravbe overfull, overflowing; e.g., as sauce in a pot when boiling over1.1.3.7Flood1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow8.1.8Full7.5.9.2Fill, cover

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

ohuhenenavpour liquid gently in order to leave any sediment at the bottom of the containerWange, keneneere omwenge gwange osigase esiŋo mutamu.Please, gently pour out beer for me from this pot leaving the dregs at the bottom.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour

ohuhohoosavwash away; flow and carry debris along1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow5.6Cleaning

ohuhwayavwash away with running waterOlwabi luhwayire emere yohwirungu yosiyosi.The river has washed away all the crops in the swamp.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow5.6Cleaning

ohujijuhavpour out a liquidEsongo yeŋenyehire amaaji gajijuha.The water pot tilted and the water poured out.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pourohujijuhahovpour out slightlySynohwoŋohaho1.3.2Movement of water7.3.2.7Take something out of something1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour