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ehitategerehehaebitategerehehanmystery; s.t. incomprehensible and beyond common understanding3.2.3.1Known, unknown3.2.4.3Mysterious3.2.3.3Secret

ehyamaebyamansecret; piece of information that is only known by one person or a few people and should not be told to others7.6Hide3.2.3.1Known, unknown3. your thoughts3.2.4.3Mysterious4.1.6.5Private, public3.2.3.3Secretohwehubbamo ehyamavIdiom. think twice3.2.2.3Evaluate, test3.2.1.1Think about3.3.3.2Advise3.2.2.1Study

ehyehwehireebyehwehirens.t. hiding itselfOmwesi ogwehwehire mu bireri sigwaduha.The moon hiding itself in the clouds, it is not shining.7.6Hide3.2.4.3Mysterious4.1.6.5Private, public3.2.3.3Secret

humuutuprosomeone; an unspecified or unknown person2Person9.2.3.2Indefinite pronounsohusima humuutuvIdiom. tip off; tell s.b. secretly3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise3.2.3.3Secret

ohubuulav1gossip, tattle on; engage in idle talk, telling other people’s secrets3. talk2read loudly3.5.7.3Read3solve a riddle3.5.4.3Riddle3.5.4.6Verbal tradition4.2.8Humor4reveal actions ofAbuuye mugandaawe agebire omutyere.He has revealed his brother who stole the rice., unknown3., preach; deliver a sermon3.5.2Make speech3.6.1Show, explain3.6Teach3.5.1Sayohubuulirirav1sensitise, inform; make s.b. aware of s.t., unknown3.5.3.2Information3.5.9Mass communication3.5.2.2News, message2give advice, counsel; convince two people to cooperate3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise3.3.3.1Suggest4.8.4.2Make an appeal3.3.3.3Persuade4.7.4.1Legal personnelohwebuulavown up, acknowledge; tell people that you are personally responsible for s.t.

ohubbutula1v1answer correctly by giving the precise cause or reason for s.t. when knowing the facts, esp. after others have guessed incorrectlyNdiise owabbutuye ehya bahayanianga.I was the one who related what was making them argue.Bagehisyeho ohuloma esiina lyʼomuhulu wʼe Cuba byabahaya; Nje Mwima agabbutuuye ati nje Fideli Castro.They guessed at the name of Cuba’s and failed; it was Mwima who said the right name of Fidel Castro., respond3.6.8Answer in a test3. secrets in public3.2.3.1Known, unknown3. ehyamavexpose a secret3.2.3.1Known, unknown3., public3.2.3.3Secret

ohulengulav1expose s.b.’s falsehood3. falsehood3.2.3.1Known, unknown3., public3.2.3.3Secret2Taboo. see s.b.’s private partsOmwana galenguuye semwana kuba gaali nʼepale enawuhi.The child saw the father’s private parts because he wore torn trousers., let someone see2.3.1.5Visible5.3.8Naked7.3.7.1Uncover5.3.9Style of clothing3.

ohunyololohav1meander; flow in a gentle, winding mannerHu museetwe olwabi lunyololoha hunyololoha ni lwebodyosa.On a plain the river flows gently and in a winding manner. of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour1.3.1.4Spring, well2walk silently in a stealthy mannerGanyololohire hunyoloha natenda husisimusa baana.She walked silently in a stealthy manner not to awaken the children. movement7.2.1.1Walk2.3.2.5Quiet3.2.3.3Secret

ohusima humuutuvIdiom. tip off; tell s.b. secretly3.3.3.7Warn3.3.3.2Advise3.2.3.3Secretder. ofhumuutu

ohutategeerehehav1be misunderstoodHibumbe ohwenda nʼababbenga hiretera emirimo jije ohutategeereheha.God’s love for sinners also makes his works to be misunderstood. mysterious3.2.3.1Known, unknown3.2.4.3Mysterious3.2.3.3Secretder. ofohutegeera

ohuwondawondavar.ohubundabundav1move stealthilyOmwibi awondawonda ni genda ohwiba.A thief moves stealthily when he wants to steal. stooped overOmuhayire awondawonda.An old person walks stooped over.