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ohubbangalasavstraighten up; stand erectBbangalasa omutwe.Hold your head erect. posture7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1.1Standder. ofohubbangalala

ohugololav1make straight and smooth what is ruffledOgolooye epale yange.You have straightened my hoe., straighten up a dead body8.4.5.1Order, sequence7.5Arrange2.6.6.2Corpse3correct s.b.’s behaviour3.3.3Influence3.3.3.2Advise3.6.5Correct4.3.8Change behavior8.3.7.6Improve2. a child8.3.7.7Right, proper4iron clothes using an iron box5.6.4Wash clothesohwegolojolavstretch yourself now and again8.3.1.9Stretch7.1.9Move a part of the bodyohwegololav1straighten; assume an upright position8.3.1.9Stretch7.1.7Straight posture7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1.1Stand2stretch the body so that it becomes more active, esp. after sleep or rest8.3.1.9Stretch7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1.1Stand7.1Posture8.3.1.3Straight

ohuhahanyalav1be stiffAbaserikale bagenda ni bahahanyaaye.Soldiers walk stiffly., flexible7.1.7Straight posture2Metaphor. be obstinate, stubborn3.3.1.7Stubborn

ohuŋandalalavstand erect; walk erectAgenda naŋandalaaye omubiri gwosi gwosi.He walks with his whole body erect. posture7.1.1Standohuŋandalasavharden8.3.6.2Hard, firm8.3.6.3Stiff, flexible1.2.3Solid, liquid, gas8.3.6.1Strong, brittle

ohutefumbamovbe straight up, unbent; erect, stiffEmyango jʼegoolo jiteehwa ohutefumbamo ni jetengereeye.The goal posts must be erect and without bends., flexible7.1.7Straight posture7.1.1Stand8.3.1.3Straight8. ofohufumba

ohwegololavar.ohugololohav1straighten; assume an upright positionEhisaala hyegolooye enduli.The tree developed a straight bole. posture7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1.1Stand2stretch the body so that it becomes more active, esp. after sleep or restGegolooye nasisimuha.He stretched himself when waking up. a part of the body7.1.1Stand7.1Posture8.3.1.3Straightder. ofohugolola

ohwemeererav1stand up; be upright on the feetYemeerera omwami abita.Stand up, the chief is passing.7.1.1Stand7.2.2.4Move up2ohuhomyaGemereeye ohusaala abaana.She has stopped producing children. something6., finish8. alone; stage in baby development when the baby starts to stand on his ownAbaana abasinga obungi bemeerera ni baŋesa emyesi etaanu.Most babies start standing at the age of five months. posture7.1.1Stand4how things stand; how matters areEbiitu byemeereye biitye ŋahani?How are things now? with and cause s.b. to stop8.4.7.1Interrupt8. something3.3.4.4Prevent7.2.7.1Stop moving

ohwetegululav1stand at attention like a soldier, or without resting7.2.7.1Stop moving7.1.7Straight posture7.1.1Stand2stand where one is not wanted8., unsuitable7.1.1Stand

ohwetengeererav1balance yourself7. s.t. on the head without touching it with the hands7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transport3stand upright, esp. a baby2.6.4.1Baby7.1.7Straight posture7.1.1Stand