Sunday, May 7, 2017

#GODisgreat...

#GODisgreat, first and foremost! HE created the entire Universe within 7 Days. Does GOD exist? Just because you cannot see Oxygen does not mean it does not exist! Noone has ever seen Gravity but Scientists yap about it and its Effects. Who told the Sun where to stand in the Morning? Who blessed the Eagle with supersharp Eyesight? Who told the Snail where to hide and gave the Elephant its humongous Weight? Who taught the Bee how to construct hexagonal Honey Pockets that maximise Space? It can only be The Almighty One! When Birds from Israel to Albania sing, they are probably telling us that: GODisgreat! Worship only oneGOD...

1. SUNDAY: And GOD said, "Let there be Light"; and there was Light (Christ Consciousness)...
2. MONDAY: Firmament in the midst of the Waters (Heaven)...
3. TUESDAY: Waters under the Heavens gathered together into one Place (Seas); Dry Land appears (Earth); Vegetables; Plants yielding Seeds; Fruit Trees bearing Fruit in which is their Seed...
4. WEDNESDAY: Sun, Moon and Stars...
5. THURSDAY: Swarms of living Creatures; Birds; Great Sea Monsters...
6. FRIDAY: Living Creatures on Earth; Cattle; Creeping Things and Beasts; Man [Adam & Eve]...
7. SATURDAY: GOD rested from all HIS Work...

The Case For Christ
I have never seen JESUS. Nevertheless, I would be a Fool to doubt HIS Existence since every Time I feel attacked by an Evil Force in my Dreamvisions and call HIS Name, I wake up feeling rescued. Everyone is looking for a Shortcut to Happyness and sometimes we ask for it from the Devil because he pretends to care. Only GOD can bless us beyond Measure if we are very patient; the Devil performs Quickfixes that are payable with Death. I was born Anglican but grew up with a Craving for Magic though I did not really visit Witches; sometimes I prayed to Lucifer for certain Abilities but not for Money nor Possessions, I pray the Creator forgives me! I used to think Hell was at the Namugongo Shrines in KLA City. Then I joined a Catholic School Choir in S1 and felt so rotten inside by the End of the Year (because of the Anger and Lust from my Past) that I accepted JESUS into my Heart and quit the Choir. The following Year, I went into Auto-correct Mode, became a Cabbage and started reading the entire Bible in Pursuit of Holyness: I finished the New Testament quickly first and then embarked on Genesis to Malachi for two Years just before Y2K [supposed Return of Christ]. The Bible prophesies that JESUS will return to defeat the Devil and Antichrist. Satanists take that as a Joke but when it happens, I pray we are on the winning Side. All Pain (Sickness and Poverty) will cease. An "Ancestral Dragon of Pretended Holiness" was exorcised from me in 2000. Beginning from 2002, I also researched in the Muslim Quran and discovered that JESUS is superior and will be a Witness for or against us on the Day of Judgement. Forgive us, LORD! The Year 2005 was the Last Time I remember praying to the Devil and also gave up on him but then saw him in KLA after finishing Campus. Why can't GOD just lock away Satan instead of letting us continuously go through Trials and Temptations? GOD may seem to take HIS OWN Time, but HE always answers Prayers which can unfortunately be delayed by Demons in the Space above us...

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Elvis Mbonye Quotes

[INTRO:] Isn't GOD more than what we have been taught by mechanical Religiosity and the World? Can you experience HIM on another Level of Spirit? I first got enlightened about Elvis Mbonye while watching an Advert for his The Power Of Prophecy Documentary on NTV Uganda in 2013. Consequently, I did further Research on YouTube plus online Articles. I just couldn't believe I hadn't heard of him before, yet he had been active since the 2000s and was even born in Busoga like me. Maybe my Eyes and Ears were closed. He made a Prophecy in June 2013 that kept me thinking which Southern African Leader would die before the End of the Year when he seemed to be going forward, but his Nation would continue. My Number One Guess was Robert Mugabe. However, when my African Hero Nelson Mandela (almost a Centenarian who I had left out because he was no longer in Office) died on 5th December, I made up my Mind to attend the Zoe Fellowship twice before Christmas 2013 at Open House [on Buganda Road] west of Watoto Church Parking Lot, though it later moved to Theatre LaBonita, Imperial Royale, Hilton Nakasero (next to All Saints Cathedral), Kololo Airstrip, Lugogo Cricket Indoor Stadium, Kyadondo Rugby Grounds, etc. My Wish for Madiba was that he would witness the First FIFA World Cup in Africa before he dies which he did in 2010 and lived three more Years. Zoe Fellowship has a fantastic Atmosphere, soulfully liberating Music, spot-on Words of Knowledge, simply the Best of Prophecy that the Devil shouldn't rob from Believers. The first Time I saw Elvis in real Life, he started the Fellowship by showing on a big Screen behind him the Prophecy that actually dragged me to finally check him out. At the End of the two Hour Service, he said we should come early the following Tuesday so that he can prophesy to many Individuals in one Day than usual; I hoped to be among the Chosen Ones. So, I went in Time but Elvis did not show up. Instead his Brother led the Fellowship and preached a Sermon in a Way that bent my Mind as if he was indirectly talking to me because he mentioned my Penname backwards while telling the Anecdote about one of his Friends [probably a Muteso] who believes that anywhere is a good Location to stay only if you make it so; I also believe the same: Grass is green wherever Rain falls! Was it Reverse Psychology or a Mind Game to prove to me that am no Match to the modern Day Ugandan Mystic, hahaha? You do not have to reside in over-rated Suburbs like Kololo or Nakasero to be happy; you can live happily in Kawempe or Bukoto! The Replacement Preacher reported that the Holy Spirit told Elvis not to attend that Day. In Islam, Muhammad is considered the Last Prophet: I have always been skeptical about People who claim to be Prophets in these End Times but Elvis speaks truly brave and specific Predictions like Michael Kiganda [Glory To Glory Ministries] unlike many other Seers. In my Mind I wanted to prove if he was not just an Illusionist, Mindreader, Mentalist, Parapsychologist, Telepath, Hypnotist or Magician? He definitely is not an Astrologer! His Knowledge of the Bible is impeccable but where did he get this Extra Sensory Perception or enhanced Spiritual Vision that can predict tomorrow accurately? Maybe, Prayer [Conversation with The ALMIGHTY] works. It's like the Veil covering his Eyes is removed when he prays. You have to be really brave to see futuristic Stuff; occasionally, I see prophetic DreamVisions like a Sleeping Remote Viewer that tell me what is going to happen during the Day or some Days later. I always wait for them like Deja Vu and have been writing down Dreamvisions since 1999, two Years after accepting JESUS into my Heart. I have prayed casually to Lucifer [Satan] before during School Days but I do not think he gave me my clairvoyant Ability. It must be GOD-sent because sometimes when I say the LORD's Prayer twice before sleeping, I see prophetically unbelievable Things in my Dreams including exactly what will happen within the following 24 Hours like in an Arsenal Match of the Day [seen Liverpool, Chelsea, Barcelona and AC Milan too but over 97 percent always Arsenal because I adore AFC - pure Love], Things I might hear; who I will meet; Movie worth watching that might show on TV; News Story to focus on or who might call me! But someone could argue that Magicians like Troy [A Briton with Jamaican, German Ancestry] also have Secret-revealing Abilities? Magic and Divination are forbidden but they do not take away the Fact that GOD created the Gift of Prophecy. In the Old Testament, Instructions were given to burn the Entrails of Sacrifices. In the Pagan World, you keep them to look through and get a Message about the Future or other bits of inaccessible Information. These Practices aim at piercing the Veil between our World and the Spirit World hidden from us because Adam sinned. However, special Knowledge of the Future belongs to GOD and as Christians/ Believers, we need to trust only HIM and HIS Prophets. The Bible warns us not to contact the Dead through Mediums including dead Catholic Saints [Necromancy] or worship other gods whether carved in Stone or Wood [Idolatry like Santa Muerte]. The GOD of the Israelites cannot be bribed for Favours. Sacrifices were not given to get Stuff; Prayer is not just about conjuring up GOD to ask for new Cars or Careers. JESUS is the Life and HE wants to give everyone the Full Experience of GOD's Love. For false Prophets, once you pull back the Curtain and see how they do it, then it is not impressive at all. Elvis calls himself a major Prophet, only GOD can disprove that. Haters and Critics will attack him, but I doubt if they can overcome him. GOD is not dead! When you walk into the Fellowship Venue, you might notice white Envelopes resting on each Seat for the Congregation to put in their Offerings or Pledges before dropping them in the Collection Basket. "Zoe" is a Greek Word meaning "divine Life". Some call Elvis the Navigator, others say he is Mr. Future. He is the Author of "Tasting The Powers Of The Age To Come". You can watch EM on NTV Uganda every Sunday at 5:30PM [Repeats on Thursday at 12:30PM plus Friday at 6AM] or on KTN every Wednesday and Thursday Morning from 5 to 6AM. The Book of Ephesians is like Heaven on Earth. Chapter 4 Verse 11 says: And HE (Christ) Himself gave some to be Apostles, some PROPHETS, some Evangelists and some Pastors and Teachers. While on my Quest to read the entire Bible from Cover to Cover in O-Level, I discovered that there is a Book that records every Thought and Action from everyone. It seemed impossible but as I grew and saw more Dreamvisions fulfilled, I started believing it's possible. Infact earthly Media [which includes Newspapers, TV, Radio, Internet] does a Copy of what that Book can do but it is many Times more perfect. Austrian Rudolf Steiner called it The Akashic Chronicles. A Campus Friend who had just returned from Denmark once told me that all the Words that come out of our Mouth travel into Outer Space and can be retrieved (because they are an eternal Vibration); it was Night and I stared at the Stars. There is even a Proverb in the Bible that warns us to check what we say in our Rooms against the King, a small Bird can report to him for instance Balaam's Donkey in the Bible talked and Parrots can also talk somehow up to these Days. I used to visit an Indian OB in Kansanga who had a caged Parrot that would welcome me and chip in during our Conversations, it was refreshingly amazing. [According to the Quran, King Solomon could talk to the Hoopoe and Ants]; Walls have Ears, there are Engel Eyes in the Sky (not necessarily Man-made Drones, Spyders or Beetle Cams). Does Elvis get his Data from the AKASHIC RECORDS like Edgar Cayce did but while completely awake? Sometimes I wish there was a Daily Prophet [JESUS is LORD] Electronic Magazine or Newspaper that records Prophecies from around the World, updated the Moment a Word of Knowledge or Vision is revealed by a Prophet. Send your Testimonies to [testimony@prophetelvis.com/ pr@prophetelvis.com]! Below are quotes I transcribed from the Ugandan Mystic who leads the Zoe Fellowship that meets every Super Tuesday...

[4th June 2013:] There's one leader in the South, while he's busy preparing for something, for a future, he passes on and it is some dawn of a new era in that nation. It appears like he sets up plans, it appears like he's moving on but abruptly he passes on and something happens there...

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There are things in the spirit realm which will begin to show the Kingdom, the order of it, the pattern of it, so much so that there will not be any confusion whatsoever. That the Children of GOD will be able to see their path clearly. That what has been obscured by the ways of man will eventually vanish before their eyes. And the path that will be before them shall be a path that is lit up by the Word of GOD, by the revelation of the Spirit, says the Holy Ghost... (1st August 2017)

Do not say in your heart: Where shall I go? Where shall I hide? How shall I turn from this? The Spirit of the LORD says, 'I have been with you even when you have not recognized Me. I have taken you through things. I have taken you through places. I have taken you through moments that you thought were going to swallow you. But I took you out,’ says the Spirit of the LORD. ‘I shall not cause, I shall not allow a hair from your head to drop. I shall not allow anything to harm you my child. Think not that my future is bleak, for it is bright. Yea even as I have been with you, so shall I be with you. I shall open your eyes to this; that you may see me that yea I am with you and I uphold you with my righteous right hand. Look into the future and see that I am there, that you may know that where I am, there also you shall be. There is no future you have outside of me,’ says the Spirit of the LORD. I am your future, and even as I am your future, your future is certain,’ says the Spirit of the living GOD... (18th July 2017)

Begin to realise that your optimum self equates to Christ JESUS... The moment you find yourself closed in, you are in your lesser self. There's always a way out if you are in touch with that Highest Self because it cannot be bound...

Whatever you experience in life are of the yield after your kind... You just cannot have an orange tree yielding a mango... Life has been set in motion along those very definite principles... Most people don't assess their life on this basis. Give an example, someone studied Engineering, went to campus and that was the course he did for 4 years, graduated in it. But then after 4, 5 years, you find that person is a janitor. So you wonder, how can an engineer become a janitor? He was never an engineer. He yielded fruit after his kind, he was a janitor studying Engineering, no matter how much he passed it...

Anything Spirit is higher than what is natural. Do you know, many of the things we know and appreciate today are a result of spiritual prowess?

Some of the beautiful Art which still compels many people was not a product of some guy sitting down and trying to draw something out of his head. If you read some of those dead guys I think Leonardo da Vinci, those fellows who produced marvelous work that has captivated the world to this day, have you? They laid back and got to some point where it was not the activity they already knew, that's what they put down. There's this part of them they allowed to flow, they became creative and allowed that part to flow and came up with works which astounded them themselves...

I can actually look at a person without having gone, like Moses, years in Medical School and diagnose their disease. Not only diagnose their disease but also heal it, glory to GOD!

Religion places hypocrisy in people; they complain and attack messages about money yet they have worked the whole week for it…

They say, ‘Which intelligence are you using to give us that info?’ I tell them, ‘The Heavenly Intelligence’…

The LORD has just told me that, er: Next Tuesday we'll have a Holy Communion Service. There's going to be a lot that will be put together! If your health was falling apart, it will be put together. Your finances, your relationship, they will be put together. Glory to GOD...

As we partake of this Holy Communion, things shall be restored, one by one by one...

There is a lady I told some years ago. She was complaining about, ‘My ki-husband, my ki-husband!’ Then I told her, you look at this guy born again, then I quoted this scripture from Peter which talks about how husbands are influenced by their wives. Begin seeing him as this loving guy, not this ki-guy. And I pray the guy is not here, but he changed after she began to see that divine perspective…

Negativity is from the pit of hell...

A time comes when you realise that there is just one way up...

I’m saying these things by the Spirit. If you guys knew how I receive these things, you would know the Way and get lifted out of situations. If GOD be for you, who can be against you? No fierce opposition, antagonism can put you down. Begin seeing yourself that way and you will change, glory to GOD. Lift up your hands and pray in other tongues…

Out there, the prophetic realm is something that is so misunderstood; there is gross ignorance about it. I received messages after guys had seen that NTV thing and realized that not only scripturally but even grammatically, people do not understand the prophetic. Someone asked, ‘Can you please prophetise to me?’ (Hahaha!) Then I thought that was big enough! Then another wrote, ‘Can you please prophesise on me?’ I said now the ignorance goes beyond, as if it would not get worse, another one. ‘You please propheshy’…

If the devil can manage to show you something that is in contradiction and convinces you that what you see in your situation is actually true, then he has gotten you! But then, there is another World where you exist and in that World, you are in perfect harmony with GOD and HIS Spirit and that is the World of your spirit. You have no credence of GOD and you in that World of Spirit though you get so preoccupied with this other outside fallen world that is actually a Lie. That is how you are held in bondage because you are spiritually subjecting yourself to it by acknowledging or admitting that it is the true world. If you are to define what Truth is in its right sense, it should be that which does not change. If anything changes, you cannot say it is true. We know GOD doesn’t change…

I shall cause you to bear fruit that no man nor evil can snatch from you, says the Spirit of the LORD. Behold, I bring you to a place where MY word establishes you and not even yourself can take yourself from it...

Turn to your neighbours and tell them: By this time tomorrow, I will be in a better place. Say to yourself: Somewhere in the future, I look better than I look now...

The veil is your Lowest Self whom you have grown accustomed to because you have functioned or operated on that plane, for example you went to school and they presented exam tests for you to pass. So when you took them on, the part of you that you engaged was your intellect; you analyse things and tried memory. Everything was that part of you and so if it was Math, there was a time I told Moses I did PCB/M. I told Moses I know Sub Math eh, I didn't like it. He told me: (Sub Math, me it was okay!) I looked at the guy: See this guy, how can you say Sub Math was okay? Heehee! What happens, everything that you experience, you take on the level of that limited self, that fallen self. So when you encountered a problem, you had experiences based on those encounters. So when you faced Math, you realised: I'm not a Math guy! We cannot handle so you came up with excuses such as: What will a quadratic equation help me in counting my money? So you put Math aside. But when you faced all those things, they defined you to, ya, and the you they defined was not your glorious self, it was your Lowest. What they try to achieve is bring out, veil out that Optimum Highest Self of you...

People will attack wealth and health in a very cynical way like: "For me, all I need is GOD if I only have just a little to get by." And then they have that just a little to get by, but feel they need much more than what they have. But they are sowing seed - that just a little - by attacking abundance...

Watch and pray, before you has been set life and death, blessing and cursing! And the LORD would have you choose life: It would mean anything that is uplifting, anything that is progressive, not regressive nor depreciating...

Because of the fallen nature, people are so prone to what is negative and fallen that they will grasp it with a greater intensity than that which is good, lovely, noble and from GOD...

I was caught up in the angelic realm... somewhere in the air... The LORD suddenly disappeared (but I could see angels worship sweetly at a distance)... While I was watching, another angel came and passed by flapping and then when I was going to look, the LORD spoke to me (though HE wasn't visible), "Don't look at its face!" Then I realised, that was a fallen angel. So this thing flew and then turned... I was staring at the face of this creature... It prepared to charge at me. The LORD told me again, "Don't look at it, look up (where the angels are)..." So when I looked up, there was a glory and it was affecting me... I could feel this thing flapping, falling down, flapping until it vanished...

You find a child of GOD who is in warfare from the time the year began up to the end. Man, warfare has never come to an end. And then you will meet someone else whom the Devil can't access. He that dwells in the secret place of the MOST HIGH shall abide under the Shadow of the MOST HIGH. Now the Devil has no access to that secret place. It says you will be protected from the snare of the fowler...

The LORD is my inheritance... 80 percent of the secrets he reveals to me are not for sharing...

I know what exactly I will be doing in eternity...

Experience GOD, not just needs being met! If GOD is the yield of life in manifestation, then how can needs stay? All needs and wants are cleared, glory to GOD...

GOD has never been sabotaged, HE cannot be sabotaged. HE said I will open a door that no man can shut. That life can be experienced based on the degree of openness that you allow it into you...

Just position yourself for increase, for growth, for fellowship with GOD...

You wake up and you know you are going to meet someone you haven't met for a long time. This is going to happen, you find that you are reliving what you actually knew from within. Imagine you actually got to know how you knew that and you mastered how life would turn out...

When the Righteous begin to emerge in the Prosperity of the Anointing, the entire city catches it, even those who are unbelievers... The Righteous are yet to take their positions, why? Some of them have been told: 'Prosperity is evil', you know, they've been told: 'Poverty is good! Afterall, GOD is even poor.' So they have demonized Prosperity and they have made poverty look like this is the element of holiness, you get? Because of that, the city and the entire nation takes the course and the level of the Righteous, you get? The city cannot rise beyond the level of the revelation of Prosperity that the saints have. Until they begin getting it, then we shall not see the significant rise of this nation in terms of being a lender and not a borrower and dominating the regions, dominating the continent and the world because that is our call...

The Spirit of GOD is renewing your inward man...

Enjoy the health of GOD, enjoy the finances of GOD...

People ask us questions: How come if you heal the sick, why is Mulago full? (Bible) says: There were lepers (in the time of Elijah), how come it was only Naaman that received his healing? You have to choose from your side that you're the one going to stand out. It has to be you and GOD! Leave the clamour that moves along in unbelief and darkness! Stand alone and say :My life is different...

Now, if you think it is (High Level) Psychology, come and do it...

A believer who talks demonic words is more powerful than the Devil himself because he is a tool...

Sickness shall increase if people stand against healing from the Lord, what He accomplished on the Cross... The message of the Cross is foolishness to those that are perishing. So you are made to sound fake, like if you stand by the revelation of GOD...

Those that humble themselves shall be exalted. Out there in the world, you push people down and you rise up! That is one principle. Another one is the principle for instance of giving; You give and it shall be given unto you, good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over shall men give to your bosom. In the world's way of attaining that, it says killing or cheating. It is selfish or self-centred...

Our GOD is really a Lover...

Better is one day in the courts of the LORD than a thousand days elsewhere, Psalms 84:10. What GOD can do for you in one day can be much much greater than what you have tried to produce over three years of flesh...

There was a time I was looking for land to purchase and I was, in my mind, working like a fallen man: Where are the brokers? I thought they were the solution to me finding something good. When I was driving, I wanted it in a particular area, I suddenly realised: Wait a minute, you are looking all over the place, prophet! Broker? So I stopped at some stage, Zana Stage. Then I was like: Now, um, yes I will need, I acknowledge the ministry of brokers. But I said am going to call one who will take me to the exact plot I want. So what I did, I sat down and picked up his number in the spirit, shoooo, just like that. You guys are like: (How does he know those things?) I did it and called the guy, then he said: (How did you get my number?) I confused him; I normally know how to confuse people, so he's like: (Where are you?) I told him: Zana Stage. (So how did you know that am around here?) Heehee...

When you degrade yourself, you manifest results of that level. Life is just like that. But now I have tasted of the heavenly gift - Christ Jesus. His revelation will shine in you and you begin to realise: As He is, so are you in this world. When you actually realise that you deserve the Best and you make claims such as: 'I deserve the Best!', then people start asking: "Who are you?" But actually there is nothing even in this life that is worthy of you. Your value way transcends anything that is common...

When you are truly rich, you do not fluctuate...

If you look at your health, will it glorify Aspirin or see the touch of GOD...

You get a job and you don't have the credentials for it. Now that is divine favour...

The Kingdom of GOD is not in word but in power...

Study your Bible in the Holy Ghost...

Do not read the Scriptures as something of either the past or future. Read it with a now mentality, a now perspective. That is when it will benefit you...

This entire month, GOD is going to make it hard for you to struggle financially. You will struggle to get broke, glory to GOD, hallelujah...

Never take the Word of GOD as something you already know...

Jesus went through it, you don't have to go through it. That's why we have to be very stern. You don't play games with a life that is costing you a measure of the blessing. You don't accept it...

Money is your slave, it is not your master...

The Highest Level of communication is not verbal, it is intuitive... The reason why we exchange verbally is because of the separation that happened...

You don't have to request and request and request and yearn and yearn and yearn! You live your life and you are drawing from the spirit anything that you need. Anything that you want is just coming before you, and coming and coming...

Hatred is death; everything that doesn't uplift is part of this death realm. Brokeness is part of it...

Enoch was translated out of that realm that is dominated by disease, by lack, by darkness. Imagine being translated from a life of disappointment...

Anything contrary to love is not your portion...

Who told you that you have to first fail to win, Jesus failed for you...

The LORD loves you so much that HE wants you to experience Heaven on Earth...

Christ ushered you into the Ultimate of Comfort which is the heavenly realm...

In the real world, sometimes things go well, sometimes they don't. Fate has its way of presenting things. Now imagine you are being translated out of that world of fate into the Will of GOD! What you are experiencing is purely, purely heavenly. You are not going to be found in that fallen order of things, glory to GOD! That reality has ceased, it doesn't belong to your world at all. Don't try to make sense of it...

People get pissed when you say that you are anointed...

I don't know anyone in the universe who prophesies national and international issues at the degree I do...

We have the software of Prophecy...

There are certain children of GOD whom the LORD has called into prominent places. They look at themselves and then look at seasoned people and they undermine themselves like David and Goliath. They don't realise that there is something at work that can translate this person into a one day's phenomenon...

You walk with GOD until GOD takes over you...

Fear of failure is not of GOD...

When you eat heavenly food, every sense tastes it. It brings GOD and life...

How can you think that tomorrow you will be in lack when you have a Father who owns all things...

Faith (not money) is the currency of GOD...

The reason why I have blessed you alot is because you are an Arsenal guy... (Joke)

The enemies of GOD are terrified at your presence...

Years ago, when I entered a bus or taxi, I sit next to people and whoever was one way or another demonized, they jump around and the taxi has to first stop. And the conductor would say: "Let's first stop and he casts it out..."

I sat at National Theatre next to some kid on some pavement. This kid comes, on holiday. I was waiting for a sister of mine from Maryhill, Teddy. This kid comes, sits next to me and stares at me and falls from up, you know, from those pavements. Another kid, it happened twice that day. So I began realising through a lot of those experiences that there was a glory that the devils could tell was upon me...

Rise up and take your bed! Why do some people get offended when you give them that solution. The solution is there, but hidden...

You are known by certain qualities, but then you enter a certain realm in the Spirit and you get to know yourself now in a certain heavenly perspective with a new potential that you know yourself. Others may not see it because you have remained brown or black or what, whatever... The person we knew yesterday all of a sudden wakes up today and says: "I'm going to be the Greatest Businesswoman in Uganda!"

Actually when you speak, they think you are proud, but you know the world in which everyone operates, all of it comes from within. It's all about how much big you are within, how much you are able to comprehend...

I see things that the casual believer will not be able to know. But you tap those things, you draw them. Position yourself to draw from deeper graces than those you are readily experiencing...

There are also other benefits that come from this (heavenly) knowledge. Those benefits will be: Your pocket will never run dry (Clap clap clap, Amen!) A lot of you clapped when it is money. When it is the LORD, you don't want, hahaha! Okay, let's not talk about money! When you get to see these things, it is a life that is here... You can't explain it, you can't trace it. You remember like how the Lord told Nicodemus the wind blows and you don't know where it comes from and where it is headed, so is everyone who is born of the Spirit...

