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ebeereamabeerenbreast; one of the two soft round parts on a woman’s chest that produces milk when she has a babySaata mabeere gage mu haleega.She does not put her breasts in a brassiere.2.1.8.4Female organs2.1.2Torso

egiamagin1egg; rounded or oval object with a shell that is laid by a bird or a reptile1.6.3.1Egg2ovum; part of a female animal or bird, that is the initial beginning of the development of another person, animal or birdEgi eritegatire nʼobumo obusinde siryalula.An ovum that does not come into contact with the male gamete does not develop.2.6.3.1Pregnancy2.1.8.4Female organs1.6.3Animal life cycleegi ehalangenfried egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggegi eŋogotonsoft-shelled egg1.6.3.1Eggegi erifubirenegg that has failed to hatch8.3.7.8Decay1.6.3.1Eggegi eryohyenroasted egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggegi etuubanboiled egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Egg

ehidaebidan1stomach; part of the body where food is digestedEhida ehibbala hitegeesa endya eyʼehigaaga.Big stomach shows eating rich food.8.2.3.2Fat person2.1.2Torso2.1.8.2Stomach1.6.2Parts of an animal2pregnancy; situation when a woman is pregnantSarah ali hida.Sarah is pregnant.2.6.3.1Pregnancy3womb, uterus; part of the female body where a child is createdOhuba nʼomwana mu hida.Be with child in the womb.2.1.8.4Female organs2.6.3.2Fetus4lineage; ancestry; parentage; family lineEhida hya Mugoya.Mugoya’s family.4.1.9.1.2Father, mother4.1.9.1Related by birth4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmother4.1.9Kinshipohuba ehidavIdiom. be pregnant2.6.3.1Pregnancyohutoola ehidavIdiom. conceive; get pregnant2.6.3.1Pregnancyomugendera hidanEuph. snake1.6.1.3.1Snakeowʼehida ehiralanIdiom. twin; same womb sibling8.1.1.1.2Two2.6.3.7Multiple births

ehiguboebigubonovary; female organ that produces ova in a woman2.1.8.4Female organs

ehihuluhutoebihuluhutonvaginal haemorrhage; heavy, abnormal vaginal bleeding, not menstruation2.1.8.4Female organs

ehinasaayeebinasaayenwomb; uterusOmwana ahulira mu hinasaaye.The child develops in the uterus.2.1.8.4Female organs2.6.3.2Fetus

embago2embagonTaboo. cloth used for cleaning up after sexual intercourseEndaalo jino abahasi bagenda nʼembago ko nʼobupiira mu saŋu jawe.These days women carry pieces of cloths and condoms in their handbags.2.1.8.4Female organs2.6.2Sexual relations

endoobeendooben1loincloth; g-string that covers the private parts only, and that passes between the buttocks5.3.3Traditional clothing5.3.1Men's clothing2sanitary pad; piece of cloth worn by a woman to cover the vagina during menstruation2.1.8.4Female organs

enjokesoenjokesonnipple, teat; part that sticks out from the breast of a mammal and through which milk is supplied to the young2.1.8.4Female organs2.1.2Torso1.6.2Parts of an animal

eswaŋinTaboo. blood shed during menstruationAli mu swaŋi.She is menstruating.2.1.8.4Female organs2.2.5Bleed, blood

nabaananabaananwomb, uterus; part inside the body where the foetus develops2.1.8.4Female organs2.6.3.2Fetus

obuhasinfemale reporductive organs2.1.8.4Female organs

ohubihisya omwesivomit a month without menstruation2.1.8.4Female organs

ohufungavar.ohufungaŋov1close and lock up6.7.5Fastening tool6.5.2.4Door7.3.6.1Shut, close6.5.2.5Window2dress a baby in a nappy2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby2.2.8Defecate, fecesohufungululavunlock7.3.6Open6.5.2.4Doorohwefungav1cover the private parts with a strip of cloth that is passed between the legs and over a belt tied at the waist at the back5.3.7Wear clothing2put on a sanitary pad during monthly period2.1.8.4Female organs5.3.7Wear clothingohwefungululavundress by removing a loin cloth ‘efungo’ that covers the private parts5.3.7Wear clothing

ohuheja ŋa muguluvIdiom. menstrual period2.1.8.4Female organslook up in the sky

ohulwala omwesivMetaphor. menstruate, have the monthly period2.1.8.4Female organsder. ofomwesi1

ohuswamiravTaboo. menstruate; be in the monthly periodOhuswamira hutera huhoma hu myaha ane nʼetaanu.Menstruating normally stops at the age of forty five years.2.1.8.4Female organs

ohwefungav1cover the private parts with a strip of cloth that is passed between the legs and over a belt tied at the waist at the backAbaatu bambala pale mu naku jino muhifo hyʼohwefunga.People wear trousers these days instead of wearing strips of cloths to cover their private parts.5.3.7Wear clothing2put on a sanitary pad during monthly periodOmuhasi anaba mu mwesi saja mu baatu natefungire.A woman in a monthly period does not go to the public without padding herself.2.1.8.4Female organs5.3.7Wear clothingder. ofohufunga

ohwetawaasavTaboo. wash yourself or ritually purify yourself; of a woman’s genital parts2.1.8.4Female organs4.9.5.6Religious purification5.6.2Bathe

oluseheesehen1fallopian tube; one of two tubes through which the ova pass on their way to the womb2.1.8.4Female organs2drinking tube; tube for sucking beerOlusehe lwʼomulala lumeesa mangu.Should you use a tube alone at a drinking party, you get drunk quickly.5.2.2.8Eating utensil5.2.3.7.2Drunk

omwesi1emyesin1month; one of the twelve divisions of time making a yearOmwesi gwa Namboŋa gutera huba gwa ndobooli.December is often a dry month.8.4.1Period of time8.4.1.4Month2moon; the brightest light at nightObubalire bwʼomwesi sigusobola hwohya hiitu.The moonlight is not able to scorch anything.1.1.1.1Moon3menstrual period; monthly flow of blood from a mature woman’s uterus up to the time when she stops being able to produce children2.1.8.4Female organsohulwala omwesivMetaphor. menstruate, have the monthly period2.1.8.4Female organsomwesi ni gwaya ekoolanquarter moon; when the moon is the one about to become a full moon1.1.1.1Moonomwesi ohuba hwibaalenfull moon; period of time when the moon is full1.1.1.1Moonomwesi ohubaluhannew moon; when the moon starts appearing1.1.1.1Moonomwesi ohugwanmoon set; when the moon disappears on the horizon in the west1.1.1.1Moon