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ehisebeyuheebisebeyuhennagging; repeated action that annoys s.b.Tuseho ehisebeyuhe eseeyi!Please stop your nagging at me! evil to4.3.4.6Meddle

ehisinyen1nagging8.4.7.1Interrupt3. evil to4.3.4.6Meddle2situation of repeating an action that is annoying to s.b.Ohinira hisinye.You dance untiringly. evil to

nabigwakunabigwakuns.b. who butts in or interrupts a conversation without formal invitation to participate8.4.7.1Interrupt3. style

ohusingirirav1keep bothering s.b. to the extent of annoyance8.4.7.1Interrupt3. evil to4.3.4.6Meddle2buzz; while flying round and round, e.g., of a bee1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.4.3Fly1.6.4.3Animal sounds2.3.2.3Types of sounds

ohutawaanavtoil; work hardHiisi muhosi ayawaana ko gafuna ekemba omwesi ni guŋooyeho.Every worker works hard so as to earn a wage at the end of the month. hard6.1.2.3Work wellohutawaanyavdisturb, disorganise; throw into disarray8.4.7.1Interrupt3.4.2.3Angry4.8.2Fight3. evil to4.3.4.6Meddle

ohwemeererav1stand up; be upright on the feetYemeerera omwami abita.Stand up, the chief is passing.7.1.1Stand7.2.2.4Move up2ohuhomyaGemereeye ohusaala abaana.She has stopped producing children. something6., finish8. alone; stage in baby development when the baby starts to stand on his ownAbaana abasinga obungi bemeerera ni baŋesa emyesi etaanu.Most babies start standing at the age of five months. posture7.1.1Stand4how things stand; how matters areEbiitu byemeereye biitye ŋahani?How are things now? with and cause s.b. to stop8.4.7.1Interrupt8. something3.3.4.4Prevent7.2.7.1Stop moving

oludeebenrepeated monotonous nagging that bores the person being toldGahiromeeye hideebe ehyaŋoyemo basoola.He repeated the nagging and in the end they fought. evil to4.3.4.6Meddle