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ekeroekeronhole made by termites at the sides of an anthill for ventilationAmage maŋigo gayaba ekero ohwetoloola ehiswa hyago.The termites that swarm at dawn make holes around their anthill.1.6.5Animal home1.2.1.5Underground7.8.6Dig

eroŋoamaloŋon1hole, hollow; space dug in the ground or a hole through an objectGayabire eroŋo omugabiihire amasisye agohugimuhisa ebirime bibye.He dug a hole in which he kept cow dung for fertilising his crops.Omwana ali nʼeroŋo mu lino.The child has a hole in the tooth.7.8.5Make hole, opening8.3.1.6.3Hollow1.2.1.5Underground6.6.2.1Mining7.8.6Dig2crater; opening on a mountain going deep into the ground through which cinders and ashes are ejectedOlusosi lunalehera ohuhaasa omuliro, eroŋo omugutulira lifuuha nyanja.When the volcano stops ejecting fire, the crater becomes a lake.1.2.1.5Underground1.2.1.2Volcano3spring; hole in the ground where water springs forthOmumwi gunatula, nʼamaloŋo agabamo esulo goosi gomera.During the dry season the holes where water springs up also dry up.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour1.3.1.4Spring, well

obugaaganriches, wealth; assets that make s.b. richObugaaga bwa Uganda bulimo amafuta ezaabbu ko nʼebirime ebitaniwa.The assets making the riches of Uganda include oil, gold and cash crops.6.8.1.5Possession, property6.8.2Accumulate wealth4.4.1Prosperity6.8.1.2Rich6.8.1Have wealthebyʼobugaga ebyomwirobanminerals; articles of wealth obtained from under the ground6.6.2Working with minerals1.2.2.4Mineralohuyaba ebyʼobugaagavmine; extract minerals from underground6.6.6Working with land6.6.2Working with minerals1.2.1.5Underground6.6.2.1Mining7.8.6Dig

ohuhoma1v1plant; put seeds in prepared groundEbirime ebibahoma mu nyiriri biba byangu byʼohwaga ohusinga ebibamwa humwa.The crops that are planted in rows are easier to weed than those that are just broadcast.6.2.3Plant a field2make an object be verticalHoma ekondo yesimbe.Make the pole vertical.7.3.1.5Set upright8.3.1.4.1Vertical3Euph. bury. A sarcastic way of referring to the burial of s.b.7.3.7Cover7.8.6Dig2.6.6.5Buryohuhoma duumavput maize seeds into the ground6.2.1.1.3Growing maize6.2.3Plant a fieldohuhoma ebimulivgrow flowers6.2.1.6Growing flowers6.2.1Growing cropsohuhomehavplant upright8.3.1.4.1Vertical6.2.3Plant a field

ohuhuhudulavscratchEmbwa ehuduuye munju erongo.The dog has scratched a hole in the house.7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.5.3Injure7.8.6Dig7.9.1Damage

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

ohusiihavbury; put and cover things in a hole7.3.7Cover7.8.6Dig2.6.6.5Bury

ohuyabavdig; remove soil from its original placeOlwabi luyaba omwombe gwalwo ni rugenda.The river keeps digging its course as it flows.6.6.6Working with land6.2.2.2Plow a field6.2.2.1Clear a field7.8.6Dig6.2.2Land preparationohuyaba amafutavdrill for oil6.6.2.6Working with oil and gas

ohuyoolav1scoop up s.t. in the hands7.8.6Dig2scoop up a ghost and take where it wants to settle. This involves scooping sand from where s.b. who is a spirit medium fallsOhuyoola ehiigu (ohuyoola omujehe aŋa musamisi agwa).To scoop up a ghost (this involves scooping sand from where s.b. who is a spirit medium falls).4.9.4.1Sorcery7.8.6Dig3move things using a shovel6.7.1.2Digging tool4collect things and put them where they may stay6.8.2.6Collect7.5.9Put6.2.5.3Gather wild plants7.5.7Multiple things moving7.5.1Gather

omwombeemyomben1river basin; valley where water flowsEmyaha jinabitaŋo olwabi lucuusa omwombe gwalwo.After many years a river changes its basin.1.3.1.2Swamp1.3.1.3River1.3.1Bodies of water1.2.1.4Valley2furrow, channel, ditch in a ploughed garden in which water may flow, esp. after rain fall6.6.7.2Conveying water1.3.1.3River6.6.7Working with water1.3.1Bodies of water6.2.4.3Irrigate8.3.2.5Furrow3tunnel; empty space in the ground or on the surface of an object dug by an animal to sleep in1.6.5Animal home1.2.1.5Underground7.8.6Dig