I've always had the desire to feel (GOD), to interact with HIM, to see HIM has been greater, greater, greater than anything life can offer. I have followed him that way, where I remember one friend of mine years ago, I don't know whether he's here. He had been born again, he even kind of mentored me when I had gotten born again. So he came, they were concerned that I was always seeking GOD, seeking GOD. They came to me and said: You have to realise that, what, that GOD wants you to have money. I said: Yah, I knew that it was scripturally. Yah, but it being there or not for me wasn't the case. It's the Will of GOD. I used to go on a certain hill, myself and the LORD. I would pray for a few hours in the Holy Ghost, then all of a sudden, there was a smoke that would come around. Sometimes, rain is falling, that smoke comes and descends and engulfs around me and I have hours of literally Heaven on Earth inside that cloud and it is all over me. Now I come back, when I come back, you can't begin telling me: You have missed a sandwich. You can't tell me anything. Well, it's good and what. I actually got to, that's how my loss of appetite came from, because I literally ate of the heavenly food, literally. I'm not talking I read something then it became food, what, in spirit. To me, well it's okay you know, to have whatever you want to have. It's okay but I got to a place I had with the LORD that I couldn't trade it for anything... I realised there is a place in the Spirit, only you know it... LIFE! You talk of satisfaction, you talk of fulfilment, everything in the same package. You don't want, you don't need anything after those moments...

HE (GOD) says: I know you by Name; you do not get demoted, you do not get rejected. Everywhere you go, Doors just open up for you... HE is not planning for the Company. A Company might just stay up just because you are there, just for you... You will not fall with the Multitude; you will know that a Bus will not fall over just because you are there... You will know that everything has to go well as far as the Economy is concerned because I want it that Way. Everything GOD does HE considers you...

A Time comes when this Glory is revealed and you are impressed. So you move with this Consciousness... The Fact that someone does not carry this full Glory is what makes him not GOD... The Glory of the Heavenlies: You put it in a Room and it passes through the Wall. Its Class is different... The first Man Adam was made a living Soul, the last Man JESUS who you proceed from was made a quickening Spirit (a Life-giving Spirit)... That's the Glory that you carry. Everything you touch, you give Life...

The Time has come for a new Breed of Believers to wake up and begin realising that there is this other Realm. There is this other Substance; it is invisible but it is more real than the natural Substance and that they can actually get a hold of it, that it is the building Block of all their Desires. And in whatever Way they imagine to grab it, they can actually grab it because it is there. It just takes your Imagination and it will work for you in whatever Area of your Life. Glory to GOD...

Have you ever had a Day where everything good is just happening? Nothing goes wrong, everything is just going right. Even the Atheist will say: GOD! They know, it will spring from you, because somewhere within the Human Heart is this Recognition of GOD. When Goodness happens, thank GOD! There is a Sigh of Relief and that Sigh of Relief is always an Acknowledgement of GOD, of the Hand of GOD. So HE says: You want to be impressed with ME, eh? You really want my, what (Glory)? I will mess you up with Goodness. I will hammer you, hammer you until you say: No, no! By the way, I'm telling you what I know that the LORD can mess you up with Goodness. HE hammers you from every Corner, and you even hide. "It's okay now! Please, you just stop! This is now getting too much!" And even in that Corner, HE comes and finds you there and messes you up, you come and run. You are just taking off, Things just tracking you down everywhere. That is the Goodness of GOD... You are impressed more with it when you don't feel deserving...

You are not beyond the Reach of the Hand of GOD...

Some see Glory, some cannot... I'm telling you of a Creature that has six Wings, that is so powerful in Expression. You get? Some of you, I think, if you watch these Things in a Movie, you will think you are even watching a Horror...

I grow up and then, all this Memory am trying to erase involving myself in all manner of Things. I must say I successfully to a great Degree managed to erase a huge Chunk of it. I lived almost totally as a natural Person until the Time when the Presence of GOD, the Holy Spirit came and visited me in a profound Way at Home in my Living Room. I found myself... babbling a Language that I could not articulate in a known earthly Language. I found there was something of an electric Charge proceeding out of me, out of my entire Being. It surrounded me. I remember the whole Room was charged. I remember hearing the LORD telling me: I have called you to be a Prophet to the Nations...

We do not want to coerce anyone to coming and seeing what GOD is doing. We wanted GOD to bring the right kind of People, those that he has preserved to enter into this Dimension... Someone comes and it is from their Heart. Anyway, we start off that Way. Within a couple of Weeks, it was a residential House, the entire residential House is full. To make the long Story short, we shift over into Hotel Triangle, a Hall of 60 from packing ourselves up with 30 People... in again a small space of time, it's filled up. We go to another Hall in the same Hotel, 100, it is filled up. We go to a neighbouring Hall, a Capacity of about 300, it is filled up in a couple of Months. Then we shift over into LaBonita Theatre. It is filled up in a couple of Months. Now right where we are, it is a Capacity of 1000s, it is filled up. And all by the People the LORD has found for such a Time as this to enter into the Dimension that HE has reserved for a Time as this. There is Greatness that HE has reserved; there is a prophetic Remnant that will usher the World into the Dimension that has been held up in the Heavenlies that have come for such a Time to draw an entire Humanity into something that had been hidden yet it is very real, it is very profound. Even if you wanted to argue about it, you would not be able to. You would either fall on the Side, those who I always called deliberate Unbelievers who see and yet deliberately reject it, or you will come to the Realisation,... that the LORD indeed is GOD... The LORD indeed has a Plan, not only for me, but for you, for him and everyone. That Plan is unveiled much more clearer as we delve into the Realm of the Prophetic...

I authored Tasting The Powers Of The Age To Come in 2012; it was actually published in 2012, that means I authored it in 2011. A couple of years before I authored it, I had received the title of it from the LORD and I thought I was supposed to write it then, back then about five years before I actually authored it. When I had gotten out a paper; I always do my authoring from a paper, I write down before I go to, yeah. So when I did that, the LORD told me: (YOU DO NOT HAVE THE REVELATION OF IT YET. THIS IS SOMETHING WHICH YOU WILL DO LATER!) So it was about five years later when HE told me: (NOW YOU CAN WRITE!)...

Anything outside of who GOD is or doesn't originate from GOD is not Truth. It is falsehood no matter how real it appears. That means everything sin that is viewed in the world after the fall of man which would include sickness, disease, poverty, failure, lack of the perfectness of the Blessing of GOD in manifestations, it is not true. But now why the Spirit of GOD is bringing all this to our attention is, we have been ministered to by a Lie. And we have continued in that lie until it became our truth. And so you find people going to be delivered from the Devil. And then you ask them: But the Word says in Colossians 1:13 - JESUS actually delivered us from the dominion of darkness and translated us into the kingdom of HIS dear Son. Then the person tells you: (You cannot just write off these things, well my sister did not get married, now she is 50. The second born also, now also me and you can see it! All of us men came and almost kwanjula-d.) Now how can you tell me it did not work out, that is something is happening? You end up being ministered to by a falsehood. According to what GOD categorizes as true is things that represent HIS essence or person, any other thing is contradiction. If you somehow failed, it's a lie...

Know the truth and the truth shall set you free. Years ago, there's a friend of mine who had fallen for a girl, not in a bad sense... He wanted some girl but didn't have her phone number and so he asked me: (Can't we pick it up?) Hahaha! So, we were at Botanical Gardens, we talked, this guy really wanted this girl. So he asked we pick it up, eh! Ya, so we picked it up, heehee! So I gave it to him and the guy called and he was sorted. That may appear some weird example but you have to leave bounds. Some of you are looking at me and saying: (Is this guy a prophet?) Anyway, do not postpone your wedding! When we stand here, we see things and we look and we try not to tell people. GOD is a good GOD, you want me to tell you, hahaha! Whatsoever is born of GOD overcomes the World. Do you know that? It is sorted! You cannot be overcome, you cannot fail, you cannot be disadvantaged. You just can't come up with: (You see for me am disadvantaged; I don't have people.) It is impossible! Whatsoever is born of GOD overcomes the World, there is no force of nature or in hell can stop you. Now whatever would try to stop you has to contain with divinity. If divinity is that weak to be defeated by human force or demonic force, we would rather be human again. Never be convinced by any situation that you are going to be overcome and now that's what we were saying before, you find yourself instead of continuing in the truth, you are faced by that situation and it begins speaking to you instead of allowing the Word to speak to you the truth and that sickness begins telling you: (2 months to go!) Then you say: (Okay man!) Then you continue in that. (Now one month and a half to go) and it is communicating to you. That's the whole problem. We are looking at the wrong thing and allowing it to communicate to us and then we continue in the bondage. JESUS said: (The Devil is a liar and the Father of Lies!) HE meant that whatever he throws at you is actually not true; it isn't, don't consider it. I take that in its very core of being divine. If something is a lie, then actually it is an illusion, it isn't real...

The Spirit of GOD shows me the entire nation and there are clouds still hanging on, that, above and they are red clouds. Father, we declare that your mercy prevails on this nation. Spend one minute praying for this nation. I'm very serious about that, just pray for the Peace of this nation! Shikaraba... [2013]

You guys should better catch up with the supernatural so fast coz there is a lot that is in store for us...

When we come around here, you don't realise some of the things which are actually here. I'm giving you a simple example: All you see is: (That guy dresses smartly. Why would he put on something like that?) You only see loud speakers and chairs and you know. When you listen to the Word, you don't listen to it in its very reality; it's still veiled to you... Now you walk into a place like this and you cannot see anything other than your neighbour and chairs around, but you do not see your angelic neighbours; that is very very serious! You know we get so used to it, to living behind the veil that we just walk in, wooh, sit down. And when you talk of angels, you are like: (There are angels here?) It begins to be some alien-thought to you. To me, even GOD is here, so let's be very very careful. Now, holy! It is something that has deprived the Children of GOD from actually living in the experience of GOD, that veil that lingers. They do not know how to disassosiate themselves from that veil and to begin experiencing reality from beyond that veil. That is one of the Most Important Things that can happen to you. You will hear about something but not really know it. GOD said: (IS THERE ANYONE LIKE JOB MY SERVANT, RIGHTEOUS MAN AND ALL THESE THINGS, IS BLAMELESS?)...

[2017] Happy New You, not Happy New Year...

You can do something good out of season and miss its opportune time...

While the global trend is to move away from oil to alternative energy, the opportune time is now for the country's oil sector to take shape because there will be a refocus on oil and its value will increase...

There are prophetic details that are revealed that might appear embarassing but they are not really carried out in public [to embarass]... It's about redemption... Prophecy is about redemption, it's about covering, it's about grace and mercy. The earlier people get to know that, the easier they will benefit from the prophetic...

As I had set myself in a time of meditation, all of a sudden am seeing, you know, the veil begin to part and am beginning to see beyond where the physical eyes can reach and so am taken to a place and am beginning to see the theatre of that day play out and what I see again, where am taken, are the Oscars. Let me read to you coz I really don't know these things, so I wrote them down as I would come out momentarily from the vision and the trance, I would momentarily, you know write them. Some of them are not as clear again because I really do not know anything, eh, in the Oscars and especially those people that were shown me. If it was, or someone like probably [Mesut] Oezil, there I would zshoooo, you know, write, eh! You know this is very clear, you see eh! But er, now okay! In the Oscars while I was there, I saw an announcement and there were two contenders, contentions that I would see from the judges of two movies that were for, note this, Best Picture, because I saw it written and two movies were in contention, eh. Now, I don't really think that they've even made nominations. The media team will come to me and try to enlighten me about this, eh, but the two of them I remember one of them had something to do with -Land, eh... Prophecy comes on different Levels. There is one that comes on a certain Level where you cannot clearly retain what you have picked up and there is this Influence that can come in and you can become inaccurate. Something which I know... the one that had -Land [within its Title, that is La La Land] won the Show for Best Picture [at the 89th Academy Awards/ Oscars]... Then I saw Best Supporting Actress and there was Viola Davis... Then for Best Supporting Actor, there was a Muslim-sounding Name; it had something like Mahershala Ali, Ali something like that. It was Moonlight; I remember Moonlight... Best Animated Feature, there was Zootopia. Then there was a Song that started playing and I wondered what was this! Then it was written on City Of The Stars; it was the Best Song, Song of the Year. The Best Adapted Screenplay was Fences...

[On KTN's Life & Style - Talentscape Show:] The Tsunami in 2004 was my First Prophecy on an International Scale. Before then, I was prophesying simply on a personal level and then I received this prophecy about this devastating thing. I was seeing it and then I saw the date it would happen, precisely the 26th of December. So I shared it with a few people around. Then because it had a date to it, so I waited to see what would happen. Strangely, when it happened on the exact date, I did not realise it was it until after two days. That's when I woke up to: "Eh, wait a minute!" We went [checked] and this was it, the exact thing. So it was the prophecy that ushered me into prophesying national and international things...

I was ministering, I was preaching. By then the fellowship was small; it was about 100 people. Then I started to see it, I started to see that Uganda would send these choppers to Somalia, then I saw them crash. Of course, we prayed against it because you know, when you see a disastrous vision, it's not given to you for it to come to pass. It's given to you again for redemptive purposes. So we prayed against it but then I went ahead to contact certain people, you know, in office, authority to try and stop it, they didn't listen. Somehow we didn't get through to them. We got through but they said: "It has already come out in the news so we can't..." But there is a prophecy! "No, but it's already..." But they learnt the hard way... I think that was one of the prophecies including the terrorist attacks at Rugby Club that got people to wake up and realise that what they are dealing with here is not human but it is GOD at work...

You can talk about the LORD all you can but the evidence of HIM being LORD is when HE is in manifestation, how do you deal with that?! The Pharisees actually were talking about the same LORD that eventually appeared to them and it was proved that all their talk was merely talk. They were just religious, they were not a spiritual people. Most of our society today, Kenya, Uganda all over, the majority of the people are not really submitted to the LORD as GOD. They think they are because noone can come out and publically say that: The LORD is not GOD! because it is a scary thought to them but when push comes to shove, they find out that they actually don't really honour the LORD; they don't fear the LORD...

Kenya is a chosen nation in terms of industry; it's suppposed to be leading [in East and Central Africa]...

Dreams are prophetic phenomena; how you deal with them is very important... They are revealed to you for redemptive purposes not for them to come to pass. When you see [terrible] dreams like that again, just go before the throne of grace and say: In the Name of JESUS, you will not come to pass! This shall not come to pass! Cancel them...

You fail by your wisdom. There is such a thing as a divine grace that comes on you and is at the forefront of all your plans. If you start your life with it, then it's in contact with not only what you have planned but much more than what you have planned, it will bring into your life much more greater things. That's the life that I live. I live a life that is greater than what my strength or my wisdom would produce. That's why am saying: Better than planning out your life, recognise a grace that you will take advantage of and am going to show you how you would do that. 2 Chronicles 20:20 says that, "Believe in the LORD GOD and you shall be established! Believe HIS prophets and you shall prosper..." Now, er, what that is, er, a prophet will release what we call a prophetic grace that he has heard from Heaven or that he has received from Heaven for that season. For me and the ministry and the grace that I carry for this year, the LORD told me that whoever shall submit to that word and that word is, HE told me: HE maketh me lie down, HE makes me lie down in green pastures! Now what happens then is, er, you submit to it and you wake up in the morning and say: Okay, this shall cover my life that am not going to struggle. Making you lie down means GOD is going to sort me out. Believe HIS prophets and you shall prosper. But imagine you wake up and think: Okay, this is what am going to do, there is a lot am going to deal with! How about waking up with that as your forethought that actually: All things will come in place, HE will make me lie down in the pastures that I want to. Now you exercise that, all of a sudden you will start seeing life connecting. Life is supernatural...

I'm a prophet, not illuminati...

I am a very simple man...

Some of them [fellow pastors] say the powers I use to prophesy are from the Devil. But I just forgive them because most of them don't know what they are talking about...

There is a state I have to be in to prophesy. When am in a tired state and relaxed, I can prophesy. But when I am pre-occupied, I struggle a lot or even fail completely...

GOD is not [distant] like HE has been presented. HE is closer to anyone no matter what someone has or has not done; HIS mercies are always new every morning. Your life can just turn around and there is noone destined for a dark future...

I used to go in isolated places to pray on the hills just to avoid interaction and understand more of the LORD...

We hire the Fotogenix tent alone at over 20 M UgX, the public address system and live coverage is about 15 M UgX and the hotel charges us over 10 M UgX. It's by GOD's grace that we manage...

[Talking to NBS TV's Mable Twegumye Zake (on the People & Power Show):] Because of the generalitites in what we do, especially in the things of GOD in the Church, any preacher will be labelled pastor but it is as ridiculous calling me a pastor as it is calling a doctor an engineer! So am a Prophet of GOD called to serve GOD in that capacity and not in the capacity of a pastor. But I would understand people calling me pastor... though it is technically not correct...

(I'm) the Force of the Holy Spirit. There are various forces, there are various levels of life: there is the natural level of life. With that, you've got to use your natural human strength and every attributes to it. It can only take you so far; it will give you the credentials that can only take you that far in life. But if you desire, if you aspire for something that is greater than what you know your natural human strength can't give you, your natural connections can't give you, then you've got to look up to something greater and that is the divine Power of GOD! When you learn how to connect with that power, the results that you get will astound so many because they will try to understand how it is that you are specially succeeding or progressing and they will not measure up to anything that they can attribute to your intellect, your wisdom. They will know that there is something way beyond that is at work in your life. So that is what I call the Holy Spirit; you come to the knowledge of it when you meet Christ. After that your life is asail with that power. You are no longer dependant on your own wisdom, the Wisdom of GOD is at work. The difference between people like me and some other people is you get to know - to realise the insufficiencies, the limitations of man. You also get to acknowledge the all-sufficient Power and Knowledge of GOD and then you only learn how to walk with him in experience, not just having a Religion but in experience. That's what makes the difference...

[Me being a husband at home is] as natural as it gets... As ordinary as it gets, you know: Eating supper, discussing, planning, chatting and that is it...

I have a background in Sports, I love Sports, I love Football to be specific. I played Football when I was in Secondary School, way from Primary School to Secondary School. I played it, I still watch it, I enjoy it. I just enjoy staying fit not because the modern man likes to do so but just because I like to do so...

I enjoy nice Comedy, I enjoy Detective Thrillers, um, yuh, basically anything that can make you laugh, that is funny and especially the Thrillers... because GOD did not say: Don't watch secular movies! Well, you engage in what people call secular life everyday. So if I watch it on TV or see it across the street, it's all the same...

A few times, I go out to get some coffee and chat...

It switches on and off. I start looking and start seeing something about your life. So when that happens, long time ago, I used to give it to you directly whether you are a stranger or and that is how I lost a lot of friends and family members because of fear. I didn't know, I wasn't mature enough to walk this walk until the LORD told me to learn when not to give it out while you are seeing it. So I learnt how to take it under control. I always actually see; if I decided to, I can but I don't always. Now I know when to rely on the Wisdom of GOD on how to say it and when to bring it out...

I'm just cool and flamboyant; I think am just that. I prefer it to ugly and shabby. So I just love it being like this. I don't intend to but I just love it being like this...

A lot of the sentiments about how a Man of GOD ought to be, ought to appear, most of it is rooted in either ignorance or what you think, you know, what you think they ought to, not really from scripture and how GOD actually views it. So, when you study the Scripture... the Scripture talks about how: HE, JESUS was made poor that we might be made rich. Now the so called "humility" equating it to poverty and lack and mundane is actually an insult to GOD. The Man of GOD represents GOD. It's more like you know: I travelled to a certain country, I won't mention, then I looked, they showed me our embassy. Then I said: This is misrepresenting! Whether it was correct depiction or, I looked and I said: Wow, imagine the people who pass here and then see Embassy of Japan and then ours was somewhere in the corner. So it is a representation that GOD would not have, a Man of GOD with torn things and then, you know, so called "humble". It is first of all rooted in ignorance. It is an insult to GOD, it is an insult to everything that HE represents. Reducing a Man of GOD to poverty in the name of humility and all this is really saying that all the fellows up there out there who belong to some other fellow, the Devil, really deserve; they deserve this but the Man of GOD ought not to. You will notice that when you are a true Man of GOD, these things just come to you. Seek first the Kingdom of GOD and all these things shall be added unto you. What happens is, whether you like it or not, wealth will come running out to you. It is almost like you position yourself rightly and this is how these things work, whether you are a Man of GOD or not, a Child of GOD, these things come running down to you because that is the heavenly life...

I'm a Top Leader and I know it will offend so many people but that is the truth. [Security Detail] is not centred on security and fear as it is on protocol and the realisation that a Man of GOD ought to rest. It happened with JESUS's days; you noticed when people would come thronging to him, the disciples would, you know, HE had that and they would block until HE says: Okay, bring that one! Because of that, you will need to regulate your engagements. If you don't, History has had a number of Men of GOD who have actually burnt out, who have blown it because of that, great Men of GOD. So, it is really not fear-based; it's not anything other than protocol and regulation...

This is where the callings come: I am not a pastor, am a prophet. The design of the pastoral office or the pastoral calling is different from the prophet and that is something that people fail to realise. The pastor is the shepherd, in other words: the shepherd is in touch with the sheep. The prophet, you will look all through the Scriptures right [from] Old to the New Testament... you will notice he was not always in touch. The Bible says: You receive a prophet in the name of a prophet, you will receive a prophet's reward. If I came here and you expected the pastoral counselings and all that, you know that kind of connection, you miss out on the prophet's reward. That is why in the biblical times, you will notice people were experienced, they were trained in these things. We are living in the times where the Office of the Prophet is just emerging, is just rising up. Much of what people have encountered, have known is really the pastor so they would expect: Oh... I'm under very strict regulations from Above, from the Throne of GOD on how I conduct myself as a prophet and how am to mold this image because this is a time when GOD is restoring the Office of the Prophet such that people may be able to distinguish the interaction, the reception of a prophet as contrary to these other ministries. It took the person who wanted to see a prophet to know how they can make contact and take advantage of whatever the prophet has in order for them to benefit. If you came with this mentality of: Oh, we've been having counselings with our pastors and how do I counsel with you?, I would be doing you a disservice if I gave you that...

[Flashes] happen differently like the one of the chopper crashes. I had actually finished preaching, by then we used to meet at Hotel Triangle and then all of a sudden, I see a flash of choppers running and they are crashing and I get a sense these are en route to Somalia. So I tell the crowd that was in attendance to pray against it and stop it. Then we tried to call some people after that, you know some authorities to stop it, to try to tell them what we had seen; they didn't really take us seriously and that is how it happened. The thing is: Some of them are as vivid as am looking at you now, but others are actually coming in less vivid forms, they are more blurry. That one was vivid but in flashes. There are those which come at a level of knowledge, not even sight... Some come at a level where you would know something but then you are not seeing it now. Those which come at that level I have misinterpreted them sometimes, you know what you are seeing but you are not interpreting it well. There are different levels of the prophetic revelation so others you are caught up in them; it's as though you are experiencing, you are in the movie itself. Then there are those you get flashes, then there are those now the ones which I do the personal ones very Tuesday especially when I hold someone and they are not fearing, I feel their lives. When I feel your life and am into your life, then all of a sudden I start to see your life...

I do not personally handle finances, I do not even know how our financial ministry is doing; someone is doing it but am a million percent if there is anything like that, I'd back anything that they do. The fellows that do that first of all, they are probably broke so money is their problem. The guys that come to fellowship, they know the blessing of GOD, they know the Scriptures. So we are not doing things because certain outside forces want us to do things the way they want us to do. We are doing things because GOD wants us to do things that way. When the Children of GOD gather especially at fellowship and would want to fund, whatever would want to do, whatever would want to finance, if it happened like in the days of Solomon where you know, gold until he says: Okay you can take it back!, then there we will stop. But as far as what we want, we have not yet even scratched the surface because we really have got to show the kingdom of GOD as wealthy and as influential and as established. Now the Devil doesn't want that... We don't spend less than 50 Million every fellowship, every Tuesday, that is only Tuesday operations. Now the Devil would want us incapacitated, crippled financially that whatever we are doing to his Kingdom ceases. So that is why he raises up a voice...

The Spirit of GOD has raised up a standard against any standard out there and the world has got to deal with it whether it makes them happy, whether it angers them...

There is I think one man who I had always wanted to meet, but I only met him in the spirit, it was Kenneth Hagin. He's the one I consider my spiritual father. He's an American Man of GOD who passed on... That is the only man that I really, from the bottom of my heart, I really desired to meet until I didn't meet him on earth; I met him in the spirit... I went to some hotel, somewhere in another country and one of the managers thought he would impress me, so he told me: You know, Benjamin Netanyahu slept here! You know Obama also slept here! Then the Pope, he slept here, you know! So I looked at the guy, and I think I asked him something that offended him even because he was expecting that yes, you are privileged because Obama actually slept here. I looked at the guy and said: This guy! He slept on that bed and it's still as ordinary. If Kenneth Hagin or any other anointed man had slept on that bed, I would really desire to sleep there because there is something that catches the anointing. These guys are lumps of flesh, not lumps of flesh like in a derogatory way but they are earthly. I have met people obviously who some people would want to meet, I think they are great but they are not like at my: I want to meet them...

My young sister was the first to get saved at home; I despised saved people, how you would call them, saved people. So that morning, actually the day before they had decided to come to kind of share with me the things of the spirit. Before then, I must say I had started actually having convictions from Above. So that morning as they shared, as they shared, you know, there was this mocking thing, you know coming from me again, once again. To make a long story short, we decide to close in prayer. While I bowed my head, I just found myself saying: JESUS, JESUS forgive me! What felt like a few seconds or a few minutes later, I realised that I was speaking a language that I didn't know, so I looked up and then I thought: Okay, something is wrong! So I turn, and again to make a long story short, I burst out in what I now know to be speaking in tongues and there was a strange power that was all over my body, every bit of my being that is coming out from me. And that was the day I was born again and that is the day I received the call of GOD...

There is one Man of GOD, no matter what people think of him or whatever you know, that I admire for his earlier ministry when I wasn't even saved. Pastor Robert Kayanja is not a personal friend; but even before we were saved, we knew that name! Now, he stood out as a man that really, those days when the Gospel wasn't as common, he was in leadership. So you cannot ignore, no matter what you think of him, you cannot ignore the work that he did, the people that he brought to the Kingdom. If there is a man that I really admire what he did for the Kingdom, coz I remember even while I was not bornagain, that is him...

