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ehiholoŋiebiholoŋinwhistling; sound that comes out when s.b. blows into tightly cupped hands. Moving one hand produces different notesEhiholoŋi njamalala hu majanjasi aga muutu ahola natatambihise ehivuga ehibbote.Sound made by blowing in tightly cupped hands is one of the musical sounds made without using instruments.4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsohuhubba ehiholoŋivwhistle; pucker the lips and blow in a hollow made with folded hands4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of sounds

ekwayaekwayaEnglishnchoir4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

ohufuuŋa omuluusivwhistle; make sound by blowing air past puckered lips4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsder. ofomuluusi

ohuhubba ehiholoŋivwhistle; pucker the lips and blow in a hollow made with folded hands4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsder. ofehiholoŋi

ohuhubba omuluusivwhistle; make musical sounds using stored air in the mouth that is passed through puckered lips4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsder. ofomuluusi

ohunyanyagisa olwembovproduce melodious sound, e.g., by singing, playing or putting on the radio etc.4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play music3.5.9.5Recorded music4.2.3.1Compose music4.2.3.3Singder. ofolwembo

ohuŋuumav1bellow; growlEbunwa eŋuumire.The bull has bellowed.2.3.2.4Loud3.5.1.1.1Shout1.6.4.3Animal sounds2.3.2.3Types of sounds2hum; make sound with the mouth shut4.2.3.3Sing2.3.2.3Types of sounds

ohusundyav1shake, jiggle, move. s.t. up and downAbanasaale basundya amagulu.The bell-dancers are shaking their legs.7.3.1.3Shake7.3Move something7.2.2.8Move back and forth7.1.9Move a part of the body2toss a baby in the air rhythmically in order to soothe it4.4.4.7Relief7.4.5.2Throw away5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation7.3.1.1Throw3.4.1.2.2Calm2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby4.2.3.3Sing

ohwembavsingOhutenderesa hutiina nʼohwemba.Praising and singing go together.4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Singohwemberavsing a lullaby for a baby4.2.3Music2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby4.2.3.3Singohwemberesav1sing a solo or a lead part4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing2lead a choir4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing4.5.3.1Lead

ohwemberesav1sing a solo or a lead part4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing2lead a choir4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing4.5.3.1Leadder. ofohwemba

olunyiririenyiririn1line, row; things arranged that follow each otherSynomusitaaleomutoolo8.4.5.1.1Series8.3.1.2Line2verse; line to be read in the Bible3.5.3.1Word4.2.3.3Sing4.9.3.1Sacred writings3.5.4.4Poetry

omuluusinwhistle; sound made by men by passing air between shaped lips to communicate with each otherAbahasi sibehirisiwa huhubba muluusi.Women are not allowed to whistle.4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsohufuuŋa omuluusivwhistle; make sound by blowing air past puckered lips4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of soundsohuhubba omuluusivwhistle; make musical sounds using stored air in the mouth that is passed through puckered lips4.2.3.3Sing2.1.1.4Mouth2.3.2.3Types of sounds