Search results for "Malnutrition, starvation"
ehyeyaebyeya1desert; area where vegetation is sparse and cultivation difficult because there is insufficient waterAbaŋalabbu bagula hugula emere kuba bali mu hyeya, sibasobola hulima mere yaawe.The Arabs just buy their food because they are in a dry area where they can’t cultivate their food.184.108.40.206Forest, grassland, desert2drought; long spell of dry weatherEhyeya hyaliho emyesi mingi hyomya ebirime.There was a long spell of dry weather that scorched the crops.220.127.116.11Season18.104.22.168Dry1.1.3Weather22.214.171.124Droughtohufa ehyeyaIdiom. be malnourished126.96.36.199Malnutrition, starvation
enjalaenjala1hunger; uncomfortable or painful feeling in the stomach caused by lack of foodEnjala yinuma luhulu.I am very hungry.188.8.131.52Hungry, thirsty184.108.40.206Malnutrition, starvation2famine; time when there is very little or no food in the countryOhwenjala abaatu balya lulala mu lunaku lwosirwosi.During famine people eat once in a whole day.220.127.116.11Hungry, thirsty18.104.22.168Crop failure22.214.171.124Malnutrition, starvation
ohuhendeerabecome decreased in weight or size126.96.36.199Decrease188.8.131.52To a smaller degree8.2.1Small184.108.40.206Lessohuhendeera omubiribecome thin, emaciated220.127.116.11Thin person18.104.22.168Decrease22.214.171.124To a smaller degree8.2.1Small126.96.36.199Malnutrition, starvationohuhendeesa1lessen, reduce; make s.t. become less188.8.131.52To a small degree184.108.40.206Decrease220.127.116.11Few, little18.104.22.168To a smaller degree8.2.1Small22.214.171.124Less2subtract; take away from a quantity126.96.36.199Take something from somewhere188.8.131.52Subtract numbers7.4.3Getohuhendeesa obutabanguhocurb, quell, control a riotSynohugumbulula184.108.40.206Separate, scatter220.127.116.11Riot18.104.22.168.1Stop fighting4.5Authority22.214.171.124Control
ohuŋotohawilt, wither, shrivel: become thinOmwana wuwe gaŋotoheeye hu mubiri.His child has wasted away while still being nursed.Omumwi gwaduhire luhulu ebirime byaŋotoha.There was a lot of sunshine that made the crops to wilt.126.96.36.199Thin person188.8.131.52Decrease184.108.40.206Crop failure220.127.116.11To a smaller degree8.2.1Small1.5.6Growth of plants18.104.22.168Malnutrition, starvation1.5.7Plant diseasesohuŋotosacause s.t. to wither or waste away22.214.171.124Thin person126.96.36.199Decrease188.8.131.52To a smaller degree8.2.1Small1.5.6Growth of plants184.108.40.206Malnutrition, starvation
ohwondavar.ohwondolohawaste away; become emaciated, extremely thinNgawondire luhulu!How very thin you have become!220.127.116.11Thin person18.104.22.168Decrease22.214.171.124To a smaller degree8.2.1Small126.96.36.199Malnutrition, starvationohwondyamake thin, feed poorly; put s.b., e.g., a woman. on special diet so that she becomes slim188.8.131.52Thin person184.108.40.206Decrease220.127.116.11To a smaller degree8.2.1Small18.104.22.168Malnutrition, starvation