I have seen JESUS. When you meet HIM at the Throne, it is more of a glory and a form when you meet HIM at the Throne, a form of man with glory, with brilliance, with glory! When HE appeared to me, the first time that I saw HIM in physical person then HE walked in, um. I remember someone had told lies about me, it was one pastor I remember, so in the morning I wake up and HE walks into my room, again to make a whole story short, I thought: This is a young man! HE looked young. Now, in my mind I had kind of thought: This is an old man, eh but HE was young. I saw HIM as HE was about 2,000 years ago when HE was on earth, the Jewish person HE was. I saw every feature of him and HE came smiling to me. Then HE told me, again make a long story short: I will never leave you nor forsake you! So, HE is the Most Perfect Person and even in human form that you can find. You cannot call HIM handsome or beautiful, HE is both. HE's, yeah! HIS eyes are the thing I will never forget. HE looks at you and you can't see anything; all your insecurities are gone. Any kind of insecurity you've ever had, even towards HIM, even when you think that you have actually betrayed him, it's all gone. You know HIS love, that is all I can say. The longest I have spent without actually, I think is a month, without actually walking there with him. What people don't realise is, er, you can as well. That is not limited to me as a prophet. This is the Life of the Child of GOD. When the veil was rent in two, it was an invitation into the Holy of Holies for the Children of GOD to start having these one on one experiences in the very Holy of Holies. The only thing is to learn how to engage it, but you can as well...

There is a life greater than the life so many live; that life is accessible to anyone. Do not let anything or anyone for that matter confine you to what is natural, to what is dead and stale and that includes even a religious leader. Awaken to what is supernatural! Experience, GOD did not come to give you a story about HIMSELF; HE came to give you an experience of HIM and when HE comes, HE comes to prosper you, HE comes to make you successful, HE comes to make your life worth living. So go beyond the tradition and all these things that you have had. Seek to know HIM yourself and you will find HIM!

In the Name of JESUS, Glory to GOD!

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PROFILE: Elvis Mbonye [Born 27th March 1977 in Jinja, Uganda] is a modern day mystic, GOD's man with an eye for tomorrow. He is a charismatic Christian leader, author and self-proclaimed prophet of Uganda's Zoe Fellowship that meets every Super Tuesday in KLA City from around 6PM. As a renewalist, he believes in the possibility to "awaken humanity to the infinite realm of spirit and thereby live a transcendent life". In 1998, he witnessed a vision of JESUS who bestowed upon him not only a ministerial calling but also the gifts of ESP [Extra Sensory Perception], faith healing and prophecy. Thus born again, his unusual dreams, visions and revelations have manifested in the real world: he predicted the re-election of George W. Bush, the 2004 Tsunami, uprisings in North Africa, future events in the lives of Fellowshippers, death of a revered Southern African leader in 2013 [who happened to be Nelson Mandela] and much much more. Elvis Mbonye was born in a family of seven to Leo and Teddy Ntiru of Bugolobi who departed in 1990 and 1996 respectively. He attended Mbuya Nursery School, Kiswa Primary School, Kigezi College Butobere for O-Level and Standard High School Zana for A-Level. He later enrolled to Makerere University Kampala where he graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor's Degree in Development Studies...

QUOTES ABOUT ELVIS MBONYE
"I felt like I was being reintroduced to who I really am. It is such an honour to have an experience like this every single week..." - REBECCA SSUUBI

"I got a deeper meaning of sin as a life-form that is an alteration from the divine..." - IVAN SEKIBENGA

"Truly GOD visits man and when HE visits, HE creates a difference..." - INGRID HARMONY BABIRYE

"A gift to us..." - AMELIA NAMONO

"Thank you JESUS for Prophet Elvis! Two things: 1. GOD never intended to be reduced into a doctrine or religious attitudes or rules. 2. Don't you dare despise the miracle working power of our GOD! I will shine..." - ANNE TENDO

"Blessed..." - SHEILA NAMANYA

"Who is this PROPHET ELVIS MBONYE everyone keeps talking about? Imagine you were fired from the job on Monday and on Tuesday a certain guy tells you: [On Wednesday at around 2pm you will receive a phone call from this number 0417-234000 and you will be reinstated back to your job] and it happens just exactly the way he said it.
What do you call a man who looks at your Doctor's medical report which says that you are barren, you have Cancer and you have approximately 2 to 3 months to live, prays for you and only says: IT IS DONE! Two years later you are still alive and in good health, 9 months later the scan shows you are expecting twins!
How can you explain a guy who was jobless, broke in 2014 and received a prophecy on his life that he's going to be an entrepreneur, businessman, help many people; three years later the same guy has rental apartments, set up his own business, bails people out in millions, has a good paying job? He didn't steal or win a lottery but he's very successful.
What manner of man is this who can tell events, one year before they happen, outcomes of local and international astonishing events that no scientist, NASA experts nor archeologist can foresee, but he accurately tells it all and specifies the months and dates when they will happen and and the signs and significance of it to you.
You must be mad (satirical), crazy, out of your mind to go to a foreign nation ministering LIVE on National TV watched by millions of viewers across, minister to people in the studio, tell them their names, villages (you have never been to), birthdays and names of their children, plus events that are going to happen to them in two weeks without missing a dot !
Thousands of people's lives have been changed both spiritually, financially, emotionally. We have witnessed miracles and wonders before our very eyes, amazing testimonies, the fellowship has grown in numbers to the extent that no hall in Uganda can accommodate the growth, until they decided that we now need stadiums with capacity of 15-20 thousands every week..." - LAMECK RAYMOND KIYIMBA

#GODisgreat...
Behold, GODisgreat, and we know HIM not; the Number of HIS Years is unsearchable... - JOB 36:26

May all who seek THEE rejoice and be glad in THEE! May those who love THY Salvation say evermore, "GODisgreat!" - PSALM 70:4 [The New English Bible]

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Translate Lugbara to English [Free Dictionary]

What is Forest in Lugbara?
Aiko's [One Page] Lugbara Dictionary
Translate English to Lugbara! Like the Chinese, Burmese, Thai, indigenous Mexican, Norwegian plus West African languages, etc, Lugbara is also based on Tones; some words when pronounced differently mean something else eg ti can mean cow, language, mouth, lip, the sound of dripping liquid; to drop a liquid (eg ointment), deliver (bear, give birth), sign, press (eg a button), pick (eg fruit from tree), dress smartly, tie (thatch, fasten) strangle (hang) yourself or in vain (delayed). The word for head, get warm or hotter and hand is spelt dri while to read and to lie down (sleep) is la but pronounced differently. Meanwhile others are the same sound depending on context eg to beat with a stick and draw pictures is [o]gba. Some words are said threeways like valley = a'bu, e'bu and i'bu or twoways like fish = e'bi and i'bi. As for English [Mundu ti], it has some words with the same sound but different spellings eg bone and born; borough and borrow; con matches with cone and corn; pawn with porn; read with reed plus rid; sheep with ship; sight with site; son with sun; etc. What is internet in Lugbara? Indaneti. What is computer in Lugbara? Kompota, Komputa or Kompuuta. What is subcounty in Lugbara? Jo ago (also Gombolola). Can you translate sorghum to Lugbara? Ondu. How do you say website in Lugbara? Webusaiti. Translate video to Lugbara! Vidio. What does ongulumu mean in Lugbara? Organisation. Learn Lugbara by reading! Below is a free electronic Lugbara Dictionary [edited by Aiko +256(712)356257]; it's not as cumbersomely fast as Google Translate but can be accessed more remotely than paperback. The brackets () show Parts of Speech and alternative Words while the second set [] stand for the Change in Pronunciation. From personal observation as a Side B Lugbara (born and raised outside Lugbaraland), some words are repeated to create a new word eg munimuni = soft. Letter C in Lugbara is always pronounced "ch" like in church even when written without H! The majority of Lugbara words have less than seven letters. Sometimes at the end of a word, you can do without repetition of the vowels a & i, the other three are okay because they have distinct tones when repeated but: -taa might mean "in -ta" [eg leta-a = in love, instead of letaa-a]/ -ii might mean "-i the one" [eg andri-i = the mother, instead of andrii-i]; consonants are rarely repeated! In Lugbarati, the sound nv is written mv eg Mvara. Adding -ru to any noun or adverb means "like the word before" and is usually used for female given names for instance badaru translated from Lugbara means "like anyhow" or "orderless". When expressing past tense, you can use ra or 'bo after the verb eg eve ra (burnt); eve 'bo (has burnt). Adding -ko or -yo means "without" eg maliko = without wealth, 'bayo = without people; adding -si to a noun means "with" eg letasi = with love while adding -ku to a verb means "doesn't" eg asiku = doesn't care. Adding -ta (same as -taa though I regulate such words here) and -za to some verbs makes them nouns and there are so many formed like that eg otuta = arrangement (also otutaa) and otuza = arrangement; adding -jo means "house of" eg arojo = drugshop or hospital; adding -zu to a verb means "for" eg edrizu = for sending whereas adding -a to a noun means "in" or "at" eg aru-a = in prison...

Aa
a (n) stomach, belly; [(pron) I] eg a ga si = I have refused
a a (adj) not true, not at all, no
a'balao (n) dove (also a'buo)
a'bi (n) grandfather, ancestors; [destiny (also a'bii, pari asizuri)] eg Ma a'bi dra 'bo. = My grandfather died already.
a'bi'ba (n) ancestral ghost spirits
a'bu (n) valley (also e'bu & i'bu)
a'bua (n) banana, plantain eg Munguleni sa a'bua Osu-a. = Munguleni planted bananas in Osu.
a'da (n) truth eg Aki nze a'da. = Aki spoke the truth.
a'danga (n) criticism
a'di (n) war, battle, fight; [(v) cook] eg Mi a'di mani mutere! = Cook for me mutere!
a'di-i? (pron) who? (also a'di?) eg A'di kini 'ba odra ni? = Who said we should die?
a'diko (n) riddle eg A'diko ti si: Baka fi ni, nyondo ni ti ma mulokoni. = According to the language of riddles: A rope is offals, a hammer is a cow's hoof.
a'diza (n) cooked, boiled
a'dukule (adj, adv) alone (also a'dule)
a'dungare? (adv) when? eg YESU ni imvi a'dungare? = When is JESUS returning?
a'duni? (adj, adv, pron) what? 
a'dusi? (adv) why?
a'ya (n) envy, jealousy
a'yoroo (n) squirrel (also a'yaro)
aa (v) stay, reside (also oa) eg Toro Suru ma Opi ni aa Fort Portal-a. = Toro Kingdom's King stays in Fort Portal.
aba (adj) many, (v) stray
ababa (n) madness, craziness
abala (n) competition, betting eg 'Ba ode le abala. = Youth love betting.
abebe (n) dumb person
Abedju-Azaki (n) Lugbara dialect in DR Congo
abefe (n) bridge
Abi Farm (n) agricultural centre on Rhino Camp Road after Ombaci
abiri (n) hunger, famine, suffering
abo (v) bark eg Ocogo ni abo. = A dog barks.
aboloto (n) obese, fat person
abudira (n) catapult, Y-shaped slingshot for hitting birds with stones (also abidira) eg Charlia ni aria ogbi abudira si. = Charles shoots birds with a catapult.
abuza (adj) fat, obese (also mere mere)
acalaka (n) basket
ace (v) remain, tear
acepiri (n) remainder
aceta (n) remaining (also aceza)
aci (n) fire, electricity; [journey, trip, safari; (v) crush with teeth] eg Etu ni aci ede. = The sun creates (solar) electricity.
Aci Engine (n) power plant run by WENRECo in Osu Village since the early 2000s supplying electricity to Arua Town before the anticipated Nyagak Dams were finally switched on
acia (adj) in fire; [(adv) on a journey]
aciaci (adj) hot
Witchcraft
acife (n) witchcraft, practice of magic, use of spells, invocation of spirits, necromancy, sorcery, shamanism, possession, occult, divination, rituals, incantation (also enata, jadu, ondrita)
aco (n) hoe (also e'bu); [fight, battle, break eg eggs, become lame]
Acoli (n) Luo tribe east of Lugbara, Acholi
Acoliti (n) Acholi language
acoza (n) lameness (also acota)
ada (v) pour
Adada (n) rock, hill in Tara
Adalafu (n) village near Arua City separated from Jiako by a river
adaza (adj) feeble, malnourished; [(n) chaff]
adi (n) legend, bon fire eg during E'yo o'beza; (v) abandon, desert; choke
adisi (n) humour, comedy, fun talk (also adu, andru) eg adisi gba = fun talking
Adjumani (n) district east of Moyo across the Albert Nile (also East Moyo)
ADLG (abbr) Arua District Local Government
adreni (phr v) is not, (plu. adrekini) eg Iwa adreni muke ku 'ba andrale eli 80 pini. = Alcohol is not good for persons under the age of 80.
adri (n) brother (also adrii), means rock in Hindi
adriza (n) behaviour
adra (n) fetish (also uri, yakani), violence, anger
ADROA (n) the Creator; sky GOD in Lugbara mythology appears in both good and evil aspects though a single Deity, appeared on earth as a very tall white man near death with only one half of the body, missing one eye, one leg, etc; Divine Absolute Spirit, his children were adroanzi (also ADRO, ADROO, ADROU) eg ADROA 'ba o'bapiri = GOD who created people
adroanzi (n) children of ADROA; nature gods of specific rivers, trees and other sacred wild areas, protect people but can also kill and eat them, sometimes known as water snakes
adrogo (n) idol, false god eg Muhammad nze adrogo karakara Kaba ma ageia Mecca-a. = Muhammad removed many idols near the Kaaba in Mecca.
adromva (n) nephew, niece
adropi (n) paternal uncle eg Kefa ni ma adropi. = Kefa is my paternal uncle.
adroyi (n) maternal uncle eg Jad ni ma adroyi. = Jad is my maternal uncle.
adui (n) rebel, enemy eg Achan ni adui. = Achan is a rebel.
adungu (n) multi-stringed and bow-arched wooden instrument that is usually covered with animal hide at the base and made in various sizes, the smaller ones are handheld while the bigger ones rest on the ground or floor for easy play
afa (n) property, riches, wealth, thing
afa azi (n) something (also pronounced afazi)
afa feza (n) thanksgiving
afa ofuza (n) production
afazu (n) utensils, container (also afajo)
afi (v) burst eg Mupira afi. = The tyre burst.
afimaniru (adj) selfish, self-centred
Afrika (n) Africa eg Wakabi ni aa Afrika-a. = Wakabi stays in Africa.
afu (v) compete, break something fragile; (n) pride; [fight]
afuru (v) proud eg Baganda ki afuru eyi ma suru si. = Baganda are proud of their culture.
aga (adv) beyond; [(v) pass] eg YESU le ma aga. = JESUS loves me beyond.
agara'ba (n) whiteman (also ogara'ba), sb with axe 
agata (n) passing, exceeding; [refusal to do sth when asked]
agati (n) chest
agaza (n) victory, triumph, success (also ndeza)
agba (v) hit, split rocks
agaza (n) victory, triumph, success (also ndeza)
agbatara (n) debate, discussion eg Noel ni agbatara gba. = Noel is debating.
ageia (n) in sb or sth's proximity
ageini (n) the neighbouring area (also ageyini)
agele (n) penis (also rua agupini, anja)
ageyi te (v) take care, wait on, watch over sb or sth
ageyitema (n) watch, watchfulness, security (also ageyiteza)
agi (n) friend (also agyi, alipi) eg Abu Bakr ni andra Muhammad ma agi. = Abu Bakr was Muhammad's friend.
ago (n) male animal, husband, boyfriend; [pumpkin] (totem for Logiri)
agobi (n) pumpkin leaves eg Aparaka ma tibi agobi. = Carelessness feeds on pumpkin leaves. [Lugbara Proverb]
Agofe Jason Avutia
agofe (n) pillar, post, in charge, elected Leader of all the Lugbara Clans eg Jason Avutia ni Lugbara Kari ma Agofe okori. = Jason Avutia is Lugbara Kari's first Agofe.
agolirua (n) evening star
agopa (n) pumpkin stem
agrikeca (n) agriculture (also azi amvu ni, amvu 'yaza)
agu (n) person; [(v) bend (also avu)]
agu a'di 'dipi driwala ijizu (n) freedom fighter
agu aci osupi (n) electrician
agu angu onepi (n) tourist
agu azoru (n) patient
agu 'ba ni oni tu (n) famous person/ people, celebrity
agu e'bi okupi (n) fisherman
agu e'yo dapiri (n) moderator, presenter (also agu odapiri)
agu motoka onzupi (n) driver (also dere'ba, dereva)
agupi (n) male, husband, man; [men] eg Jonathan ni Anita ma agupi. = Jonathan is Anita's husband.
agupia (adv) married (for women)
agwara (n) dance by the Lugbara and Kebu
ai (n) salt; [(v) trap with rope or string, get caught, accept, welcome, respond, admit, affirm, pray; ask] (archaic a'i)
ais (n) ice (also yi ombapi, yi ombaza)
ais krim (n) ice cream eg Agu ais krim ozipiri ni mi te! = The ice cream seller is waiting for you!
aise (n) grass
aise geri (n) anus (also ezele, ojuu)
aisru (adj) frozen
aisu (n) sauce
aita (n) faith (sometimes aitaa though might mean sth else)
aitipa (n) sun-wivered salty leaves burnt to create salt 
aizu (v) beseech
Ajai (n) game reserve towards eastern Arua on Rhino Camp Road, used to be famous for the endangered white rhino
Ajara (n) suburb in Ayivu north of Manibe on Koboko Highway
aje (n) buying, cost, price; [traditional marriage, give away, kwanjula] eg Patience ma aje andru. = Patience's giveaway (kwanjula) is today.
aje koko (adj) free eg buku aje koko = free book
aje manyaka (n) small price (also o'boloko aje)
ajee (adv) yesterday
aji (n) taste, flavour, blessing (drileba), luck eg Harriet ni aji ru. = Harriet is blessed.
ajiko (n) pot for preparing millet flour; [tastelessness (also ajiyo)]
Ajikoro (n) place in Maracha
ajira (n) beans with skin removed and mixed with groundnut paste plus mundrokole greens (also loperete)
Ajira (n) marketplace in Tara
aju (n) spear; [(v) insult using obscene words]
Ajua (n) great grandfather of the seven true Tara parishes in Maracha named after his seven grandchildren through Opodria (whose mother was given to him in Onduparaka) then Naye. In Ovisoni during his quest to find the source of Enyau River, Ajua paid brideprice for another wife who gave birth to Otu, the father of Vurra after whom a clan and county are named in western Arua District eg Ajua ni a'bi mba Tara ni woro. = Ajua is the real ancestor for the whole of Tara.
aka (adv) deliberately
akaaka (adj) soft
akanya (n) ass
akaza (v) soft, weak, moulten
akpa (v) combine, add to, mix
akpaakpa (adv) combined, (n) mixture, combination
akpaku (n) chin
aku (n) home; [(v) cover, close usually from above]
aku ambo (n) city, headquarters eg Kristof mu aku ambo Kinshasa-a! = Kristof has gone to Kinshasa City.
akua (adv) at home eg Azi ma vutia, Boyka ni mvi akua. = After work, Boyka goes home.
akufi (n) yeast (also aku fi) eg Mukati 'ba ede akufi si. = Bread is made using yeast.
akuku (n) rainstorm
akumanikuye (n, informal) generosity
ala (adj) clean, neat, smart, good, fine; [(n) paste from groundnuts or simsim; (v) put across] (also odi)
alaka (n) kind of grass used to make fire to catch or collect white ants (also galaka)
alanda (n) bread made from small white ants (also amboroko)
alapapa (n) butterfly
alata (n) health
ale (n) love, liking; [stomach, belly, inside (also aleni)] eg A'duni nga ama awa ale MUNGU ni be ni? = What will separate us from the love of GOD?
ali (prep) far away; (v) pass by, cut [(n) adultery (also ali'baza), crime]
Aliba (n) village in Ayivu County
Alifa azini Omega (n) Alpha & Omega 
alifu (n) thousand
Alikua Pyramid (n) pyramid built in Maracha during the 1920s by Belgians 
alio (n) poverty eg Alio le ma nde. = Poverty wants to defeat me.
alipi (n) friend (also agoyi)
aliria (n) virgin
alitara (n) altar
alu (n) one, singular; [mole, grasscutter; (v) peep]
alu alu (adj) taste; [one by one]
alugbe (n) unhatched egg
aluma (n) curse
Alungaru (n) old woman in Lugbara mythology who helped Oli trace Kibira's spear
Alur (n) Luo tribe south of Lugbara
Aluru (n) Lugbara dialect in DR Congo
aluruga (n) south direction, because of proximity to Alur People (also baria)
Aluruti (n) Alur language
alutukubi (n) creeping greens
aluza (adj) tasty eg Rollex ni aluza. = Rollex chapati is tasty.
ama (pron) we; [(v) assess, judge]
amamu (n) pigeon
amba (adj) old
ambasada (n) ambassador
ambiambi (adj) cold eg Angu ambiambi Kigezi-a! = The place is cold in Kigezi!
Ambo 5 (n) the Big 5 eg Ambo 5 mi isu woro suru were ma-a ekile Uganda; eyi: ewa, odru, obirio, kami azini o'du! = All the Big 5 can be found in few countries like Uganda; they are: elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion and leopard!
amboo (adj) big (also amboru); (n) master, boss, supervisor, respected person; [stubborness (also drionzi, agadri)]
ambooru (adj) stubborn eg Alio ni ambooru! = Poverty is stubborn!
amboroko (n) flat grassless mass of soil, hard like an anthill
AMC (abbr) Arua Municipal Council
Amerika (n) America, United States eg Enok ni mu Amerika-a. = Enoch is going to America.
amuroo (n) bride, newly wed (also 'ba mini le jeri)
Amuru (n) district east of Pakwach, formerly part of Gulu
amuti (n) agency
Amuti Kaluluni (n) Electoral Commission eg Ghana ma Amuti Kaluluni - Ghana's Electoral Commission
amve (prep) out, outside, abroad, overseas
amvi (n) sister (also amvii) eg Candiru ni Letasi ma amvi. = Chandiru is Letasi's sister.
amvu (n) garden; [(v) embrace]
amvu 'yaza (n) farming, agriculture (also azi amvu ni, informal agrikeca)
ana (n) weed
ande (n) tiredness, fatigue
andesoma (n) reward (also orodri)
President of Uganda [1971-9]
andraa (adv) sometime ago eg Idi Amin ni andraa Uganda ma Prezident. = Idi Amin was sometime ago President of Uganda.
andrale (n) east direction (also etu ni efuria)
Andrale'ba (n) lowland people, a section of Lugbara, the Lugbara of the East, Easterners
andrapuru (n) aunt
andre (n) tongue (also edre), mother (also andree, andri)
andreli (n) dew
andreti (n) face (also mileti) eg Sally isu coki i-ma andreti-a. = Sally found chalk on her face.
andrii (n) mother; [(v) visit, supervise, check]
andrike (n) witchcraft (also acife, enata)
androndro (n) gossip
andru (adv) today; [(n) humour, abandoned home, deserted place]
Andruvu (n) suburb northeast of Arua City before Manibe and Ombaci
angara (n) flat, bony and salty fish found mainly in Pakwach from the Albert Nile eg Saa azia eca 'bo, anya enyasa angara si. = 12 o' clock has arrived already, we ate staple food with angara fish. [Nursery Rhyme]
angarawa (n) skinless cowpeas or beans, slightly fried or cooked and mixed with groundnut paste [Terego dialect] (also angaraba)
angiri (n) a lot
angu (n) place eg David ni angu we. = David is sweeping the place.
angu biza (n) darkness, night
angu dali (n) low place, valley eg Majid sa maaku angu dali-a. = Majid planted potatoes in a valley.
angu driza (n) heat
angu ezoza (n) development
angu ndriza (n) peace
angu nguru (n) plateau
angu nya (v) enjoy life
angu oneza (n) tourism (maybe also turismo) eg Wekesa ni angu oneza icu. = Wekesa promotes tourism.
angu patiru (n) forest (also oce, obibi)
Angundru (n) great grandfather of the Terego and Andrale'ba
angusara (n) dawn, daybreak
Angusara (n) ancestor in Baria Village, Ojapi Parish, Tara
anibo (n) refugee, foreigner, asylum seeker (also emunyale)
anya (n) millet, cereals
Anyafio (n) suburb in Arua City east of Osu River and near the Arua Golf Course, originally for white colonialists, "anya fi yo" means "no millet seeds"
anyafura (n) flour
anyajo (n) stomach, belly
anyamgbolo (n) corruption, enjoying alone (also anyambolo)
anyapa (n) animal, bride price
anyapa tambaza (n) animal rearing
Anyara (n) community known to be stupid (Wajinga in Swahili)
anyawio (n) Adam's apple
anyi (n) irony, sarcasm
anyoya (n) boiled maize seeds and beans plus fried onions for breakfast or a meal (also called mix, githeri in Kikuyu)
anyu (n) bee, honey; [simsim; (v) switch off] eg 'Ba azi alupi anyu le ni yo! = There is noone as sweet as honey! [Lugbara Proverb]
anyu oso (n) honey syrup (literally honey fats)
anzi (n) children
anzinyiri (n) small children
anzoroko (n) chain
apa (v) run away, escape eg Kunta Kinte apa. = Kunta Kinte escaped.
aparaka (n) carelessness, unseriousness, frivolousness
apata (n) loins
api (v) get satisfied; [(n) white ants collected in the middle of the night around 11pm to midnight (also inia)]
apife (n) role model
apinaka (n) hedgehog
apipi (n) boil (also opipia)
apiza (n) satisfaction
Apurutandi (n) Protestant (also Purukati)
ara (n) python, cover
Arabiti (n) Arabic language
arakala (n) branch eg Crane Bank ma arakala Arua ri andraa Arua Public Primary School mupira pari ma drile-a. = Crane Bank's branch in Arua was sometime back infront of the Arua Public Primary School football field.
aramu (n) fraud (also aramu nyaza)
arau (n) monkey
arci (n) arch
are (v) stuck in the throat, choke
ari (n) blood; [drum; (v) scramble, hurry] eg YESU ma ari ni ama pa ni. = The blood of JESUS saves us.
ari adaza (n) bloodshed
ari coza (n) drumming
ari obiza (n) blood test
ari'bo (n) enemy eg Sitani ni ama ari'bo. = Satan is our enemy.
aria (n) bird eg Aria driori ni obu alari nyani. = The early bird eats the good worm. [Lugbara Proverb]
aria anya (n) rice (also mucele)
arika (n) dysentry
arikari (adj) delicious
Aringa (n) Lugbara clan and dialect, area northeast of Maracha
Ariwara (n) trading town in northeastern DR Congo, means "the blood dried" in Lugbara
aro (n) eight [medicine]
aro azo ogapi (n) vaccine
aro jo (n) drug house, drugshop, pharmacy, health centre, hospital
aroni (n) female (said of animals)
Arseno (n) Arsenal Football Club eg Arseno nde Ulaya ma Cup Winners Cup eli 1970 si. Arsenal won the European Cup Winners Cup in 1970.
aru (n) prison (also aru jo), prisoner, sprain eg Nelson Mandela aa aru-a eli 27. = Nelson Mandela stayed in prison for 27 years.
Arua City
Arua (n) town in northwestern Uganda, second Busiest Airfield in the Republic, 13 km east of the DR Congo borderline, established on 14th June 1914, one of the Best Small Cities in Africa during 2015, ancient Capital of West Nile Province, Business and humanitarian hub for neighbouring countries (Congo/ Sudan and Central African Republic), Idi Amin's hometown, means "in prison", was named after a hill where Belgian colonialists imprisoned people directly southwards from Arua Avenue
Arua Hill (n) hill that inspired the name Arua [because of the Belgian colonial prison (Aru in Lugbara) that used to be on it] found directly southwards from Arua Avenue; city division, subcounty in Arua District - others include Adumi, Ajia, Arivu, Aroi, Dadamu, Logiri, Manibe, Offaka, Ogoko, Okollo, Oli River, Oluko, Pajulu, Rhino Camp, Rigbo, Uleppi and Vurra
Arua Lugbara (n) most used Lugbara dialect (also High Lugbara, Lugbarati, Lubarati, Logbara)
ARUDIFA (abbr) Arua District Farmers Association
arumadri (n) policewoman eg Jenny ni arumadri. = Jenny is a policewoman.
arusu (n) bride (also amuroo, mugole)
Asa (n) river in the valley north of Muni University, at the end of Barifa Forest
ase (n) eel, grass, bush
asi (n) heart; [end; tear]
asi omiza (n) counselling
asi'baza (n) hope
asi'duza (n) forgetting
asianzu (n) peace, mercy
asiliza (n) stomach pain
asindriza (n) mercy
asionzi (n) malice (also malaja) eg Asionzi adreni muke ku. = Malice is not good.
asiotiza (n) worry
asisile (n) reason, purpose, interest, company mission
asiteza (n) patience, tolerance, endurance
asiza (n) ending eg Asiza eca ra! = The End has arrived.
askari (n) soldier eg Buga ni askari UPDF-a. = Buga is a soldier in the UPDF.
asoso (n) gifts (also feta, fetaa)
atalau (n) reverend, clergy (also atalo)
Atamva (n) Mister, Mr., used to address a man you do not know
Ataza (n) Miss, Ms. eg Ataza Kawino = Miss Kawino
ati (v) support, cure, heal
ati'ba (n) supporter
ati'boo (n) servant
atiati (adj) drunk
atii (n) father
atri (v) stop, block
atu (v) kick; [squat]
atuluku (n) fireplace
au (n) chicken
auaroni (n) hen (also auandri)
auata (n) cock (also auago) (totem for Adjumani Madi Clan)
augbe (n) chicken egg
ava (n) breath, fondness, interest eg Mi ava fu ma! = Your interest killed me/ I missed you!
ava efi (n) manure, fertiliser
avata (n) avatar
avi (v) get lost; [play] eg Mva avi Odramacako-a Krismas si. = A child got lost in Odramacako during Christmas.
avita (n) play, drama, game
avivi (n) flavour, odour, stench
avizaru (adj) lost
avu (n) deadbody; (v) bend; [drown]
awa (v) quarrel; [divide, share]
awa'difo (n) thanks, thank you
awi (n) heritage; [(v) remain] eg McAllister ma mva asizuri awi akua a'dule. = McAllister's last child stayed home alone.
Awindiri (n) suburb on Nebbi Highway south of Arua City immediately after Sambya
awoko (n) anger
awoko fefe (adj) offensive
awu (n) cry, pity, sorrow; [(v) peel off skin, burn outer part quickly] eg Lazaro ka andraa e'yo eri ra fo, ta 'di we 'do, awu azi ta 'do yo. = If Lazarus had sometime ago listened to advice, then, there wouldn't be any cry here.
awuzi (n) widow
awuzio (n) widower
aya (n) copper coins, money payment, iron, metal, wire; [shake, tremble, frighten]
ayi (n) wet season
Ayi (n) river in Maracha
ayia (n) mother; [wilderness; west direction, because it was believed that the west was a wilderness with few people and unknown things (also etu ni deria, orule)] eg Ayia ma ndu yo! = There is no other mother! [Lugbara Proverb]
ayiko (n) happiness eg Ayiko ni ma fu! = Happiness is killing me/ I'm happy!
Ayiko (n) male given name (also Aiko, rarely Aiiko, direct opposite of C[h]andi)
ayikoru (adj) happy eg Ocokoru ni ayikoru! = Ocokoru is happy!
Ayikoru (n) female given name (direct opposite of C[h]andiru)
ayiru (adj) jocular
Ayivu (n) Lugbara clan, land in which Arua Town sits, county next to the Municipality in Arua District
ayota (n) rule, regulation, policy, terms, conditions (also azita) eg Ayota azini azita ma so pa eyi ma pari-a! = Rules and regulations should stand in their place!/ Terms and conditions apply! [fig.]
ayu (v) loosen, untie; [use; (n) yam (also gurunya, likinya)]
azakoma (n) help
azakoza (n) faeces, excrement, (rarely) help
azi (n) work; [(v) announce, say goodbye, woo] eg Gadfix Ruakoa ni azi nga UBC Radio-a saa aro etusi. = Gadfix Ruakoa works at UBC Radio at 2pm.
azi amvu ni (n) agriculture, farming (also amvu 'yaza, informal agrikeca)
azi carani sozuri (n) tailoring (also carani sota, carani soza)
Azi mi ava amboru si! (phr) I greet you with huge interest!/ (fig) You are most welcome!
azi'ba (n) worker(s), personnel
azia (adv) (n) six eg Agupi azia! = Six men! (shouldn't be confused with Agupi azi-a! = Men at work!)
azibe (adj) busy
azini (adj) another, (conj) and
aziri (adj) the other; [(n) seven]
azita (n) rule, regulation, policy (also ayota)
azitani (adj) legal
azo (n) pain, sickness
Azo ondrindria niri (n) AIDS (also Silimu)
azu (v) block

