bkul a oach, n.knee.
bkul a ochikn.poss.1s
bkul a ochimn.poss.2s
bkul a ochiln.poss.3s
bkul a ochemamn.poss.1pe
bkul a ochidn.poss.1pi
bkul a ochemiun.poss.2p
bkul a ocherirn.poss.3p
See also: ,
Examples:
> Her hair reaches down to her knees.
> The tide reaches as high as my knees.
oach
/ouach
/uach
, n.foot; leg; back paws (of animal).
ochikn.poss.1s
ochimn.poss.2s
ochiln.poss.3sochil a ouach er ngii; ochil a buik.
ochidn.poss.1pi
ochemamn.poss.1pe
ochemiun.poss.2p
ocherirn.poss.3p
delel a oachexpr.calf of leg.
ochil a mlaiexpr.wheel.
ochil a osongdexpr.teeth of comb.
uchul a oachexpr.upper thigh.
See also:
Examples:
> He fell out of the tree and broke his leg.
> Her hair reaches down to her knees.
> His feet are covered with dirt.
> Droteo is following in his fathers footsteps (i.e., following his father's way of life).
> The tide reaches as high as my knees.
Proverbs:
> Like the purple swamp hen, flying off with its legs hanging down
The purple swamp hen (uek; other sources name another bird, sechou [heron]) is careless about its legs when it flies, letting them dangle in flight instead of neatly tucking them up like other, more trim flyers. The saying applies to persons who do sloppy work or carelessly leave a task half finished
> You're like the stork which flies with its legs dangling.
You leave unfinished business behind and split.
> Your legs are your taro patch.
Your legs will find you good fortune, you seek what you desire
More Examples:
> I had many footsteps at the river.
> I went to the well to get water and I slipped and sprained my right foot.
> My foot(feet) hurts or I have sore feet
> The bottom of my feet itches.
> The doctor says that I need to heat up my boil so that it can burst and get better.

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