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ehyʼendaalo jinoebyʼendaalo jinonmodern thing; s.t. of these daysKompyuta njeʼhiŋandiiha ehyeʼndaalo jino, so sitayipulayita.A computer is the modern implement for writing these days, and not the typewriter.

obunyaahannewnessEnju yino pyaha.This house is new.

ohugobosav1return s.t. something2repay a debt; reimburse6.8.5.4Repay debt3regain consciousness after faintingOmulwaye agobohiise.The sick person has regained consciousness. consciousness4owibbuha wajaho omubiri8.2.3.2Fat person5renew; make s.t. become new7.9.4Repair6.5.3.1Building equipment and maintenance8. ofohugobola

ohuhulavmature, become an adult; grow to maturity (of a plant), take root (of a tuber), increase in size by natural processEbisaala byeyongeeye ohuhula olwʼefula eriho.The trees have grown bigger because of the current rains. a larger degree8.2Big8., not young1.5.6Growth of plants7.3.4.7Extend8.1.4.2Increase2.6.4.6Grow, get biggerohuhulahulaniavdevelop, progress, modernise; change to a more advanced state8. older than; be more advanced in age8.4.6.5Age8., not young

ohuhulahulaniavdevelop, progress, modernise; change to a more advanced state8. ofohuhula

ohwahirav1eat the first fruits of the season for the first time, e.g., eat new millet6.2.5.1First fruits5.2.2Eat2experience s.t. for the first time8.

omunyiitoeminyiitonvogue, newness; quality of being new, current, trendy or popular8.

wenyaadvnewly; anewGaboŋire bubi egaali ngʼaŋo ayisitula ayiboŋa wenya.He fixed the bicycle badly, so he undid it and fixed it anew.

wopuleadvbrand new and unusedBamutoneeye egaali epyaha wopule.They presented him with a brand new bicycle.