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ehiŋahaniaebiŋahaniancause, reason for protest9.6.2.5Cause3.

ohufulumuhav1rush away; run offAfulumuhire gaaleha ebiryo.He has run off and left food. quickly7.2.3.3Leave8.4.8.1Quick7.2.3.1Move away7. abruptly in protest7.2.1.2Move quickly7.2.3.3Leave3. away4.3.3.3Abandon7.2.1.1Walk7. out; chase an animal from its hiding place when hunting6.4.1Hunt

ohuhomba hwʼerimavIdiom. oppose, resist; resolutely refuse to do s.t.Omusaani wuwe ahombire hwʼerima ohuja mu musomero eri bataŋenyuhamo, geenda lyahuŋenyuhamo.His son has totally refused to go to a day school, he wants to go to a boarding one. to do something3. against something bad4. against authority

ohuŋosyavgive evidence; answer in a court of lawHunahaŋosya omusango olwejo nʼomwami owe Saza.We shall give evidence tomorrow before the Saza chief., testifyohweŋosyahovanswer a charge; defend yourself in court4.4.4.4Save from trouble9.1.2.2React, respond3. against something bad4.8.2.1Fight for something good4.7.5.4Defend against accusation

ohusiravreject, boycott; refuse to accept or do s.t. in a sulky, impolite mannerOmwana asirire emere.The child refused food.Abahwe basirire emaali.The in-laws reject the bride wealth. to do something3. against authority3.3.1.7Stubbornohutasiravhave a strong opinion or conviction, have no doubts; believe s.t. strongly3.2.5Opinion3.2.5.1Believe

ohuyaabuluhavdisperse from a gathering in a rowdy, riotous manner3. against authority

ohwegugumulavdemonstrate; protest against s.t. e.g., against high taxes3. against authority
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