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epunuhaepunuhanmethod of escaping7.2.6.3Escape

epununuhaepununuhanescape7.2.6.3Escape

ohugosya abaatuvkidnap; take away and hold s.b. by forceAbaatu abagosyaŋo abaana batera ohusunga epiiya enyene enyingi ko babalehula.People who kidnap children demand for a lot of money before they release them.4.3.4.8Kidnapagosyaŋo abaatunkidnapper; abductor4.3.4.8Kidnapengosyaŋo yʼabaatunkidnapping, abduction of people4.3.4.8Kidnapohwegosyagosyavabsent yourself7.2.3.3Leave8.5.3.1Absentohwegosyaŋovdisappear; hide yourself; sneak away from7.6Hide4.4.3.3Avoid7.2.6.3Escape7.2.1.1Walk2.3.1.5.1Appear

ohumolavmove in a stealthy manner7.2.1.1Walkohumololohavsneak out; walk away stealthily7.2.3.3Leave7.2.6.3Escape7.2.1.1Walk

ohumololohavsneak out; walk away stealthily7.2.3.3Leave7.2.6.3Escape7.2.1.1Walkder. ofohumola

ohuŋonera hu lwalavnarrowly escape, just by the skin of the teethSynohuŋonera ŋadidiri7.2.6.3Escape4.4.3.7Surviveder. ofolwala

ohuŋonera ŋadidirivnarrowly escape, just by the skin of the teethSynohuŋonera hu lwala7.2.6.3Escape4.4.3.7Surviveder. ofhididiri

ohuŋunuha1v1escape; get away from confinement7.2.6.3Escape2survive; continue in existence after an adverse incidentGaŋunuhire emotoka ni yaguuye yefuula.He survived when the car overturned.4.4.3.7Surviveohuŋunulavhelp s.b. escape from confinement such as prison or a police cell.4.4.4.4Save from trouble7.2.6.3Escape4.4.4Respond to someone in trouble4.3.4.2Help

ohuŋunulavhelp s.b. escape from confinement such as prison or a police cell.4.4.4.4Save from trouble7.2.6.3Escape4.4.4Respond to someone in trouble4.3.4.2Helpder. ofohuŋunuha1

ohusenga2vshift to a new residence other than that where you may formally have resided7.2.4.5Move to a new houseohwesengavtake refuge; leave your own home or family and stay at another home, house, or even country7.6Hide4.4.4.4Save from trouble7.2.6.3Escape7.2.4.5Move to a new house5.9Live, stay
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