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bugaliadvtoo much, very much; s.t. done that exceeds the usual way of it being done or happeningAbalangirira omupiira bahayaana bugali egoolo yinateebewa.The football fans shout very much when a goal is scored.8.1.3.1Many, much9.3Very

buheehereadjmany; plenty ofAli nʼebyagi buheehere.He has many granaries.8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra9.3.1.1To a large degree8.1.4More8.1Quantity

cikuminumone hundred; quantity of ten times ten8.1.1.1Cardinal numberscikumi muganyasinumIdiom. quantity that is uncountable8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.2Count

cikumi muganyasinumIdiom. quantity that is uncountable8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.2Countder. ofcikumi

ebyʼamaaniadjmany, much, excess; when s.t. is more than necessary or more than expected8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra9.3.1.1To a large degree8.1.4More8.1Quantity

eduulieduulinabundance; things are in abundance when they are very many8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra4.4.1Prosperity

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.6.8.2.6Collect8.1.3.1Many, 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

ehitabalihaebitabalihanuncountable thing; s.t. that can’t be counted8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.2Count

endulunduendulunduns.t. teeming in great quantity or numbers; masses in the same place or many things togetherEndulundu yʼebisiisa.Insects in abundance.8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra9.3.1.1To a large degree8.1.4More4.2.1.7Crowd, group8.2Big8.1Quantity

obufuhunyiahafuhunyin1numerous quantity; teeming number8.1.3.1Many, much4.2.1.7Crowd, group8.1.3.3Group of things2Taboo. Metaphor. heap of faeces2.2.8Defecate, feces

obungi1nplenteousness; large quantityEmere eri mu bungi.Food is in plenty.8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra9.3.1.1To a large degree8.1.4More8.1Quantity2adjmany, muchEŋombe jiri mu bungi, amaaji gali mu bungi nyuni joosi jili mu bungi.Cattle are in plenty, water is much and birds are also many.8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra9.3.1.1To a large degree8.1.4More8.1Quantityehisinga obunginmost numerous thing; s.t. that is greatest in number, quantity or amount all the time8.1.5.5Most, least9.3.1Degree8.1.5.4Most, almost all

ohubbiraganavabound; be plentifulOyo gasaaye abaana abaŋeraho ko nʼabababojo babe, bosibosi babbirageene ŋango.That one gave birth to several children and there are her brothers’ children too, all these abound in her home.8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra4.4.1Prosperity

ohubbiriganiavhave far beyond what is needed; have an excess8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra8.1.4More

ohunyalala2vMetaphor. have many children within a few years8.1.3.1Many, much2.6.3Birth2.6.3.8Fertile, infertile

ohuŋesa1vhave plenty of s.t.Aŋehiise eswa.He has plenty of white ants.8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.7.1Extra9.3.1.1To a large degree8.1.4More8.1Quantity

ohusaasamovincrease; multiplyMuliranwa wuwe gamwegehire embusi ndala ne ni ŋabitireŋo emyaha etaanu gaali asahiiseemo ehumi.His neighbour entrusted him with one goat and after five years he had increased them to ten.8.1.3.1Many, much8.3.1.9Stretch7.5.2.3Add to something6.8.2Accumulate wealth9.3.1.3To a larger degree8.1.7.1Extra8.2Big7.3.4.7Extend8.1.4.2Increase

ohutabalihavbe uncountable, innumerable8.1.3.1Many, much8.1.2Count
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