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ehidanyirireebidanyirirenscattered things that are not close to each other7.5.1.1Separate, scatter7.5.7Multiple things moving

ehyaloebyalon1village, neighbourhood, locality; place where there is a settlementOmubbambafu Wicks amenyire mu hyalo hyʼe Mugulu.Mr. Wicks lives in Mugulu village.8.5Location8.5.3Be at a place8.5.4Area4.6.7.2City4.6.7Region4.1.4Neighbor8.5.4.1Vicinity4.6.7.4Community2country; area of land that forms an independent political unit with its own governmentEhyalo hya Uganda hirimo enimi nyingi.The country of Uganda has many languages.4.6.7.1Country3earth, world; planet on which human life has developed, esp. all people and their ways of lifeOmwesi gwetoloola ehyalo.The moon goes round the earth.1.1.1.3Planet1.2World4countryside; land that is not in town or in an industrial area, that is either used for farming or left in its natural conditionSamanyire biitu bingi ebyʼehibuga kuba ko gahaŋwanga mu hyalo.He does not know much about town because he has just come from the countryside.4.6.7.3Countrysideehyalo hyosihyosinglobe; whole earth or a representation of it7.2.4.8Map8.3.1.6Round1.2Worldohuseebula ehyalovEuph. die2.6.6Dieohwaya ehyalovIdiom. spread all over7.5.1.1Separate, scatter1.3.2.1Flow7.3.7.3Spread, smear7.5.7Multiple things moving

hateenyakwi2hateenyakwins.b. who carries several things at a go7.3.1Carry7.5.7Multiple things moving

ohubandav1flow; spread out having started at one point, e.g., water or a creeping plant7.5.1.1Separate, scatter1.3.2.1Flow7.4.4Distribute7.5.7Multiple things moving7.5.9.2Fill, cover2overflow; flow in an uncontrollable manner1.1.3.7Flood1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow8.5.4.2Occupy an area1.3.2.6Tide7.5.9.2Fill, cover3flood; river water being in spateOgufula gwaguuye olwabi lwabanda.There was heavy rain and the river was in spate.Amaaji ga Manafa gabandire mu Namunasa.Water from Manafa river has flooded Namunasa.1.1.3.7Flood1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow8.5.4.2Occupy an area1.3.2.6Tide7.5.9.2Fill, cover4collide with, bump into; knock against s.t.Ehidirisi hyabandire omusaala.The car hit a tree.7.7Physical impact7.7.1Hitohubandaganavcollide; meet and bang each other violently, of multiple objects7.7Physical impact4.4.2.3Accident7.7.1Hitohubandanavcollide; meet and bang each other violently, of two objects7.7Physical impact7.7.1Hit

ohugumbululavscatter, disperse, break up a crowd of people, esp. a mob e.g., what the police would do to restore peaceSynohuhendeesa obutabanguho7.5.1.1Separate, scatter4.8.2.6Riot4.8.4.8.1Stop fighting4.5Authority7.5.7Multiple things moving3.3.3.6Control

ohuhohavgather indiscriminatelyAhatimba hʼenyeeni sihahumbania nyeeni jonyene ne hahoheramo namahala ko nʼebindi.A fish net does not collect fish only, but it collects crabs and other things.7.5.1.2Include7.5.7Multiple things moving7.5.1Gather

ohuŋaanyav1broadcast seeds or fertilisers in a fieldGahaŋanyira habiri obule mu muga ni butamera. Jʼoŋaanye amaaji hubule obumeri wahamera bulaŋi.He has twice broadcast millet in his field but it did not germinate. Go and sprinkle water on the millet so that it germinates into good yeast.7.5.1.1Separate, scatter6.2.1.1Growing grain7.4.4Distribute6.2.3Plant a field7.5.7Multiple things moving2sprinkle, splash a liquid on s.t.Ehidiriisi ehibaaye hibita hyapanyaho amaaji.The car was passing and then splashed water on me.Omutuusa gaŋaanyire amaaji hu bosibosi abaali mu ngolo.The spirit medium sprinkled water on all those who were in the shrine.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.2Pour7.3.7.3Spread, smear1.3.2.3Drip4.9.5.6Religious purification1.1.3.3Rain1.3.3Wet
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