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efumoamafumonspear; thrusting, hurling and stabbing weapon consisting of a long shaft with a sharp, pointed blade7.8.5Make hole, opening4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot2.5.3Injure6.4.1Hunt6.7.1.1Poking tool

esaabaamasaabanspear; broad bladed spear with a sharp metal point at the other end of its shaftOhuhahasa esolo nʼefuuye yifumitiwaho nʼomusabbi gwʼesaaba.To prove that the hunted animal is really dead, it is poked with the pointed end of the broad-bladed spear.7.8.5Make hole, opening4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot2.5.3Injure6.4.1Hunt6.7.1.1Poking tool

ohubeesav1track an animal by its spoor7.2.6Pursue6.4.1.1Track an animal6.4.1Hunt2chase away; send s.b. away from his original community because of misbehaviour4.7.7.5Ostracize7.3.3.4Chase away3chase7.2.6Pursue6.4.1Hunt

ohufulumuhav1rush away; run offAfulumuhire gaaleha ebiryo.He has run off and left food. quickly7.2.3.3Leave8.4.8.1Quick7.2.3.1Move away7. abruptly in protest7.2.1.2Move quickly7.2.3.3Leave3. away4.3.3.3Abandon7.2.1.1Walk7. out; chase an animal from its hiding place when hunting6.4.1Hunt

ohufulumusavar.ohufumbusavflush out; chase an animal from its hiding place when hunting6.4.1Huntder. ofohufulumuha

ohufumitavpierce, spear; force a sharp tool like a spear into the body of an animalNʼoja ohufumita esolo wetonda enono yiyo.When going to spear an animal you make known your clan.7.8.5Make hole, opening4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot6.4.1Hunt6.7.1.1Poking tool

ohuheja1vsearch; go to several places with an intention of finding s.t.7.6.1Search7.2.6Pursue6.4.1Hunt6.2.5.3Gather wild plants7.6.2Find

ohulungihavstart aiming at s.t. with a weaponAbalabe balungihire emizinga hu lusosi bajirengeresa olubiri lwa habaha.The enemy fixed their canons on a hill facing the king’s palace.7.7.2Aim at a target4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot6.4.1Hunt

ohuŋalamusavflush out; cause s.t. that is resting to jump up and run away6.4.1Hunt

ohuŋenjavsearch; look with an intention of findingNdi muhuŋenja engeri eyʼohuŋoniamo omwana wange obulwaye.I am looking for a way to cure my child’s illness.7.6.1Search7.2.6Pursue6.4.1Hunt7.6.2Findohuŋenyavanalyse; examine3.2.2.3Evaluate, test2.3.1.3Examine2.3.1.1Look3.2.2.1Study

ohuŋiimavhunt; run after and kill an animal or a birdOhwenda ohuhuuma ebisolo, ohuŋiima sihwihirisiwa.The need to preserve animals has made hunting a prohibited activity.7.2.6Pursue6.4.1Hunt

ohuŋiimisavuse for huntingAbaatu batera huŋiimisa embwa kuba jisobola ohubbinga esolo.People use dogs for hunting because they are able to chase animals.

ohusigavmake a survey of where animals are7.6.1Search6.4.1Hunt

ohutigaliravbesiege, build a blockade, barrier; block from moving or escape, so as to cause surrenderOhutinda amaaji gatatiina.Build a barrier to stop water from flowing.Abaŋiimi ehumi bosibosi batigaliiye esolo ndiiba nʼaŋohubitiraAll the ten hunters surrounded the animal so that it had no way of escaping., dam up4.8.2.3Attack7.2.2.7Move in a circle6.4.1Hunt7.2.6.2Prevent from moving

ohutigatiganiavclose in when hunting6.4.1Huntder. ofohutiga

ohutigisavchase and close in when hunting7.2.6Pursue6.4.1Huntder. ofohutiga

ohutuuyav1cheer; show approval, and give encouragement by shouting4.2.6.2Sports3. for3. to attackGabatuuyiyeho abaana bahubba abaatu abo.He sent children to attack them and they hit those people.7.2.8Send someone4.8.2.3Attack4command dogs to attack4.8.2.3Attack6.4.1Hunt1.6.4Animal actions
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