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Luhya Language and Culture

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Luhya is the language of the Luhya people (Abaluhya) of Kenya.
The English word for the African Luhya word Okhunyanya is Chewing.
The English word for the African Luhya word omwikho is cooking  stick.
The English word for the African Luhya word "elianyi" is  vegetables.
The English word for the African Luhya word "amatumwa" is Maize.
The African Luhya word for the English word chew is Okhunyanya.
The African Luhya word for the English word walking is Okhuchenda.
Imboko is an African Luhya word that refers to the hippo.
The African Luhya term for the English word Water is "Amatsi".
The African Luhya term for the English word eat is Okhulia.
The African Luhya term for the English word swimming is Okwitubuta.
The African Luhya term for the English word sleep is "okhukona".
The African Luhya term for the English word 'swim across' is  "Ambukha".
The African Luhya term for the English 'behave' is "Wikhole".
The African Luhya term for the English word 'shower' is Okwisinga.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'father' is Papah.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'teacher' is Mwalimu.
The African Luhya term for the English 'goodbye' is Khulolane.
The African Luhya term for the English 'shine' is Okhunulanula.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'mother' is Mama.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'home' is Ingo.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'chicken' is Ingokho.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'teach' is Echesia.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'radio' is Iredio.
The African Luhya term for the English 'beat' is Okhupa.
The African Luhya term for the English word human being is Omundu.
The African Luhya term for the English 'politician' is Omuruchi.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'woman' is Omukhasi.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'girl' is Omukhana.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'boy' is Omusiani.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'come' is Itsa.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'rise' is Bukha.
The African Luhya term for the English words 'he is awake' is  Abushile.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'hit' is Tuya.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'table' is Imesa.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'chair' is Eshisala.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'bed' is Eshitanda.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'votes' is Tsikura.
The African Luhya term for the English 'listen' is Wulira.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'tea' is Ichai.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'cow' is Ingombe.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'dog' is Inbwa.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'pig' is Ingurwe.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'goat' is Imbusi.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'clean' is Omulafu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'dirty' is Omuchafu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'old' is Omukofu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'cool' is Eshinyifu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'hand' is Omukhono.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'leg' is Eshilenje.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'book' is Eshitabu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'Bible' is indakano.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'face' is Mumoni.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'eye' is Imoni.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'head' is Omurwe.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'stomach' is Inda.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'music' is Misiki.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'madman' is Omulalu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'in-laws' is Abakhwe.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'refuse' is loba.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'young' is Omuraka.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'frog' is Lishere.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'small' is Shititi.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'butterfly' is  Likuyukuyu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'gossip' is Okhomonya.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'bad' is Eahibi.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'most' is Efinji.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'how' is Endie.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'when' is Saa Tsinga.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'know' is Manya.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'work' is Ikasi.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'rice' is Omuchele.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'beef' is Inyama.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'die' is Fwa.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'war' is Liyee.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'hunt' is Okhuima.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'Love' is Obuyanzi.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'mercy' is eshivera.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'harsh' is Omululu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'fear' is oburii.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'patience' is  Obwisurumisi.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'humility' is  Okwitutuya.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'gift' is Eshiwanwa.
The African Luhya term for the English 'earth' is Eshialo.
The African Luhya term for the English word heaven is Mwikulu.
The African Luhya term for the English word pen is Ikalamu.
The African Luhya term for the English word follower is Omulondi.
The African Luhya term for the English word respect is Eshima.
The African Luhya term for the English news is Amacheni.
The Arican Luhya term for the English 'defend' is Okhulinda.
The African Luhya term for the English word gun is 'Omurondo'.
The African Luhya term for the English baby is 'Omwana'.
The African Luhya term for the English word lamp is 'Itaa'.
The African Luhya term for the English word light is Obulafu.
The African Luhya term for the English word house is Inzu.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'wife' is Omukhasi.
The African Luhya term for the English word hello is Oriee.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'fire' is omuliro.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'timber' is tsimbao.
The African Luhya term for the English word 'play' is Bayaa.