'B'b [sounds like gb] & Bb
'ba (n) human, people; [(v) put]
'ba 'ba papiri (n) saviour
'ba 'bani oni tu (n) celebrity 
'Ba 'bea (n) people of the northern mountains, a section of Lugbara
'ba azaza (n) lunatic
'ba aciza (n) wanderer
'Ba ayia (n) western people, a section of Lugbara
'ba e'yo liba (n) court
'ba e'yo ondripi (n) prophet
'ba imbale (n) disciples
'ba kabilo ocepi (n) shepherd
'ba kalulu 'bepi (n) voter (also agu kalulu 'bepi)
'ba kalulu 'beba (n) voters
'ba matiba (n) my parents
'ba mitiba (n) your parents
'ba mupira bipi (n) goalkeeper
'ba mva ma ta mbapi(ri) (n) guardian (plu. 'ba anzi ma ta mbaba)
'ba ode (n) youth (also yuthu, karile, ezoanzi)
'ba onduaru diyi (n) wise men from the East, magi, three kings from the Orient
'ba opele (n) chosen, elected people
'ba rua acobe (n) person with disability
'Ba YEHOVA ma E'yo eti nzepi (n) JEHOVAH's witness (plu. 'Ba YEHOVA ma E'yo eti nzepi 'diyi) 
'baako (n) loneliness, destitution
'bakalafe (n) population
'bako (n) without people
'bakoko (adj) lonely
'bata (n) placement
'be (n) mountain, hill, rock; [(v) throw]
'be wereari (n) hill
'be ambori (n) mountain
'bea (n) north direction, because the northern part of Lugbaraland is full of big hills
'bi (v) taste
'bi'bia (n) bat; [umbrella]
'bi'bio (n) star
'biko (n) feather, body hair
'bile (n) hole
'bo (adv) already eg Sakaru ma pa ja 'bo. = Sakaru's leg healed already.
'bu (n) sky, heavens eg YESU ni 'ba ji 'Bu-a ni. = JESUS is the One who takes people to Heaven.
ba (adj) OK, good, alright, fine; [(n) breast]
baasa (n) envelope
baba (n) father, paps
bada (adj) anyhow
bada bada (adv) randomly
badaka (adj) many, plenty, big
baka (n) rope
baka se (phr v) compete
baket (n) bucket
Bako
bako (n) basketball, B-Ball eg Stefan Curry ni bako avi. = Stephen Curry plays basketball.
bakule (n) bowl, satellite dish (also bakuli) eg Startimes ma bakule = Startimes satellite dish
balangiti (n) blanket (also blangiti)
balb (n) bulb eg Balb ni di aci si. = A bulb shines because of electricity.
balibali (adj, adv) aimlessly, confused, madly (also badaru, sakaru) eg Elijah aci balibali. = Elijah walked aimlessly.
bamia (n) okra
bangi (n) marijuana, prohibited weed that is smoked
banja (n) loan, debt (also deni, deno)
bari (adj) good, proper
basi (n) bus
baskili (n) bicycle (also gari)
bati (n) corrugated iron or metallic sheet
batri (n) battery eg Timoteo ni batri ozi. = Timothy is selling batteries.
batisimu (n) baptism (also ru biza)
be (prep) with
bendera (n) flag
beseni (n) basin (also bafu)
bi (n) ear; [(v) mud (eg a hut), hold, catch, arrest]
bi edu (n) ear lobe (also bi edo)
biabia (n) earrings, earphones
biasara (n) business
bibi (adj) dark; [(n) lollipop]
Biblia (n) Bible
biko (n) insect wings, fruit cover
bile (n) wound
bile ako (n) refusal to listen
Bileafe (n) subcounty in Terego where the agofe system was tried
bilekoko (n) deaf person
bilendu liza (n) warning
biringanya (n) eggplant
biskiti (n) biscuit (also biskit)
bizua (n) small basket container with handle for carrying bean and millet seedlings
boda (n) boda boda rider
bogoya (n) bananas eg Bogoya ni 'bo! = The bananas have ripened.
bokora (n) banana-like fruit but sometimes bigger eg Jeff ni bokora sa. = Jeff is planting bokora.
boks (n) box
bolo bara (n) type of wood
bonga (n) fist greeting, (v) make a fist to meet another person's fist
bongo (n) cloth
boroko (n) hut, temporary house
borondua (n) rebel (also adui)
briki (n) brick
briki 'be (v) lay bricks
brocua (n) brochure eg Asiimwe ni brocua ide. = Asiimwe is making a brochure.
bua (adj, adv, prep) up
Bua (n) male given name
budu budu (adj) foamy eg soap, gigantic
buku (n) book eg "Ezati pi Candiru Be Azini Agipi" ni buku 'bani Lugbarati imbazu eli alusi azini irisi. = "Ezati pi Candiru Be Azini Agipi" is a book used to teach Lugbara language in Year 1 and 2 (P1 and P2).
bunia (n) fist, boxing sport
burusu (n) tree beans
busu (n) cat (also bura) eg Busu ni au nyiri nya sa dria. = A cat eats little chicken all the time.

Cc [always pronounced "ch" as in church]
ca (v) reach
ca'bo (adj) enough
caca (adj) woven, plaited, knitted
cai (n) tea leaves
cali (n) person, lad
candi (n) suffering, trouble, sorrow, pity, danger
cano (n) channel eg GOtv ma cano daktari pini ci? = Does GOtv have a channel for doctors?
capirisi (adj) just enough
carani (n) sewing machine
ceni (pron, adj) by her/ himself/ itself, automatic (also isi)
cere (n) yell
Chaina (n) China eg Namuganza ni mu Chaina-a. = Namuganza is going to China.
ci (adj) present, there is; [(v) bite]
Cilio (n) village near Mt. Wati, Teeth Can Lost - Part 2
cinyaki (n) sand (also cinya)
cipini (n) chip in soccer (also chipini)
co (v) sneeze, fight, beat
coki (n) chalk
coko (n) bone (also falako)
coko coko (n) bottle crown (also cokolo)
Congo (n) zone in Mvara before Sudan Zone and opposite Zambia Zone, country west of Uganda and neighbouring Arua (also Kongo)
coni ku (phr v) cannot (also econi ku)
coroni (n) latrine (jo were)
coti (adv) at once, immediately
cua (n) weaverbird (also cuwa)
culu (n) mister
cupa (n) bottle
cupa ti (n) bottle lid
curu'do (adv) nowadays
cuu (n) market

'D'd & Dd [silent immediately before j]
'da (adv) there, that; [(v) abuse, insult, fast, lick]
'dale (adv) like that, like it; [that side]
'dani dani (adj) continuous
'de (v) die, fall
'dere (adv) exactly, on the dot eg etu 8 'dere = exactly 2pm
'di (adj) this; [(v) kill, rain]
'dia (adv) here
'dini (adv) like this, correct, true
'do (adv) here
'du (n) millet (also anya); [(v) immerse slightly, pick eg with tongue (also 'doo), belch]
da (v) pour, get away; [(n) smoking pipe] eg Arshad da Curry Powder tibi-a. = Arshad poured Curry Powder in the sauce.
dada (n) dadi, father, nickname given to Amin for his love of women
daka (n) chaff eg of beans, groundnuts, simsim
dakika (n) minute
daku (n) food Muslims eat before sunrise during Ramadan
dali (n) low
dani (adj) free, (adv) maybe, probably, perhaps
dani dani (adv) for ever
dania (n) coriander
de (v) finish; [get old]
debe (n) metallic container usually rectangular
dede (n) grandmother
dedekoa (n) very old woman eg Princess Bagaya ni dedekoa. = Princess Bagaya is a very old woman.
deni (n) debt (also deno, mari)
dere'ba (n) driver (also dereva, agu motoka onzupi)
derisa (n) window
desi (conj) when (also de) eg Irene Manjeri mu 'Bu-a desi eri eli 11. = Irene Manjeri went to Heaven when she was 11 years old.
di (conj) so; [(v) box, punch; bore; shine]
dika (adv) again
dini (n) religion
dinini (adj) religious
dinisa (n) window (also derisa)
dipo (n) depot
disko (n) disco eg Doreen ni mu disko tu. = Doreen is going to dance at the disco.
diza (n) light
do (v) keep quiet, be calm
dodo (n) amaranth greens (also doodo)
dogodogo (n) train, railway eg Wadri ni imu dogodogo si. = Wadri is coming by train.
dokta (n) doctor (also daktari, ojoo) eg Dokta House = Dr. House
dokumentari (n) documentary (also doku)
dori (n) hunting expedition
dra (adj) bitter; [(n) death, (v) die] eg Sitani ma dra ecekoko! = The Devil must die!
Drajini (n) subcounty in Yumbe District
dri (adj) hot, (v) warm, heat; [(n) head (also drifa); hand] eg Ma dri ni ga! = My head is paining!
driavi (n) forgetfulness
driada (n) right hand
driadria (n) gift hampers eg Adomati nde driadria. = Adomati won gift hampers.
driago (n) thumb
drianzi (n, plu of drimva) fingers
dribi (n) hair
Dribidu (n) hairy Lugbara hero ancestor who died on Mt. Wati. His other name was Banyale (Eater of men) because he enjoyed human liver and after being discovered was excommunicated from his earlier home in the East Bank of the Albert Nile
dribiforo (n) gray hair
dricepi (n) leader, commander in inter-clan or inter-tribe aggressions
dricere (n) mentor, guardian, the one who guides you to see and go far, headmaster
driceza (n) management, leadership (also dricezu)
drieji (n) left hand (also drileji)
drigaza (n) headache
drile (adv) ahead
Drile Agrikeca ma e'yo Onepi (n) Chief Agricultural Officer
Drile Suru ocepi (n) Head of State
drileba (n) luck, fortune, blessing
drileji (n) left hand
drileonzi (n) bad luck, misfortune
drimva (n) finger
drinza (n) shame, disgrace
drio (adv) early, long ago, sometime back
driondi (n) dirty hand, (fig. use) poison
drionzi (n) stubbornness
driwala (n) independence, freedom, liberty eg Uganda esu driwala eli 1962. = Uganda got independence in 1962.
dro (v) send away, chase
drozi (adv) the day after tomorrow
drusi (adv) tomorrow
du (v) grow eg grass, set on fire, (n) point eg 88.7 [Kali oromi drini oromi du aziri] Arua One, (sema yote)! = 88.7 [Eighty eight point seven] Arua One, (say it all)!
duani (n) court
Dubai (n) village south of Arua City in Ocoko Parish, Ajia Subcounty inspired by the Dubai in United Arab Emirates
dukani (n) shop (also duka) eg "Mambo Bado" ni Drabo ma dukani. = "Mambo Bado" is Drabo's shop.
duluka (n) "dance" in Nubian language,  a community and tourist attraction where music can even be played on banana stems and considered a Lugbara dance

Ee [shares many words with Ii]
e ka (conj) if, when eg E ka te ise osiza ma nga mi ti-a, mi te saa ezu tu! = If you wait for fried grasshoppers to fly into your mouth, then you wait a very long time!
E li ava asianzu-a! (phr) Rest in peace!, RIP!
e'bi (n) fish (also i'bi) eg E'bi ma dri ka edo ma 'bo, sobi ni nga vini ma ra. = When the head of a fish starts rotting, the tail will also rot. [Lugbara Proverb]
e'bu (n) hoe (also i'bu); [(v) overflow (said of sth cooking)]
e'da (n) picture, diagram, photograph, illustration (also i'da)
e'de (v) fall
e'do (v) start, begin, found eg Mira Nair e'do Maisha Filmlab Kampala-a. = Mira Nair founded Maisha Filmlab in Kampala.
e'du (v) pick (also i'du)
e'yo (n) word, saying, matter, sentence, clause
e'yo 'yoo (v) speak
e'yo alenia 'diyi (n) contents
e'yo bari (n) good news
e'yo drikulukulu (n) headlines
e'yo eceza (n) revelation
e'yo eriza (n) listening (also erita), news especially on broadcast media
e'yo laza (n) news (also e'yo eriza, o'duko) eg E'yo laza: Edison Adiribo kini 'ba ma du amvu ti ku. = News: Edison Adiribo said people must not set garden ends on fire.
e'yo li (v) judge
e'yo lipiri (n) judge (also agu e'yo lipiri)
e'yo liza (n) judgement
e'yo niza (n) knowledge
e'yo nzeza (n) spoken word
e'yo o'beza (n) proverb
e'yobuku (n) dictionary
eba (n) buck
ebe'de (n) tea without sugar (also ibe'de)
ebi (adj) fresh, raw, wet; [(v) gum, glue, paste]
ebibi (n) leaves, (also ebiko)
eca (v) arrive (also ica) eg Aci eca 'bo! = Electricity has come (already)!
ecandi (v) mistreat, molest, torture
ece (v) show, explain, demonstrate; [miss, (n) calabash (also erece, zukulu)]
eceta (n) missing; [vision] (also iceta)
ecetaru (pas. part) as an example
ecetasi (adv) for example
eci (v) deceive, delay; [join]
ecikici  (n) cloudy day (also ecici)
eco (adj) can, capable (also ico)
ede (v) clean, make; [belittle, make fun of]
edematararu (adj) contemptuous, pejorative
edezu (v) cleanse, purify, repair
edia (n) chief warden
ediafe (n) pillar, chairperson, leader of the organisation
edio (n) tree with many broad leaves and black seeds (also edo), inspiration for the place name "Ediofe"
Ediofe (n) suburb west of Arua City, location of Ediofe Cathedral
edre (v) straighten
edri (n) life; [(v) send, pass]
edrika (n) mushroom
edro (v) chase away
edroo (n) rat (also idroo, odroo) (totem for Terego Clan)
edu (adj) thick, heavy
ee (adv) yes
efeza (n) gift, present (also asoso)
efi (n) meaning; [(v) smear, apply cream]
efi kaza (n) yield
efifi (n) tablets, pieces
efu (v) come out, rise
ega (v) mend; [remember, think, resurrect]
egaa (n) drinking cup from a gourd-like plant called ireje
ega bere (n) calabash used for alcohol
egata (n) thought, company vision
egaraka (n) crab
egbe (n) sweet; [coldness]
egbere (n) white ants collected in the early morning (4:30-6:00am) for making obangulu 
egbuluku (n) hornbill
eii (n) owner
eja (n) firewood (also ija)
ejasi (n) tree stump
eji (v) bring (also iji), resemble
Ejipiti (n) Egypt (also Ejipto, Ejipito)
eju (n) twin (also iju); [(v) stretch)]
Ejua (n) name given to a twin (also Ejuru, Ejoa, Ejoru)
ejuta (n) raising, prolonging, stretching
eka (adj) red; [(n) sugarcane (also ekaka or ika), (v) help]
Ekarakafe (n) place in Vurra, where the Sultan Isara Memorial Library is located
ekele (n) cough (also okele)
ekile (adj) like
ekilizia (n) church, cathedral
eko stove (n) eco stove that uses volcanic rock for cooking instead of charcoal or firewood, takes two years for the rock to burn out
ekosan coroni (n) ecosan [ecological sanitation] latrine, envirolet 
eku (v) announce, make noise (also iku)
ekuta (n) praise, noise, announcement (also ekuza)
ele (adj) down
elekendre (n) chameleone
Elekitoro Komisoni (n) Electoral Commission
eli (n) lust; [knife, thigh, year, dry season, make fall, tickle] eg Werrason osi Moliambo-a Krismas si eli 1965. = Werrason was born in Moliambo on Christmas Day in the year 1965.
Eli o'di ayikoru! (phr) Happy new year!
elifura (n) dust (also erifura and furuku)
elio (n) fig tree
eliriga (n) millipede
emaa (n) owl (also imaa)
emba (n) moon, net; [teach (also imba)]
embapi (n) teacher (also imbapi)
embata (n) teaching, education (also imbata, onita)
embu (v) jump
emgbeleke (n) gorilla
emi (pron) you (plu); [(v) push towards]
emu (v) mix, come
emunyale (n) refugee
emve (adj) white, (n) ankle ring
emvu (n) orphan; [pot]
emvua (n) young orphan; [small pot]
ena (v) bewitch
enata (n) witchcraft (also acife)
endiria (n) duicker (also ovaa)
endra (n) meanness, selfishness
endrau (n) selfish person
endri (n) shade
endrilendri (n) shadow
endru (n) vice, assistant
endrundrua (n) leech
enga (v) originate, derive, emerge, come from; [germinate, rise] eg Edwin enga SMACK-a. = Edwin came from SMACK.
engazu (adv) since
engu (v) exalt, praise (also epi)
enya (n) food (also nyaka)
enyakinya (n) poison (also enyataa)
enyasa (n) staple bread from cassava, millet, sorghum or maize flour (also atap, kalo), mush
enyati (n) clan, zone, area of residence, constituency
Enyau (n) longest River Nile tributary in Arua flowing northwards from Vurra via Ediofe and pours into the Albert Nile after bending eastwards through northern Ayivu
enyi (n) skin; [(prep) near (also enyia)]
enza (n) laziness; [(v) trouble, mistreat]
enzamatara (n) mistreatment (also enzaza)
enzo (n) lie
enzo'ba (n) liar, deceiver
epi (v) exalt (also engu), praise, put on air, be proud
era (n) granary (also ero), stone; [flow]
era mva (n) peeble
eraka (n) red soil that gets caught on your foot when you step into a pond or edge of a river, mixed with oil or fat and smeared on the body to give a reddish look, used by Congolese too eg Mulato ni i-ma rua tri eraka si. = Mulato smears her body with eraka soil.
ere (v) top up, add, increase; scatter, spread
erece (n) calabash (also co'do, egagbere - Maracha dialect, okele - Madi dialect, okelea, zukulu)
erezaru (adj) scattered
eri (pron) he/ she/ it; [(v) hear, listen)
Eri ma orindi ma li ava asianzu dani dani ri ma-a! (phr) May his/ her soul rest in eternal peace!
eri-i (pron) him/ her
erio (n) aerial, antenna
eriti (n) clouds
ero (v) lift a heavy thing
erota (n) heavy lifting
Eru (n) river between Mt. Liru and Wati, drains into Enyau
ese (n) grasshopper; [(v) pull] (also ise)
esele (n) demarcation, border, difference, variant, variation, division in exam results eg Anzi 100 aga ki Esele 1 ma-a. = 100 children passed in Division 1.
esese (n) gum, glue
eskot (n) accompaniment for e'bede tea such as groundnuts, potatoes, cassava, etc eg Okiror ni eskot nya. = Okiror is eating escort.
esu (n) tendon, muscle; [(v) find, get (also isu)]
etata (n) run off, torrent
etatangule (n) tadpole
eti (n) buttocks; [tamarind]; (prep) bottom; Mount Eti (also Iti or Wati)
eti edo (v) invest, start up a business
eti edoza (n) start-up (investment), beginning
etia (prep) underneath
etiriko (n) snail
etirili (n) cricket (also etiringili)
eto (v) rescue
etoo (n) hare, rabbit (also otoo)
etota (n) redemption (also etoza)
etra (v) collect, gather
etru (v) come close; [untie]
Sunrise View from Arua Hill: No matter how dark the Night, the Sun will always rise again...
etu (n) sun, borossus tree (also itu, otu)
etu ambo (n) day of celebration, public holiday, Christmas
Etu ambo 'Ba ma kalafe (Wudrikuru-a) isuzu ri (n) World Population Day
etu ni deria (n) west (also ayia, woko etu ni deria)
etu ni efuria (n) east (also andrale, woko etu ni efuria)
etuka (n) sunshine 
etusi (adv) during the day
etusile (n) sunshine
euetere (n) breakfast (also obiti)
eve (v) burn (also ive)
eveza (adj) burnt
evu (n) basket made from sorghum stems or shoots and used for gathering harvests
evua (n) small basket plate
ewa (n) elephant; [difficulty, beer (also iwa), strength]
Ewanga (n) island-like extension on River Enyau which is a tributary of River Nile separated from Moyo by River Foligo, former parish under Rigbo Subcounty and part of Aringa in old maps but now a subcounty on its own, also claimed to be Madiland
Ewapa (n) Elephantiasis
ewaru (adj) difficult (also iwaru)
ewasi (n) elephant task, ivory
ewe (v) sweep (also iwe)
ewu (n) era, period, season (also mange)
Ewuata (n) suburb south of Arua City and west of Muni near Nebbi Highway
eyi (pron) they
eyio (n) crocodile
eza (n) meat; [sin (also ezata, izata), (v) spoil (also iza)]
ezata (n) act that destroys
eze (n) dung, faeces, waste
ezele (n) anus
ezi (v) open; [pray]
ezia (adj) thin
Ezia (n) Asia
ezo (n) girlfriend, fiancee; [warthog, wild pig (also ezoo)]
ezopi (n) daughters
ezu (adj) long, tall; [(v) multiply]
ezuta (n) multiplication (also ezutaa)

