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ehihaebihan1clan; group of families originating from a common ancestorMugoya ni Musimami bʼehiha hyʼAbagosa.Mugoya and Musimami belong to the Abagosa clan.4.1.9.8Family, clan8.3.5Type, kind4.1.9Kinship2type, kind, class; particular group of people or things that share similar characteristics and form a smaller division of a larger setBaletire ehiha ehinyaaha ehya mwogo.They brought a new type of cassava.1.6.1Types of animals4.1.4.1Social class8.3.5Type, kind8.1.3.3Group of things

ehisolo ehyomwisuguebisolo ebyomwisugunwild animal1.6.1Types of animalsder. ofesolo

ehisongaebisonganmature female animal or bird that has given birth1.6.1Types of animals1.6.7Male and female animals1.6.3Animal life cycle

esoloesolonanimal; living creature that moves, reproduces, hears, feeds, feels, sees and respiresEbisolo bitiina bihendeera olwʼohulima esugu.The number of wild animals is dwindling because of cultivating their bush.1.6.1.1Mammal1.6.1Types of animals1.6Animalehisolo ehyomwisugunwild animal1.6.1Types of animalsesolo eyaŋangondomesticated animal6.3.1Domesticated animalesolo eyitaba nʼehitaninmarsupial, mammal of which the female has a pouch containing teats where the young are fed and carried1.6.1.1.5Marsupialesolo eyomubulibanwater animal; animal that lives in an expanse of water1.6.1.5Fish1.6.1.1.7Sea mammalesolo eyomumaaji nʼohubwomunamphibian; animal that lives partly in water1.6.1Types of animals1.6.1.4Amphibianesolo eyookesanmammal; animal that has mammary glands to suckle their young1.6.1.1Mammal

esolo eyomumaaji nʼohubwomuesolo ejomumaaji nʼohubwomunamphibian; animal that lives partly in waterEmbiri solo yo mu maaji.A hippo is an amphibian.1.6.1Types of animals1.6.1.4Amphibiander. ofesolo