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ehibonoebibononword; single unit of language that has meaning and can be spoken or written3.5.3.1Word9Grammarehibono ehiholanverb9Grammarehibono ehihola hiisi aŋaatunword used generally3.5.3.1Word9Grammar9.1General wordsehibono ehyʼowendenword of love and endearment9.7.1.7Terms of endearmentohweŋwana ebibonovIdiom. speak a lot, be outspoken3. a lot

nahyasamiriiyenahyasamiriiyenIdiom. bigmouth; loose talkative gossip who doesn’t keep secrets3. a lot3.5.1.4Speak with others

nahyesaŋinahyesaŋinchatterbox; s.b. who talks a lot3. a lot3. style

ohubbalangataniavspeak in a sly way, showing clever underhandedness3.5.1Say3. a lot3. style

ohutoboyohavbe a loudmouth, be long-winded; speak a lot in disregard of listeners3. a lot

ohwekakabavgive an account of s.t. before one is askedWekakabirenge ni bihuŋambaho oba ni bahubuhiise?Were you concerned about what you were talking about, is there any one who asked you about it? a lot3.5.1.2Talk about a subject3.5.1.4Speak with others

ohweŋwana ebibonovIdiom. speak a lot, be outspoken3. a lotder. ofehibono

ohwerehebavbe loose-tongued; talk anything, any how4.3.6.1Lack self-control3. a lot

ohwerombolavbe talkative; speak carelessly to a point of revealing secrets3. a lot3.5.1.4Speak with others

ohweswakabavspeak out of turn, in an intrusive manner, when not expected to4.3.6.1Lack self-control3.5.1Say3. a lot

olusayaesayan1jaw; bone from which the lower teeth grow2.1.1Head2cheek; fleshy part on a human head between the eye, mouth, chin and the earOlusaya luwiiha ehisinini.The cheek covers the jaw.2.1.1Headohuŋalasa olusayavIdiom. speak a lot3. a lot