Ff
fa (v) cut, scrape
fakini (adj, adv) absolutely messed up
fala (n) bone (also falako or coko)
faleko ondriza (n) polio
Fama (n) FM, Frequency Modulation (also FaMa) eg Nile Fama = Nile FM
fara (n) fool, stupid person (also fala, yala)
farasi (n) horse
farisei (n) pharisee
fayilu (n) file, folder
fe (n) tree; [(v) give]
federesoni (n) federation eg FUFA (Federesoni Uganda ma Ongulumu dria Mupira ni) pe Muhammad Shaban Ijagason MVP eli 2016. = FUFA (Federation of Uganda Football Associations) voted Muhammad Shaban Ijagason as MVP in the year 2016.
federo (n) federal state, federalism
fene (n) jackfruit eg Mugisha ni fene li. = Mugisha is cutting jackfruit.
fesibuku (n) facebook eg Andeku ni fesibuku-a ci. = Andeku is available on facebook.
feta (n) gift, present (also feza)
fi (n) cold (also fita or fiza), intestine, offals; [(v) enter]
fifi (adj) cold
filimu (n) film (also sinema) eg Joel Okuyo Atiku Prynce avi Wycliffe-i filimu Battle of the Souls-a. = Joel Okuyo Atiku Prynce plays Wycliffe in the film Battle of the Souls.
filimu e'yo adaniri (n) documentary (also dokumentari, doku)
fita (n) entrance
flask (n) flask
fo (v) itch
fonje fonje (n) soft
formu (n) form, online application eg Fatuma ni ima formu ofi. = Fatuma is filling in her form.
foro (adj) gray (also foroforo or foroto); [tilapia]
foto (n) photo (also i'da)
fotokopi (n) photocopy eg Moses gba fotokopi Makutano Junction vu. = Moses made a photocopy near Makutano Junction.
Frenji (n) French (also Frenzi)
fu (n) flower, (v) go out; [fight, kill]
fulani (n) vest
fundi (n) builder eg Nyero ni fundi. = Nyero is a builder.
fungua (n) key
funo (n) groundnut(s) (also funyo)
funyu (n) bits, fragments (also funyu funyu)
fura (n) flour
futa (n) fight
furufuru (n) lung eg Furufuru si 'ba ava se. = Lungs are for breathing.
fuza (n) getting out

Gg [is silent before b]
ga (adj) full (also ga tre), (v) ache eg head, chop eg tree, cut, dig; [crawl, refuse] eg YESU ga mi ku! = JESUS does not reject you!
gaa (adj) small, little (also gakandia or gakanya)
gaagaa (n) crow
gala'ba (n) snake, cobra eg Gala'ba ni 'ba ci. = A snake bites people.
galu galu (adj) not compact eg Kaka 'di galu galu! = This maize is not compact.
garama (n) branch of a plant
gari (n) bicycle, vehicle; [rainbow] eg Richard ni i-ma gari ji ide. = Richard is taking his bicycle for repair.
gavuna (n) governor
gaze (n) traditional Lugbara dance
gazeti (n) newspaper (also waraga) eg Arthur ni New Vision gazeti la. = Arthur is reading New Vision newspaper.
gba (v) beat, hit, draw picture
gbanda (n) cassava (also olaa)
gbanza (n) debt (also deni)
gbe (n) egg eg augbe = chicken egg
gbee (n) fox that resembles a dog (also o'boloko), someone who steals village fowl and goats
gbeta (n) vomit (also gbeza)
gbi (v) shoot
gbita (n) shot (also gbiza)
gbolo (n) bed
Gboro (n) Lugbara ancestor in mythology who hunted water animals like hippopotamus, crocodile and fish. He was the father of Oli (Banyale), Olu, Kibira and Obaru
Gborogboro (n) superhuman Lugbara hero ancestor, first man created by ADROA and his name means "the person coming from the sky"
gborondu (n) unsocial
gbudri (n) shoulders
gbuluku (n) hornbill
geri (n) way, path (also gerika, geriko, giri, girika or giriko)
geria (adv) on the way
gerialu (n) oneway
gerika (n) road eg Idi Amin Gerika ni e'do Oil Well Odu Stesoni-a = Idi Amin Road starts at Oil Well Petrol Station.
geritia (adv) along the way, by the path
geto (n) ghetto
Ghana (n) Ghana
Giligili (n) suburb west of Arua City after Ediofe
Giriki (n) Greek
go (v) return
go'dogo'do (adj) crooked (also gonigoni)
gobolo (n) louse, lice
golo (n) football, goal eg Sizza Okhuti su golo. = Caesar Okhuti scored a goal.
gologota (n) place of burial, graveyard
goloko (n) bushy or grassy place
gombolola (n) subcounty (also jo ago), division eg Arua Hill Gombolola = Arua Hill Division
gonja (n) plantain (also makemba)
goro (n) type of drug eg Erik goro nya. = Eric consumes goro.
gorofa (n) storeyed building
gospo (n) gospel
grupu (n) group
gu (v) roll, turn over; [laugh] eg Maureen gu. = Maureen laughed.
guke (n) trumpet used by boys and men in most of their dance
gunyagunya (adj) much, said of greeting
guru (n) deep
guta (n) laughter

Hh
Halleluya (adj, n) Pentecostal, Saved, Born again group (also Cross) eg kanisa Halleluya ni = Pentecostal Church
hau (adj) quick, brief
hau hau (adj) rough
ho (adj) open (also hu)
horohoro (adj) light
hotel (n) hotel eg Desert Breeze ni hotel mini ico esu Arua Golf Course ma ageia. = Desert Breeze is a hotel you can find near the Arua Golf Course.
huruhuru (adj) satisfied, when something plastic is filled to the brim

Ii [shares many similar words with Ee]
i (prefix) you do this [(v) grind into powder; tie eg to a peg] eg i'du = you pick, ife = you give, imu = you go, itu = you kick, ivu = you blow
i-ka (prep) if (also e ka)
i'bi (n) fish (also e'bi)
i'da (n) photo eg Mayokia ni i'da gba. = Mayokia is shooting a photo.
i'da ku (adj) invisible
ibi (v) gum, glue, stick (also ebi); [been] eg Elvis ibi MUNGU ai. = Elvis has been praying to GOD.
ibio (n) spider (also ibioibio, inikiniki)
ibiokamanaka (n) spider web
ice (v) show off
icikici (n) cloudy day especially in rainy season
icikili (n) black ants that move in a group and can sting
icita (n) deceipt, joining, connection
ico (adj) can, capable (also eco); [(phr v) beat] eg Ico aco ku! = Do not wage a fight!
idi (n) porridge, Muslim feast at the end of Ramadan or Hijja Pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia
idria (n) razor blade
ifi (n) truth, reality, meaning, seed
ifi kokoru (adj) meaningless
ifu (n) white ants gathered in the late afternoon around 3-4pm (also ofu)
igbe (n) coldness
igo (v) return
ija (n) firewood eg Perry ni ija asi. = Perry is splitting firewood.
ije (n) rib
ijele (n) neighbour
iji (adj & adv) left; [(v) bring]
ijiribi (n) green vegetable (also ejiribi)
iju (n) lower hind part of leg, twins; [(v) stretch]
Ikafe (n) place in Yumbe, used as a refugee settlement area, about 60 kilometres from Arua, reminds you of a protruding rock written on the warning: "Teeth can lost, Te [But] be care ful, 2009" in all caps
iko (v) fetch liquid
ikpa (v) press
ile (adv) down, (adj) low, (n) change
ili (n) knife, trowel (also ilia though can mean small knife)
ilifiri (n) lust
ilo (v) touch
ilu (v) look, descend, make a hole through, tell
ima (pron) his/ her/ its (also i-ma, archaic 'ima)
imba 'ba (n) teachers, educators, instructors
imbata (n) teaching, education (also embata)
imbapi (n) teacher (also imbaapi) eg Lilliane ni imbapi. = Lilliane is a teacher.
imu (phr v) come; [mix] eg Mi imu mavu! = Come to me!
inda (v) search, google
indaneti (n) internet
indrika (n) shade (also endrika) eg Nola ri indrika-a. = Nola is sitted in the shade.
ini (adj) black, dark; [(n) night, darkness; (v) dirten, clean, erase]
inibiricici (adj) very dark (also inicici)
inikini (adj) darkish
inikiniki (n) spider (also ibio, ibioibio)
iniriko (n) skin, hide
inshuarensi (n) insurance
inve (n) white colour (also imve)
Inve (n) river on the Koboko Highway after Enyau River
invu (n) pot
inze (v) pull out, remove (also inje)
inzi (v) adore, glorify, respect; [squeeze] (pronounced inji)
inzita (n) respect eg Inzita ma so pa i-ma pari-a! = Let respect stand in its place/ All protocol observed! (fig) 
ipe (v) vote eg Ipe Abiriga! = Vote Abiriga!
ipi (n) chin (also tiso)
ireje (n) plant that grows like a gourd from which drinking cups are cut
iribi (n) pasture, green vegetable (also tibi ini)
irifia (n) wasp
irii (n) compound (also iriidri)
iriko (adj) damaged, 
iriti (n) clouds
iritro (adv, adj, pron) both
irizori (adj) the second one (also irizuri) eg Daniel Arap Moi ni andraa Kenya ma prezident irizori. = Daniel Arap Moi was Kenya's second president.
isekise (n) gum, glue
isi (v) move, climb down; [write, automatic]
islamuni (n) islamic eg Opi Fahd ni islamuni. = King Fahd is islamic.
iso (interj, v) pierce
isu (v) find, get, receive (also esu)
ite (v) prepare eg porridge
Itegbara (n) half-breed who is both Itesot and Lugbara, someone with parents from both Teso and Lugbaraland eg Eli ni Itegbara ni. = Eli is an Itegbara.
itini odaza (n) foundation (also itini o'beza)
itisi (n) coiled cloth or other material on which a pot is carried on the head
Itso (n) Lugbara clan in DR Congo [pronounced icho meaning able]
itu (n) coconut palm
ituku (n) minute
Ive ra! (phr) You got burnt/ Thanks for the food! (also Eve ra!) (fig) 
ivu (n) basket made from the covering of sorghum stalk; [(phr v) you blow]
ivua (n) food basket plate
iwa (n) beer eg Iwa mvuza onzi mi alata ni! = Drinking alcohol is bad for your health!
iya (interj, v) shake, sort
iyi (n) water (also yi)
iyitia (adv) ashore
iza (n) meat; [sin (also ezata, izata), (v) spoil (also eza)]
iza'ba (n) wrongdoer, sinner
izi (phr v) you open, you ask; [(v) pray] eg Izi Google! = Ask Google!
izia (adj) thin
izio (n) groom (also mugole); [in-laws]
izita (n) prayer
izu (v) increase
izuza (n) addition, multiplication (also ezuza)

Jj
ja (v) cure, heal, get lost, turn
Jaki (n) Lugbara shero ancestor with magical powers, also known as Jaki Lolo. She died on Mt. Liru
je (v) buy, purchase, marry, wed
jeba (n) pocket
jegejege (n) coins (metal money)
jeleko (n) horn, bugle, trumpet
jere (n) shrub
jeta (n) wedding, marriage, buying (also jeza)
ji (v) brush the teeth, sharpen blade; [take] eg Yikii ji ti Muni-a. = Yikii took cows to Muni.
Jiako (n) suburb near Arua Airfield
jo (n) house
jo ago (n) Local Council (LC) 3 Chairman, chief, subcounty (also gombolola) eg Aroi Jo ago = Aroi Subcounty
jo dri (n) roof eg Sabo ni jo dri gba. = Sabo is fixing the roof.
jo ejele (n) neighbour (also jirani)
jo were (n) latrine (also coroni)
jobileko eti (n) verandah
jokoni (n) kitchen
joloko (n) remainder eg joloko acepi = left overs
jomile (n) window
Jordani (n) river found somewhere between Mvara SS and Emmanuel Cathedral in Arua, River Jordan in Israel (also Yoridani), the name Jordan
joroti (n) parliament (also koloseni)
jorovu (n) nest
jotile (n) door
jua kali (n) manual work, manual labourer, hustler
judikeca (n) judicature eg duani judikeca ni = court of judicature
juru (n) foreigner, alien, stranger
jurua (n) bag

Kk [is silent before p]
ka (v) yield eg Kaka ni ka 'ba sikokori ni. = Maize yields for people without teeth/ Good things happen to people who least need them. [Lugbara Proverb]
kaati (n) door
kabalagala (n) pancake
kabilo (n) sheep
kabilo ago (n) ram
kabilo aroni (n) ewe
kabilomva (n) lamb, young sheep eg Daudi ni kabilomva oce. = David is rearing a lamb.
kadogo (n) young gun
kafiri (n) pagan
kafu (n) small hoe (also kafua)
kafuto (n) foam, lather
kai (adj) in vain
kaiko (n) beans [in Terego dialect] (also osu)
kaiko burusu (n) peas
Kairo (n) Cairo, capital city of Egypt
kajo (n) calf (also kajoa)
kaka (n) maize, relative eg Ali Kiba ni ma kaka. = Ali Kiba is my relative.
Mikaeli Jordani (irizo drieji), Bill Gates (dri ada asizu) [i-ma oku Melinda be: zizaru eri ma kala-a] azini 'ba ndundu kakau isu ki Medali Driwali ni White House-a Prezident Barack Obama (irizo driada) vu eli 2016

kakau (pron) many eg Mikaeli Jordani nyo rekodi kakau. = Michael Jordan broke many records.
Kakwa (n) Luo tribe north of Lugbara
Kakwati (n) Kakwa language
kala (n) side (also woko)
kala etu ni efuria (n) east side
kala etu ni deria (n) west side
kalaa (adv) aside; [(n) metallic basin]
kalafe (n) amount, number of
kalamanda (n) sandals, slippers
kalamu (n) pen, pencil
kalasi (prep) on the side
kalati (n) side (also woko)
kali (n) kraal; [stick]
kalikali (adj) sweet
kalitusi (n) eucalyptus
kalooli (n) marabou stork
kalulu (n) election
kame (n) spoon, ladle
kami (n) lion
KLA City
Kampala (n) Capital City of Uganda (also Kambala)
kamura odu (n) edible oil from the bark of a certain tree
kandi (n) football (also mupira)
kani (prep) if, otherwise, except, rather (also kanisi)
kanisa (n) church, cathedral eg Richard ni mu kanisa-a. = Richard is going to church.
kansa (n) cancer eg YESU eco kansa ati ra! = JESUS can heal cancer!
kansela (n) counsellor eg Inze e'yo kansela be! = Talk to the counsellor!
kapia (n) stork
kapteni (n) captain eg Patrick Vieira ni Arsenal ma Kapteni. = Patrick Vieira is Arsenal's Captain.
karakara (pron) many
karakara fe (n) white man
karani (n) secretary, clerk eg Kalibala ni karani. = Kalibala is a secretary.
karata (n) playing cards
karatasi (n) paper
karatasi biasara niri (n) licence (also kokobi tujara 'yezu)
karati (n) karate
kari (adj) young female animal (of a cow, goat etc), kingdom, tribal house eg Lugbara Kari = Lugbara Kingdom
karia (n) bicycle (also baskili, gari)
kariba Uganda ni (n) Ugandan citizen
karibu (interj, n) welcome (also Ma ai mi ra!)
karile (n) boy, male teenager eg Lionel Messi e'do mupira avi sende si erini ovuzu karile. = Lionel Messi started playing professional football when he was a teenager.
Karongo (n) trading centre in Tara Subcounty
karoti (n) carrot eg Pato ni karoti nya. = Pato is eating carrot.
karukaru (adj) crunchy like a carrot
Karuma (n) town near waterfalls and a bridge across the Victoria Nile as it flows from Lake Kyoga to Albert, location of a 600 MegaWatt dam and game park
kasese (n) colourless alcoholic drink with sharp burning sting in its taste and scent, named after Kasese in Western Uganda
kasino (n) casino
kasuku (n) parrot (also izi mi cicio)
kasunda (n) big saucepan
Katar (n) Qatar
katara (n) shoes (also nyila, viato)
katrikatri (adj) with straight edges
katro (adv) even if
Katolika (n) Catholic (also Katulika, Katuluka) eg 'Banduyo ni Katolika. = Banduyo is a Catholic.
"Free your Imagination from Incarceration..." - ARUA CARTOONS [since 2014]
katuni (n) cartoon eg Batman ni Katuni Ndripi Ndeni ri! = Batman is the Most Entertaining Cartoon!
kawa (n) coffee
kawunga (n) maize flour
Kaya (n) town in southern South Sudan
kebeji (n) cabbage (also kebbege)
keyikeyi (n) sieve
kelekele (n) movement esp. up and down
kelekele coo (v) move up and down
Kenya (n) zone in Mvara after Zambia Zone, country east of Uganda
kerijo (n) mother who has just given birth to a baby
keyikeyi (n) sieve
ki (pron) them, they; [(v) swallow]
Kibira (n) third and youngest son of Gboro in Lugbara mythology whose spear Oli took to attack an elephant that was destroying millet in the garden; brother to Oli, Olu and Obaru
kibo (n) basket
kijiko (n) spoon
Kijomoro (n) place less than half an hour by car north of Arua City
kikwasi (n) safety pin
kilijuku (n) dark green plant usually used to demarcate plot boundaries (also kalajuku)
kilili (adj) right (also kililiru) eg geri kililiru = the right way
kiliwiri (n) edible vegetable with serrated leaves and prickly stems
kilomgboro (n) very short and cold period
kimbelembele (n) gossip
kinoo (n) mortar
kinoo abe (n) pestle
kini (v) said eg Luka kini i-azoru. = Luke said he is sick.
kinikini (n) rumour
kirikiri (interj) please
Kisweli (n) Swahili
kitambala (n) handkerchief (also kitamba)
kitanda (n) bed (also gbolo)
kiteitei (n) frock, dress
kiti (n) seat, chair (also kome, ogunga)
kitio (n) spade
kitipara (n) locally crafted stool with spiral body and three wooden legs standing diagonally, other times flat body and four legs, probably made in Paraa hence "Seat of Paraa"
klab (n) club eg Mustafa mu klab-a Amin be. = Mustafa went to the club with Amin.
klasi (n) class (also klassi)
Klasiko (n) El Clasico, a classic battle, Der Klassiker (in Germany between Bayern Munich and Dortmund) eg Baselona ni mu Klasiko avi Real Madrid be drusi. = Barcelona is going to play El Clasico with Real Madrid tomorrow.
klinik (n) clinic
ko (v) sleep, hold, catch
kobi (n) four sided basket for winnowing through its open side
kobia (n) basket plate for eating
Koboko (n) Kakwa town and district north of Maracha, west of Aringa, also considered a Lugbara clan sometimes because Lugbara is taught in area schools, origin of Idi Amin's father eg Tutu mu Koboko-a. = Tutu has gone to Koboko.
kodra (n) papyrus mat (also kolo)
Kodro (n) the first rock formation in Tara anticlockwise from Mt. Liru, adjacent to other ranges named Gala, Kadri, Adrofiya and Njeke (or Njakai)
kofia (n) hat
kofulo (n) padlock (also kopolo)
koil (n) coil
kokaa (n) tickbird
koko (adj) firm, tight
kokobi (n) newspaper, book, letter (also waraga)
kokobi tujara 'yezu (n) trading licence (also karatasi biasara niri)
kokoa (n) something bad; [woodpecker]
kokosi (n) safety pin (also kukwasi)
kole (n) witch (also oleo)
kolikoli (n) wagtail (bird)
kolokolo (adj) loose, not firm
Kololo (n) village in Tara Subcounty (Maracha); [hill in Kampala City between Bukoto, Naguru, Nakawa, Kitante and Kamwokya - Independence Ceremonial Grounds]; trading centre in Amuru District
koloseni (n) parliament (also palament), council
kome (n) seat, chair (also kiti, ogunga)
Komendaku (n) trading centre in Tara Subcounty with a huge rock that can serve as a wonderful view of Mt. Liru, means "you do not have to look for a seat", this is probably Teeth Can Lost - Part 1
komputa (n) computer (also kompota, kompuuta, laptop) eg Afayo ni komputa ayu. = Afayo is using a computer.
kona (n) corner
kongolo (adj, n) hard 
kooa (n) white seasonal bird
kopo (n) cup
korikori (adj) black and white
Kost (n) trading centre in Ociba Parish on Mt. Wati Road at the T-Junction that connects to Hospital Road (also Ociba Kost, Coast)
kota (n) pyramidal food cover eg Nubian kota
koti (n) coat
kpekpereko (n) old papyrus mat
kpembere (adv) steadily, definitely
kpere (conj) upto, until
kperekpere (adv) straight away, at once, old papyrus mat
kpete (n) local beer (also kwete)
kpi (adj) straight, upright
kpua (n) gun (also osu, bunduki)
krab (n) crab, water animal with five legs on each side and large claws on the front two
Krab (n) area on Adumi Road after the Prisons and Lemerijoa Road Roundabout
Krismas (n) Christmas eg Eri bongo o'di je Krismas si. = He buys new clothes during Christmas.
Kristiani (n) Christian
ku (adv) no, (suffix) does not, (v) leave eg asiku = does not care
kubaku (n) sound made by a chicken like cock-a-doodle-doo
Kubaku (n) name of a fictional Ugandan supershero and means "loyal", "faithful" or "doesn't leave" 
Kubala (n) market near Tara
kubi (n) sauce pot
kukute (adj) thick
kulu (adv) big, main (also kulukulu); [grasshopper, locust] (totem for Maracha Clan)
kulukulu (n) turkey, gourd
Kuluva (n) suburb and parish south of Arua City, where Kuluva Hospital and Uganda Baati are located
kumra (n) plant oil (also kumura odu)
kumu (n) knee (also kumuti), stumbling block
kumu siza (n) kneeling
kuru (prep) round (also kurukuru)
kuruku chai (n) lemon grass
kuu (adj) famous

Ll
la (v) count, read, lay down (eg baby), lie down eg Jemimah ni buku la. = Jemimah is reading a book.
Emblem of Lado Enclave
Lado Enclave (n) territory at the Heart of Africa that belonged to the Congo Free State and later Belgian Congo from 1894 to 1910 on the West Bank of the Upper Nile in what is now South Sudan and northwest Uganda. In 1912, the southern half of Lado was ceded to Uganda, a British protectorate and became West Nile (also Lado Exclave)
la iku (adj, n) uncountable
lamu (n) tarmac
Landan (n) London eg Amaguru ni aa Landan-a. = Amaguru stays in London.
langda (n) leisure forum for drinking traditional beer
lanjura (n) single, unmarried man (also ojolo)
lata (n) reading, counting, laying down, lying down
Latini (n) Latin
Lazebu (n) place in Vurra
le (adj) like; [(n) milk (also lesu)]
Leforo gbanda (n) cassava-tasting tuber that germinates when a palmnut is planted in a sweet potato-growing type of mound, usually roasted or boiled (also itu ola, itu olaa)
leja leja (n) casual labour
lejo (n) index finger (also lejoa)
leleo (n) morning star
lesu (n) milk eg Mi owu lesu i-adapibori si ku! = Do not cry over spilt milk! [Lugbara Proverb]
"When you see two Lovers, throw Flowers..." - INDIAN PROVERB
leta (n) love, affection (also letaa, leza)
leta kokoru (adj) without love, cruel
leta si (adv) with love
letaru (adj) loving, affectionate
leuta (n) food cover
li (n) thigh; [(v) cut, mop, clean, judge; roll (eg ball), blow (said of wind)]
li ti (phr) interrupt sb talking (idiom), directly translated: cut mouth eg Fozy li ma ti. = Fozy interrupted my speech.
lico (n) home [in Aringa dialect]; kraal
ligaliga (n) gecko
ligi (n) league 
likico (n) orphan
likinya (n) yam (also girinya)
Lingala (n) Lingala
lira (n) type of tree
liri (adj) high, up
Liru (n) mountain immediately north of Maracha but in Koboko with Lurujo Road in between the districts
liza (n) cutting, slaughtering, judgement, mopping, cleaning, rolling
lo (v) harvest (cereals), slaughter
Lobule (n) village in Koboko near Tara
Lodonga (n) place in Yumbe where Lodonga Seminary is located
Logiri (n) subcounty in the Vurra County of Arua District, proposed site for transferring Barifa Forest to create land for a futuristic Nile Eco City
logo (n) bare-necked chicken
Loinya (n) place after Nyadri Town along Koboko Highway 
loki (n) semen, sperms
lokira (n) elbow
Lokiragodo (n) trading centre at the edge of Ayivu as you enter Maracha on Koboko Highway near a forest
lokiri (n) trick, bad manners
lolo (n) cock (in Ayivu)
loma (n) rib
loni (n) loan
lonyi nyakuari (n) mammon, money
loori (n) lorry (also lori)
loza (n) harvest
lu (adv) just, exactly; [(v) look, see (also ilu), make a hole through something] eg Arua lu aluzaru! = Arua is just sweet!
Lu (n) Lugbara dialect in DR Congo
ludo (n) ludo game, gambling using dice eg Karile ki ludo avi. = The youth are playing ludo.
lufe (n) mingling stick
Lugbara (n) northwest Ugandan tribe recognised in the National Constitution since Independence but occupied Central Africa long before colonialists arrived, among the Top 10 Most Populous Tribes in Uganda, eastern Congolese natives, also found in southern South Sudan, with similar names and words like West Africans; people whose common ancestry according to mythology is at Mt. Wati and occupy the plateau west of the White (Albert) Nile
Lugbara Kari (n) the House of Lugbara, administrative body of Lugbara headed by an elected clan-rotational agofe
Lugbara ti (n) Lugbara language eg Yikii ni filimu oja Lugbara ti si. = Yikii translates films into Lugbara language.
Lugbaraganda (n) half-breed who is both Lugbara and Muganda, someone with parents from both Lugbaraland and Buganda, colloquailly a Lugbara who prefers to be associated with Buganda and denies, rejects or loses interest in his/ her real tribe [pronounced Lubaraganda] eg Angubua ni Lugbaraganda ni. = Angubua is a Lugbaraganda. 
Lugbarazungu (n) half-breed with parents from both Lugbaraland and Europe or America, half Lugbara and half Caucasian [pronounced Lubarazungu] eg Benedetta ni Lugbarazungu ni. = Benedetta is a Lugbarazungu.
luku (n) basket for carrying babies. In Maracha, it has red leather straps attached and smeared with eraka
Luku (n) mountain east of Arua City, forms the Ugandan Lugbaraland in a circle with Wati, Liru and Arua Hill
LULA (abbr) Lugbara Literature Association
lulu (n) alarm
lulu ga (v) make an alarm
lumboo (n) white tuber like sweet potato that grows long, now extinct
luru (adj) narrow (also lurua); [(n) mist, fog], end blow trumpet made from a bottle shaped gourd
Luturujo (n) rock, hill in Tara, means "the house of/ on a hill"

