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ohubabuhav1become scorchedAmatu gababuhire nʼoluŋiira.Banana leaves are wilted by burning grass.5.5.4Burn5.2.1.1Cooking methods2become wilted, of leaves6.2.5.2Crop failure1.5.6Growth of plants1.5.7Plant diseasesohubabulav1wilt; heat leaves over fire in order to wilt and soften them5.2.1.1Cooking methods2scorch5.5.4Burn5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohubabulav1wilt; heat leaves over fire in order to wilt and soften themBabula amatu gʼohujungiraho.Wilt the leaves to be used in brewing.5.2.1.1Cooking methods2scorch5.5.4Burn5.2.1.1Cooking methodsder. ofohubabuha

ohubasav1heat, warm; cause s.t. that is cold to warm upBasa amaaji.Heat water.5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods2forge from metalHimanyire hubasa siringi.I don’t know how to make or forge a shilling.8.3.4Hot6.6.2.3Working with metal6.6.2.2Smeltingohubasahovslightly warm s.t.8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohucucumulavscald; burn with a hot liquid5.5.4Burn2.5.3Injure

ohuduunyavsmoulder; burn slowly without flames and only smoke emittingEkwi jiri huduunya huduunya sijaduha.The fire wood is just smouldering and not burning in flames.5.5.4Burn5.5Fireohwedunyisav1cause smoke to fume or to burn things2.5.7.5Traditional medicine5.5.5What fires produce2make the house have a sweet smell by burning incense in it5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn5.8Manage a house2.3.4Smell5.5Fire3burn medicine on charcoal to treat illness; cover with a blanket to be treated with medicinal smoke2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicine

ohumamavar.ohumamulav1burnOmama hi?What are you burning?5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.5Fire2make smoke5.5.5What fires produce3scorch; burn lightlyMamula hu ngoho ekunyule obwoya obusigayeho bwahanya.Slightly roast the chicken whose feathers have been plucked, so that the remaining ones burn.5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods4scald; burn with hot liquidAmaaji gʼamalwa, agasera gajijuhire hu mwana ga mumamula.Boiling water for millet beer poured on the child and scalded it.5.5.4Burn2.5.3Injure5be very hotOmumwi gwʼendobooli gumamula.The dry season sun is very hot.8.3.4Hot

ohumyenuuhavflicker; glow intermittently, of light8.3.3.1.2Bright5.5.4Burn8.3.3Light8.3.3.1Shine

ohuŋaha2vget burntEbiryo biŋaha.The food is burning.5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohuŋalalavscorch; over-dry s.t.Engoye jiŋalaaye bugali, jisasaleeho amaaji kojigolole.The clothes are very dry, spray them with water before ironing them.1.3.3.1Dry5.5.4Burn1.1.1Sun5.2.1.1Cooking methodsohuŋalahalavhave a dry mouth without saliva1.3.3.1Dry2.2.3Spit, salivaohuŋalasavget sunburnt5.5.4Burn2.5.3Injure1.1.1Sun

ohuŋamba2vburn steadily, of a fire5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.5Fireohuŋambya omulirovkindle, ignite, light a fire5.5.1Light a fire

ohuŋasa1v1burn to cinders, esp. foodAŋahiise mwogo eyʼabaaye ni gohya.He has burnt to cinders the cassava he was roasting.5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.2.1.1Cooking methods2cause s.t. to be scorched by the sun5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot1.1.1Sun5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ohwaduhav1burn and show off lightEtaala yaaduhire obwire bwosibwosi.The lamp burned the whole night.5.5.1Light a fire8.3.3.1.2Bright5.5.4Burn8.3.3.1.1Light source5.5.5What fires produce5.5Fire2shine; show light and brightnessEryuba lyaduha.The sun shines.8.3.3.1.2Bright8.3.3.1Shine8.3.3.4Shiny1.1.1Sunohwadusa etaalavlight a lantern8.3.3.1.1Light source

ohwadusa omulirovignite; light a fire5.5.1Light a fire5.5.2Tend a fire

ohwedunyisav1cause smoke to fume or to burn things2.5.7.5Traditional medicine5.5.5What fires produce2make the house have a sweet smell by burning incense in it5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn5.8Manage a house2.3.4Smell5.5Fire3burn medicine on charcoal to treat illness; cover with a blanket to be treated with medicinal smokeBeduunyisa obubbaani.They burn incense.2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicineder. ofohuduunya

ohwohyav1roast; put food directly on fire so as to cook itEngoho bayiriye njohye; sibayirungire.The chicken was roasted before eating; it was not boiled.5.2.1.1Cooking methods5.5Fire2scorch; apply heat to s.t. to shrivel itOmumwi gwaduhire gwohya ebirime.The sun has scorched the crops.5.5.4Burn1.1.1Sun5.2.1.1Cooking methods3burn set fire to s.t. so as to roast it or to burn it to cindersEhitali higenderere abaana basobola ohwohya enju ni bagudusa omuliro.Accidentally, children can burn a house when playing with fire.5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot5.5Fireeŋongo eyʼohwohyanoffering, sacrifice for burning3.3.5Offer6.8.3.1Give, donate4.9.5.5Offering, sacrifice4.8.4.3Appeaseohwohya ahasanjavperform a traditional ceremony where dry banana leaves used for a bed by the bereaved are burnt three days (for a male corpse) or four days after burial (for a female corpse)2.6.6.3Funeral2.6.6.5Bury

olunyiiraenyiranbush fire; big fire that burns the bushOlunyiira lutera ohwohyewa mundobooli esugu ni riŋaŋire.Bush fire is a common during the dry season when the bush is very dry.5.5.4Burn6.2.2.1Clear a field5.5.5What fires produce5.5Fire