ebiryofood; esp. staple starchy dishes e.g., millet or bananas etc.5.2Foodebiha byʼebiryofood types5.2.3Types of foodebiryo ebibisis.t. raw; uncooked5.2.1Food preparation5.2.3Types of foodebiryo ebirimo ehiriisa1nutrients22.214.171.124Fertilize a field1.5.6Growth of plants2nourishing food5.2.3Types of foodohupahira ebiryoMetaphor. gorge; eat greedily126.96.36.199Manner of eating188.8.131.52Satiated, fullohwita ebiryoIdiom. get a bumper harvest6.2.5Harvest6.8.1Have wealth
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eroba1soil; top part of the earth where cultivation is done and where plants growEroba lyo mwirungu litera ohuba egimu.Swamp soil is usually fertile.184.108.40.206Soil, dirt2plot; person’s piece of land as his property6.6.6Working with land220.127.116.11Land, property1.2.1Landeroba egimusoil is fertile when it yields good crops18.104.22.168Soil, dirt22.214.171.124Fertilize a field6.2.3Plant a fielderoba epangiseleased land; land that is not owned by s.b. but hired for cultivation126.96.36.199Hire, rent188.8.131.52Land, propertyeroba eryʼehipaapiclayey soil with very fine particles184.108.40.206Soil, dirteroba esambekneaded mud for making bricks220.127.116.11Soil, dirt6.5.3Building materialsohufundya ebyohugimuhisa erobacompost soil; make vegetation rot for manure18.104.22.168Fertilize a field