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ebbulaasiebbulaasiEnglishnbrush; tool usually made of wood with short hair structures that is used for scrubbing, painting houses or tidying the hair6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance6.6.5.1Draw, paint5.6Cleaning5.1Household equipment5.4.4Care for the teeth5.6.5Sweep, rake5.4.3.1Comb hair

ehiyonjaebiyonjancleaning tool; s.t. used to clean other things5.6Cleaning

ohubibav1wash away all debris that running water finds in its wayOmubando gwabibire buli hiitu aŋagwabitanga.The flood washed away everything in its way.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow5.6Cleaning2remove by carrying away rubbishBibaŋo ebisasiro ebi obungihire aŋo nosaagula.Remove the trash you heaped there while sweeping.8.3.7.8.3Garbage7.4.5.2Throw away

ohuhohoosavwash away; flow and carry debris along1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow5.6Cleaning

ohuhunyavscrub; rub s.t. hard with a brush and water in order to clean itHunya ehiteepe nʼamaaji agalimo saabbu owʼobuwunga ohituseho amajibbondo ago.Scrub the wall with water mixed with powdered soap to remove those blotches.6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance7.7.5Rub5.6Cleaningohwehunyavscrub yourself in bathing5.6.2Bathe

ohuhuutavscrub, esp. when cleaning cooking utensils6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance7.7.5Rub5.6Cleaningohwehuutavscrub yourself when bathing5.6.2Bathe

ohuhwayavwash away with running waterOlwabi luhwayire emere yohwirungu yosiyosi.The river has washed away all the crops in the swamp.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow5.6Cleaning

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

ohuŋiryavscrub; scour; rub; brush6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance7.7.5Rub5.6Cleaningohuŋirya ameenovbrush the teeth5.4.4Care for the teethohweŋiryav1scrub yourself when bathing5.6.2Bathe2ohwehuluhunya yonyene hu hiitu7.7.5Rub

ohuŋulugutav1clean the ears, esp. to get rid of waxMu hutwi baŋulugutiramo lwoya.Cleaning the ear (to remove the wax) is done using a feather.2.1.1.2Ear5.6Cleaning2Metaphor. cause s.b. to hearWange pulugute mu hutwi nahatega byosibyosi.Please, open my ear so that I “trap” (hear) everything.2.1.1.2Ear2.3.2Hear

ohweyonjavclean, bathe yourself5.6Cleaning5.6.2Batheohweyoŋahovbathe and make yourself somewhat clean by splashing water scooped with the hands from a basin5.6.2Bathe

ohwogav1wash; cleanse; bathe s.b.Yooga omwana konyo aŋenyuhe.Wash the baby before it sleeps.5.6.2Bathe2clean a corpse in preparation for burial5.6Cleaning2.6.6.5Buryohweyogavclean the body with water5.6.2Bathe

ohweyoga mu fiirivwash the hair; shampoo the hair5.4.3Care for hair5.6.2Bathe

ohwosa2vwash s.t., e.g., hair using water5.6Cleaning5.6.2Bathe

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