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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

ohwabuhav1differ, diverge fromOmwana ono gaabuha hu ola.This child differs from that one.4.1.7.1End a relationship8.3.5.2.3Different7.5.7Multiple things moving2move sideways; turn off or away7.2.2.6Turn7.2.2.3Move sideways

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