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ebbeeseniebbeeseniEnglishnbasin; plastic container used for bathing or washing clothes5.6.4Wash clothes5.6.2Bathe6.7.7Container

ejʼamasandoolwʼamasandonsoiled clothes that were made dirty by sap from plants7.7.7Mark5.3Clothing5.6.4Wash clothes

engoye ejefunyafunyireengoye ejefunyafunyirenfolded clothes that are not ironed5.3Clothing5.6.4Wash clothesder. ofohufunya

epaasiepaasin1plough share; part of a plough that turns the soil when ploughing6.6.6Working with land6.2.8Agricultural tool6.2.2.2Plow a field6.2.2.1Clear a field6.2.4Tend a field6.2.3Plant a field6.2.1Growing crops6.2.2Land preparation2flat iron, iron box; tool heated and used for ironing clothes5.6.4Wash clothes

kosakosanbright, good, white, clean clothes that are clean when they don’t have dirt on them5.3Clothing5.6.4Wash clothes

ohubotolavar.ohubotonganiav1cause a thread-like thing to get mixed up so that it is not easy to undo8.3.1.5.2Twist, wring7.5.4.2Tangle2wring; handle s.t. and twist it8.3.1.5.2Twist, wring5.6.4Wash clothes3roll up s.t.8.3.1.5.2Twist, wring7.3.5Turn something8.3.1.5.1Roll up

ohufufulisavcause a liquid to soak into s.t., e.g., when washing clothes7.2.2.5Move down7.3.2.6Put in1.3.4Be in water5.6.4Wash clothes

ohugodyavmake a crooked line, esp. when ironing clothes8.3.1.5Bend5.6.4Wash clothes

ohugololav1make straight and smooth what is ruffledOgolooye epale yange.You have straightened my hoe.8.3.1.3Straight2align, straighten up a dead body8.4.5.1Order, sequence7.5Arrange2.6.6.2Corpse3correct s.b.’s behaviour3.3.3Influence3.3.3.2Advise3.6.5Correct4.3.8Change behavior8.3.7.6Improve2.6.4.2.1Rear a child8.3.7.7Right, proper4iron clothes using an iron box5.6.4Wash clothesohwegolojolavstretch yourself now and again8.3.1.9Stretch7.1.9Move a part of the bodyohwegololav1straighten; assume an upright position8.3.1.9Stretch7.1.7Straight posture7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1.1Stand2stretch the body so that it becomes more active, esp. after sleep or rest8.3.1.9Stretch7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1.1Stand7.1Posture8.3.1.3Straight

ohujagambulavar.ohujagambulyavrinse; use water to remove soap or dirt from s.t. being washedOhwosa mu munwa nʼamaaji.Clean the mouth with water.5.4.3.3Dye hair5.6.3Wash dishes5.6Cleaning5.6.4Wash clothes

ohwaniha1vput out s.t. in the sunshine to dryHuli nʼohwaniha obule buno bwome ko hu bubunge.We have to be putting out this millet to dry before we store it.1.3.3.1Dry6.2.6Process harvest8.3.7.8.4Preserveohwanihirisavput s.t. in the sunshine and keep turning it over and over with the anxiety to have it dry very quickly1.3.3.1Dry6.2.6Process harvest8.3.7.8.4Preserveohwanulavtake down and bring inside clothes from drying7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere5.6.4Wash clothes7.3.3Take somewhereohweyanihavbe uncovered, exposed, out in the open; stay in a place without a cover3.2.3.1Known, unknown2.3.1.5Visible7.3.7.1Uncover3.5.1.5.2Disclose8.5.1.4.1Out, outside

ohwanulavtake down and bring inside clothes from dryingWange yanula engoye josijosi.Bring in all the clothes.7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere5.6.4Wash clothes7.3.3Take somewhereder. ofohwaniha1

olusu1olusunclothesline; string for hanging clothes in a room5.6.4Wash clothes

punduhipunduhins.t. with a hole through it, e.g., clothes7.8.5Make hole, opening8.4.6.5.4Old, not new5.6.4Wash clothes