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ehibbubbuebibbubbu1class of people188.8.131.52Social class8.3.5Type, kind184.108.40.206Group of things2people who have come together to form a group4.2.1Come together, form a group3many people that are together to one type of job6.9.1Management4.1Relationships4.9.7Religious organization220.127.116.11Cooperate with18.104.22.168Working relationship4.6.3Government organization4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationship9.6Connected with, related 22.214.171.124Organization4.1.4Neighbor126.96.36.199.1Join an organization6.9Business organization4co-operative union188.8.131.52Association6.9.2Work for someone184.108.40.206Organization4.2.1Come together, form a groupehibbubbu ehisinga obuhululargest group220.127.116.11Most, least8.2Bigehibbubbu ehisinga obutonosmallest group18.104.22.168Few, little8.2.1Smallehibbubbu ehisoolitroop; group of fighting men in the army22.214.171.124Move together126.96.36.199.1Armyehibbubbu hyʼesologroup of animals together1.6.6Animal group
ehifaananaebifaananasimilar, alike thing; s.t. that resembles another188.8.131.52.1Same184.108.40.206.2Like, similarebifaananaset220.127.116.11.1Same8.3.5Type, kind18.104.22.168Group of things22.214.171.124.2Like, similarehifaananahoalmost similar thing; s.t. that looks almost, but not exactly the same as s.t. else126.96.36.199.1Same188.8.131.52.2Like, similar
ehihaebiha1clan; group of families originating from a common ancestorMugoya ni Musimami bʼehiha hyʼAbagosa.Mugoya and Musimami belong to the Abagosa clan.184.108.40.206Family, clan8.3.5Type, kind4.1.9Kinship2type, kind, class; particular group of people or things that share similar characteristics and form a smaller division of a larger setBaletire ehiha ehinyaaha ehya mwogo.They brought a new type of cassava.1.6.1Types of animals220.127.116.11Social class8.3.5Type, kind18.104.22.168Group of things
ehiŋindi1ebiŋindi1crowd, 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.22.214.171.124Collect126.96.36.199Many, much188.8.131.52Extra184.108.40.206Crowd, group220.127.116.11Group 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