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etondoamatondondrop of a liquidBamulomire ohutonyanga etondo hyʼeralarala hu moni buli lunaku.He was instructed to put one drop of medicine in his eye.1.3.2.3Drip7.3.2.5Lower something7.2.2.5.1Fall1.1.3.3Rain

ohukukumuhavshake loose and fall down; many things becoming disengaged and falling down, e.g., fruit, leaves, even life itselfEmiyembe jikukumuha ni jiŋwa humasaala.Mangoes are falling down from the tree.Abaana bange baŋooye ohukukumuha bosibosi.All my children have dropped away [died].7.3.1.3Shake7.3.1.4Knock over7.9.2Tear down8.1.4.3Decrease9.3.1.4To a smaller degree7.2.2.5.1Fallohukukumulavshake s.t.7.3.1.3Shake7.2.2.8Move back and forthohukukumusavcause s.t. to shed, e.g., fruit from a tree by shaking branches or due to drought7.2.2.5Move down7.3.2.5Lower something7.2.2.5.1Fallohukukumusa amahoolavshed leaves1.5.6Growth of plants

ohukukumusavcause s.t. to shed, e.g., fruit from a tree by shaking branches or due to droughtEmisaala jikukumusa amahoola mu ndobooli.Trees shed leaves during the dry season.7.2.2.5Move down7.3.2.5Lower something7.2.2.5.1Fallder. ofohukukumuha

ohuŋanulav1take down7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere7.9.2Tear down7.3.2.5Lower something2pick crops; harvestMuje muŋanule emicungwa.Go and take pick the oranges.6.2.5Harvest3copy8.3.5.6Copy8.3.5.5Imitate

ohuŋunuha2vaccidentally drop s.t. that was being held in the hands7.2.2.5Move down4.4.2.3Accident7.3.2.5Lower something7.2.2.5.1Fall

ohutwihavassist s.b. to lift a load for carrying onto the headOhutwiha omuutu esong ya maaji esobere.When at a well help putting a water pot on another’s head.7.3.1Carry7.3.2.4Lift4.3.4.2Helpohutwihulavunload, place down, put down a load7.5.9Put7.3.8Transport7.3.2.5Lower something7.3.4.3Put down

ohwetwihavcarry on the head or vehicle7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transport

ohwetwihiwavbe carried on the head or vehicle7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transport