ebayeebaye1weed; any grass growing where it should not1.5Plant6.2.4Tend a field2wild millet-like weedEbaye linaba mu muga gwʼobule sibwama.When the wild millet-like weed grows in the millet field, it adversely affects the yield.Ebaye eŋere liba egosi lyʼohwabula hu bule.The young millet-like weed is difficult to distinguish from growing millet.sp. Eleusine indica fam. Bambuseae188.8.131.52Crop failure1.5.3Grass, herb, vine1.5.7Plant diseases
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ohubabuha1become scorchedAmatu gababuhire nʼoluŋiira.Banana leaves are wilted by burning grass.5.5.4Burn184.108.40.206Cooking methods2become wilted, of leaves220.127.116.11Crop failure1.5.6Growth of plants1.5.7Plant diseasesohubabula1wilt; heat leaves over fire in order to wilt and soften them18.104.22.168Cooking methods2scorch5.5.4Burn22.214.171.124Cooking methods
ohuleeŋabecome long or tall126.96.36.199Stretch188.8.131.52To a larger degree8.2.2Long8.2Big184.108.40.206Tall220.127.116.11Extend18.104.22.168Increaseohuleeŋereraetiolate; grow tall in an unusual way, e.g., with sparse leaves due to lack of light22.214.171.124Tall1.5.6Growth of plants1.5.7Plant diseasesohuleeŋyalengthen, stretch; cause to become long or tall by pulling126.96.36.199Stretch188.8.131.52To a larger degree8.2.2Long184.108.40.206Tall
ohuŋotohawilt, wither, shrivel: become thinOmwana wuwe gaŋotoheeye hu mubiri.His child has wasted away while still being nursed.Omumwi gwaduhire luhulu ebirime byaŋotoha.There was a lot of sunshine that made the crops to wilt.220.127.116.11Thin person18.104.22.168Decrease22.214.171.124Crop failure126.96.36.199To a smaller degree8.2.1Small1.5.6Growth of plants188.8.131.52Malnutrition, starvation1.5.7Plant diseasesohuŋotosacause s.t. to wither or waste away184.108.40.206Thin person220.127.116.11Decrease18.104.22.168To a smaller degree8.2.1Small1.5.6Growth of plants22.214.171.124Malnutrition, starvation
siriryasiriryasmall insect pest that eats the leaves of cow peas and potato vinesSirirya saganya pindi hwama.The pests do allow cow peas to do well.Sirirya atera hulya amalibo ohwʼenangaala.The leaves of potato vines are usually eaten by pests in the dry spell.126.96.36.199Crop failure188.8.131.52Insect1.5.7Plant diseases