Mm
ma (pron) me, (v) decay, rot
ma-i (pron) me
ma vutia (adv) onwards
maaku (n) potato eg Kristin ni maaku nya biko tro; eri ma ale ni su maaku si. = Christine is eating potatoes with the outer skin; her stomach aches because of potatoes.
madala (n) ladder, hash(tag) eg 'bi'bio 133 madala = *133#
Madi (n) language and tribe closely related to Lugbara
Madi Andraleru (n) Lower Madi, Moyo
Madi Okollo (n) Lugbara clan, town and area farther south from Arua City, Upper Madi Constituency (also Madi Oruleru)
madri ri (pron) mine (also mani)
mafaranga (n) francs, money used in Rwanda and France
magadi (n) used in place of salt and got from water like at Kibiro on the Northern shores of Lake Albert, got its name from Lake Magadi in Tanzania
maik (n) microphone (also maikrofon)
mairungi (n) small leaves of a shrub plant eaten by all ages for leisure, sometimes with chewing gum though discouraged
majani (n) tea leaves
majestri (n) magistrate
majini (n) jinn spirit
maka (n) charcoal eg Namanda ni ini maka le. = Namanda is black like charcoal.
makanika (n) mechanic
makasi (n) pair of scissors eg Diyo ni makasi ayu baka lizu. = Diyo is using scissors to cut a rope.
makroni (n) macaroni, spaghetti, Santa Lucia
maku (n) potato
malaika (n) angel
malaja (n) malice, bad heart (also asi onzi)
malakwang (n) type of greens
malaya (n) prostitute eg Malaya su mini. = The prostitute wore a mini-dress.
mali (n) wealth, money, gold eg mali nyakua = land wealth
mama (n) mother
mandili (n) napkin, handkerchief (also kitambala)
mangada (n) tangerine eg Aci dra 'bo, ama di mangada mbe-i. = Electricity has gone off already, so we are eating tangerines instead.
manya (n) monitor lizard, alligator
mara (n) glass, window (also derisa, dinisa), mirror, spectacles, goggles, sunglasses, shades
Maracha (n) Lugbara clan, area less than an hour ride north of Arua City, south of Koboko and Yumbe, west of Terego, represented by the initials MRC 
Marakana (n) Maracana Stadium found in Brazil, Biggest Football Venue on Earth with a capacity of over 100,000 spectators
marani (n) soldier, watchman (also askari)
mare (n) side blown trumpet made from a gourd and wooden tube blown through the hole in the gourd with the wooden tube pointing downward or under the left arm, smeared inside with bee wax
mari (n) debt (also deni, deno)
mario (n) mahogany
maru (n) big white mushrooms that grow near anthills
masete (n) panga (also saturu)
mashin (n) machine
maskiti (n) mosque
matenvu (n) drunkard
matu (n) misery, sadness, sorrow (also candi)
matunda (n) passion fruit
maua (n) flower
mavu (prep) to me, with me
mawa (n) flower eg E ka 'ba iri ne leta-a, i'be mawa ki! = When you see two lovers, throw flowers! [Indian Proverb]
Maye! (injerj) Oh my, I'm sorry!
mayuni (n) yam (also ayu, gurunya, likinya) eg Saleh ni mayuni nya. = Saleh is eating yam.
maza (adj) rotten, decayed
mba (adj) tough, hard (also mbazaru); [real, true (also adada); (n) month, moon; (v) lay ambush], toughen, harden, grow
mba o'du (n) day of the month eg Ma osi mba o'du 7 (aziri) Januari si! = I was born on 7th January!
mba'bu (n) guinea pig
mbasala (n) onion
mbata (n) duck
mbata asea ri (n) goose
mbaza (n) old person, elder(s)
mbe (v) lick
mbele (adj) quick
mbele mbele (adv) quickly
mbeta (n) ring
mbi (v) have sex, fuck
mbili (adj) sharp (like a needle)
Mbindru (n) natural crater near Banyale's grave with waters nearby that natives claim have never dried
mbo (adj) open (also mgbo)
mbu (v) jump
mbumbu (n) bomb
medali (n) medal eg Kiprotich isu medali Mbale-a. = Kiprotich received a medal in Mbale.
mee (n) bleat of a goat
Meksiko (n) Mexico
mele (n) gold eg John Akii Bua [1972] azini Dorcus Inzikuru [2005] ndeki Uganda ma mele oko nzuta ni. = John Akii Bua [1972] and Dorcus Inzikuru [2005] won Uganda's first athletics gold.
memba koloseni (n) member of parliament eg Benard Atiku ni Memba Koloseni Ayivu County niri. = Benard Atiku is the MP of Ayivu County.
Meme (n) superhuman Lugbara shero ancestor, first woman in Lugbara mythology who bore twins: a boy and girl, name means "the person who came alone"
menemene (adj) soft (also moimoi)
mengu (n) mango (also muyembe) eg Kabaka ni mengu mgbe. = The Kabaka is eating a mango.
menvu (n) bananas (also bogoya) 
mere mere (adj) obese (also abuza)
mesa (n) holy communion, table (also meja)
mgbemgbe (n) irish potatoes
mi (pron) you, yourself (also mi-i) eg A le mi ra! = I love you!
Mi ala? (greeting) You are fine?/ Are you fine?
mi ape ti (phr v) comment
mi edri (phr v) send
mi gba (phr v) save
Mi Iji Katro Ngungu! (n) Lugbara song supposedly sung by doves
mi le (phr v) like
mi nzi (phr v) open
mi opi (phr v) close
mile (n) eye (also mifi), eye opening eg Herbert ni mara su i-ma mile dri-a ci. = Herbert wears glasses over his eyes.
mile aci (n) curiosity
mile ako (n) blindness
mile ini (n) gloom
mile'bi (n) eyelashes
milefi (n) eyeball
milekoko (adj) blind
mileti (n) face
minati (n) minute (also dakika)
mindre (n) tears
mini (pron) yours
minista (n) minister
Minista Kari ni (n) Minister of State
ministry (n) ministry (also ministri)
Ministry Alata niri (n) Ministry of Health (also Ministry Alata vuleri)
Ministry Imbata azini Avita niri (n) Ministry of Education and Sports (also Ministry Imbata azini Avita vuleri)
miri (n) lake, big river
Miriadua (n) waterfalls in Maracha about 20 kilometres from Arua City
mita (n) meter eg mita 'yi lapi = water meter
mo (v) gobble
modem (n) modem
modomodo (adj) ripe, soft (also moimoi)
mokoto (n) sleeping sickness
molo (n) traditional chicken house
mosikiti (n) mosque (also maskiti)
motoka (n) car (mutuka)
motoka onzu (v) drive, run a car
Moyo (n) Madi town and district northeast of Arua, translated "heart" or "soul" in Swahili language
mu (v) go, hold closed in the palm eg Buruga mu Kololo-a. = Buruga went to Kololo.
Mucele
mucele (n) rice (also aria anya) eg West Nile Super Rice ni mucele kapi West Nile-a ni. = West Nile Super Rice is rice that grows in West Nile.
mucungua (n) orange (also ndima)
mude (n) darkness (also ini) eg Emaa ni angu ne muke mude-a! = An owl sees clearly in darkness!
mudri (n) ten
mufaliso (n) mattress (also mofilisi)
Muganda (n) sb from Buganda Kingdom
Mugandati (n) Luganda language
mukati (n) bread (also mugati)
muke (adj, interj) okay, alright
mukeka (n) mat eg Filipo la-i mukeka dria. = Philip lay down on a mat.
Mukiga (n) Mukiga (also Muciga) eg Muhimbise ni Mukiga. = Muhimbise is a Mukiga.
mukungu (n) county chief eg Manasseh ni mukungu. = Manasseh is a chief.
mulevi (n) drunkard
muli muli (adj) healthy
mulokoni (n) cooked cow hooves(also putuku)
mundrokole (n) leafy vegetable (also waarla without beans)
Mundu (n) English, European, Western, white person (also muzungu) eg John Middleton ni Mundu. = John Middleton is an Englishman.
Mundu ti (n) English language (also ogarabati)
Munduganda (n) half-breed of a European and Muganda, Lugbara who prefers speaking only English or a European tongue and Luganda
MUNGU (n) GOD [preferred Christian name instead of ADROA, borrowed from Swahili]
MUNGU ka lera (phr) if GOD wills, inshaALLAH
muni (n) type of chilli
Muni (n) suburb southeast of Arua City and east of Ewuata, location of Muni University, Muni TTC and PSO Centre
munimuni (adj) soft
munu (n) ringworm
munyumunyu (adj) taking quick, small bites like a rabbit
mupesa (n) button on cloth
mupira (n) football (also soka), ball, rubber, condom, tyre eg David O'bua avi mupira Hearts ni Scotland-a. = David Obua played football for Hearts in Scotland.
mupira pari (n) football field, pitch, stadium eg Arua Prisons ni avi Ministri Alataniri be Saferside mupira pari-a. = Arua Prisons is playing with Ministry of Health at Saferside Pitch.
murukulu (n) okra with groundnut paste
musalaba (n) cross
musara (n) payment, salary, earnings, wages
musipi (n) belt
musoro (n) tax, graduated tax eg Matayo ni musoro tra URA ni. = Matthew collects tax for URA.
muta (n) going (also muza)
mutere (n) sliced and sun-dried cassava or potatoes (also amukeke)
Mutuka
mutuka (n) motorcar (also motoka, mutukari) eg Mutuka Hamilton ni onzu ri Mercedes Benz. = The car Hamilton drives is a Mercedes Benz.
Muyindi (n) Indian
muze (n) old man, dad, granny
Muzungu (n) white person, European (also Mundu)
mva (adj) halfway, not full, half full, (n) baby, child (also mvamva)
mva ofuza (n) abortion
Mvara (n) suburb east of Arua City, location of Emmanuel Cathedral
mve (v) whiten
mvi (n) son (also agupiamva); [(v) return, go back] eg LeBron Yakobo mvi Cleveland Cavaliers-a. = LeBron James returned to Cleveland Cavaliers.
mvita (n) return
mvo (v) slash
mvu (v) drink eg Masiyiwa ni Pepsi mvu. = Masiyiwa is drinking Pepsi.
mvuzaru (adj, n) drinkable

Nn
na (n) three
nabi (n) prophet eg Nabi YESU = Prophet JESUS
Naijeria (n) Nigeria, Naija, 9ja eg Ojuelegba ni Naijeria-a. = Ojuelegba is in Nigeria.
naito (n) drum played at death dances in union with mare - a side blown trumpet whose gourd is smeared inside with bee wax
namba (n) number eg Mi ma namba alu! = You are my number one!
nanasi (n) pineapple
"The Flow of Knowledge..."
nasari (n) nursery, kindergarten eg Anzi avi Springs Nasari-a. = Children are playing at Springs Kindergarten.
nasi (n) nurse eg Angela ni nasi. = Angela is a nurse.
Natali (n) Nativity, Christmas (also etu ambo, Krismas)
nda (v) search, look for, find
ndaandaa (n) type of ray with long mouth and bad smell
ndaza ru (adj, n) becoming rare
Thierry
nde (def. art) the; [(v) win, defeat; deny sb sth] eg Arsenal nde Manchester United 1-0. = Arsenal defeated Manchester United 1-0.
nde nde (n) palm tree leaves
ndege (n) aeroplane
ndege pari (n) airfield, airport
ndere (n) quiver used by Lugbara for traditional dance
ndeza (n) win
ndi (v) pinch; [still, quiet] eg Enyati 'di ndi! = This zone is quiet!
ndima (n) orange eg Rita ni ndima mvu. = Rita is drinking orange juice.
ndima oka (n) bitter lemon
ndiria (n) small bush animal resembling goat
ndra (v) gaze at
ndraandraa (n) type of grass that cuts you when you come into contact with it
ndrazu (v) pour out water slowly to separate residue from the wanted content
ndri (adj) beautiful (also ndriza, ndrizaru), (n) beauty (also ndrita); [goat] eg Victoria ndri! = Victoria is beautiful!
ndro (v) gossip eg Red Pepper ni 'ba ndro. = Red Pepper gossips about people.
ndru (n) suck, kiss
ndu (adj) different, (n) buttocks
Ndu (n) former name of the Kebu who live mainly in Mahagi District of DR Congo, west of Alur, blacksmiths (also Okebu)
ndundu (adj) other
ne (v) see, watch eg Rashid ni BTN ne. = Rashid is watching BTN.
Nebbi (n) Alur town and district south of Arua
nga (conj) will, (v) rise, get up, fly eg Nga ki mu 'Be Wati-a. = They got up to go to Mt. Wati.
ngamia (n) camel (also ngamiyayi)
ngata (n) flight
ngenjia (n)  small silver fish
ngoa (prep) where
ngobo (adj) wound scab, peel off
ngonde (adj) ready
ngoni? (intej) how
ngu (v) hate, smell, fatten
nguari? (adv) when?, from where? (also a'dungare?)
nguku (n) back; [(phr v) does not smell]
ngulu (adj) together
ngurube (v) pig eg Ngurube ma eza alu alu. = Pig meat (pork) is tasty.
nguta (n) hatred
nguzaru (adj) smelly
ni (adv) the one who did sth (n) snake (also ori, uri); [(prep) for; (v) know, is] eg Taban si jo ni = Taban is the one who built the house.
Nio (n) Lugbara dialect in DR Congo (very similar to Ugandan Lugbara)
niza (adj) ripe, dark
njarunjaru (n) greens and beans
no (v) roar
noi (adj) slow, sluggish
noza (n) roaring
ntula (n) green berries
Nubi (adj, n) Nubian tribe
Nubiti (n) Kinubi, Nubian language
nukuta (n) letter
Nuu Ziland (n) New Zealand
nya (v) eat
nyadri (n) grave
Nyadri (n) subcounty and town considered most central in Maracha because of district administration buildings
nyafe (n) weapon, missile
Nyagak (n) place in Zombo District where there is a series of dams that supply power to West Nile
nyaka (n) foodstuff
nyaka 'da (v) fast
nyaka 'daza (n) fasting
nyaka a'diza (n) cuisine, cookery
nyaka itu-a (n) lunch (also yi ali)
nyaku (n) soil
nyaku 'ba (n)  national, native (also plu.)
Nyankole (n) Munyankole, sb from Ankole Kingdom
nyanya (n) tomato
nyaza (adj) edible, (n) eating
nyeke (n) chin
nyi (v) clean, mop, stick on sb
nyibiliko (n) injury
nyila (n) shoes (also katara, viato)
nyiri (adj) tiny, small
nyo (v) break
nyondo (n) hammer
nyororo (n) chain
nyoza (n) breaking
nyu (v) wither, wilt
nyure (n) cow vaseline mixed with plant oil and smeared on skin
nyuta (n) withering, wilting
nza (v) suffer
nzai (n) type of drug (also njai) eg 'Ba nzai se stress si.= People smoke njai because of stress.
nzata (n) suffering
nze (v) comb, sneak, subtract, talk, uproot
nzenze (n) grasshopper (also ise, kulu)
nzeta (n) combing, sneaking, subtracting, talking, uprooting
nzi (v) jeer, squeeze, strangle; [open]
nzila (n) road (also gerika)
nzinzi (adj) heavy (also anziza, nzizaru); [spotted; (n) jeer (also nziri)]
nzita (n) jeering, squeezing, strangling, opening, weight (also nziza)
nzo (v) slip, skid, slide; [unshell (eg beanskin)]
nzoko (n) tree that can grow on another
nzolanzola (adj) slippery (also nzonzo, nzozaru)
nzota (n) slipping, sliding, skidding, unshelling
nzu (n) kind of pumpkin; [(v) run dry, suck, run]
nzuku (n) gonorrhea, syphilis (also oya)
nzuta (n) running, athletics, sucking, drying (also nzuza)

