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ohugumbululavscatter, disperse, break up a crowd of people, esp. a mob e.g., what the police would do to restore peaceSynohuhendeesa obutabanguho7.5.1.1Separate, scatter4.8.2.6Riot4.8.4.8.1Stop fighting4.5Authority7.5.7Multiple things moving3.3.3.6Control

ohuhomba hwʼerimavIdiom. oppose, resist; resolutely refuse to do s.t.Omusaani wuwe ahombire hwʼerima ohuja mu musomero eri bataŋenyuhamo, geenda lyahuŋenyuhamo.His son has totally refused to go to a day school, he wants to go to a boarding one.3.5.1.3.3Contradict3.3.2.2Refuse to do something3.2.5.4.2Protest4.8.2.2Fight against something bad4.3.4.2.1Hinder3.3.5.2Reject4.8.1.1Oppose4.8.2.6Riot4.5.4.6Rebel against authority

ohunyigiranavcommotion, cause aEnyumba yaali tono hyabaletera ohunyigirana.The house was small which made them cause a commotion.3.4.2.3Angry7.5.5.1Disorganized4.8.2.6Riot3.4.2.1.6Upset4.3.4.6Meddle

ohuyaabuluhavdisperse from a gathering in a rowdy, riotous manner3.2.5.4.2Protest4.8.2.6Riot4.5.4.6Rebel against authority

ohwegugumulavdemonstrate; protest against s.t. e.g., against high taxes3.2.5.4.2Protest4.8.2.6Riot4.5.4.6Rebel against authority
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