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amayereranhalf-crushed millet that falls off the grinding stone, during the process of grinding5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.6.2Mill grain5.2.1.2.3Grind flour

ehidembuadj1easyEbyaliŋo somo dembu, naye Ohubala hwomu.History is an easy subject, but Mathematics is difficult.Ohulera omwana hidembu ohusinga ohulima.Baby sitting is easier than digging in the field.7.5.8Simple, complicated6.1.3.2Succeed6.1.3.1Easy, possible3.2.4.2Understandable2soft; doughyEroba liba edembu mu mugaduho.The ground becomes soft after rainfall.Obwoya bwʼekapa budembu nʼobuŋambaho.The cats hairs are soft on touching them.Obuuji buba budembu.Porridge is doughy.Efula yiguuye nyingi, ŋahani ehyalo hiri nʼobudembu obuhena ohulima.It has been raining a lot, now the ground has suitable softness for cultivation.8.3.2Texture8.3.6.5Soft, flimsy2.3.5Sense of touch3fine; containing small particlesObusyanu budembu ohusinga enjehe.Flour is finer than sand.8.3.2Texture8.2.3.1Thin thing5.2.1.2.3Grind flour8.2.1Smallehidembu ehifumbiheadjmalleable; s.t. able to be bent that does not break easily1.2.2.3Metal8.3.6.1Strong, brittleehidembu ehireberaadjflimsy8.2.3.3Thin person7.8.1Break8.3.6.5Soft, flimsy8.2.3.1Thin thing2.4.2Weak8.3.6.1Strong, brittle2.4Body condition

eso2esonsmall upper stone used when grinding milletOhusa obule hyetagisa eso hu lubaale.To grind millet you need a smaller stone for crushing the grain on the larger one.6.7.2Pounding tool6.2.6.2Mill grain5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation5.2.1.2.2Pound in mortar and pestle7.7.6Grind5.2.1.2.3Grind flour

legolegolegolegonflour mill; building in which there is a machine for grain milling6.2.6.2Mill grain5.2.1.2.3Grind flour
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