Search results for "Pounding tool"

ehinabbirovar.ehibbiroebinabbironclub; thick stick, esp. with a thick butt that is used as a weapon6.7.2Pounding tool4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot

ehinuebinunmortar; bowl shaped vessel made of wood in which food is pounded6.7.2Pounding tool5.2.1.2.2Pound in mortar and pestle5.2.1.3Cooking utensil

ekubbiroekubbironmallet; hammer-like tool with an enlarged head, typically of wood, used for driving tools like a chisel or striking a surface without damage6.6.2.7Working with stone6.7.2Pounding tool6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.4.3Working with leather6.6.3Working with wood

engoolo2engoolon1thresher; flail for millet or for ramming the floor of a newly made houseEngoolo yanguŋia ohuhubba obule ohusinga ohuŋuula.Threshing millet with a flail is faster than pounding it in a mortar.6.2.8Agricultural tool6.2.6.3Thresh6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance5.2.1.2.2Pound in mortar and pestle2club; shaped stick with a thick butt used in fighting6.7.2Pounding tool4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot

enyundoenyundonhammer; tool with a handle that has a metal piece fixed at one end that is used for driving nails into wood6.6.2.7Working with stone6.7.2Pounding tool6.6.2.3Working with metal6.6.3Working with wood

esaamo1esaamonmallet; shaped piece of wood with a handle and a thick end that has small ridges cut on it, that is used in making bark cloth6.6.2.7Working with stone6.7.2Pounding tool6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.4.3Working with leather6.6.3Working with wood

eso2esonsmall upper stone used when grinding milletOhusa obule hyetagisa eso hu lubaale.To grind millet you need a smaller stone for crushing the grain on the larger one.6.7.2Pounding tool6.2.6.2Mill grain5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation5.2.1.2.2Pound in mortar and pestle7.7.6Grind5.2.1.2.3Grind flour
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