Search results for "Forest, grassland, desert"
edeŋoamadeŋo1thicket; trees that are in a group in a separate placeEkwi bajiteenya mu madeŋo.Firewood is collected from the thickets.188.8.131.52Land, property184.108.40.206Forest, 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.1.5.1Tree220.127.116.11Lumbering18.104.22.168Land, property22.214.171.124Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land
ehibiraebibiraLugandaforest, 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.1.5.1Tree126.96.36.199Land, property188.8.131.52Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land
ehidooli1ebidooli1herd; group of cattle herded together6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.3Animal husbandry1.6.6Animal group2kraal, cattle enclosure; place where animals are kept1.6.5Animal home6.3Animal husbandry184.108.40.206Fence, wall6.5.1Buildingehidooli hyʼebisolonational park, game park; area set aside for animals where people pay to see them1.6.5Animal home4.2.9Holiday220.127.116.11Plain, plateau7.2.4Travel18.104.22.168Forest, grassland, desert6.4.6Things done to animals1.6.6Animal group
ehiduleereebiduleere1open 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.22.214.171.124Ocean, 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.126.96.36.199Land, property188.8.131.52Forest, grassland, desert184.108.40.206Country
ehyayoebyayoarea where grazing of animals is doneAŋirire eŋoombe mu hyayo.He has taken the cattle to the grazing area.6.3.2Tend herds in fields220.127.116.11Forest, grassland, desert6.3Animal husbandry18.104.22.168Animal eatingebyʼamagesi mu byayoveterinary science; knowledge about lives of animals6.3.8Veterinary science6.4.6Things done to animals22.214.171.124Doctor, nurseehyayo ebi baaya mu magodomestic livestock; i.e., cattle, sheep, goats and poultry6.3.1Domesticated animal
ehyeyaebyeya1desert; area where vegetation is sparse and cultivation difficult because there is insufficient waterAbaŋalabbu bagula hugula emere kuba bali mu hyeya, sibasobola hulima mere yaawe.The Arabs just buy their food because they are in a dry area where they can’t cultivate their food.126.96.36.199Forest, grassland, desert2drought; long spell of dry weatherEhyeya hyaliho emyesi mingi hyomya ebirime.There was a long spell of dry weather that scorched the crops.188.8.131.52Season184.108.40.206Dry1.1.3Weather220.127.116.11Droughtohufa ehyeyaIdiom. be malnourished18.104.22.168Malnutrition, starvation
esuguesugu1bush; grasses and shrubs in a localityOmusota gwomwisugu mugosi gwʼohwita.A snake in the bush is difficult to kill.22.214.171.124Land, property126.96.36.199Forest, 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