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ehigaliebigalinold winnowing tray that is tearing apart6.2.8Agricultural tool6.2.6Process harvest6.2.6.1Winnow grain

ehihaaliebihaalinerect woven drying rack for simsim or sesame process5. from seeds1.5.2Bush, shrub6.2.6Process harvest

ehitaliriebitalirin1drying platform used for crops such as sesame1.3.3.1Dry6.2.6Process harvest2plate stand; structure where plates are put5.2.1Food preparation5.6.3Wash dishes5.2.2.8Eating utensil5.2.1.5Serve food6.7.7Container5.1.1.4Cabinet3Metaphor. bed5.1.1.3Bed

ohubulunguhavcrumble; cause s.t. to break into small pieces7.8.1Breakohubulungulav1destroy, damage, smash, disintegrate s.t. by crumbling it7.9.2Tear down7.8.1Break4., take apart7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out2thresh maize so that seeds are removed from the cobs6.2.6.3Thresh6.2.6Process harvest

ohudumuuhavbe blown by the windOmuhuuji gudumuuhire nʼepuuji.The millet chaff has been blown by the wind. air1.1.3.1Windohudumuusavwinnow; blow off chaff from grain6.2.6Process harvest6.2.6.1Winnow grain

ohudumuusavwinnow; blow off chaff from grainEpuuji yiriho yinahuyede ohudumuusa obule.There is the wind that will help you blow the chaff from the millet.6.2.6Process harvest6.2.6.1Winnow grainder. ofohudumuuha

ohugalusagalusavkeep turning s.t., esp. grain foodstuffs, so they dry quickly in the sun7.3.5Turn something6.2.6Process harvest8., smearohwegalangasavroll on the ground; throw yourself down and roll, e.g., like a person with epilepsy7.3.5Turn something7.2.2.6Turn8. up7.1Posture7.2Moveohwegalusavturn over; roll over, e.g., when sleeping7.3.5Turn something7.2.2.6Turn7.1Posture

ohuhonjavwinnow; remove the chaff from grainOlugali lwetagiwa mu huhonja.A tray is necessary when winnowing.6.2.6Process harvest6.2.6.1Winnow grain

ohuhunuulav1skin sisal; remove the outer covering of sisal threads6.2.6Process harvest2unearth s.t. hidden7.6Hide7.8.6Dig

ohulaŋulavthrash s.b.; beat up4.8.3.1Defeat4.8.2Fight4.7.7Punish4.8.2.3Attack7.7.1Hitohulaŋyavseparate grit or stones from millet by shaking on a winnower6.2.6Process harvest6.2.6.1Winnow grain

ohulaŋyavseparate grit or stones from millet by shaking on a winnower6.2.6Process harvest6.2.6.1Winnow grainder. ofohulaŋula

ohusenyeetavwinnow; remove sand from grain by winnowing6.2.6Process harvest6.2.6.1Winnow grain

ohusimuulav1wipe, mop, swab, rub off; remove moisture or dust from a surface by wipingSimuula omwana gahabalagala.Wipe the baby to dry him.Wesimuuleeho oluuya mu moni.Mop the sweat from your face.Wesimuuleeho amasiga.Wipe your tears.5.6.1Clean, dirty7.7.5Rub5.8Manage a house7.3.7.3Spread, smear5.6.6Wipe, erase5.6.5Sweep, rake2Metaphor. remove sorcery5. shell, skin6.2.6Process harvest4.9.4.1Sorcery

ohwaniha1vput out s.t. in the sunshine to dryHuli nʼohwaniha obule buno bwome ko hu bubunge.We have to be putting out this millet to dry before we store it. harvest8. s.t. in the sunshine and keep turning it over and over with the anxiety to have it dry very quickly1.3.3.1Dry6.2.6Process harvest8. down and bring inside clothes from drying7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere5.6.4Wash clothes7.3.3Take somewhereohweyanihavbe uncovered, exposed, out in the open; stay in a place without a cover3.2.3.1Known, unknown2.3.1.5Visible7.3.7.1Uncover3., outside

ohwanihirisavput s.t. in the sunshine and keep turning it over and over with the anxiety to have it dry very quicklyYanihirisa obunya bwahooma mangu hwaba nʼehyohulya.Keep turning over and over the freshly harvested millet so that we have s.t. to eat. harvest8. ofohwaniha1