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amaajinwater; liquid that is odourless, colourless, tasteless and translucent. It is necessary in the life of human beings, animals and plantsNutuhiiseho ohuganywa amaaji gatambisiwa nʼomuhubatisa mwosi.Apart from being drunk water is also used when baptising.1.3Wateramaaji agesobelen/well water1.3.6Water quality1.3Water1.3.1Bodies of water1.3.1.4Spring, wellamaaji agomulubumbunwater trapped in the topmost young banana leaf1.3Water1.3.1Bodies of wateramaaji agomwiroŋonpool; small area of still water, in a contrived or natural hollow1.3.1.1Ocean, lake1.3.1.2Swamp1.3.1Bodies of wateramaaji amangunIdiom. clean water without other substances dissolved in it1.3.6Water quality1.3Wateramaaji gomukombenwater in a tree hollow1.3Water1.3.1Bodies of wateramaaji ogomulugogonwater trapped in banana stem1.3Water1.3.1Bodies of water

amaaji agesobelen/well waterAmaji agesobele gabaamo ebiinuguse ebindi.Well water has minerals dissolved in it.1.3.6Water quality1.3Water1.3.1Bodies of water1.3.1.4Spring, wellder. ofamaaji

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

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.; 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.; 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

nayikootenayikootenborehole; well sunk with a hole underground to the water table that has a pump for drawing waterAmaaji ga nayikoote gaba mahosa ohusinga agʼesobere.Borehole water is cleaner than well water.6.6.7Working with water1.3.1.4Spring, well

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., wring7.3.2.9Push7.3.2.7Take something out of something

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. 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. movement7.2.1.1Walk2.3.2.5Quiet3.2.3.3Secret

ohwehulungula embirovIdiom. flow quickly, of waterEnjabi musosi jehulungula embiro.Rivers in mountains flow fast. of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour1.3.1.4Spring, wellder. ofembiro