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ehiŋindi1ebiŋindin1crowd, herd, group, mass, multitude, abundance, collection; many people or domestic animals in one place.Ehiŋindi hyʼabaatu hyatiinire ohumubona olugalwaye.A group of people went to see him when he was ill.Ehiŋindi hyʼeŋombe hibitire.A herd of cattle has just passed., much8.1.7.1Extra4.2.1.7Crowd, group8.1.3.3Group of things2class; year in schoolEhiŋindi hyʼenkumi ebiri abaana babitire bulaŋi ohusinga ehyʼenkumi ebiri nʼene.(The class of) the year two thousand did better than (that of) two thousand and four.3.6.2School3.6.4Class, lesson

emungoemungonheap; pile of thingsEmungo yʼamabale.A pile of stones., pile7.5.1Gather8.1.3.3Group of things

ohubbahabbahanav1eat ravenously or greedilyAbaana basomi babbahabbahana hubbahabbahana ebiryo.School children eat ravenously.5.2.2Eat5.2.2.4Manner of eating2rake in; collect s.t. in a hurry6.8.2.6Collect7.5.1Gather

ohugerehavpile; heap together, one item on top of another6.8.2.6Collect7.5.9.1Load, pile7.5.1Gather8.1.3.3Group of things

ohugohavcollect far too much, even to the extent of what is unnecessary6.8.2.6Collect8.1.7.1Extra6.2.5.3Gather wild plants7.5.1Gather

ohuhwayiramovindiscriminately collect items, including unnecessary things6.8.2.6Collect6.2.5.3Gather wild plants7.5.1Gather

ohusoojavcollect; gather together things of a similar kindWamwange ali muhusooja ebbesa ejʼohuhola ehiija e Maaka.My husband is collecting money for making a pilgrimage to Mecca. wild plants7.5.7Multiple things moving7.5.1Gather

ohuyoolav1scoop up s.t. in the hands7.8.6Dig2scoop up a ghost and take where it wants to settle. This involves scooping sand from where s.b. who is a spirit medium fallsOhuyoola ehiigu (ohuyoola omujehe aŋa musamisi agwa).To scoop up a ghost (this involves scooping sand from where s.b. who is a spirit medium falls). things using a shovel6.7.1.2Digging tool4collect things and put them where they may stay6.8.2.6Collect7.5.9Put6.2.5.3Gather wild plants7.5.7Multiple things moving7.5.1Gather