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ehyangu2ebyangunloofah, sponge, a climbing plant whose fibrous fruit is used as a sponge for scrubbing the body when bathingsp. Luffa cylindrica fam. Cucurbitaceae5.6.1Clean, dirty7.7.5Rub5.6.3Wash dishes7.3.7.3Spread, smear5.6.6Wipe, erase5.6.2Bathe

ohubiŋavar.ohwebiŋavTaboo. clean the anus after defecating7.7.5Rub5.6.6Wipe, erase2.2.8Defecate, fecesohubiŋisavTaboo. use s.t. for wiping faeces7.7.5Rub5.6.6Wipe, erase2.2.8Defecate, feces

ohubiŋisavTaboo. use s.t. for wiping faecesEbihoola ebyohubiŋira.Leaves that are used for wiping off faeces on a baby for example.7.7.5Rub5.6.6Wipe, erase2.2.8Defecate, fecesder. ofohubiŋa

ohuhunyavscrub; rub s.t. hard with a brush and water in order to clean itHunya ehiteepe nʼamaaji agalimo saabbu owʼobuwunga ohituseho amajibbondo ago.Scrub the wall with water mixed with powdered soap to remove those blotches.6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance7.7.5Rub5.6Cleaningohwehunyavscrub yourself in bathing5.6.2Bathe

ohuhuutavscrub, esp. when cleaning cooking utensils6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance7.7.5Rub5.6Cleaningohwehuutavscrub yourself when bathing5.6.2Bathe

ohumiginyavrub the eyes; pass the hand over the eyes while squeezing them7.3.4.5Actions of the hand7.7.5Rub7.3.7.3Spread, smear2.1.1.1Eye7.3.4.1Touch

ohusabuusavwipe; clean by removing wet dirt or dust, esp. when using a piece of clothSabuusa amaaji agajijuhire hu meeza.Wipe the water that has spilled on the table.Sabuusa hu saani.Wipe the plates.Sabuusa hu lubaawo.Wipe the blackboard.Osabuusa ŋa hituli kowataŋo obulesi nʼonaba omupiira gwʼegaali.You first rub around the puncture before applying the rubber solution when mending a punctured a bicycle tube.5.6.1Clean, dirty7.7.5Rub7.3.7.3Spread, smear5.6.6Wipe, eraseohusabuusa amasigavwipe tears to comfort s.b.7.7.5Rub3.5.6.5Cry, tear5.6.6Wipe, erase

ohusandagavmake an incision in the skin to rub in herbal medicine in order to treat illness2.5.7Treat disease7.8.3Cut2.5.7.5Traditional medicineohwesandagavrub herbal medicine in self inflicted cuts on the body to immunise it against diseases and poison from snake bites2.5.7Treat disease7.3.4.5Actions of the hand7.7.5Rub2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.7.3Spread, smear7.3.4.1Touch

ohusimuulav1wipe, mop, swab, rub off; remove moisture or dust from a surface by wipingSimuula omwana gahabalagala.Wipe the baby to dry him.Wesimuuleeho oluuya mu moni.Mop the sweat from your face.Wesimuuleeho amasiga.Wipe your tears.5.6.1Clean, dirty7.7.5Rub5.8Manage a house7.3.7.3Spread, smear5.6.6Wipe, erase5.6.5Sweep, rake2Metaphor. remove sorcery5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin6.2.6Process harvest4.9.4.1Sorcery

ohusiita1v1feel with the fingers7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch2rub; press on with the fingersAbaŋeho obulesi mu musiiteho.Let him give you medicine; you are to press it onto her.5.4.5Anoint the body7.3.4.5Actions of the hand7.7.5Rub2.3.5Sense of touch2.5.7.5Traditional medicine7.3.7.3Spread, smear7.3.4.1Touch

ohusyenav1sand, make smooth using sand paper8.3.1.3.1Flat8.3.2.1Smooth6.6.3Working with wood2polish and put a sheen on, e.g., with varnish or by rubbing7.7.5Rub8.3.2.1Smooth8.3.3.1Shine

ohwehuluusa2vrub against7.7.5Rub

ohweŋiryav1scrub yourself when bathingSisobola hweŋirya yi gongo; nja wunjede wupiryeho.I can’t scrub my back; come and assist me to do it.5.6.2Bathe2rub againstEgata lyeŋirya hu mandigaadi.The wheel is rubbing against the mud guard.7.7.5Rubder. ofohuŋirya

ohwesandagavrub herbal medicine in self inflicted cuts on the body to immunise it against diseases and poison from snake bites2.5.7Treat disease7.3.4.5Actions of the hand7.7.5Rub2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.7.3Spread, smear7.3.4.1Touchder. ofohusandaga