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ohubedyabedyavcarry s.t. by partly lifting and partly dragging7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.2.8Pull7.3.8Transportder. ofohubbeeda

ohubbeedavcarry s.t. close to the chest using both arms7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transportohubedyabedyavcarry s.t. by partly lifting and partly dragging7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.2.8Pull7.3.8Transportohubbedabbeedavhelp each other to carry s.t. together7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transport

ohunanuuhav1be elastic, stretchyEnyama etanyiiye enanuuha mu huyigusulaho.Half-cooked meat is elastic as one bites off a piece.8.3.1.9Stretch2tear off meat or flesh5.2.2.4Manner of eating5.2.3.2.1Meat7.8.4Tear, ripohunanuulavpull away7.8.1Break8.3.1.9Stretch7.3.2.8Pull7.8.4Tear, rip

ohuŋalulavdrag, pull alongBaŋalula embusi.They are dragging a goat along.7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.2.8Pull7.3.8Transportohuŋalundulyavdrag vigorously along the ground7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.2.8Pull7.3.8Transportohuŋalusavuse s.t. like string or rope for pulling s.t.7.3.2.8Pullohweŋalulavcrawl on the stomach or sides7.2.1.1.2Crawlohweŋalulira mu bulirivgo to bed; go to sleep7.1.3Lie down5.1.1.3Bed5.7.1Go to sleep5.7Sleep

ohuŋalusavuse s.t. like string or rope for pulling s.t.7.3.2.8Pullder. ofohuŋalula

ohusika1vpull; jerk7.2.1.2Move quickly7.3Move something7.3.2.8Pullohwesikav1jerk; cause parts of the body make short sudden movements7.2.1.2Move quickly7.3Move something7.3.2.8Pull2Metaphor. convalesce, recuperate, recover from sickness2.5.1.1Recover from sickness

ohutepululavdemolish; break, tear down a wallGatepuluuye enju, era gatunda ebisaala ngʼekwi.He broke down his house and sold the poles as firewood.7.9.2Tear down7.8.1Break7.3.2.8Pull7.9.3Destroyohutepulusavuse to bring down, cause a demolition, esp. a wall7.3.1.4Knock over7.9.2Tear down7.8.1Break7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage

ohutondolavharvest crops by plucking or pickingOhutondola maido ohuŋwa hu biholo.Plucking ground nuts from the plants.7.3.2.7Take something out of something7.3.2.8Pull6.2.5.3Gather wild plants6.2.5Harvest

ohwaŋavar.ohwaŋirisa ebiryanivharvest ripe crops from the fields by pickingEbirime ebibatera ohwaŋa biri hya famba nʼepiindi.Crops that are commonly picked include cotton and cow peas.7.3.2.7Take something out of something7.3.2.8Pull6.2.5.3Gather wild plants6.2.5Harvestohwaŋa eryanivpluck wild leaves for sauce7.3.2.7Take something out of something7.3.2.8Pull6.2.4.2Uproot plants6.2.5.3Gather wild plants6.2.5Harvest

ohwesikav1jerk; cause parts of the body make short sudden movementsOmusuja gugira gesika omubiri.Fever is making her body jerk.7.2.1.2Move quickly7.3Move something7.3.2.8Pull2Metaphor. convalesce, recuperate, recover from sickness2.5.1.1Recover from sicknessder. ofohusika1
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