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enjabuhanaenjabuhanan1engeri eyʼohutaba ŋalala oba ohwihirisiganiaOhutasoma hwaletireŋo enjabuhana ŋagati wuwe nʼabaganda babe.Being illiterate brought about his separation between him and his brothers.7.5.1.1Separate, scatter4.1.6.3Alone4.4.2.5Separate, alone4.1.6Disunity2.6.1.4Divorce2conversion, from one religion to anotherOhuteenda husiiba hwaletireŋo enjabuhana yiye nʼehisiraamu gacuuha gehirihisa mu Kuristo.The dislike for fasting brought about his conversion from Islam to Christianity.3.2.5.1Believe4.9.7.1Religious person

enyumbaenyumbanhouse; building for s.b. or a family to live in6.5.1.1House6.5.1.2Types of housesenyumba eyʼamatafaalinhouse built using bricks6.5.1.1House6.5.1.2Types of housesenyumba yʼesengeronshrine; house of worship4.9.8.2Place of worshipohutula enyumbavIdiom. divorce; abandon a marriage, by a womanSynohutula mwirya4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorce

eyi banobaeyi banobandivorced person; the one left behind after divorceWayira njeyi muhasi ganobire.Wayira is the one divorced by is wife.4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorceder. ofohunoba

malekerereabamalekererendivorcee; single woman who divorced her husband4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorce

nacombonacombonwoman who divorced her husband and cohabits with men4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorce

ohubbingav1dismiss s.b. who is dislikedGabbingire omuhasi wuwe olwʼobuhwedi.He dismissed his wife because of her immorality.7.2.8Send someone4.7.7.5Ostracize7.3.3.4Chase away2chase away; cause s.t. to runGabbingire ekima hu mere.He chased the marauding monkeys from the garden.4.7.7.5Ostracize7.3.3.4Chase away3beat, win, defeat; prevail over, e.g., in a game, fight, contest or in war4.2.6.2Sports4.8.3.1Defeat4.8.3.2Win4exorcise; cast out a demon4.9.4.2Demon possessionohubbinga omuhasivdivorce a woman; cause a wife to leave your home4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorceohubbingiwav1be chased by an opponent in a race4.2.6.2Sports7.2.6Pursue7.2.1.1.1Run2be defeated4.2.6.2Sports4.8.3.3Lose a fight4.8.3.1Defeatohubbingiwa mu busoolovlose a fight4.2.6.2Sports4.8.3.3Lose a fight4.8.3.1Defeat

ohubbinga omuhasivdivorce a woman; cause a wife to leave your home4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorceder. ofohubbinga

ohulehulanavseparate a relationship; stop holding each other or stop living togetherMusaasula baleheene nʼomuhasi wuwe.Musasula and his wife left each other.4.1.7.1End a relationship4.3.3.3Abandon2.6.1.4Divorceder. ofohulehula

ohunobavrun away, desert, leave; when a woman divorces a husband, or abandons her parentsOmuhasi ganobire huwamwe.The woman left her husband.Omuhaana oyo ganobire abasaaye babe.That girl has deserted her parents [i.e. she never visits them].4.1.7.1End a relationship7.2.3.3Leave7.2.4.5Move to a new house4.3.3.3Abandon2.6.1.4Divorceeyi banobandivorced person; the one left behind after divorce4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorceohunobaganavdivorce each other4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorce

ohupaalavdesert a husband; when a woman runs off with another manOmuhasi gapaaye nʼomusinde owundi.The woman ran off with another man.4.1.7.1End a relationship7.2.3.3Leave7.2.4.5Move to a new house4.3.3.3Abandon2.6.1.4Divorce

ohutula enyumbavIdiom. divorce; abandon a marriage, by a womanSynohutula mwirya4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorceder. ofenyumba

ohutula mwiryavIdiom. divorce; abandon a marriage, by a womanSynohutula enyumba4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorceder. ofomweŋa

ohwabuhanav1be separated esp. in marriage4.4.2.5Separate, alone2.6.1.4Divorce2share a boundary with s.b.; be separated by a boundaryEhyalo Kenya ni Uganda byabuhanira hu lwabi lwe Lwahaha.The countries Kenya and Uganda are separated by river Lwahaha.6.5.4.2Boundary4.3.4.5Share with

ohweyabulavdisassociate; be divided4.4.2.5Separate, alone4.1.6.2Set self apart4.1.6Disunity9.6.1.6Dissociationohweyabulamovfall out, go separate ways; part company due to a disagreement4.1.6Disunity2.6.1.4Divorce

ohweyabulamovfall out, go separate ways; part company due to a disagreement4.1.6Disunity2.6.1.4Divorceder. ofohweyabula

omweŋavar.weŋaabeeŋannew bride; woman who has recently marriedAbeŋa sibalya nʼabahwe baawe.Newly married women don’t share meals with their parents-in-law.2.6.1.2Wedding2.6.1Marriageohutula mwiryavIdiom. divorce; abandon a marriage, by a womanSynohutula enyumba4.1.7.1End a relationship2.6.1.4Divorce