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ebegaamabeganshoulder; either of the two parts of the body at each side of the neck that join the arms to the bodyOmuutu anasahuluŋa amabega gahotama.When s.b. grows old, the shoulders droop.2.1.2Torso2.1.3.1Armamabegandance; where the dancer wriggles the shoulders4.2.4Dance

egagaamagaganshoulder2.1.2Torso2.1.3.1Armohubbwaga amagagavIdiom. shrug; move your shoulders as a sign rebellion, rejection, or disdain3.3.5.2Reject3.5.6.1Gesture4.3.2.1Despise someone4.5.4.6Rebel against authority

ehikondeebikonden1blow, punch; hit with a folded palm4.8.2Fight7.7Physical impact4.7.7Punish4.8.2.3Attack2.5.3Injure7.7.1Hit2fist; hand with fingers folded and kept tightOhusoola hwali hwepusi; ŋaŋumire simbo.It was a fist fight; there were no sticks.2.1.3.1Arm

ehipuusiebipuusinfist; hand with fingers and thumb folded and kept firm, esp. for a fightNibasooye bahubbeene puusi, sibatambihise simbo.They used fists only when fighting; they did not use sticks.2.1.3.1Arm

ehyabavar.ehyaba hyʼengaloehyaba hyʼohuguluebyabanthe inner part of the hand between wrist and fingers or the inner part of the foot between heel and toes.Gataye enooti yʼolukumi mu hyaba ehyʼengalo yʼomusungi hu lusimbo lwʼamaduuka.He placed a one thousand shillings note in the palm of a beggar at the veranda of the shops.Yambala engato amaŋwa gatahusimita ebyaba byamagulu gago.Wear shoes so that thorns don’t prick your soles.2.1.3.2Leg2.1.3.1Armohutaŋera ehyabanIdiom. little quantity; barely a handful, so little an amount that it does not fill hands cupped to carry it9.3.1.2To a small degree8.1.3.2Few, little

ehyomungaloebyomungalonhand; s.t. in the hands2.1.3.1Arm

ekoholwaekoholwanelbow; joint of a human body between the lower part of the arm and that one joined to the shoulder2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.3.1Arm

ekwaŋaekwaŋanarmpit; hollow part under the arm at the shoulder2.1.3.1Arm2.1.3Limbohuta mu ekwaŋavIdiom. jealously keep to yourself4.4.4.5Protect7.4.5Keep something

engaloengalonhand; part of the body that is at the end of the arm.2.1.3.1Armohulera engalovIdiom. be lazy6.1.2.4.2Lazy

omuhono1emihonon1arm; one of the two parts of the body that are fixed on to the shoulders that have hands at the ends2.1.3.1Arm2.1.3Limb2palm and fingers of the part of the body that starts from the shoulderEmihono njʼejiŋamba ebiitu.It is hands that handle things.2.1.3.1Arm3oluyiEgosi siricuhira hu muhono omulungi.The neck does not turn on the right side.8.6.3Side2.1.2Torso4signature, handwriting; an indicator that you are the one who wrote or you agree with what was writtenTaaho omuhono hu hiŋandiiho.Put your signature on the document.Bona ehiŋandiiho hino; hiri mu muhono gwange.Look at this document; it is in my handwriting.9.7.1Name of a person3.5.7.2Written material3.5.7.1Write5branch, tributary, subsidiary; part of a bigger or more important thingManafa muhono gwa Pologoma; St. Andrew Mbale muhono gwaMukono University; SIL Entebbe muhono gwa SIL. InternationalManafa River is a tributary of Pologoma River; St. Andrew Mbale is a subsidiary of Mukono University; SIL Entebbe is a branch of. SIL International1.3.1.3River4.6.3Government organization4.2.1.8Organization8.1.6.1Part3.2.3.2Area of knowledge6handle; part of a metallic toolManafa muhono gwa Pologoma; St. Andrew Mbale muhono gwaMukono University; SIL Entebbe muhono gwa SIL. InternationalManafa River is a tributary of Pologoma River; St. Andrew Mbale is a subsidiary of Mukono University; SIL Entebbe is a branch of. SIL InternationalOmuhono gwʼehidehu.The handle of a ladle.Omuhono gwʼehitiiyo.The handle of the spade.6.7.8Parts of toolsohugolola emihonovIdiom. surrender; give up doing s.t.4.8.3.4Surrender4.8.4.5Renounce claim, concede6.1.2.4.3Give upohuŋamba hu muhonovIdiom. help s.b. out of a bad situation; treat favourably4.3.4.5.1Provide for, support4.4.4.7Relief4.4.4Respond to someone in trouble4.3.4.2Helpomuhono omugoodanleft arm; arm of s.b. in Bunyole that faces west when that person faces Bugwere8.5.2.3Right, left2.1.3.1Arm2.1.3Limbomuhono omulunginright arm; person’s arm that faces east when that person faces Bugwere8.5.2.3Right, left2.1.3.1Arm2.1.3Limb

omuhono omugoodaemihono emigoodanleft arm; arm of s.b. in Bunyole that faces west when that person faces Bugwere8.5.2.3Right, left2.1.3.1Arm2.1.3Limbder. ofomuhono1

omuhono omulungiemihono emilunginright arm; person’s arm that faces east when that person faces Bugwere8.5.2.3Right, left2.1.3.1Arm2.1.3Limbder. ofomuhono1