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ehiyohaebiyohancoma; state of deep unconsciousness, arising from disease or injury2.5.6.4Lose consciousness

kamunguluzekamunguluzendizziness; situation in which s.b. feels he is spinning around and is unable to stand and balance himself2.5.6.5Dazed, confused2.5.6Symptom of disease7.2.1.6.1Balance2.5.6.4Lose consciousness

ohubbalihahovfaint; lose consciousness2.5.6.4Lose consciousness

ohufa2v1dieMaama gafuuye.Mother died.2.6.6Die2be cancelledEbyʼohuhwa eyi muganda yange abaaye nʼahwa byafuuye.My brother’s up coming marriage has been cancelled.8.4.6.1.2Stop something6.1.2.5.2Cancel an eventehiguudyo hyʼohufandeath sentence; capital punishment4.7.6.2Condemn, find guilty4.7.7.4ExecuteohufaahovMetaphor. be unconscious; be sick to the extent of being in coma2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessohufaaniav1regain consciousness2.5.6.4Lose consciousness2understand, recognise, perceive, see clearly and get the meaning of s.t.2.3Sense, perceive3.2.6.2Recognize3.2.4Understandohutafavhave everlasting life; be immortal8.4.2.3Forever4.9.6.1Resurrection

ohufa olwesovar.ohufaho olwesovIdiom. faint; be unconsciousOmuhasi gafuuyeho olweso ni gasunire amaŋuliro gohufa hwa nyina.The woman fainted when she got the news of her mother’s death.2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessder. ofolweso

ohufaahovMetaphor. be unconscious; be sick to the extent of being in coma2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessder. ofohufa2

ohufaaniav1regain consciousnessOhuhena ohugwa efubu, ŋahani afania.Now, she has regained consciousness after fainting.2.5.6.4Lose consciousness2understand, recognise, perceive, see clearly and get the meaning of s.t.Afaniisye ehindoma.He has understood what I am saying.ŋahani faniisye lwahina abahasi, abahalehale, sibalyanga ngoho.It is now clear to me why, in the old days, women were not eating chicken.2.3Sense, perceive3.2.6.2Recognize3.2.4Understandder. ofohufa2

ohugobosav1return s.t.7.3.3.2Return something2repay a debt; reimburse6.8.5.4Repay debt3regain consciousness after faintingOmulwaye agobohiise.The sick person has regained consciousness.2.5.6.4Lose consciousness4owibbuha wajaho omubiri8.2.3.2Fat person5renew; make s.t. become new7.9.4Repair6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance8.4.6.5.3New6substitute8.3.5.2.3Different8.4.5.1.6Alternate7.5.6Substitute9.6.1.5.2Insteadder. ofohugobola

ohuŋoleeresa2vsooth; pass the hand in regular movement over a child’s body to pacify crying7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch3.4.1.2.2Calm2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby4.8.4.8Make peaceohuŋoleeresahovanaesthetise; cause s.b. to be temporarily unconscious2.5.7Treat disease2.5.6.4Lose consciousness

ohuŋoleeresahovanaesthetise; cause s.b. to be temporarily unconscious2.5.7Treat disease2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessder. ofohuŋoleeresa2

ohusisimuhav1wake up5.7.3Wake up5.7Sleep2become conscious2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessohusisimusavwake s.b. up; cause s.b. to awaken5.7.3Wake up5.7Sleep

ohwitavkill; slaughter; execute2.6.6.1Kill4.7.7.4Executeohweyitavcommit suicide2.6.6.1Kill4.7.7.4Executeohwitahovanaesthetise s.b. before a surgical operation2.5.7Treat disease2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessohwitisavcause s.b. or s.t. to die2.6.6Die

ohwitahovanaesthetise s.b. before a surgical operation2.5.7Treat disease2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessder. ofohwita

olumbuujuembuujundizzinessOyo olumbuuju lumuŋambire.That one was overcome by dizziness.2.5.6.5Dazed, confused2.5.6Symptom of disease7.2.1.6.1Balance2.5.6.4Lose consciousness

olwesonfaint; temporary state of being in a fainting condition2.5.6.4Lose consciousnessohufa olwesovIdiom. faint; be unconscious2.5.6.4Lose consciousness