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ehibbaebibbans.t. big, large, huge, thick; bigger than usualEmere yino nyingi, siyinoole mu sefuliya yino, leeta eyindi embala ohusinga yino.This is a lot of food; it won’t fit in this pan. Bring a larger pan than this one.Enju yino mba.This house is large.Ehitabo hibba.A thick book.8.2.3.2Fat person8.2.5Big area8.2Big8.2.3Thick8.2.5.1Big container, volume8.2.4Wide

habbeeheabahabbeehens.t. huge gigantic, very big, beyond normalEnjofu nje habbeehe wʼesolo ejo huhyalo.An elephant is the biggest of all dry land animals.8.2.3.2Fat person8.2.5Big area8.2Big8.2.3Thick8.2.5.1Big container, volume8.2.4Wide

hagenyahagenyans.t. large, big, hugeHagenya wʼembusi.The biggest goat.8.2.3.2Fat person8.2.5Big area8.2Big8.2.3Thick8.2.5.1Big container, volume8.2.4Wide

ohugalamavbecome wide; have a larger distance than usual from one side to the other8.2.3Thick8.2.4Wideohugalamyavenlarge; stretch s.t. so that it occupies a larger space than usual8.3.1.9Stretch9.3.1.3To a larger degree8.2Big7.3.4.7Extend8.1.4.2Increase

ohwayaayirav1encroach; advance beyond a limit wronglyOhwemera ebyayo wayaayira naŋatali ŋawuwo.When looking after cattle you let them stray in fields that are not yours.1.6.4.1Animal movement4.3.4.6Meddle2widen; operate in a wider spaceOhwayaayira olubaale; ohwayaayira omuga.Widen the surface used on the grinding stone; to make wide the strip one is digging.8.3.1.9Stretch8.2.5Big area7.3.4.7Extend8.2.4Wide3assist with digging a neighbour’s potion when working together in a field6.2.2.2Plow a field4.3.4.2Help