ohubonasee; perceive s.t. using the eyesEmbeba jisobola ohubona nʼobwire.Rats can even see at night.220.127.116.11Notice2.3.1See18.104.22.168Lookohubona birimbwerimbwesee dimly or poorly2.3.1See22.214.171.124Blindohubona ohwomu hidascan; read data from a computerized device to learn about the inside parts of the body2.5.7Treat diseaseohubonamoSee s.b. privately with an intention to pay a bribe126.96.36.199Bribeohubonanasee each other2.3.1See188.8.131.52Meet for the first time184.108.40.206Meet togetherohubonia1make visible; cause s.t. to be seen220.127.116.11Show, let someone see18.104.22.168Visible22.214.171.124.1Appear2look at in a loving way2.3.1See126.96.36.199Look188.8.131.52Watchohwebonerasee for yourself; witness for yourself2.3.1See184.108.40.206Witness, testify
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ohubonia1make 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.220.127.116.11Show, let someone see18.104.22.168Visible22.214.171.124.1Appear2look at in a loving way2.3.1See126.96.36.199Look188.8.131.52Watchder. ofohubona
ohufundulavar.ohufundula emoni1stare; look in one place for sometime without blinkingAfunduliye emoni hu hifananyi hya Papa.He is staring at the Pope’s photograph.184.108.40.206Examine220.127.116.11Look18.104.22.168Study2be wide-eyedMu hirema omuutu agenda nafunduye emoni.When walking in the dark a person opens his eyes wide.22.214.171.124Eye126.96.36.199Look3scowl indicating angerGafunduliye omwibi agali namwibireho ahasaŋu.She scowled at the thief who had stolen her handbag.Gafunduliye omwana emoni agaali ni gebire epiiya jije nʼobusungu obugali.In anger he opened the eyes very wide for the child who stole his money.188.8.131.52Angry184.108.40.206Facial expression220.127.116.11.1Annoyed18.104.22.168.2Bad-tempered22.214.171.124Unfriendly
ohuhaŋaasa1scrutinise; examine closely; critique; look carefully atHaŋaasa olupapula wetegerese esobi ejirimo.Scrutinise the paper for mistakes on it.Haŋaasa mu magulu hanye mulimo ekuusa.Examine the feet and find out if there are some jiggers.Wehaŋaase bulaŋi, otaleha mabaale mu mutyere.Look carefully so that you don’t leave some grit in the rice.126.96.36.199Evaluate, test188.8.131.52Examine184.108.40.206Look220.127.116.11Study2stare18.104.22.168Examine22.214.171.124Look126.96.36.199Studyohwehaŋaasacritically evaluate yourself188.8.131.52Evaluate, test184.108.40.206Approve of somethingohwehaanyascrutinise; prove beyond doubt220.127.116.11Evaluate, test18.104.22.168Examine22.214.171.124Look126.96.36.199Study
ohuhengasharpen an object so that it ends in a point188.8.131.52Sharpohwehenga1Metaphor. be cautious, prepared; make yourself ready before an assault184.108.40.206Prepare220.127.116.11Caution18.104.22.168Purpose, goal7.5.5Organize22.214.171.124.1Prepare something for use2Metaphor. examine yourself126.96.36.199Evaluate, test188.8.131.52Prepare184.108.40.206Examine220.127.116.11Look18.104.22.168Study
ohulengeralook at; watch; viewGalengeeye hu mufu gatandiha ohulira.She looked at the corpse and started wailing.Nengeeye ni beeta etemu.I have watched them kill the snake.2.3.1See22.214.171.124Look126.96.36.199Watchohulengereralook at for some time2.3.1See188.8.131.52Look184.108.40.206Watchohulengeesapeep; look through a small hole, or around a corner, or over a wall, so as not to be seen220.127.116.11Look
ohulengeesapeep; look through a small hole, or around a corner, or over a wall, so as not to be seenLengeesa mu dinisa obone ni balimo.Peep through the window and see if they are inside the house.Lengeesa hu mutego nʼotagulusa nyuni.Peek at the trap but don’t make the birds fly away.18.104.22.168Lookder. ofohulengera