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obwongo1obwongonbrain; part of the body in the head that is used for thought, memory and emotionOmuutu eyi bwongo butahola bulaŋi aba mulalu.S.b. whose brain does not work properly is mad.3.2.1.1Think about3.2.1Mind2.1.1Headohwigula obwongovIdiom. show, explain3.2.3.1Known, unknown2.3.1.4Show, let someone see3.6.1Show, explain3.5.8.4Show, indicate3.5.1.2.2Describe3.5.1.2.3Explain3.5.1.6.1Demonstrate

ohubonavsee; perceive s.t. using the eyesEmbeba jisobola ohubona nʼobwire.Rats can even see at night.3.1.2.2Notice2.3.1See2.3.1.1Lookohubona birimbwerimbwevsee dimly or poorly2.3.1See2.5.4.1Blindohubona ohwomu hidavscan; read data from a computerized device to learn about the inside parts of the body2.5.7Treat diseaseohubonamovSee s.b. privately with an intention to pay a bribe6.8.9.5Bribeohubonanavsee each other2.3.1See4.1.3.1Meet for the first time4.2.1.3Meet togetherohuboniav1make visible; cause s.t. to be seen2.3.1.4Show, let someone see2.3.1.5Visible2.3.1.5.1Appear2look at in a loving way2.3.1See2.3.1.1Look2.3.1.2Watchohweboneravsee for yourself; witness for yourself2.3.1See4.7.5.5Witness, testify

ohuboniav1make visible; cause s.t. to be seenEhiswa hibonia.The termites of the anthill are causing the outlets to be seen; the termites are opening the outlets for the white ants to swarm.2.3.1.4Show, let someone see2.3.1.5Visible2.3.1.5.1Appear2look at in a loving way2.3.1See2.3.1.1Look2.3.1.2Watchder. ofohubona

ohulagavshow, indicate, demonstrate, point out; make s.t. be seen or explainedOlindaga ŋaali nabona ewuwo?When will you show me your wife?Ebitabo mbeebi nʼamasiina ni galiho ohulaga ti omwana ono asoma.Here are the books with names written on to show that this child attends school.2.3.1.4Show, let someone see3.6.1Show, explain3.5.8.4Show, indicate3.5.1.6.1Demonstrateohulaga ebiseeravtell or specify a time when s.t. will or might happen8.4.4.1Plan a timeohulaga edini yiyovshow your religion; obviously practice your faith4.9.5Practice religionohulaga omuutu ehifovusher; lead s.b. to a seat in a church or hall or any place of gathering7.2.5.3Guide7.3.3Take somewhereohulagilwav1be shown; cause s.b. to see or to have a vision2.3.1.4Show, let someone see2.3.1.5Visible2.5.6.6Vision, hallucination2.3.1.5.1Appear2be commanded, ordered to do s.t.3.5.1.4.1Call7.2.8Send someone4.5.3.2Commandohulagiravcommand; give an order4.5.3Exercise authority4.5.3.2Commandohulagirisa obubahavsend a message7.2.8Send someone7.3.3.3Send3.5.7.7Letterohulagiiriravguide, direct; show s.b. the direction3.6.1Show, explain3.3.3.2Advise7.2.4.6Way, route7.2.5.3Guide7.3.3Take somewhereohweragav1act superior; put on airs, show off, boast4.3.2.4Show off4.3.2.3Proud3.5.1.7.3Boast2show yourself2.3.1.4Show, let someone see2.3.1.5Visible2.3.1.5.1Appear

ohulengulav1expose s.b.’s falsehood3.5.1.3.4Expose falsehood3.2.3.1Known, unknown3.5.1.5.2Disclose4.1.6.5Private, public3.2.3.3Secret2Taboo. see s.b.’s private partsOmwana galenguuye semwana kuba gaali nʼepale enawuhi.The child saw the father’s private parts because he wore torn trousers.2.3.1.4Show, let someone see2.3.1.5Visible5.3.8Naked7.3.7.1Uncover5.3.9Style of clothing3.5.1.5.2Disclose

ohunyonyolavexplain; describeOmusomesa ganyonyooye abaana hubyohusoma.The teacher explained to the children about learning.2.3.1.4Show, let someone see3.6.1Show, explain3.5.8.4Show, indicate3.5.1.2.2Describe3.5.1.2.3Explain3.5.1.6.1Demonstrate

ohuŋenyulavTaboo. expose, move s.b.’s clothes that cover undergarments or private parts of the body, sometimes as a jokeOta penyula!Do not expose my private parts.2.3.1.4Show, let someone see2.3.1.5Visible5.3.7Wear clothing5.3.8Naked7.3.7.1Uncover3.5.1.5.2Disclose

ohwanjaasavexpose; leave visible, uncoveredOnanjaasa ebbesa oba werangira beebi.If you expose your money that is a way of inviting thieves.3.2.3.1Known, unknown2.3.1.4Show, let someone see2.3.1.5Visible5.3.7Wear clothing5.3.8Naked7.3.7.1Uncover3.5.1.5.2Discloseder. ofohwanjala