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ebiseraehiseranliquid that is heated to boiling point1.2.3Solid, liquid, gas5.2.1.1Cooking methods

efufuleamafufulenroast; banana or potato roasted under cinders5.2.3.4Prepared food5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ehinyaebinyan1arena, playing field; wide open cleared place where people gather for entertainment4.2.6.2Sports8.5.4.4Interval, space4.2.6.2.2Basketball4.2.6.2.1Football, soccer8.2.5Big area4.2.7Play, fun8.5.4.3Space, room2s.t. that can get cooked to readiness or catch fireOlugoye lunya.A cloth has caught fire.5.2.1Food preparation5.2.3.4Prepared food5.2.1.1Cooking methods5.5Fire

ehyohyaebyohyans.t. hot8.3.4HotehyohyangalonEuph. bribe, originally of food6.8.9.5Bribeehyohyenroasted meat or food of any kind5.2.3.4Prepared food5.2.1.1Cooking methodsehyohyeronincinerator, furnace, kiln; place where things are burnt or roasted6.6.2.5Working with glass6.6.2.4Working with clay5.5.7Fireplace6.6.2.3Working with metal6.6.2.2Smelting

ehyohyeebyohyenroasted meat or food of any kind5.2.3.4Prepared food5.2.1.1Cooking methodsder. ofehyohya

ekuukaekuukaEnglishncooker; box-shaped device on top of which, or inside which, food is cooked,5.2.1Food preparation5.2.1.3Cooking utensil5.2.1.1Cooking methods

emereLugandanthings that are eaten by people and animals, or used by plants so that they can live and grow5.2Foodemere ekalangenfried food; food cooked in hot oil5.2.1.1Cooking methodsemere ekalenfood dried over the fireplace1.3.3.1Dry8.3.7.8.4Preserve5.2.3.4Prepared foodemere epeeresenfood; food sent to s.b.5.2.3.4Prepared foodemere etaliihaninedible food5.2.3Types of food5.2.3.4Prepared food

emere ekalangenfried food; food cooked in hot oil5.2.1.1Cooking methodsder. ofemere

ohubabuhav1become scorchedAmatu gababuhire nʼoluŋiira.Banana leaves are wilted by burning grass.5.5.4Burn5.2.1.1Cooking methods2become wilted, of leaves6.2.5.2Crop failure1.5.6Growth of plants1.5.7Plant diseasesohubabulav1wilt; heat leaves over fire in order to wilt and soften them5.2.1.1Cooking methods2scorch5.5.4Burn5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohubabulav1wilt; heat leaves over fire in order to wilt and soften themBabula amatu gʼohujungiraho.Wilt the leaves to be used in brewing.5.2.1.1Cooking methods2scorch5.5.4Burn5.2.1.1Cooking methodsder. ofohubabuha

ohubala3vbe heated; become warmAmaaji gabalire.Water is heated.8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohubasav1heat, warm; cause s.t. that is cold to warm upBasa amaaji.Heat water.5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods2forge from metalHimanyire hubasa siringi.I don’t know how to make or forge a shilling.8.3.4Hot6.6.2.3Working with metal6.6.2.2Smeltingohubasahovslightly warm s.t.8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohubobeesavstew; cook covered food with some little water in it, and using little heat for a fairly long time5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohufudumavcook a traditional dish without adding any salt5.2.1Food preparation5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohufufuguhavbe cooked to tenderness or softness, esp. when roasted under hot ashes2.3.3Taste5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohufumbihav1preserve fire by covering live charcoal with ashFumbihire omuliro.I have preserved fire.5.5.2Tend a fire2roast in the embersFumbihire amabbooni mu mayiga.I have roasted potatoes in the ashes.5.2.1.1Cooking methodsohufumbihululavtend a fire by removing ash to expose live coals5.5.2Tend a fire

ohufunihiravcover with a lid; e.g., cover before cooking with leaves7.3.7Cover7.5.9.2Fill, cover5.2.1.1Cooking methodsohwefunihiriravcover yourself; put s.t. over yourself so that you are not seen5.3.7Wear clothing7.3.7Cover7.5.9.2Fill, cover

ohufuuhisavhalf-cook meat or vegetables5.2.1.1Cooking methods
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