There are three ways you can browse the Lugungu dictionary ...


Browse from Lugungu

Browse from English

Browse by Categories

Browse Lugungu - English


luswanswan. termite; edible winged insect that resembles an ant, does not bite, and comes out of anthills esp. during the rainy season[ - Food from animals], [ - Insect]
lutabintabin. water plant sp. that grows in swampy areas used for making mats[ - Rope, string], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
lutambintambin. wick; piece of cotton cloth woven like a thread that is inserted in the middle of a hurricane lamp on which fire is lit so that the lamp gives light[ - Light source]
lutambuntambun. step, pace; distance between the legs when you are walking or running[ - Walk], [8.2.8 - Measure]
luterunterun. plate; dish moulded from clay used for serving sauce[ - Working with clay], [ - Eating utensil], [ - Serve food], [6.7.7 - Container]
luteete See main entry: muteete
lutobbotobbontobbotobbon. tropical thorny herb sp. that produces small fruit that can be used as local herbs[1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine], [ - Medicinal plants]
lutoogontoogon. papyrus; plant that grows in water with some sort of flowers used for making papyrus mats[ - Weaving baskets and mats], [ - Rope, string], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
lutwa See main entry: ntwa
luyeeyeran. hair; thin hair that grows on the face[2.1.5 - Hair]
luzalanzalan. finger, toe; one of the five parts at the end of the hand or the foot[ - Finger, toe]
luzokanzokan. intestinal worm; long thin creatures that live inside the bodies of humans or animals and can cause illness, e.g., hookworm, tapeworm, etc.[ - Small animals], [ - Stomach illness]
luzoka lu̱mwei̱ See main entry: luzoka
luzonginzongin. aquatic plant sp.that mostly grows floating on stagnant water with the roots swinging in water[1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
luzotanzotan. bright star; object in the sky that shines at night, brighter than ‘nyu̱nyu̱u̱zi̱’ but not as big as the moon[ - Star]
luuran. umbilical cord; tissue that connects the baby and the placenta that is cut off at the moment of birth[ - Fetus]
lu̱bi̱mbi̱mbi̱mbi̱n. work piece; part that s.b. has cultivated; s.b.’s piece of responsibility at workSyn:mukwakuru. [6.9.2 - Work for someone], [6.6 - Occupation], [6.1 - Work], [9.1.2 - Do]
lu̱b̯u̱mbu̱u̱lambu̱mbu̱u̱lan. herb sp. normally found in bushes, with slight brownish stem small soft fruit and small leaves[1.5.2 - Bush, shrub], [ - Food from fruit]
lu̱cekerencekeren. musical instrument that is shaken to produce a sound that is in line with the rhythm of the songSyn:lusansi. [ - Musician], [4.2.3 - Music], [ - Play music]
Lu̱cooli̱n. name of a language[ - Names of languages]
lu̱di̱dem. that one over there[8.5 - Location], [ - Spatial location of an event], [8.5.3 - Be at a place], [ - Demonstrative pronouns], [8.5.1 - Here, there]
lu̱dolu̱do English n. game of draughts[ - Chess], [ - Game], [4.2.7 - Play, fun]
lu̱dodi̱ndodi̱n. reed sp. with joints that resembles elephant grass and mostly grows at the shores and is used as reeds in building houses, constructing bathrooms, etc.[6.5.3 - Building materials], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
lu̱fu̱mu̱nfu̱mu̱n. proverb; well known phrase or sentence that gives advice or states a truismSyn:lugeera, lu̱gani̱kyo. [ - Saying, proverb], [ - Verbal tradition]
lu̱gani̱kyongani̱kyo Runyoro n. proverb; well known phrase or sentence that gives advice or states a truismSyn:lu̱fu̱mu̱, lugeera. [ - Saying, proverb], [ - Verbal tradition]