Search results for "To a small degree"

ehisinga obutonoebisinga obutononleast thing; smallest in size, amount or importance8.1.5.5Most, least9.3.1.2To a small degree8.1.3.2Few, little8.2.1Small8.1.4.1Lessder. ofehitono

ehyabavar.ehyaba hyʼengaloehyaba hyʼohuguluebyabanthe inner part of the hand between wrist and fingers or the inner part of the foot between heel and toes.Gataye enooti yʼolukumi mu hyaba ehyʼengalo yʼomusungi hu lusimbo lwʼamaduuka.He placed a one thousand shillings note in the palm of a beggar at the veranda of the shops.Yambala engato amaŋwa gatahusimita ebyaba byamagulu gago.Wear shoes so that thorns don’t prick your soles.2.1.3.2Leg2.1.3.1Armohutaŋera ehyabanIdiom. little quantity; barely a handful, so little an amount that it does not fill hands cupped to carry it9.3.1.2To a small degree8.1.3.2Few, little

nibatasingaadvless thanŊaliŋo abaatu ni batasinga abiri; baali huupi ehumi nʼamunana.There were people not exceeding twenty; maybe they were eighteen.9.3.1.2To a small degree8.1.3.2Few, little8.1.4.1Less

ohutaŋera ehyabanIdiom. little quantity; barely a handful, so little an amount that it does not fill hands cupped to carry it9.3.1.2To a small degree8.1.3.2Few, littleder. ofehyaba

ohuwangaalavpersist, endure; last for a long time, e.g., live for many years4.4.3.6Endure2.6Life8.4.2.2A long time5.9Live, stayehiwangaazins.t. long-lasting; situation or a being that lasts eternally8.4.2.3Foreverobuwangaazinlifespan8.4.1Period of time2.6Lifeohutawangaalavhave a short life span9.3.1.2To a small degree8.4.1Period of time8.4.2.1A short time

omunwa1eminwanmouth, beak; part through which food is passed when eating1.6.2.1Parts of a bird2.1.1.4Mouth1.6.2Parts of an animalesuulu nʼomunwanIdiom. very short distance9.3.1.2To a small degree8.2.2.1Short, not long8.2.1Small