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asundayeabasundayensquatting, crouching person; s.b. who has lowered the body in a sitting posture and sustains this posture supporting it by the thigh muscles onlyAbasirikale balomanga nʼabasibe abasundaaye so si ni behaaye, oba abemereeye.The policemen talked to the prisoners who were squatting and not sitting or standing. down7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1.2Sit7.1Posture7.1.5Bowohusindiha asundayevIdiom. command s.b. who is eager to obey; s.b. who expects the command4.5.3Exercise authority4.5.3.2Command

ehigodamiebigodaminbent; s.t. that is not straight8.3.1.5Bend

ehigodyoseebigodyosens.t. that is curved8.3.1.5Bend

ehiŋonyajamiebiŋonyajamins.t. crooked in several places8.3.1.5Bend

ehyegedigediebyegedigedins.t. bent8.3.1.5Bend

engodaengodan1sickle; knife with a curved end that is used for pruning crops or harvesting rice6.2.8Agricultural tool6.7.1Cutting tool2curve8.3.1.5Bend

ohufudavbend8.3.1.5Bend7.1.8Bend down7.1.9Move a part of the bodyohufudulavdo a somersault; move or a jump in a rolling way, either forwards or backwards7.3.5Turn something7. bending over7.1.8Bend down6.6Occupation6.1Workohufufuduhavmove in an unnoticed crouch and appear in another place7.6Hide7.2.1Manner of movement7.1.8Bend down7. straight; not bent or warped8.3.1.5Bend

ohugodyavmake a crooked line, esp. when ironing clothes8.3.1.5Bend5.6.4Wash clothes

ohuhunama1var.ohuhunamiriravbend over; lean forward at the waist, without bending the knees8.3.1.5Bend7.1.8Bend down7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1Posture7.1.5Bow

ohuŋonyamiriravbe in a bent shape8.3.1.5Bend

ohusogonyala1vstoop; project the buttocksOmusahulu asogonyala nʼagenda.An old man stoops over when walking. down7.1.9Move a part of the body7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty2.6.4.5Old person7.1Posture7.1.5Bow

ohutefudavbe straight; not bent or warpedOhuwiiha embaawo mu hiŋolu hijiretera ohuteefuda.Keeping timber covered under a shade makes them remain straight, so they don’t warp. ofohufuda

ohwefudungavbend yourself downGefudungire nasidiha engato jije.He bent himself when buckling his shoes. down7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1Posture7.1.5Bow

ohwefumbav1cringe; cowerOmwibi bamuhubbanga ni gefumbamo.A thief is beaten while cringing. down2bend; curl up. e.g., of leaves when dry8.3.1.5Bend7.1.8Bend down7.1.9Move a part of the bodyder. ofohufumba
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