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asingavar.osingaabasingantop-ranking person; s.b. who attained the highest or best position, rank status or degree8.3.7.5Important4.5.1Person in authority4.1.2Types of people4.3.2Admire someone4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class

ehinakikiniebinakikinintransvestite; man who dresses and behaves like a woman2.6.5Male, female4.1.2Types of people2.6.2.3Sexual immorality2.6.2Sexual relations

namatunguluabanamatungulunyoung adolescent girlNamatungulu asikirisa abasinde.A young adolescent girl attracts men.4.1.9.1.4Son, daughter4.1.2Types of people2.6.5.2Woman2.6.4.3Youth

nambadiabanambadinTaboo. transvestite; man who behaves like a woman2.6.5Male, female4.1.2Types of people2.6.2.3Sexual immorality2.6.2Sexual relations

natabo wa baseereabanatabo ba baseerenonly daughter; single girl born among many boys4.1.9.1.4Son, daughter4.1.9.1.9Birth order4.1.2Types of people2.6.5.2Woman

obumaliadjblack, blackness, darkness; colour that does not reflect lightEhibange ehihale hiba himali nʼesiro.A pot where millet meals are prepared is black with soot.Obumali si bulwaye.Having a dark complexion is not a disease.8.3.3.3.4Colors of the spectrum8.3.3.3Color8.3.3.3.2Blackomuutu omumalinblack-skinned person, African; s.b. who resembles darkness4.1.9.9Race4.1.2Types of people8.3.3.3.2Black

ohwambuhav1cross a body of water, esp. a river or swampOlwejo hwambuhire enyanja.We crossed a river yesterday.8.5.1.6Across7.2.3.5Move past, over, through7.2.4.2Travel by water2Metaphor. survive; come through difficulties4.4.3.7Surviveohwambusavcarry people or goods across a body of water7.3Move something7.2.4.2.1Boat7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transportomwambuha nyanjanIdiom. foreigner4.1.2Types of people4.6.2.1Foreigner

omubbaababbanbig, important person; s.b., with a high status in society, either male or female8.3.7.5Important4.5.1Person in authority4.1.2Types of people4.3.2Admire someone4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class

omuhaanaabahaanangirl; adolescent female personAbaana bahaana benda bugali ohwʼeŋoona.Girls like grooming themselves very much.2.6.4.2Child4.1.9.1.4Son, daughter4.1.2Types of people2.6.5.2Woman2.6.4.3Youthomuhaana wandaughter4.1.9.1.4Son, daughter4.1.2Types of people2.6.5.2Woman

omuhuluabahulun1omusahulu, omuutu omubba, omuutu omwegingihiriri; omuutuomwegingihiriri mu byʼobuŋugiPulezidenti muutu muhulu.The President is an important person.8.3.7.5Important4.5.1Person in authority4.1.2Types of people4.3.2Admire someone4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class2elder, old, elderly person; s.b. more advanced in years than others2.6.4Stage of life2.6.4.5Old person4.1.2Types of people2.6.4.4Adultmuhulu yangenelder sibling; older brother or sister4.1.9.1.3Brother, sister

omulwasiyaabalwasiyaEnglishnRussian; s.b. of Russian originAbalwasya njʼabasokire ohuŋeeresa omuutu mu buwengula.The Russians were the first to send s.b. into space.4.1.9.9Race4.1.2Types of people
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