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ebyomuhibiraehyomuhibiranforest environment; all the living and non-living things that are found in the forestEbyʼomuhibira ebisinga obungi byesigama hu bisaala.Most things found in the forest depend on trees.1.5.1Tree6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land

edeŋoamadeŋon1thicket; trees that are in a group in a separate placeEkwi bajiteenya mu madeŋo.Firewood is collected from the thickets., property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land2forest; thick growth of trees covering an area of landAmadeŋo gabaamo ebisaala ebya buli hiha.The wood consists all sorts of trees.Ekereŋe jiba mu madeŋo.Squirrels live in the wood.1.5.1Tree6.6.3.1Lumbering6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land

egundaegundanplace set aside for construction of a home where a house has been demolished7.9.2Tear down6.5.1.3Land, property7.9.3Destroy

ehibanda1ebibandan1hill, hillock, mound; slightly raised part in a flat areaMusosi ehitundu ehisembayo obupi njʼehibanda.In a range of mountains, the lowest part is a hillock. plot of land given to a grown-up son to establish a homeNigafumbiiye nga semwana amuŋa ehibanda ehihye ohwetongola.When he married, his father gave him a plot to establish a home.6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1Land

ehibiraebibiraLugandanforest, thicket; large area of land covered with trees and plants, or the trees and plants themselvesOhweyongera hwʼabaatu hugira ebibira bihendera.The increase in the population is making the forest is making the forests diminish.1.5.1Tree6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land

ehiduleereebiduleeren1open mass of water with no remarkable vegetation growing in it or nothing on the water itselfEryato lyali aŋaduleere hu nyanja.The boat was on the open water of the lake., lake1.3Water1.3.1Bodies of water2vacant, empty, unoccupied landEbitundu ehisinga obuhulu mu Misiri hiduleere kuba hya hyeya.The greater part of Egypt is unoccupied because it is desert., property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert4.6.7.1Country

ehiguugaebiguuganland owned communally by the whole clan, where an individual is not allowed to sell itEroba lyʼehiguga siribamo mbibi.The communal land does not have boundaries on it., property4.6.7.1Country1.2.1Land

ehisaaŋeebisaaŋen1arena, sports ground; place for games and sports4.2.6.2Sports4., soccer8.2.5Big area6.5.1.3Land, property4.2.7Play, fun1.2.1Land2prepared place for cultivation6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property6.2.9Farmland6.2.1Growing crops1.2.1Landehisaaŋe hyʼendegenaerodrome, airport, airfield; built place where aeroplanes land7.2.4.3Fly

ehitengeyeraebitengeyeranuncultivated area; piece in a field remaining to be dug6.5.1.3Land, property6.2.3Plant a field

ekondoekondonboundary peg used for marking off an athletics field7.3.6.3Limit6.5.4.2Boundary6.5.1.3Land, property

endaloendalonfield; place where cultivation is done to grow cropsEndalo yange eyʼamaŋuune yagama pangano.My field of cocoyams ends here.6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property6.2.9Farmland6.2.1Growing crops1.2.1Landendalo yʼemizabbibbunvineyard6. grapes

eroban1soil; top part of the earth where cultivation is done and where plants growEroba lyo mwirungu litera ohuba egimu.Swamp soil is usually fertile., dirt2plot; person’s piece of land as his property6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1Landeroba egimunsoil is fertile when it yields good crops1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.2.2.3Fertilize a field6.2.3Plant a fielderoba epangisenleased land; land that is not owned by s.b. but hired for cultivation6.8.4.6Hire, rent6.5.1.3Land, propertyeroba eryʼehipaapinclayey soil with very fine particles1.2.2.1Soil, dirteroba esambenkneaded mud for making bricks1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.5.3Building materialsohufundya ebyohugimuhisa erobavcompost soil; make vegetation rot for manure6.2.2.3Fertilize a field

eroba epangiseamaloba amapangisenleased land; land that is not owned by s.b. but hired for cultivation6.8.4.6Hire, rent6.5.1.3Land, propertyder. oferoba

esaloesalonboundary; line often not drawn showing the separation between two pieces of land or two countries7.3.6.3Limit6.5.4.2Boundary6.5.1.3Land, property4.6.7.1Country8.6.6Edge

esuguesugun1bush; grasses and shrubs in a localityOmusota gwomwisugu mugosi gwʼohwita.A snake in the bush is difficult to kill., property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land2farmland; piece of land belonging to s.b. where crops are grownEsugu lirye lyamaamo emere kubanga acusacusa ebirime bibye.His land yields a lot of food because he rotates his crops.6.6.6Working with land6.2.9Farmland6.2.1Growing crops

hu bwomunland; places on earth where a large amount of water is not collectedEmeeri yagendeeye emyesi ebiri ko yola hubwomu.The ship sailed for two months before reaching land.6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property4.6.7.1Country1.2World1.2.1Land

olubibiembibinboundary; line separating two pieces of landHya bulijo ohutambisa olwabi ngʼolubibi.It is common to use a river bank as a boundary., propertyohutaaŋo olubibivdemarcate, delimit; set, mark, draw the boundaries of s.t.

olugoolaengoolanscrub land; flat piece of land with grass and short stunted treesOlugoola njʼomutera ohumenya esolo.Scrub land is usually inhabited by wild animals., property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land

olukaluekalunland (as opposed to the sea)Owagagafu wʼolukalu wʼAfirika buŋera esukweya mayiro ejisuha mu miryoni ehumi na ndala nʼehitundu.The land of Africa is more than eleven and a half million square miles.6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property4.6.7.1Country1.2World1.2.1Land

omuŋuluhoemiŋuluhonhereditary land share in the family estate given to sons by their fatherEse bbabba gapaaye hale omuŋuluho.As for me, father gave me a share of land long ago., property4.6.7.1Country
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