Oo [shares some words with Uu]
o'ba (v) add
o'be (v) throw
o'belemvu (n) cheek (also o'bolo)
o'bi (n) crowd, family, public, people; [(v) imitate, mimic, try, taste, roast; winnow]
o'bini ku (adj) private
o'bita (n) trial
o'biti (adv) morning (also o'bitisi)
o'bo (n) boat (also oguru)
o'boko (n) cover, shell (also o'boroko)
o'bolo (n) cheek (also o'bole, o'belemvu)
o'boloko (n) fox, vixen, jackal, wild creature that steals domesticated animals (also obalako, obaliko, obaloo) (totem for Vurra Clan)
o'boloko aje (n) saod of a low price even a fox (animal) can afford
o'bu (n) season for white ants to fly out of anthills, worm
O'bu ondrindria niri (n) HIV
o'buka (n) baby strap, baby carrier
o'buruso (n) form, lather
o'da (v) abuse
o'data (n) abuse, insult
o'de (v) fall
o'di (adj) new; [(n) betrayal (also o'di nyaza), harp, guitar]
o'di nya (v) betray
FORGIVENESS: "A Leopard cannot change its Dots, but JESUS died to heal our Souls..."
o'du (n) day; [leopard (also odhu), garden dug and left for some time before using, thigh, vision, omen sent to an evildoer by the Divine Spirit]
o'du ambo (n) big day, public holiday
o'du koza (n) sleep
o'du ositani (n) birthday (also o'du 'bani mi osizu)
O'du ositani(ri) ayikoru! (phr) Happy birthday!
O'dua (n) name given to a triplet (also O'duru, Aseru)
o'duko (n) fairytale, story, noise, sound
o'duko 'ba jezuri (n) transfer news
o'duko eceza (n) announcement (also oyuta)
o'wi (v) dry
o'wiza (n) drying
o'yo (n) promise or oath not to do something
o'yu (n) horn
oa (v) stay, reside (also aa, archaic o'a, o-a)
oata (n) stay (also oaza)
obangulu (n) bread made from wingless white ants pounded and then cooked in banana leaves, hardened together (also ombangulu, bofolo)
Obaru (n) daughter of Gboro in Lugbara mythology; sister to Oli, Olu and Kibira
obau (n) hyena (also angbaka)
Obauji (n) hill adjacent to Mt. Wati
obe (v) entice, tempt, convince, induce, persuade
obeta (n) enticement, temptation, inducement, persuasion
obi (n) character, behaviour, custom, habit, (v) hold
obi onzi (adj) impolite
obibia (n) copying eg Obibia si, etoo jo ve ra. = Because of copying, the hare's house burnt. [Lugbara Proverb]
obirio (n) rhinoceros eg Obirio inve andraa lu Ajai Game Reserve-a wudrikuru-a woro. =  White rhinos used to be found only in Ajai Game Reserve on the whole earth.
obita (n) test
obiti (n) morning, breakfast (also euetere)
ocaoca (n) kind of sauce prepared with beans and paste (also ocakuca )
oce (n) dog (also ocoo), rainbow shaped tatoos
Ediofe Woods
ocee (n) forest (also angu patiru, goloko, jere[e], jereko, obibi, pati jumulani, pati tala), reserve, grove; [(v) rear eg animals] eg Ama aci ki ocee Barifa-a! = Let's take a walk in Barifa Forest!
ocepi (n) shepherd
oceta (n) rearing
oci (n) thorn; [(v) bite many times here and there, hide]
Ociba (n) suburb and parish near Arua City, north of Anyafio along Mt. Wati Road eg Ma Premier ne Ociba Coast-a. = I watch English Premiership in Ociba Coast.
ocita (n) hiding, keeping, secret, concealment (also ociza)
oco (n) length, height; [dog (also oce, ocoo, ocogo)]
ocoko (n) misery
ocu (v) interrogate
ocuruko (n) insult, abuse
oda (v) pour
ode (adj) young
odekele (n) baby (also odekua, odekule)
odhu (n) leopard (also o'du)
odi (v) box strike, depreciate
odidia  (n) newness
odo (v) handle carefully
odoloo (n) tree that bears long suspended fruits
odra (n) local beer that has stayed overnight, bamboo; [death]
Odramacako (n) border town on the Maracha - DR Congo border reachable from Arua City via Adumi Road
odre (n) urine
odri (n) mud, clay
odro (n) rat; [coach grass; (v) chase] (totem for Terego Clan)
odrokodro (n) a kind of nocturnal bird
onokono (n) praying mantis
odrota (n) chase
odru (n) buffalo eg Odru fu Anira ni te/ Odru fu Anera ni te! = A buffalo killed Anira (who thought he knew it all)/ Anera (who thought she had seen it all)/ Listen to advice! [Lugbara Proverbs]
odrua (n) small buffalo, motorcycle
odrukodru (n) toad, frog
odu (v) soak, wet; [(n) oil (also petroli), vaseline (also odu efizaru), lotion]
odukudu (n) cockroach
ofa (n) scrap, (v) scrape, remove or cut grass with a hoe, remove or cut hair
ofaza (n) removal
ofe (v) pay
ofenga (n) payment (also ofeta, ofeza)
ofi (v) enter
ofisa (n) officer
ofisi (n) office
ofo (n) tick (also oga)
ofu (n) kind of white ant (also ifu); [leprosy, (v) release, exchange, kill; become pale (clothes)] eg Ben Hur ma andri azini amvi esu ofu aru-a. = Ben Hur's mother and sister got leprosy in prison.
ofu ojo (n) herbs
Ofude Hills (n) mountain ranges near Mt. Wati, viewable from Kololo in Maracha
Ofunyaru (n) leper Madi woman in Lugbara mythology whom Banyale met on Mt. Wati and conceived Angundru with
ofuruso (n) lather, foam
ofusara (n) mist, fog
ofuta (n) ash
ofutaku (n) ingredient produced by burning dried bean pods, banana peelings, etc and mixing the ash with water before sieving to produce a brown liquid used to cook greens like osubi. It maintains their green chlorophyll colour
ofuta (n) release, exchange, killing (also ofuza)
ofutaru (adj) shy
oga (v) crawl, hatch, stop; [(n) tick]
ogara (n) axe
ogara'ba (n) English, Europeans, rulers
ogata (n) crawling, hatching, stopping (also ogaza)
ogayi (n) basket
ogba (v) beat eg with stick, draw
ogbe (v) vomit
ogbeta (n) vomiting (also obeza)
ogbi (v) shoot
ogbo (n) zero, nil
ogea (n) big basket used for harvests
ogogo (prep) near
ogu (n) waist, back of the body, theft; [liver, (v) laugh]; steal
ogua (adv) on the back, (n) seat, chair
ogulegu (n) small ant
ogunga (n) seat, chair (also kome, kiti)
ogbuluku (n) large black bird, type of safari ant
ogunga (n) throne
oguo (n) thief
oguoei (n) chairman eg Draga ni oguoei. = Draga is chairman.
oguru (n) boat (also o'bo)
oguta (n) laughter
oguza (adj) stolen, (n) theft
ohelu (n) crested crane (also ohalu)
ohorokoto (n) empty shell
oi (n) kind of fish, (v) dry; [hang, tether, tie eg a goat]
oiza (n) dry
oja (v) change, exchange, translate
Ojapi (n) village in Tara Subcounty
ojata (n) exchange, change (also ojaza), translation, shift
ojazaru (adj) (ex)changed
oje (v) bought more than one thing
ojeta (n) buying
ojeza (adj, n) buying
oji (n) cave, (v) take, deliver; [wash, bathe]
ojiata (n) baboon (also ojimata)
ojio (n) go between, one sent on errands, apostles eg YESU pe ojio mudri drini iri (12) ma ti. = JESUS sent 12 apostles.
ojita (n) bath, taking, steering, deliverance
ojizaru (adv) taken, delivered, washed, bathed
ojoo (n) heavy sauce made from beans and paste (also o'yoo); [medical practitioner (also dakitari, daktari), local medicineman or woman (also ojo)]
oju (n) twins (also eju)
oka  (adj) sour, (n) sourness; [blacksmith, (v) become brownish with dirt]
okalamgba (adj) brown eg Grace su viato okalamgba. = Grace wore brown shoes.
okalamvu (n) factory
okangali (adj) very bitter, sour
okaritua (n) very sour colourless alcohol brewed from cassava, drunk while sitted in the sun
okata (n) becoming brownish
okaza (n) brown, brownish (also okazaru)
Okebu (n) ethnic group that specialised in iron smelting
okelea (n) calabash
oki (v) swallow
oko (adv) first, ahead, leading; [(v) fetch eg water; finish]
Okokoro (n) trading centre in Maracha on Koboko Highway after River Imve
okpo (n) strength
okpoa (n) gizzard
okpojo (n) uterus
okpolo (adj) old fashioned
okporovu (n) pregnancy, pregnant person
okporu (adj) strong
oku (n) female, wife, woman; [hat, crown, (v) gather, collect] eg Pamela ni oku. = Pamela is a woman.
oku biza (n) wedding
okuku (n) tortoise
okuku nyazari (n) turtle (edible)
okuza (n) gathering, congregation (also okuta) eg Afeku mu Okuza-a. = Afeku went for the Gathering.
okuzaru (adv) collected, gathered
ola (n) root, (v) lie down
olaa (n) cassava (also gbanda)
olaa fura (n) cassava flour
olakula (n) restlessness, curiosity
olangi (n) bell
ole (adj) clean, bare, trick, deceive; [(n) witchcraft in the heart, indignation, moral anger, Parallax]
Oleba (n) subcounty in Maracha
oleo (n) witch
olezaru (adv) tricked
oli (n) air, wind, airtime; [(v) whistle, cut; roll] eg MTN ma oli = MTN airtime
Oli (n) cannibalistic ancestor also known as Banyale in Lugbara mythology, eldest son of Gboro, had supernatural powers and kingship privileges symbolised by a bead, brother to Olu, Kibira and Obaru. His first descendants were Madi Pawor. He killed children and ate their liver
oli vuu (v) whistle
oli vuza (n) whistling
olimangulu (n) sportsnews
olirika (n) wind [in Terego dialect] (also oliriko)
oliza (n) cut
olizaru (adv) cut
olokoto (n) lizard
olu (v) lower sth or sb, slope; [preach, report, reveal, fall off eg leaves] eg Fanuel Onzima olu e'yo ni. = Fanuel Onzima preached the message.
Olu (n) second son of Gboro in Lugbara mythology; brother to Oli, Kibira and Obaru
olufe (n) bridge; [mingling stick]
Oluffe (n) river on the Koboko Highway after Inve River
Oluko (n) suburb east of Arua City beyond Mvara
oluta (n) preaching (also oluza)
olupi (n) preacher, catechist
oluzaru (adj) sloppy, sloping
omba (n) anger; [(v) stiffen, toughen]
omba omba (n) edible rats enjoyed mainly in Terego eg Omba omba 'ba esu ngoa? = Where can people find edible rats?
Ombaci (n) suburb connected to Arua City by Rhino Camp Road (after the Airfield Stretch), location of St. Joseph's College for boys only, suburb where former Ugandan President Idi Amin set up the First Earth Satellite Station in East Africa [1976] before Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) removed the equipment 40 years later plus where Obote II soldiers massacred civilians in 1985
ombaru (adj) angry
Ombatini (n) place reachable eastwards from Ombaci via Rhino Camp Road
ombazaru (adj) stiff, tough
ombe (n) neck (also ombele, ombeleko), lick; [tie]
ombeza (adv) licking
ombezaru (adj, n) tied, licked
ombi (n) locust
ombizoku (n) large waterbody eg lake
Ombokolo (n) place in Koboko
ombu (v) jump, hop
ombulu (n) fake money, counterfeit, kiwani
ombuta (n) jump, hopping (also ombuza)
omgbo (n) size, volume
omogo (n) vagina (also rua okuni, oma, angunya)
omu (v) visitor; [(v) combine; festival] eg SK ni mu omu-a. = SK is going to the festival.
Omugo (n) subcounty in Maracha
omunyale (n) refugee (also emunyale) eg Omunyale engazu South Sudan-a apa ki Uganda-a. = Refugees from South Sudan fled to Uganda.
omve (v) call eg Prezident Museveni omve Luwero "NRM ma e'doza". = President Museveni called Luwero "the beginning of NRM".
omvele (n) called (also omvezaru)
omveta (n) calling (also omveza)
omvi (v) reply, return; [feel, touch (also amvu, omvu)] eg Trevor omvi zita. = Trevor answered the question.
omvita (n) answer, reply (also omviza)
omvizaru (n) returned, replied
omvu (n) nose, sneeze; [orphan; (v) pick up]
omvumvua (n) drinks 
ona (v) dodge, avoid
onda (v) look for, search for
ondakayi (n) red ants that reside mainly on mangoes
ondaza (n) looking for or searching
ondere (n) giraffe
ondi (n) dirt, sweat; [(v) pinch] eg Ayiko ni ondi ma mva. = Happiness is sweat's child. [Lugbara Proverb]
ondikokoru (adj) clean, without dirt
ondiru (adj) dirty
ondo (n) barren person or animal, barrenness, infertility, impotency
ondoa (n) cleverness, brightness
ondoru (adj) barren
ondre (n) evening; [(v) look, search (also one)]
ondre ta (n) evening meal
ondrealesi (adv) by evening (also ondresi), in the evening
ondreondre (n) white ants harvested immediately after dusk from 7:30-8:30pm (also andre)
ondreta (n) supervision, checking (ondreza)
ondrezaru (n) checked, supervised
ondri (v) become thin or slim, bewitch
ondringa (n) slimming (also ondrita, ondriza)
ondrita (adv) bewitching, slimming (also enata, acife) eg Pasta Tom ni ondrita agba Life TV-a. = Pastor Tom is hitting witchcraft on TV.
ondrizaru (adj) slim
ondroko (n) snore
ondroko soza (n) snoring (also ondroko seza)
ondu (n) sorghum; [(v) cheat]
Onduparaka Football Club
Onduparaka (n) suburb, town and village found less than a 10-minute ride directly north of Arua City along Adumi Road eg Greenlight Stadium ni Onduparaka-a. = Greenlight Stadium is in Onduparaka.
one (v) look
oneza (n) looking
onga (n) trap, (v) fly
ongo (n) song, music
ongo ngo (v) sing eg Fat A ni ongo ngo. = Fat A is singing a song.
ongo ngoza (n) singing
ongobi (n) gorilla
ongoni (adj) poetic
ongoro'bi (n) eyebrows
ongu (n) race, running (also ongu nzuta, ongu nzuza); [(v) dry]
ongulumu (n) group, association, multitude eg Sudhir Ruparelia ma ongulumu amboo. = Sudhir Ruparelia's group is big.
oni (n) stone, hill; [(v) learn] eg Oni Arua = Arua Hill
ono (v) complain (also onu)
onota (n) complaint (onoza)
onya (n) white ant, winged termites (also ona, una)
onyakunya (n) snacks
onyata (n) fraud, corruption, cheating (that does not involve adultery)
onyi (n) good, beauty (also ndrita) eg Idri ma onyi! = Life has beauty/ Life is good!
onyiru (adj) good eg Amina ni onyiru. = Amina is good.
onyofi (n) body nail
onyu (v) wither, crumple, crash eg Mutuka onyu-i. = The car was crashed.
onyukunyu (n) housefly
onyuonyu (adj) withered (onyuza, onyuzaru)
onyuta (n) withering
onze (v) bail, pluck, uproot
onzeta (n) bail (onzeza)
onzi (n) type of snake, bad; [(v) show happiness, open] eg LGBT+ Afu onzi! = LGBT+ Pride is bad!
onzikanya (n) very bad (also onzirikanya)
onzita (n) happiness, opening (also onziza)
onzivu (n) ugliness
Onzivu (n) suburb south of Arua City after Sambya and Awindiri; narrow street between Arua Avenue and Transport Road
onzivuru (adj) ugly
onzo (v) belittle; [cheat, smash]
onzokonzo (n) smooth
onzomatara (n) belittling
onzoroko (n) dirt, many
onzorokoru (adj) dirty
onzota (n) belittling, minimizing; [cheating, smashing (also onzoza)]
onzu (v) off load; [run]
onzuta (n) offloading eg from a bag; [running (also onzuza)]
opa (v) nail, rob eg Francis opa kiti. = Francis nailed the seat.
opalaku (n) smooth stone used instead of a hammer
opasi (n) nape, back of your neck
opazaru (v) nailed, robbed
ope (n) guinea fowl; [(v) select, choose]
opendu (n) segregation, nepotism
operea (n) swallow (bird)
opeta (n) choice, selection (also opeza), election, voting
opezaru (adv) selected, chosen
opi (n) chief, chieftainship, king; [wings; (v) peel, unshell, swell]
opi mva (n) prince (plu. opi anzi)
opi opi (adj) swollen
opipia (n) boil
opiza (n) swelling, act of unshelling eg Dokta Birungi nze opiza agu azoru ma pa-a Arua Hospital-a. = Doctor Birungi removed a swelling in a patient's leg at Arua Hospital.
opizaru (adj) swollen, peeled
oporovu (n) pregnancy
ora (v) leak; [think]
Ora (n) River Nile tributary flowing eastwards to the Albert Nile near Madi Okollo Town as you enter Arua District
Orani (v) rock formation and village in Tara Subcounty
orata (n) leakage, thought (also oraza)
ori (n) snake; [fear, seed; (v) settle at the bottom of a liquid]
ori zoza (n) crop growing, seed planting
ori'ba (n) family (also aku)
oria (n) half-breed usually with Asian descent eg Chenene ni oria. = Chenene is of Asian descent.
Oriental Province (n) region in northeastern DR Congo immediately west of Arua District
orindi (n) spirit, soul (also urindi)
Orindi Alari (n) Holy Spirit (also Urindi Alari)
oro (n) earth, universe, the world, upper part of thigh; [tiredness, (v) feel tired]
orobi (n) dream eg MUNGU eco e'yo nze orobi si. = GOD can speak through a dream.
orodri (n) profit, gain
orodriru (adj) profitable, gainful
oromi (n) nine eg Arsene Wenger nde kopo ku eli oromi engazu 2005. = Arsene Wenger did not win a cup for nine years since 2005.
oru (adv) up, high, (prep) above, (v) prepare (esp. porridge), wake up eg Gasi oru idi! = Gasi prepared porridge!
orukua (n) type of dodo greens
Orule'ba (n) highland people, a section of Lugbara
oruleru (adv) upper
oruta (n) waking up
osa (n) mixture, syrup; [(v) fly, mix, slap] eg Anyoya ma a, 'ba kaka osa osu be. = In anyoya, maize is mixed with beans.
osasaa (n) insect
ose (adj) fat, (v) fatten; [pull]
oseta (n) fattening
oseza (adj) fatness
osi (v) give birth, produce a baby; [roast; write] eg Neria osi mva ago. = Neria gave birth to a male child.
osisia (n) secretary, scribe (also osipiri)
osita (n) birth; [roasting, writing, registration (also ositaa)]
osiza (adj) roasted
osizaru (adj) roasted; [written]
oso (n) fat; [pole with sth sharp]
osolo (n) mucus-like substance that comes from chest while coughing, sputum
osoroko (n) old clothes
osu (n) bow, gun (also bunduki, usu); [peas, beans; (v) fix, pour, dress, marvel] eg Stephen ni aci osu. = Stephen is fixing the light.
Osu (n) river through the Arua Golf Course, suburb near Osu River behind Hospital Road and Rhino Camp Road
osu nyirikia bi (leaves of tiny beans)
osofi (n) protruding middle part of upper lip
osubi (n) bean leaf (also gobe)
osuta (n) miracle, marvel (also osuza)
osutaru (adj) marvelous, miraculous (also osuzaru) eg Onduparaka FC ma rukuza osutaru. = Onduparaka FC's popularity is marvelous.
ota (v) sympathise, show pity
otaka (n) pot with wide mouth
otakua (n) small pot used for boiling sauce
otala (n) go between in marriage, best man in wedding
otaria (n) cricket (also etirili, etiringili) eg Tindu nya otaria. = Tindu ate a cricket.
ote (v) wait
oteta (n) waiting for sb
otwenge (n) dance by the Lugbara and Kebu, literally means "elbow" and involves raising those joints
oti (v) arrange in order, pluck eg fruits from tree; [hang sb, tie eg animals; swallow]
Otitia (n) bare peak of Mt. Wati
otoko (n) anthill (also otoo)
otonoko (n) kind of bird with a very long neck
otoo (n) hare, rabbit (also etoo)
otra (v) fold, roll
otralaku (n) small anthill
Otravu (n) place in Maracha farther inside reachable westwards from Okokoro
otraza (n) rolled, folded
otrazaru (adj) folded, rolled
otre (v) shout
otrenga (n) shouting (also otreta, otreza)
otri (v) curse, rub, scrub
otrikutri (adj) dirty
otrita (n) scrubbing, rubbing
otriza (adj) cursed
otro (v) smear
otrota (n) smearing (also otroza)
otrozaru (n) smeared
otru (n) gum
otruta (n) movement (also otruza)
Otsho (n) Lugbara dialect in DR Congo (very similar to Ugandan Lugbara)
otu (n) navel, umbilicus, umbilical cord, sun (also etu, itu); [(v) correct, straighten, kick]
otunyu (n) white ants crushed and left to ferment for some time to be used as condiment in sauce, yesterday's white ants (also otunyo)
otunukua (n) scorpion eg Otunukua ni aa Sahara-a. = A scorpion stays in the Sahara.
otuo (n) brother-in-law eg Jaremy ni ma otuo. = Jaremy is my brother-in-law.
otuta (n) straightening, correction, kicking, raising, arrangement (also otuza)
otuzaru (adj) raised, straightened
ova (v) make a hole in the ground, excavate, uproot
ovakedo (n) avocado
overeko (n) remaining bits of food burnt in container
ovi (n) lightning, thunder, scratch
Ovisoni (n) town in Vurra, means "struck by lightning"
ovita (n) scratching (also oviza)
ovo (v) curse
ovu (n) kind of basket made from sorghum stalk; [laziness, idleness; (v) stay, keep quiet]
ovua (n) big basket for carrying seedlings
Ovujo (n) trading town in Maracha
ovuzu (v) stay, be, keep quiet
owi (n) dawn; [(v) spit, make sacrifice, peel, unshell]
owita (n) sacrifice, peeling, unshelling (also owiza)
owoko (n) anger (also awoko), direction
owokoru (adj) angry eg Max ni owokoru! = Max is angry!
owoko si (adv) angrily
owu (n) cry (also owuta); [(v) gather things]
oya (n) yaws; [salary, wages, payment, earnings; syphilis (also nzuku); (v) shake]
oyata (n) shaking (also oyaza)
oyakiya (n) earthquake, tremor
oyaliko (n) rag clothes
oye (pron) for nothing
oyi (v) slim, leave
oyita (n) slimming
oyiza (adj) thin (also oyizaru)
oyo (n) oath
oyokolo (n) whisper
oyoo (n) monkey
oyoro (n) rags
oyu (n) mole; [(v) announce] eg Elekitoro Komisoni ma amboo Engineer Badru Kiggundu oyu kalulu ma o'du. = Electoral Commission boss Engineer Badru Kiggundu announced the election date.
oyuta (n) announcement (also oyuza)
oza (v) sting, shout
ozezee (n) second hand clothes
oze (v) push down
ozi (v) sell, unshell open, hide; [(n) black and white insects that come out of anthills]
ozizaru (adv) for sale eg Nyaka ozizaru Oasis 24/7-a. = Food is for sale at Oasis 24/7.
ozo (n, v) roast
ozoforo (n) gray hair
ozoo (n) rain eg Ozoo ni idri! = Rain is life!
ozoo opi (n) king of the rain, most important figure in Lugbara politics, chief custodian of clan property
ozoza (adj) roasted
ozozaru (adj) roasted
ozu (n) reeds, elephant grass; [(v) multiply]
ozuta (n) multiplication (also ezuta)
ozuku (n) porcupine eg Ayia nduri ozuku fi ni! = A stepmother is [like] a porcupine's intestines/ Stepmothers are usually bitter! [Lugbara Proverb]

Pp
pa (n) leg; [(v) knock eg door, crucify, nail, rob, save] eg A'di pa Captain Alex-i ni? = Who saved Captain Alex?
pa ale (n) inside of the foot
pa so (v) stand for election
paago (n) big toe
paale (adv) times
paanzi (n) toes
padre (n) priest eg Joel Obetia ni padre. = Joel Obetia is a priest.
paedu (n) heel
paip (n) pipe eg Sunday ni paip su. = Sunday is fixing a pipe.
paipai (n) pawpaw (also payipayi)
pajama (n) pants
Pajama (n) village in Tara Subcounty
paka (prep) up to the end, until
pakasa (n) servant (also waka)
pala bi (n) jute leaf (totem for Ayivu Clan)
palaa (adv) at the footside of, under the mentorship of, under the guardianship or care of sb
palament (n) parliament (also koloseni) eg Palament Ugandani ri Kampala-a = The Ugandan Parliament sits in Kampala.
pali (n) pair of shorts
pamba (n) cotton
pamva (n) toe
pamvu (n) footmark, footprint, point
pandu (n) cassava leaves pounded and cooked as sauce (also banda bi)
panga (n) punishment
papa (adv) nailed; [(n) shoes, footwear (also jijima, nyila, viato); father (also baba), Pope] eg Papa Francis imu Uganda-a eli 2015. = Pope Francis came to Uganda in the year 2015.
paraka (n) stem eg ondu paraka = sorghum stem
parasetamo (n) paracetamol, Panadol
pari (n) mat made from papyrus, place
pari 'bani mi tizu (n) birthplace
pari mini efuzu (n) origin
pari pari (n) dullness, not active
pasi (adv) on foot, (n) flatiron
pasipoti (n) passport (also waraga acizuri)
pasta (n) pastor
pata (n) redemption, salvation (also paza)
pati (n) tree, substance for holding glass panes in window frame eg Dramani ni pati ga. = Dramani is cutting a tree.
pati efi osale (n) ingredients (also pati ifi osale)
pati ifi (n) plant seed eg Pati ifi i-deni re ku! = The seed of a tree doesn't fall very far/ A parent's behaviour can be reflected in his/ her children. [Lugbara Proverb]
patifu zopi asea (n) lillies of the field
patuza (n) standing
Pawor (n) subcounty in Lower Madi next to Wadelai, Alur name for a place in Arua
pe (v) select, choose
pensil (n) pencil
peta (n) selection, choice
petroli (n) petrol (also odu)
pi (adj) whole, [(conj) and, (v) twist, plait; swell, expand]
pie (adv) also, as well
pilawo (n) rice cooked with small chops of meat as a recipe (also pilau) eg Tom ni pilawo nya Dereva ma Kona-a. = Tom is eating pilau at Drivers' Corner.
pilili (adj, n) naked, undressed
pilipili (n) red pepper (also piripiri)
piri (adj) straight, erect, upright, straight forward, (pron) all, everything (also piripiri)
piri ku (adj) informal
pirini (n) without
piripiri (n) red pepper (also piza)
pita (n) swelling
plani (n) plan, strategy
po (v) hide, knock
polisi (n) policeman eg Feliks ni polisi. = Felix is a policeman.
prezident (n) president eg Donald Trump ni Amerika ma prezident. = Donald Trump is America's president.
puru (adj) quick, fast
putuku (n) cooked leg or hoof of a cow (also mulokoni)

Rr
ra (v) flow eg liquid, (adv, n) throughout the night, affirmative at the end of a sentence
radio (n) radio (also redio)
radio eri (v) listening to radio eg Ma Voice Of Life eri. = I'm listening to Voice Of Life.
ragbi (n) rugby eg Nuu Ziland All Blacks ndeki Springboks Ragbi-a. = New Zealand All Blacks beat Springboks in rugby.
Ragem (n) suburb south of Arua City
Ragem Beach (n) canopied rivershed with meanders on River Enyau about 3 kilometres south of Arua City, half a kilometre from CEFORD Arua eg Bob nya mukati towi azini i'bi iri Ragem Beach-a. = Bob ate five loaves of bread and two fish at Ragem Beach.
Ramadan (n) Muslim month-long period for fasting (within 29 or 30 days) after and before sighting a new moon-crescent eg Yahya Au ni nyaka 'da Ramadan si. = John Au fasts during Ramadan.
rangi (n) paint
rangi gbaza (n) painting
rata (n) flow, melting (also raza)
Rawule (n) Oli Banyale's uncle in Lugbara mythology who escorted him to Mt. Wati
re (adj) far away, (v) peel, peeled, rob, take away by force
rekodi (n) record
reluwe (n) train, railway
Rembe (n) one of the Greatest Prophets in Lugbara History who was taken by Whitemen to Yei [Sudan] for hanging in 1916 but Lugbara believe he never died and will return, rainmaker, emissary of divinity who claimed to perform miracles and heal illnesses. His footmarks were embedded on a bare rock between Mekki and Loinya in Yivu Subcounty, Maracha
reta (n) peeling, robbing (also reza)
Rhino Camp (n) town in eastern Arua near the Albert Nile eg Emmy mu Rhino Camp-a. = Emmy went to Rhino Camp.
ri (v) broadcast eg seeds; [sit] eg Beatrice ri pikipiki dria. = Beatrice sat on the motorcycle.
ribbon (n) ribbon eg Arua Pioneer Decorators gba ki ribbon arci rua. = Arua Pioneer Decorators put ribbons on the arch.
ribi (n) pasture
Rigbo (n) Oldest Subcounty formed in Lower Madi even before Rhino Camp
rita (n) broadcasting, sitting
ro (v) carry a heavy object, curse, miss
robi (n) hippo
robia (n) finance, income
Robu (n) place in Maracha after the forest next to Lokiragodo
roko (n) bare rock, vulture
rollex (n) fried eggs rolled inside a chapati and might contain tomatoes, onions, carrots, cabbages or any other additional ingredients
rota (n) carrying a heavy object, curse
ru (adj) abrupt; [(n) name eg Candiru, Inzikuru, Adiru; (v) catch, mate, respect]
ru biza (n) baptism
ru siza (n) name registration
rua (n) body
rua agupini (n) penis (also agele)
rua okuni (n) vagina (also omogo, angunya)
ruburubu (agj) sound of swallowing food (also nguringuri)
ruduku (n) forest (also oce, angu patiru, obibi)
rugbu (adv) abruptly, (n) noise made when something falls
rukuza (n) popularity
rumu (n) room eg Efe ni la rumu alu-a Spiff be. = Efe sleeps in the same room as Spiff.
ruta (n) mating, catching, respect (also ruza)
ruzali (n) rosary eg Mercy su ruzali ku. = Mercy does not wear a rosary.

