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egiamagin1egg; rounded or oval object with a shell that is laid by a bird or a reptile1.6.3.1Egg2ovum; part of a female animal or bird, that is the initial beginning of the development of another person, animal or birdEgi eritegatire nʼobumo obusinde siryalula.An ovum that does not come into contact with the male gamete does not develop.2.6.3.1Pregnancy2.1.8.4Female organs1.6.3Animal life cycleegi ehalangenfried egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggegi eŋogotonsoft-shelled egg1.6.3.1Eggegi erifubirenegg that has failed to hatch8.3.7.8Decay1.6.3.1Eggegi eryohyenroasted egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggegi etuubanboiled egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Egg

egi ehalangeamagi amahalangenfried egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggder. ofegi

egi eŋogotoamagi eŋologotonsoft-shelled eggEgi eŋogoto siryalula.An egg with an undeveloped shell does not hatch.1.6.3.1Eggder. ofegi

egi erifubireamagi agafubirenegg that has failed to hatchEgi eritaluuye litera ohuba ebolire.An unhatched egg is usually rotten.8.3.7.8Decay1.6.3.1Eggder. ofegi

egi eryohyeamagi amohyenroasted egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggder. ofegi

egi etuubaamagi amatuubaEnglishnboiled egg5.2.3.2.3Egg dishes1.6.3.1Eggder. ofegi

ehiŋogotoebiŋogotonegg with a soft shell1.6.3.1Egg

ekokonikoamakokonikonegg shell; outer hard part of an eggAmakokoniko bagaseera ŋalala nʼemere yʼengoho.Egg shells are milled together with chicken feeds.5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin1.6.3.1Egg

emungeemungen1yolk; yellow middle part of an egg1.6.3.1Egg2iris; part of the eye through which light passes to enable the eye to see2.1.1.1Eye1.5.3Grass, herb, vine

ohugoneravbrood, sit on eggs and cover with wingsEngoho egonereeye obwana.The hen is brooding over the chicks.Engoho yigonera amagi.The hen is sitting on eggs.Engoho egoneeye amagi gosigosi; ŋaŋuma eribonehaho.The hen has gathered and covered all her eggs; not a single one is seen.7.3.7Cover7.1.2Sit6.3.6Poultry raising1.6.3.1Egg6.3.6.1Chicken1.6.4Animal actions

ohumaamirav1get broody, of a hen looking for a place to lay eggs, or cover protectively under the wings esp. of a hen protecting its chicksEhisonga himamiiye obwana.The hen has covered its chicks under its wings.7.3.7Cover7.1.2Sit6.3.6Poultry raising1.6.3.1Egg6.3.6.1Chicken1.6.4Animal actions2occupy8.5.3Be at a place8.5.4.2Occupy an area

ohuteeravlay an eggEngoho esinga ohugeeja ni teera.A hen is fattest when laying eggs.1.6.3Animal life cycle6.3.6Poultry raising1.6.3.1Egg6.3.6.1Chicken

ohwalula1vhatch; come out of an eggEngoho yaluuye obwana budatu bwoka.The hen has hatched only three chicks.1.6.3Animal life cycle6.3.6Poultry raising1.6.3.1Egg6.3.6.1Chicken