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ehibiebibinsin; badnessEhiitu ehibi njʼehitali hiraŋi, oba ehiitu ehyonoono oba ebbengo.S.t. bad is not good, or a sin or a fault.4.9.9Irreligion4.3.1.1Bad, immoral8. evil to

hacoolo1abahacoolonenemy; s.b. who is badHacoolo gebire epiiya ja nyina.The bad boy has stolen his mother’s money.4.9.9Irreligion4.3.1.1Bad, immoral4.8.2.9Enemy8. evil to

malyehemalyehenbandit, rebel; bad, stubborn, evil personMalyehe Kony gasalire amatwi gʼabaatu.Kony the bandit cut off people’s ears.4.9.9Irreligion4.3.1.1Bad, immoral4.8.2.9Enemy8. against authority4.3.4.1Do evil to

mbyoneadjbad, not good, unacceptable; improperSaaholaho hiitu hiraŋi bbe; geeba, saataamba sigeyoga ko nʼebindi bityo.He does nothing good; he steals; he doesn’t work he howls and such things. standard8., unsuitable4.3.1.1Bad, immoral8., properehya mbyonenbad action, behaviour4. standard4.9.9Irreligion4.3.1.1Bad, immoral8. evil to

ohudibavbe unsold, e.g., of goods in a shop6.8.4.2Sell6.9.3MarketingohudibyavMetaphor. become wasted, unproductive due to a curse6.8.2.3Lose wealth4.9.4.4Curse4. standard6.

ohugumbaalavbecome unproductiveWungumbahiise ŋano.You have kept me here idle. wealth4. standard6.

ohuserusavallow s.t. bad to increase, e.g., increase of vermin, evil, power of Satan, etc.Embwa yiseruhiise enguhuni.A dog breeds fleas. to something9.3.1.3To a larger degree8.

ohusisa2v1cause s.b. to become wasted and unproductive due to a curse6.8.2.3Lose wealth4.9.4.4Curse4. standard6., wipe out; cause s.t. to stop existing4.8.3.1Defeat4.

ohwigalavar.ohwigalaŋovclose; shut7.3.6.2Block, dam up7.3.6.1Shut, closeohwigalirav1be blocked8. something4., dam up2become wasted, unproductive due to a curse6.8.2.3Lose wealth4.9.4.4Curse4. standard6.; move the shutter of a door or window, or a lid of s.t. and let the inside be seen7.3.6Open2start using a constructed structure or start an activity8.4.6.1Start something8.

ohwomavbecome dry; be rid of wetnessEngoye ejiwanihire jomire.The clothes you put on the drying line are dry. wokalaadvIdiophone. very dry1.3.3.1Dry9.2.8Idiophonesohwometanavbe very hard and dry1.3.3.1Dry8.3.6.2Hard, firm8.3.6.3Stiff, flexible1.1.3.8Drought8.3.6.1Strong, brittleohwomeeravdry up, of water1.3.3.1Dryohwomeesavcause s.t. to dry up, e.g., a well, during the dry season1.3.3.1Dry1.1.3.8Droughtohwomyav1cause s.t. to dry1.3.3.1Dry2Metaphor. make s.b.’s life wasted or unproductive due to a curse6.8.2.3Lose wealth4.9.4.4Curse4. standard6.

ohwomyav1cause s.t. to dryOmumwi gwomyisye ebirime.The sunshine has dried up crops. make s.b.’s life wasted or unproductive due to a curseGomisye omuhaana ohutasaala olwʼohuba sibamuhooye.He cursed his daughter not to produce because her husband did not pay bride price for her. wealth4.9.4.4Curse4. standard6. ofohwoma

omubiababinsinner; bad personOmuutu aba mubi nʼatasanyusa bandi, oba nabaletera ebigosi,oba nʼabakosa.S.b. is bad when they are not pleasant to the others, or cause them problems, or harm them.Kwita kibba kibi. standard4.7.3Break the law8., unsuitable4.9.9Irreligion4.3.1.1Bad, immoral8. evil to