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ameenoeriinon1teeth; parts of the body of s.b. or an animal in the mouth that are used for biting and chewing2.1.1.5Tooth2cogs; component parts that can be joined to make tools6.7.8Parts of tools6.7.9Machineameeno amegerehinoverlapping teeth; those teeth that grow in a compact way and not in a line2.1.1.5Toothameeno ganasaŋanIdiom. person who is in an insecure place is the one who is in a place where he expects adverse consequences4.4.2Trouble4.4.2.1Problem3.2.5.3Doubt3.4.1.5Confidentohutusa mu meeno ga nasaŋavIdiom. redeem; save from danger4.4.4.4Save from trouble4.7.6.1Acquit7.2.6.4Set free4.9.5.7Salvation4.4.4.6Free from bondage4.7.7.6Pardon, release

ameeno amegerehinoverlapping teeth; those teeth that grow in a compact way and not in a line2.1.1.5Toothder. ofameeno

ebbongoamabbongon1gap; space among things, where one is missingGabayeŋo ebbongo niryasamiriye mu biŋamba.There was an open gap between the potato heaps.8.5.4.4Interval, space2gap in the jaw where a tooth is missing2.5.2.4Tooth decay5.4.4Care for the teeth2.1.1.5Tooth

ebbongohiamabbongohinbroken tooth that causes the teeth to not be all equal5.4.4Care for the teeth2.1.1.5Tooth

egigoamagigonmolar; one of the teeth that crush food in the mouth2.1.1.5Tooth

egweriegwerintooth of a warthog that protrudes from its mouthEgweri liba liino erinawula erihula lyabita mugahye.The protruding tooth of a warthog is the incisor tooth that out grows the rest.2.1.1.5Tooth1.6.2Parts of an animal

ejehereroejehereronincisor; front tooth2.1.1.5Tooth

ejeheroamajeheronincisor; one of the front teeth that are used for biting and cuttingAmajehero gange gosi gosi gabulunguhire ninaguye hu gali.All my incisors broke when I fell off the bicycle.2.5.2.4Tooth decay2.1.1.5Tooth

ekooleekoolengap in the mouth where teeth have been removed as a cultural norm5.4.6Ritual scar2.5.2.4Tooth decay2.1.1.5Tooth

epanyaepanyantooth gap; natural tooth gap in the upper teeth2.5.2.4Tooth decay2.1.1.5Tooth

eriinoameenon1tooth; one of the bones that bite and chew food in the mouthAmeeno gaŋira ehiseera hireeŋi ko gabola omuutu anafa.Teeth take a very long time to rot after death.2.1.1.5Tooth2toothache; disease affecting the teeth2.5.2.4Tooth decay2.1.1.5Toothohweta mu meeno ganasaŋavIdiom. endanger yourself4.4.4.8Risk

esyakaamasyakan1ivory; bangle or ring made from the elephant tusks or animal horn6.6.4.4Working with bone8.3.3.3.1White5.3.4Clothes for special occasions1.6.2Parts of an animal2tusk; tooth of an animal that grows to protrude from the mouthWakooye masyaka?Did you give [a bride wealth] of tusks for me? [i.e. the bride wealth is not too large to be returned].2.1.1.5Tooth1.6.2Parts of an animal3clerical collar5.3.6Parts of clothing5.3.5Clothes for special people

ohubolavrot, decay, decompose; become bad of a living thing so that it stinksOmulambo gwʼomwibi eyibetire gwaboleeye aŋo; sibagusihire.The body of the murdered thief decomposed at the spot where he died; it was not buried.1.4.1Dead things8.3.7.8Decayohubola ameenovhave unbrushed smelly teeth2.5.2.4Tooth decay2.1.1.5Tooth

ohubola ameenovhave unbrushed smelly teeth2.5.2.4Tooth decay2.1.1.5Toothder. ofohubola

ohwehongolavloose a tooth; usually milk teeth in children2.5.2.4Tooth decay5.4.4Care for the teeth2.1.1.5Toothder. ofohuhongola2