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alumisiweabalumisiwens.b. hurt or harmed or injuredOmuutu alumisiwe omuhono.S.b. whose arm is injured.2.5.6.1Pain4.4.2.6Suffer2.5.3Injure

ohutemav1chop down; fell6.6.3.1Lumbering7.8.3Cut6.2.2.1Clear a field2cut and injure; injure by cutting7.8.3Cut2.5.3Injure7.9.1Damage3Metaphor. technical win in a game of ‘mweso’4.2.6.2Sports4.2.6.1.2Chess4.2.6.1Game4.8.3.2Winohutemaho ohuguluvamputate a leg2.5.7Treat disease2.5.3.1Amputateohutematemavcut, chop into small pieces7.8.3Cut7.8Divide into piecesohutematemewavbe cut indiscriminately7.8.3Cutohwetemavcut yourself7.8.3Cut2.5.3Injure

ohwebbulyagavfall and cause yourself serious pain7.3.1.4Knock over2.5.3Injure7.2.2.5.1Fall

ehidaadaebidaadanharmful substance, e.g., imagined pieces of bone, glass or even bits of dried meat put into s.b. by a sorcererOhuhubba ebidaada….To injure by using sorcery to induce harmful substances into s.b.’s body.4.9.4.1Sorcery

ahasondoobusondonsmall sore that is not deep2.5.2.2Skin disease2.5.3Injure

amagumbaegumbanbones, skeleton; hard parts inside the body of s.b. or an animal that support it2.1.6Bone, joint6.6.4.4Working with bone1.6.2Parts of an animalehiŋamba amagumban1Idiom. interesting thing; s.t. that arouses interest4.3.1.2Meet a standard3.4.1.1Like, love8.3.7.7Right, proper3.4.1.4Interested2Idiom. suitable thing8.3.7.7.3Compatible8.2.7Fit, size8.3.7.7Right, properhayunga magumbanmedicinal herb; medicinal herb for treating broken bones2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine2.5.7.2Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2.5.7.3Medicinal plantsohukutuha egumbavget a compound fracture2.1.6Bone, joint7.8.1Break2.5.3Injure7.8.2Crackohwonga amagumbavset a fracture; align bones straight and set in plaster2.5.7Treat disease

ebasa1amabasanblisterAbatalimaho njʼababa nʼamabasa mungalo.Those who rarely dig have blisters on their hands.2.5.2.2Skin disease2.5.3Injure

ebbwaamabbwanwound2.5.3Injureebbwa eryʼehimaamanIdiom. wound that takes a long time to heal2.5.2.2Skin disease2.5.3Injure

ebbwa eryʼehimaamaamabbwa agʼehimaamanIdiom. wound that takes a long time to heal2.5.2.2Skin disease2.5.3Injureder. ofebbwa

efumoamafumonspear; thrusting, hurling and stabbing weapon consisting of a long shaft with a sharp, pointed blade7.8.5Make hole, opening4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot2.5.3Injure6.4.1Hunt6.7.1.1Poking tool

ehidaliebidalinseptic wound with pus in it2.5.2.2Skin disease2.5.3Injure

ehihaataebihaatanone of several scars left by small sores that have healed5.4.6Ritual scar2.5.3Injure2.1.4Skin

ehihoonyoebihoonyonknock; blow; hit; punchOmusinde oyo gakubbire ehihoonyo nagwa.That man struck me a blow and I collapsed.4.8.2Fight7.7Physical impact4.7.7Punish4.8.2.3Attack2.5.3Injure7.7.1Hit

ehikondeebikonden1blow, punch; hit with a folded palm4.8.2Fight7.7Physical impact4.7.7Punish4.8.2.3Attack2.5.3Injure7.7.1Hit2fist; hand with fingers folded and kept tightOhusoola hwali hwepusi; ŋaŋumire simbo.It was a fist fight; there were no sticks.2.1.3.1Arm

ehinyubululeebinyubululengraze; abrasion of the skin2.5.3Injure

ehiŋunduebiŋundunwound; open wound due to injury by cutting or by operation2.5.3Injure