Lugungu - English


luheerempeeren. thin plant sp. that mostly grows in bushes and under trees and is used for making urinal shelters[1.5.2 - Bush, shrub]
luhindompindon. needle; s.t. used for weaving mats, etc.[6.6.1 - Working with cloth], [ - Weaving cloth], [ - Knitting]
luhiirampiiran. bushfire; wild fire that spreads over a wide area burning whatever it finds like grass, trees, bushes, etc.[5.5.4 - Burn], [ - Disaster], [5.5 - Fire]
luhulungumpulungun. lake pebble; small round stone with a rough surface that is common in the lake or at the shores[ - Rock]
luhundampundan. lake fly; type of insect, larger and less common than ‘kajuuru’, that is common in the evening and has some sort of a sticky substance[ - Insect]
Lujungu Kiswahili n. name of a language; English[ - Names of languages]
lujunjunjunjun. cane, whip, lash; long thin piece of wood, metal, or leather used for punishing people or making animals move, or the act of using such a punishment toolSyn:kibbooko, kijwatu. [6.3.2 - Tend herds in fields], [ - Plow a field], [4.7.7 - Punish], [ - Weapon, shoot], [ - Discipline, train]
lujwengenjwengen. silk, part of a fruit of a plant like maize, that resembles s.b.’s hair and grows out to show that the fruit is about to mature[ - Growing maize], [1.5.5 - Parts of a plant]
lukakabinkakabin. termite; biting insect that stays in an ant hill, without wings, resembles a white ant whose wings have fallen off and eats dry grass and dead wood[ - Insect]
Lukakwan. name of a language[ - Names of languages]
lukalunkalun. heap of firewood that s.b. assembles in a safe place, esp. in order to guard against bad weather[5.5.6 - Fuel]
lukaahinkaahin. leaf mat; broken twig with leaves that is inserted in water being carried to prevent the water from spilling, and also used to spread on the ground to act as mat[1.5.5 - Parts of a plant]
lukaarankaaran. 1verse, line; small section of a song or of a chapter in a bible[ - Line], [ - Sing], [ - Sacred writings], [ - Poetry] 2series; things done one after the other[ - Series], [ - Order, sequence], [8.1.1 - Number]
lukaara lwa hakati̱ See main entry: lukaara
lukekeenwankekeenwan. shard of broken pottery[ - Piece], [ - Working with clay]
lukerenkeren. large seashell; found on the shores that people used to use as a bowl, e.g., for taking porridge[ - Parts of small animals], [ - Eating utensil]
Lukeebbun. name of a language[ - Names of languages]
lukimbankimban. basket; bowl-like household container that is woven from thin sticks used for holding items, esp. in the garden[ - Weaving baskets and mats], [6.7.3 - Carrying tool], [5.1 - Household equipment], [6.7.7 - Container]
lukinkinkinkin. handful; unit of measure equal to what can be held in one hand[8.2.8 - Measure]
lukobonkobon. language; system of sounds and words used to communicateSyn:lulimi. [3.5.3 - Language]
lukobbankobban. 1tape measure; device used by the tailors and carpenters to measure the length or width of s.t.[6.6.1 - Working with cloth], [8.2.8 - Measure] 2rubber band, bungee; strap that is stretched and is used for tying things, e.g., on a bicycle[6.7.5 - Fastening tool], [ - Rope, string], [7.5.4 - Tie]
lukomankoman. wild natural sisal; plant that is used for rope, gathered from the bush[ - Rope, string], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
lukomerankomera Runyoro n. fence; barrier made of barbed wire, bricks, or wire netting surrounding a house, garden or playing fieldSyn:kisigaati. [ - Protect], [ - Defend], [ - Wall], [ - Around], [ - Fence, wall]
lukomera lwa misaalinkomera za misaalin. hedge[ - Protect], [ - Defend], [ - Wall], [1.5.2 - Bush, shrub], [ - Around], [ - Fence, wall]
lukomera lwa misaali See main entry: lukomera
lukoodinkoodin. drying rack; frame made for drying simsim[ - Dry], [6.2.6 - Process harvest]