Ss
sa (v) bury, clap, fly, plant, slap
saa (n) clock, watch, time (also sawa) eg Saa ongo avizu Arua TV-a. = Time for playing music on Arua TV.
saa azia (n) lunch, 12 o' clock (also yi ali)
saani (n) plate
saaru (n) so much
Sabato (n) Sabbath eg Sabato si = on Sabbath Day
Sabatu (n) Sunday (also Sabiti)
sabuni (n) soap
sadaka (n) banquet
saiso (n) sisal
saket (n) sacket eg Lady Nana mvu ni iwa saket-a ri ku. = Lady Nana does not drink alcohol in a sacket.
saku (n) calabash
Sambya (n) suburb south of Arua Golf Course Roundabout 
San Siro (n) video hall in Osu Village found less than half a kilometre on the right as you slope from Hospital Road to Osu River and named after the football home of Inter and AC Milan in the Italian Serie A
sarasara (adj) levelled
sase (n) polythene bag (also kavera) eg Sase ci? = Is there a polythene bag?
sata (n) burial, planting, slapping, flying (also saza)
sati (n) shirt
sati ma wu (n) shirt sleeve (also sati ma wi)
sayansi (n) science
se (v) breathe, pull, smoke (also see), (adj) elastic (also sese, pakadili)
sei (n) sword, dagger eg Dastan ma sei ci Prince of Persia (filimu)-a. = Dastan has a dagger in Prince of Persia (film).
sekondi (n) second
sekua (n) three sided gobea used for eating nuts or food
sende (n) money (also mali, lonyi nyakuari) eg Bill Gates nde sende si wudrikuru-a woro. = Bill Gates is the Richest Man on the whole earth.
sende simu si (n) mobile money
senge (n) leftover or remnant after sieving cassava flour
seniya (n) tray (also saniya)
seri (n) type of plant used for fencing
seta (n) breath (also ava), pulling, smoking (also seza)
setlait (n) satellite
si (conj) on, because of; [(n) tooth, hailstone; (suffix) with, (v) knock; peel, build] eg Huang Ming si "Solar City" China-a. = Huang Ming built Solar City in China.
si otru (n) gum
sigiri (n) charcoal stove
signo (n) signal
sikati (n) skirt
Silamu (n) Muslim
sile (n) missing teeth
sileru (adj) toothless
Silimu (n) AIDS (also Azo ondrindria niri) eg Philly Bongole Lutaaya dra Silimu si. = Philly Bongole Lutaaya died of AIDS.
silingi (n) shillings, cash money eg silingi 40,000 = 40,000 Shillings
simiti (n) cement eg Edmund je simiti Hardware World Ntinda-a. = Edmund bought cement at Hardware World Ntinda.
simu (n) phone
simu gba (v) ring, call eg Johny gba simu Yemi ni. = Johny phoned Yemi.
simu ofelekuri (n) toll free telephone line
sindani (n) syringe, needle (also libira)
sindani bongo sozuri (n) sewing needle
singiri (n) rigidity, refusal to change
siri (n) secret
siso (n) jaw
siti (n) city eg Miguna Miguna ni mu Nairobi Siti-a. = Miguna Miguna is going to Nairobi City.
smartfon (n) smartphone eg Alice ni Samsung smartfon ayu. = Alice uses a Samsung smartphone.
so (v) gather, collect, together, prick, pierce
so'bi (n) tail
soda (n) soda eg Ajua le Mirinda soda! = Ajua loves Mirinda soda!
Soka
soka (n) bedsheet (also suka), football (also mupira)
sokisi (n) socks
sokolo (n) thin line inside cassava tuber, sth to do with sitting
sola (n) solar
solusoni (n) ORS first aid dehydration solution for running stomach made by mixing half teaspoon of salt, one cup of water and two teaspoons of sugar
soro (n) board game
sowani (n) plate, satellite dish (also bakule)
spika (n) speaker
stesoni (n) station eg UNHCR ma stesoni azi Bidibidi-a. = UNHCR has another station in Bidibidi.
su (n) four, (v) put in, score, hurt, pain; [wear, put on, pour eg water, to have diarrhoea] eg Maria ma asi su. = Mary's heart pained.
Sudan (n) zone near Arua City, country north of Uganda
sukari (n) sugar eg Sukari 'di enga Lobe-a. = This sugar is from Lobe.
sukari azo (n) diabetes
sukulu (n) school eg Asizuru la sukulu Mvara SS-a. = Asizuru studied at Mvara SS.
sukuma wiki (n) spinach eg Popeye ni sukuma wiki nya okpo isuzu. = Popeye eats spinach to get power.
Sultan Isara (n) great Vurra chief
suluwayiwayi (n) small donuts usually less than 2 centimetres in length and width
suru (n) tribe, clan, nation, country, kingdom
suru ma kala andraleru (n) downcountry
suru ma kala oruleru (n) upcountry
sururu (n) mattock, pick axe, metal tool with two pointed ends (one sharper) for digging hard soil and attached to a long handle
suta (n) pain (also suza)

Tt
ta (v) endure; [(n) sound when sth is slapped or struck]
ta mba (v) take care, keep safe
ta sipikuri (n) unfamiliar
taba (n) tobacco, cigarette eg Gamete atri taba oziza. = Government has blocked tobacco selling.
taba see (n) smoking (also taba seza)
tai (n) pity, surprise, necktie
taikondo (n) taekondo eg Semujju ni taikondo avi. = Semujju plays taekondo.
tajiri (n) rich person
tala (n) lamp; [side, hurricane] eg Tala Katrina eza jo karakara New Orleans-a. = Hurricane Katrina destroyed several houses in New Orleans.
talakpa (adj) not tasty (also talapa)
tali (n) magic, marvel, miracle, seat of the ability of an individual to influence others
taliru (adj, adv) magical, marvelous, miraculous 
tandi (adj) true
Tanganyika (n) suburb near Arua City
tangawuzi (n) ginger
Tara (n) subcounty in Maracha comprising Ojapi, Ajulepi, Yidu, Oliapi (also Oliyepi), Aruwe and Rendu parishes
tasipiku (adj, adv) unbecoming
tata (adv) always, daily
taulo (n) towel, large intestine of a cow
tawn (n) town
te (adv) affirmative at the end of sentence; [(conj) but (also tedi), (v) gas, break wind; wait, collect white ants (fig)] eg MUNGU ni 'ba nyakua 'diyi lele turisi ERI fe mvi ERINI tile aluri, 'dini 'ba dria alu alu eri aipiri ma ja dri ku, te ma ovu idri 'dani 'dani ri be. - Yohana 3:16 = For GOD so loved the world that HE gave HIS only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him will not perish but have everlasting life. - John 3:16
tegula (n) tiles
teketeke (adv) completely
teknoloji (n) technology
tena (n) tennis eg Steffi Graf ni tena avi. = Steffi Graf is playing tennis.
Tere (n) great grandfather of Terego forced out of Bahr el Ghazal, moved to Nimule then Acholiland. Tere married an Acholi woman and got two sons: Gboro and Tifoli
Terego (n) Lugbara clan and area northeast of Arua City between Ayivu and Moyo
teri (n) load, luggage
Teso (n) tribe in eastern Uganda settled mainly in Soroti and Serere plus other areas, sb from Teso
teta (n) waiting, collecting white ants
ti (adj) in vain; [(n) cow; sound of dropping liquid; mouth (also tile), language; (v) dress smartly, thatch, sign; give birth, deliver]
ti aroni (n) cow, heifer
ti ago (n) bull
ti ape (phr v) comment
ti onzi (n) bad mouth, foul, vulgar language eg Nyanzi ayu ti onzi. = Nyanzi used vulgar language.
ti'bi (n) beard (also ti'biti'bi, tibitibi)
tibi (n) sauce
ticita (n) unity
tiicima (n) unity (also tiicita, ticita, ticima)
tiketi (n) ticket
tile (n) shutter
tilikpa (adj) tough, half boiled (meat)
tinzeta (n) speaking
tinzeza (n) spoken language
tisi (adv) orally, by mouth
tivi (n) television (also TaVa) eg Mi anyu tivi ku! = Don't switch off the television!
tiza (n) beef
to (v) fill liquid in container, accuse, report eg Alesi to ndima cupa ma-a. = Alesi poured orange juice in a bottle.
toci (n) torch eg eg Aburahamu je toci. = Abraham bought a torch.
toko (adv) zero, for nothing, for no reason
toro (n) beehive (also turu)
torozi (n) pair of trousers
tota (n) accusation, report (also toza)
towi (adj, n) five
tra (v) satisfy, gather
traa (n) robin (bird) (also traatraa)
tratra (n) collection (also traza), heap
trazaru (adj) satisfied
tre (adj) many, numerous, full; [(v) shout, rebuke]
tri (v) brush, rub, curse, smear
tro (adv) even though, even if, (v) become soft eg overcooked meat
trotro (adj) equal, the same eg Liverpool azini Everton de mupira trotro. = Liverpool and Everton ended the football game equal.
tru (v) forgive, remove (clothes), take off, untie, move
truta (n) forgiveness (also truza, pata) eg Oguo ai truta YESU vu musalaba sia. = The thief begged for forgiveness from JESUS on the cross.
tu (adj) much; [(v) climb, kick, dance] eg Cynthia ni ongo tu. = Cynthia is dancing.
tualu (adv) together eg Mukwano Industries Kampala ni azi nga Ozuu Brothers Arua be tualu. = Mukwano Industries Kampala works together with Ozuu Brothers Arua.
tujari (n) business (also biasara, tujara)
tujari ru (n) trademark (also tujara ru)
turismo (n) tourism (also angu oneza) eg Kemiyondo ni turismo icu. = Kemiyondo promotes tourism.
turu (n) beehive (also toro) eg Maneno ede turu. = Maneno made a beehive.
turu alu (adj, n) one hundred
tusu (n) saliva
tutua (n) motorcycle (also odrua, piki piki)
tutuni (adv) mainly, mostly
tuzu drile (adv) and above - said of ages (also muzu drile) eg eli 18 tuzu drile = 18 years and above

Uu [shares some words with Oo]
ubalako (n) fox (also obalako, oboloko)
Ulaya (n) Europe
uri (n) fear, cowardice, snake (also ori); [louse, sweat, rust; seeds for planting, seedlings]
urindi onzi (n) evil spirit, madness, lunacy, epilepsy (also orindi onzi)
uru (prep) high, up
uruleru (prep) upward, upper
urulesi (prep) up, standing
usu (n) gun, (v) dress (also osu)

Vv
va (v) guess, understand
vala (adj) vast, wide
vata (n) guessing, understanding
vata kokoru (adj) ignorant
vazaru (adj) understood
vaa (adv) down (also vaalesi)
vaale (adv) downward
vaaleru (adv, adj) downward
ve (v) burn
vele (prep) behind (also vile)
vi (n) tsetse fly, pus, scratch
viato (n) shoes (also wara, nyila, katara)
vicoru (adj) liked, lovable, enjoyable
vidio (n) video eg Godwin oja vidio. = Godwin changed the video.
vile (adv) backwards eg Ama mu drile, acani go vile ku. = We are moving ahead, we won't go backwards.
vini (conj) also
vino (n) wine, ink
vo (v) slash
vorovoro (adj) soft
vu (n) ground; [(prep) with him/ her/ it; (v) blow]
vule (adv) behind, backwards (also vile)
Vurra (n) Lugbara clan, town and area south west of Arua City, URA Customs border post eg Kevin mu Vurra-a. = Kevin has gone to Vurra.
vuti (n) buttocks, behind
vuti bi (v) follow
vutia (adv) behind
vutini (adj) the next, the one that follows
vutinia (adv) afterwards, later, after him or her
vutisi (adj) the next, the one that follows

'W'w & Ww
'wara (adj) big
'wi (v) dry
'wiza (adj) dry
wa (v) ripen
wa'di (n) relative, wife
wa'diko (adj) without relative
waa (v) prove
waka (n) servant, employee
wakoko (adj) weak, easy
wala (adj) wide, large, broad
walaka (n) basket plate for eating 
walala (adj) brown, light, lightskinned (also walalaru)
walaru (adj) wide, large, broad
Wandi (n) place in Terego reachable eastwards from Ombaci via Rhino Camp Road
wangi (n) season (also mange)
wara (n) shoes
waraga (n) certificate, newspaper, letter eg Mbabazi si waraga leta ni ima ago vu. = Mbabazi wrote a love letter to her boyfriend.
waraji (n) waragi, Ugandan liquor
wari (adj) round, circle eg Etu ni wari. = The sun is round.
wariru (adj) round, circular
wasi wasi (n) worry, care, alarm, concern, skepticism
Wati (n) highest point in West Nile, 1250 metres above sea level in Erea Parish, Aii-vu Subcounty, Terego (also Mt. Wati, Mt. Eti, Iti)
waya (n) wire
we (v) dust, clean off dust, sweep eg Emi we emi yofe si! = Sweep yourselves with a broom/ Come in large numbers! [Lugbara Idiom]
webusaiti (n) website eg Ezuma zi i-ma webusaiti. = Ezuma opened his webusaiti.
wetreko (n) mud (also orutreku)
wetrekoru (adj) muddy
weza (n) sweeping
wi (n) arm; [(v) peel off, skin; spit, yield (said of tubers eg Ayu wi saaru! = Yams yielded much!)]
wiki (n) week
wiri wiri (n) sling, whirlpool
wizi (n) thread eg Chi-Chi Gweno ni wizi ozi Ovujo-a. = Chi-Chi Gweno sells threads in Ovujo.
woko (n) direction, part, side (also kalati)
woro (pron) all (also woro woro)
woroworo (n) sound made while walking on dry grass, leaves, etc
woroto (n) dung or animal waste product
wu (n) arm (also wi); [(v) cry, remove]
wudrikuru (n) world, universe
wura (n) colour, art eg 'Di Lugbara wura! = This is Lugbara art!

'Y'y & Yy
'ya (v) dig eg Sina ni amvu 'ya. = Sina is digging the garden.
'ye (n) arrow; [(v) do] eg Magufuli ni ta a'du 'ye? = What would Magufuli do?
'yeke (adj) okay, all right, correct
'yeta (n) deed, action
'yetasi (adv) by deed, by action
'yezaru (adv) done
'yo (v) say, speak, talk, utter eg Olive 'yo ica muke. = Olive said she reached safely.
'yota (n) saying, speaking, talking, utterance
ya (v) sieve, sort, shake eg Oyakiya ya angu. = An earthquake shook the place.
yaa (v) tremble
yabi (n) spear grass (also yebi)
yakani (n) fetish
yakpakpa (n) panic, hurrying, rushing
yamari (n) banquet, feast (of wedding)
yata (n) shaking, sorting, separate, sieving (flour), trembling
yazaru (adv, n) separated, sorted, shaken
yebi (n) spear grass
yekeye (n) red safari ant (totem for Koboko Clan)
yekoko (pron) many, numerous, plenty (also yekokoru)
yere (n) bush buck
yereyere (adj) rough, scattered
Jerusalemu (n) Jerusalem
KING of Kings and LORD of Lords
YESU KRISTO (n) JESUS Christ (also YEZU) eg YESU ni Opi! = JESUS is King!
yi (n) water (also iyi); [(pron) they; (v) pour] eg Ma yi mvu. = I'm drinking water.
yi ali (n) lunch, lunchtime (also nyaka itu-a) eg Etu ni yi ali o'bi ri-a! = The sun is measuring the water depth (when it is directly overheard around lunchtime)!
yi ti (n) goal post
yi weza (n) swimming (also yisaza)
yia (n) referring to Buganda or KLA City, (prep) in water, to the well or river
yiara (n) river, running water (also miri)
yikii (n) pity, mercy
yilemvu (n) water pot
yiru (adj) watery
Yivu (n) subcounty in Maracha
yiyia (n) mosquito eg Yiyia ci ma. = A mosquito bit me.
yo (adv) not, (interj) no, (pron) nothing
yofe (n) broom
yu (v) warm oneself with fire or sunheat
yuku (n) kite eg Yuku ni nga. = A kite is flying.
yumula (n) week, Sunday (also yumala, wiki, sabiti, sabatu, yinga)
yuthu (n) youth (also 'ba ode)
yuu (adj) lukewarm, warm

Zz [is pronounced j after n]
za (n) meat (also eza, iza)
za kalanya (n) beef
Zaki (n) Lugbara dialect in DR Congo
Zambia (n) cell, village or zone in Mvara after Barifa Forest and before Kenya Zone, country down south separated from Uganda by Tanzania eg Mvara Primary School ni Zambia Zone-a. = Mvara Primary School is in Zambia Zone.
zamva (n) girl
zapi (n) niece (daughter) eg Judith Babirye Ayikoru ni eri ma zapi. = Judith Babirye Ayikoru is his niece.
ze (v) defecate, push; [faeces, shit, dung]
zele (n) anus (also aise geri)
Zeroks (v) Xerox
zi (n) daughter (also zii); [(v) hide, open; ask, greet] eg Suzy ni Nyagua ma zi. = Suzy is Nyagua's daughter.
ziri (adv) far
zita (n) question, greeting (also ziza)
zizaru (adv) hidden, questionable, open
zo (v) cross (a river), grow, milk
zomaazi (n) peer, colleague eg Debele ni e'yo nze ima zomaazi be. = Debele is talking to his colleague.
Zombo (n) Alur town and district south of Arua before Nebbi
zori (suffix) number after the first eg Sukulu nazori Muni Girls. = The third school is Muni Girls.
zota (n) growth, development, prosperity, length, milking (also zotaa, zoza)
zozo (adv) distant, far, long
zu (adv) whole day, morning to evening; [(phr v, suffix) for eg ayiko zu = enjoy (for happiness)]
Zukulu
zukulu (n) gourd, calabash (also erece) eg Mama Fina ni zukulu bi. = Mama Fina is holding a gourd.
zuru (adj) full to the brim
zuzu (adv) everyday, daily

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Colours in Lugbara
eka = red
orenj = orange
yelo = yellow
grin = green
blu = blue/ cyan
pink = pink/ magenta
papo = purple
ini (inikini) = black (darkish)
inibiricici (inicici) = very dark
imve = white
imve silili, whilili = very white, pure white
enisi-emvesi, korikori = black and white
horohoro, perepere, walalaru = light
foro(foro), foroto = gray, grayish
okaza, okazaru, okalamgba, wara wara (walala), okata, oka = brown (brown skinned), becoming brownish, become brownish with dirt

The verb "to be"
I am = Ma
He/ She/ It is = Eri
We are = Ama
They are = Eyi/ Yi
(Past tense for I and we is expressed by starting a sentence with a- before the verb [though pronounced differently] or ending for all with (ta and) ra = (then and) affirmative eg Amu (ta) ra! = I/ We went then! or 'bo = already eg Amu 'bo! = I/ We have gone already! Present tense for sb or sth is shown by following the subject with ni = is eg Uganda ni onyiru! = Uganda is good! Future tense is shown by nga = will eg Eri nga gu. = S/he will laugh.)

Pronunciation Guide [Lugbara Phonology]
The Lugbara alphabet has 28 letters minus ‘q’ and ‘x’ [Alamakanda in Aringa Dialect], which means 24 like in English and four unique ones namely: ‘b like in ‘bua, ‘d like in ‘dia, ‘w like in ‘wara and ‘y like in ‘yeta. Letters are pronounced as follows: Ah, Ba, Cha, Da, Eh, Fa, Ga, Ha, Ie, Ja, Ka, La, Ma, Na, Oh, Pa, Ra, Sa, Ta, Uw, Va, Wa, Ya, and Za. Lugbara phrases are spoken in several dialects (clan-wise) but the Muni Suburb (Ayivu) version, from which many of the explanations below are based, is the one approved for teaching in schools. It is also the main one used on UBC Radio, Voice Of Life, Arua One, Koboko FM, Nile FM, Radio Pacis plus BTN Television. The language has diphthong clusters and other noteworthy phonetics including the following:
a as in bat, for example onzuta-a
c as in church, for example Candiru (though can also be spelt Chandiru)
dj as in jilt, for example odji, the ‘d’ is silent
ee as in emblem, for example Andree
gb as in bend, for example gbe, the ‘g’ is silent. Gb in Lugbara is pronounced as Lubara. What stands out in Sudanic languages is the special manner in which 'b, c, 'd, dj, gb, kp, nz, 'w, 'y are pronounced.
i as in inn, for example di-i (also sometimes written as di'i) 
mv as in converse, for example omve
oa as in soar, for example ADROA
oo as in hold, for example ocoo, rarely oo as in food, for example ‘doo
u as in food, for example o'du
uu as in chew, for example cuu
z as in jean after n, for example onzi. Otherwise, most times remains z as in zebra, for example ozu and when the first letter of a word.

Numbers
0. toko/ obo
1. alu
2. iri/ eri
3. na
4. su
5. towi/ tawu
6. azia
7. aziri
8. aro
9. oromi
10. mudri (also modri)
11. mudri ni alu
12. mudri ni iri

20. kali iri
21. kali iri drini alu
22. kali iri drini iri

30. kali na
40. kali su
50. kali towi

100. turu alu
101. turu alu drini alu
102. turu alu drini iri

110. turu alu mudri
111. turu alu mudri drini alu
112. turu alu mudri drini iri

120. turu alu kali iri
121. turu alu kali iri drini alu
122. turu alu kali iri drini iri

200. turu iri
300. turu na
400. turu su

1,000. alifu alu
2,000. alifu iri
3,000. alifu na

1,000,000. milioni alu
 


Lugbara Relationships (The Clan)
Grandfather (a'bi)
Grandmother (dede, e'di, dii, dapi)
Grandmother's clan (a'bipi[ka])
Grandson, brother's son (mvia)
Granddaughter, brother's daughter (zia)
Parent[s] (ti pi[ka], 'ba matiba)
Father (ati, ata, atapi, baba, dadi, papa)
Mother (andri, andre, ayia, mama, mami)
Step-mother (andria, ayia ogu, andrapuru)
Husband (agupi, ago, culu)
Wife (oku)
Co-wife (oku pi, ai azi - because they can lend salt to each other)
Groom (izio, mugole)
Bride (amuroo, arusu, mugole)
Fiance ('ba lepi mi jepiri)
Fiancee ('ba mini le jeri)
Boyfriend (agiago)
Girlfriend (ezo)
Friend (agi, agyi, agoyi, alipi)
Family (ori'ba, aku)
Child (mva)
Children (anzi)
Son (agupiamva, mvi)
Daughter (zamva, zi)
Illegitimate child (ali mva)
Brother[s] (adri, adripi[ka])
Sister[s] (amvi, amvipi[ka])
Siblings (ti pika anzi azi)
Brotherliness (adrizi, arizi)
Uncle[s] (paternal - atapiru[ka], atapuru[ka], atipiru, ata ogu, adropi; maternal - adro, adroyi[ka])
Aunt[s] (paternal - awupi/ owupi, a'wi, a'wizi, waco; maternal - andrapi[ka], andrapuru, andripiru[ka])
Maternal uncle's wife (o'dii, o'da)
Cousin (atapurumva)
Cousin brother[s] (adrii, [atapuruka anzi])
Cousin sister[s] (amvii, [atapuruka ezopi/ ezoanzi])
Nephew[s], sister's son (adro mva [adro anzi])
Niece[s], sister's daughter (adro mva, ezapi, za, zapi [adro ezoanzi])
Father-in-law (anya)
Mother-in-law (idrii, edra, idra)
Brother-in-law (otuo, otii), to wife (onyizi)
Sister-in-law (onyere)
Relatives ('ba pi)
Kin and kith (ori'ba azini agi or agyi)
Neighbour (jo ejele, jirani)

Days of the Week
A day is called o'du in Lugbara; 1 week is wiki alu, yumala alu, yumula alu, sabatu alu, sabiti alu or yinga [Lingala for week] alu
1. Sunday (Sabatu, Sabiti)
2. Monday (O'du alu)
3. Tuesday (O'du iri)
4. Wednesday (O'du na)
5. Thursday (O'du su)
6. Friday (O'du towi)
7. Saturday (O'du azia, Sabato [Jewish Sabbath])

Calendar
The simplest way to refer to months or moons (mba in Lugbara) is to use numbers, for example January is Mba alu, February is Mba iri, May is Mba towi and so on. But below is the other latinized (and seasonal) way of mentioning them.
1. Januari (Oco 'dupa sere)
2. Feburili (Kulini)
3. Marici (Zengulu)
4. Aprili (Ayi – Wet season)
5. Mayi (Mayi)
6. Juni (Emveki)
7. Julayi (Irri)
8. Agoslo (Iripaku)
9. Sebitemba (Lokopere)
10. Okitoba (Abibi)
11. Novemba (Waa)
12. Desemba (Anyu fi kuma)

Marks for Simple Tones:
´ High tone (h.t.) e.g. ti /tí/ (cow)
- Mid tone (m.t) e.g. ti /tī/ (strangle)
` Low tone (l.t.) e.g. ti /tì/ (give birth)
Mid tone is the most common tone in Lugbarati!
Word Classes include:
1. Ru (Noun)
2. 'Yeta (Verb)
3. Wura (Adjective)
4. Obi (Adverb)
5. Usuta (Interjection)
6. Vutivutia (Postposition)
7. Ecipiri (Conjunction)
8. Ruparia (Pronoun)

Lugbara Phrasebook
How are you? = Ngoni?
OK (I'm fine)! = Muke (Ma muke)!
How is home? = Aku ngoni?
Home is good! = Aku onyiru!
What is your name? = Mi ru adi-i?
My name is Leila! = Ma ru Leila!
I'm a businesswoman. = Ma biasara azi nga.
I'm 40 years old! = Ma eli 40!
I'm Deno. = Ma Deno-i.
I'm a doctor at my clinic. = Ma daktari ni ma klinik-a.
I stay in Oluko. = Ma aa Oluko-a.
I'm Muslim! = Ma Silamu ni!
I'm a Christian! = Ma Kristiani ni!
I originate from Bunyoro. = Ma efu Bunyoro-a.
What do you sell? = Mi a'du ozi?
I sell food and pots. = Ma nyaka ozi azini imvu.
What time is it? = Saa si?
Exactly 4 O'clock! = Saa mudri (10) 'dere! [Time is told as the reverse number from the hour hand, so 1 O'clock is saa aziri (7); 2 O'clock is saa aro (8) and so forth]
4 O'clock! = Etu 10 [that is 4 during the day, before the sun sets]
Give me one! = Ife mani alu!
This one is beautiful! = 'Di ndri ra!
How much is it? = Aje ni si?
2,000 UgX! = Silingi alifu iri!
The price has reduced! = Aje 'ba isi ra!
Give me a good one! = Ife mani ala ni!
Where are you going? = Mi mu ngoa?
I'm going to Ediofe. = Ma mu Ediofe-a.
What do you like about Arua? = Afa mini apizu Arua si aduni?
Peace and friends! = Asianzu azini agi ki!
I want to go to Congo. = A le mu Congo-a.
I love my job! = A le ma azi ra!
GOD be with you! = MUNGU ma aa mi be!
I will see you again! = Ma nga mi ne dika!
Peace be still! = Ido mi ciri!

DREAMCAST: After Lugbara Translation Assignments from a number of People including foreign Missionaries plus non-Lugbara Ugandans like an Itesot named Sarah Ojirot (UDEWO) in 2011 when I bought my first Paperback Lugbara Dictionary, I asked a Google Executive from Germany who came to UG the following Year if Lugbara could be added to the advanced Google Translate Machine. He replied that he would forward my Concern to the relevant Office. I also posted a Request at Wikimedia for a Lugbara Wiktionary but there weren't enough Volunteer Editors as is the Requirement for the Project to hatch; a Lugbarapedia would be the eventual outcome. Tualu.org [West Nile Portal] announced that they were working on a Project of over 500 Lugbara Words but I could not find the draft PDF. Then a South Sudanese Acholi who is a huge Fan of my half Muganda, half Lugbara Tribesmate Jackie Chandiru plus other Artistes asked me to teach her Luganda so that she can understand the Lyrics in Ugandan Music; she speaks fluent Arabic but dislikes the upper Arabian Sudanese who tormented her People before Independence. On Saturday 26th November 2016 while checking out a Luganda Dictionary at Archive.org, an Idea suggested itself to me that I should just create my own comprehensive One Page electronic Lugbara Dictionary and I snapped by researching in Lugbara-related internet Articles, Bibles, Brochures, Newspapers, Magazines, Recordings, my 2009 Edition Lugbara to English Dictionary, exclusively English Dictionaries plus asked various People including my Parents and Facebook Friends: What took me so long? Unlike Paperback, one Page is just enough to search for Lugbara Words instantly; Examples are my own Imagination. Mind your Language! I was not born in West Nile but since Y2K, my Goal has been to promote Lugbara Culture and West Nile Tourism. I learnt the Vocabulary in my Mother Tongue by listening to People especially Family speak plus Music but started reading its Literature seriously late having missed it as a Pupil in Busoga and Buganda; I was playing Catch-up in black and white. This Dictionary is dedicated to so many People but first and foremost to the linguistic Cynthia Letasi who made me believe in the 2000s that Lugbara is a very beautiful Language that can be grasped at any Age. Are you on the Move? Discover the Vocabulary in your Neighbourhood about Accomodation, Education, Entertainment, Food, Events, Health Facilities, etc from Mvara to Vurra, Andruvu to Arivu and beyond [Suburb2suburb]! According to UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation), "Languages Matter [Translated to Lugbara: Ti yi ma e'yo okporu]"! I have always had this Feeling that Lugbara was one of the Languages with which GOD confused Humans at the Tower of Babel [Genesis 11:1-9] unless it was invented later, only GOD knows! The ISO 639-3 Language Code for Lugbara is lgg while the Glottocode is lugb1240. E ka te ise osiza ma nga mi ti-a, mi te saa izu! [Translated from Lugbara: If you wait for fried Grasshoppers to fly into your Mouth, then you wait a long Time!] The quick, brown fox jumps over the lazy dog! Keep reading...

[GODisgreat!]