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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

ohusereravintroduce a suitor to the parent’s of a girl in preparation for marriageGasereeye omuhaana.He married a girl.2.6.1.1Arrange a marriage3.5.1.2.5Introduce4.1.3.1Meet for the first time

ohwanjulav1show s.t. or s.b. for the first timeMbanjulira ti ono njʼomusomesa weefe omunyaha.This is to introduce our new teacher to you.3.5.1.2.5Introduce4.1.3.1Meet for the first time2report; tell s.b. or some people what has happenedHuno nʼohwanjula ebyaliŋo mu hwediima hwʼabaana.This is a report about the students’ riot.3.5.1Say3.5.2.1Report3.5.2.2News, messageohweyanjulavintroduce yourself to the parents of a girl as a prospective suitor of their daughter3.5.1.2.5Introduce4.1.3.1Meet for the first time

ohweyanjulavintroduce yourself to the parents of a girl as a prospective suitor of their daughterAbaami nʼabahyala, neyanjula eyi muli; ndiise omwami Musimami.Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce myself to you; my name is Mr. Musimami.3.5.1.2.5Introduce4.1.3.1Meet for the first timeder. ofohwanjula