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ehitengeyeraebitengeyeranuncultivated area; piece in a field remaining to be dug6.5.1.3Land, property6.2.3Plant a field

embago1embagon1plough; large farming tool that is pulled by oxen or a tractor when digging6.6.6Working with land6.2.8Agricultural tool6.2.2.2Plow a field6.2.2.1Clear a field6.2.4Tend a field6.2.3Plant a field6.2.1Growing crops6.2.2Land preparation2hoe; tool used for digging6.2.8Agricultural tool6.7.1.2Digging toolmbago lojohanIdiom. lazy person when it comes to working in the field.

epaasiepaasin1plough share; part of a plough that turns the soil when ploughing6.6.6Working with land6.2.8Agricultural tool6.2.2.2Plow a field6.2.2.1Clear a field6.2.4Tend a field6.2.3Plant a field6.2.1Growing crops6.2.2Land preparation2flat iron, iron box; tool heated and used for ironing clothes5.6.4Wash clothes

eroban1soil; top part of the earth where cultivation is done and where plants growEroba lyo mwirungu litera ohuba egimu.Swamp soil is usually fertile., dirt2plot; person’s piece of land as his property6.6.6Working with land6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1Landeroba egimunsoil is fertile when it yields good crops1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.2.2.3Fertilize a field6.2.3Plant a fielderoba epangisenleased land; land that is not owned by s.b. but hired for cultivation6.8.4.6Hire, rent6.5.1.3Land, propertyeroba eryʼehipaapinclayey soil with very fine particles1.2.2.1Soil, dirteroba esambenkneaded mud for making bricks1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.5.3Building materialsohufundya ebyohugimuhisa erobavcompost soil; make vegetation rot for manure6.2.2.3Fertilize a field

eroba egimunsoil is fertile when it yields good cropsEroba lyo mwirungu ritera ohuba egimu.The clayey soil is often good for ceramics., dirt6.2.2.3Fertilize a field6.2.3Plant a fieldder. oferoba

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. upright8. 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. maize6.2.3Plant a fieldohuhoma ebimulivgrow flowers6.2.1.6Growing flowers6.2.1Growing cropsohuhomehavplant upright8. a field

ohuhoma duumavput maize seeds into the ground6. maize6.2.3Plant a fieldder. ofohuhoma1

ohuhoyigavheap soil for planting sweet potato vines7.5.9.1Load, pile6.2.3Plant a field

ohuhuniha amalibovplant sweet potatoes by pushing the potato vines in heaped moundsEbiŋamba ebi bahoyigire ohwefula biba byangu ohuhuniha.The potato mounds heaped during the rain season are easier to push potato vines in them.6.2.3Plant a field6. potatoes

ohumwavsow seedsObule babumwa mu ndobooli.Millet is sown during the dry season.6.2.3Plant a field

ohuŋaanyav1broadcast seeds or fertilisers in a fieldGahaŋanyira habiri obule mu muga ni butamera. Jʼoŋaanye amaaji hubule obumeri wahamera bulaŋi.He has twice broadcast millet in his field but it did not germinate. Go and sprinkle water on the millet so that it germinates into good yeast., scatter6.2.1.1Growing grain7.4.4Distribute6.2.3Plant a field7.5.7Multiple things moving2sprinkle, splash a liquid on s.t.Ehidiriisi ehibaaye hibita hyapanyaho amaaji.The car was passing and then splashed water on me.Omutuusa gaŋaanyire amaaji hu bosibosi abaali mu ngolo.The spirit medium sprinkled water on all those who were in the shrine.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.2Pour7.3.7.3Spread, smear1.3.2.3Drip4.9.5.6Religious purification1.1.3.3Rain1.3.3Wet

ohutemeravheap up soil for growing sweet potatoes7.5.9.1Load, pile6.2.3Plant a field

ohwiruulav1revise; go over again3. something8. seed after it has failed to germinate6.2.3Plant a field