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lukookoobonkookoobon. rake; garden tool with a long handle and a row of metal points used for gathering grassSyn:reeki̱. [6.2.8 - Agricultural tool], [5.6.5 - Sweep, rake]
lukubankuban. thunder; very loud noise that is heard after a flash of lightning, esp. when it is raining[ - Lightning, thunder], [ - Loud], [ - Types of sounds]
lukuba lunkuuteinterj. Idiom.‘I swear’, used when taking an oath to make a serious promise to do s.t., to show that you mean what you are saying and to promise that you are telling the truth [ - Tell the truth], [ - Promise], [ - Take oath], [ - Covenant], [ - Agree to do something], [4.7.8 - Legal contract], [ - Agree with someone]
lukuhi₁nkuhin. eyelash; hair that is on the eye[ - Eye]
lukuratunkuratun. meeting; gathering of people together to discuss or decide s.t.[ - Meeting, assembly], [4.2.1 - Come together, form a group], [ - Meet together], [ - Speak with others]
lukuratu lweihanga See main entry: lukuratu
lukuukunkuukun. cowpea; plant that grows tall, bears fruit up on the plant, and its seeds resemble that of peas[ - Food from seeds], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
lukwihi(Var. lukuhi₂) nkwihin. eyelash[ - Eye]
lukyakyankyakyan. crack that forms on a heel[ - Skin disease], [7.8.2 - Crack]
lulamalan. 1intestine; one of the long tubes in the body that are between the stomach and the anus[2.1.8 - Internal organs], [ - Meat], [1.6.2 - Parts of an animal] 2uterine cord; tissue that connects the umbilical cord and the placenta[ - Fetus]
lulakandakan. plant that grows in water, esp. in marshes or swamps that is used for making mats[1.5 - Plant]
lulengu(Var. lulengo) ndengun. 1level, standard, grade; a relative position on a scale or in a groupSyn:idaara, mu̱lembe, mu̱ti̱ndo. [4.5.6 - Status], [ - Low status], [ - High status], [9.3.1 - Degree], [ - Social class], [8.2.8 - Measure] 2measurement, unit, dose; size, length or amount of s.t.[ - Medicine], [8.1 - Quantity], [8.2.8 - Measure]
lulimindimin. 1tongue; part of the body in the mouth used for tasting, swallowing, speaking etc.[3.5.3 - Language], [ - Mouth] 2language; system of sounds and words used to communicateSyn:lukobo. [3.5.3 - Language]
luliib̯wa(Var. luliiwa) ndiib̯wan. tropical creeping plant sp. that bears edible fruit resembling a watermelon, but smaller, that has seeds that are dried and ground into a spice[ - Food from seeds], [ - Food from fruit], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
luludem. this one[ - Demonstrative pronouns]
Lulugwaran. name of a language[ - Names of languages]
Lumadin. name of a language[ - Names of languages]
lumanammana Runyoro n. Taboo.vagina; organ on the body of a female used for reproduction Syn:lu̱mye, lusuli. [ - Female organs]
lumulemmulen. grass torch; tropical shrub that is lit to provide light, esp. when catching white ants[ - Light source], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
lumwab̯u(Var. kimwab̯u) mmwab̯un. blade; very sharp knife that the early Bagungu used for shaving hair, beards, etc.Syn:lu̱mwesyo. [ - Weapon, shoot], [ - Shave], [ - Cut hair], [6.7.1 - Cutting tool]
lunono(Var. lununu) nnonon. claw, nail, fingernail, toenail; part of the body that is on s.b.’s fingers or on the feet of animals and birds and is sharp[ - Finger, toe], [ - Parts of a bird], [1.6.2 - Parts of an animal]
lununuvar. of lunono
lunyaanyannyaanyan. tomato; round shiny red fruit mostly used as an ingredient in sauce[ - Food from fruit], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]