Search results for "Types of people"
obumaliblack, 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.18.104.22.168.4Colors of the spectrum22.214.171.124Color126.96.36.199.2Blackomuutu omumaliblack-skinned person, African; s.b. who resembles darkness188.8.131.52Race4.1.2Types of people184.108.40.206.2Black
ohwambuha1cross a body of water, esp. a river or swampOlwejo hwambuhire enyanja.We crossed a river yesterday.220.127.116.11Across18.104.22.168Move past, over, through22.214.171.124Travel by water2Metaphor. survive; come through difficulties126.96.36.199Surviveohwambusacarry people or goods across a body of water7.3Move something188.8.131.52.1Boat7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transportomwambuha nyanjaIdiom. foreigner4.1.2Types of people184.108.40.206Foreigner
omuhuluabahulu1dignitary; important person; respected person; high-ranking personPulezidenti muutu muhulu.The President is an important person.220.127.116.11Important4.5.1Person in authority4.1.2Types of people4.3.2Admire someone18.104.22.168High status22.214.171.124Social class2elder, old, elderly person; s.b. more advanced in years than others2.6.4Stage of life126.96.36.199Old person4.1.2Types of people188.8.131.52Adultmuhulu yangeelder sibling; older brother or sister184.108.40.206.3Brother, sister