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embiro1running; fast movement without the heels touching the ground126.96.36.199Sports188.8.131.52.1Run2agility; being quick and well coordinated in movement184.108.40.206Move quickly220.127.116.11Graceful2.4.1Strongbunambiroquickness; speed18.104.22.168Move quickly22.214.171.124Quick8.4.8Speedmbiro mbiroquickly126.96.36.199Move quickly188.8.131.52Quick8.4.8Speedmbiro nawangurun fast184.108.40.206Move quickly220.127.116.11.1Runohunyalagataŋo embiroescape by running18.104.22.168Escape22.214.171.124.1Runohusasaga embiroMetaphor. run a long distance126.96.36.199Move quickly188.8.131.52Animal movement184.108.40.206.1Runohutetena embiroIdiom. run very fast220.127.116.11Move quickly18.104.22.168Animal movement22.214.171.124.1Runohwaŋa embiroIdiom. start running fast from a certain place126.96.36.199Move quickly188.8.131.52Leave184.108.40.206Animal movement220.127.116.11Quick18.104.22.168Move away22.214.171.124.1Run8.4.8Speedohwefudunga embiroMetaphor. run very fast126.96.36.199Move quickly188.8.131.52Animal movement184.108.40.206.1Runohwehulungula embiroIdiom. flow quickly, of water220.127.116.11River1.3.2Movement of water18.104.22.168Flow22.214.171.124Pour126.96.36.199Spring, well
eroŋoamaloŋo1hole, hollow; space dug in the ground or a hole through an objectGayabire eroŋo omugabiihire amasisye agohugimuhisa ebirime bibye.He dug a hole in which he kept cow dung for fertilising his crops.Omwana ali nʼeroŋo mu lino.The child has a hole in the tooth.7.8.5Make hole, opening188.8.131.52.3Hollow184.108.40.206Underground220.127.116.11Mining7.8.6Dig2crater; opening on a mountain going deep into the ground through which cinders and ashes are ejectedOlusosi lunalehera ohuhaasa omuliro, eroŋo omugutulira lifuuha nyanja.When the volcano stops ejecting fire, the crater becomes a lake.18.104.22.168Underground22.214.171.124Volcano3spring; hole in the ground where water springs forthOmumwi gunatula, nʼamaloŋo agabamo esulo goosi gomera.During the dry season the holes where water springs up also dry up.1.3.2Movement of water126.96.36.199Flow188.8.131.52Pour184.108.40.206Spring, well
ohuduluma1run; move faster than walking on the ground220.127.116.11Move quickly18.104.22.168Animal movement22.214.171.124.1Run2escape, run away; move from one place to another stealthily126.96.36.199Escape188.8.131.52.1Run3dart; move suddenly from a place184.108.40.206Move quickly220.127.116.11Avoid18.104.22.168.1Run22.214.171.124Move sidewaysohuduluma embiroMetaphor. have diarrhoea126.96.36.199Stomach illness2.2.8Defecate, fecesohuduluma hwʼamaajiflow fast, of water, esp. during the rainy season188.8.131.52River1.3.2Movement of water184.108.40.206Flow220.127.116.11Pourohudulumirirahelp, aid, respond to s.b. in trouble4.4.4Respond to someone in trouble18.104.22.168Helpohudulumyasend away, cause to leave22.214.171.124End a relationship126.96.36.199Leave188.8.131.52.2Stop something7.2.8Send someone184.108.40.206Ostracize220.127.116.11Abandon18.104.22.168Compel22.214.171.124.3Give up126.96.36.199Chase away188.8.131.52.2Leave an organization
ohuhamuha1dripOmubisi guhamuhire mu malafu.The juice has flowed from the ripe bananas.1.3.2Movement of water184.108.40.206Drip2flow from220.127.116.11River1.3.2Movement of water18.104.22.168Flow22.214.171.124Pour126.96.36.199Spring, wellohuhamulasqueeze; press s.t. so as to get a liquid from it7.7.4Press188.8.131.52.2Twist, wring184.108.40.206Push220.127.116.11Take something out of something
ohujuhapour; tilt a container so that the contents flow outOyo ajuha epindi ejibaaye mu hisero.That one is pouring cowpeas that were in the basket.Ohujuha maaji.To urinate.Bamulagiiye ohujuha ebisasiro mu hibbomboyisi.She was ordered to pour the trash in a rubbish pit.Ecupa yaguuye ngʼomwenge gujijuha.The bottle fell down and the beer poured out.1.3.2Movement of water18.104.22.168Flow22.214.171.124Pourohujuhahopour on1.3.2Movement of water126.96.36.199Flow188.8.131.52Pourohujuhamopour into; pour a liquid or grain in a container or insert s.t. into s.t.1.3.2Movement of water184.108.40.206Flow220.127.116.11Pourohujuhiirira1pour water for s.b. washing the hands1.3.2Movement of water18.104.22.168Flow22.214.171.124Pour2irrigate; divert river water into the fields126.96.36.199Irrigate3water plants1.3.2Movement of water188.8.131.52Irrigate
ohujuhiirira1pour water for s.b. washing the handsNjuhirire saabe mungalo ko ndye.Pour water for me so that I wash my hands before eating.1.3.2Movement of water184.108.40.206Flow220.127.116.11Pour2irrigate; divert river water into the fieldsMu ndobooli ajuhirira ebimuli bibye ko ndi byoma.During the dry season he irrigates his flowers so that they don’t dry up.18.104.22.168Irrigate3water plantsJuhirira ehimuli hitooma.Water the flower so that it does not dry.1.3.2Movement of water22.214.171.124Irrigateder. ofohujuha
ohunyololoha1meander; flow in a gentle, winding mannerHu museetwe olwabi lunyololoha hunyololoha ni lwebodyosa.On a plain the river flows gently and in a winding manner.126.96.36.199River1.3.2Movement of water188.8.131.52Flow184.108.40.206Pour220.127.116.11Spring, well2walk silently in a stealthy mannerGanyololohire hunyoloha natenda husisimusa baana.She walked silently in a stealthy manner not to awaken the children.18.104.22.168Animal movement22.214.171.124Walk126.96.36.199Quiet188.8.131.52Secret