lumbi

lum·bi

(lŭm'bī),
Plural of lumbus.
[L.]

lum·bi

(lŭm'bī)
Plural of lumbus.
[L.]
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Closer scrutiny reveals a tiny mouse hopping up and down excitedly and proclaiming, 'E mian ghoray swar lumbi choti barkhurdar, ek sandesa letay jana, kehna behna Chak Siri se, Khet Siri ne kaha bahna Rah Siri to mar gaee'.
Because, among these laws there are the nkondo mi Nzambi: interdictions from God; whose violation constitutes a sumu ku Nzambi, and an ordinary sanction against these sumu is lufwa lumbi, a bad death" (147)
Frente a la parte superior de este cerro, se destaca de noreste a sureste una serrania abrupta y escarpada, que recorre una extension de siete mil metros y que lleva por nombre Lumbi.
The description of someone who has not been able to expel his humors is extremely graphic and even funny: the "pain in the side," as the last annotation in Corbacho would say, is such that a man cannot even walk: "quando lumbi sunt pleni semine tunc temporis dolent et homo non potest ambulare, quousque evacuantur" (352).
Moore JB, Pawloski LR, Rodriguez C, Baghi H, Lumbi L, Zamora L.
El indio veia por primera vez un ser del color de la noche; Lumbi no habia visto nunca nadie semejante a ese querandi joven, esbelto como ella, de cara ancha, pomulos salientes y apretada cintura (36).
Inspired by their Argentian Jorge Lumbi, the Spaniards levelled, before Harry Jawanda popped up with a last-gasp 70th-minute winner.
The first-place score was awarded to a lot from Asociaci6n Aldea Global; the lot was made up of coffee from two separate small farmers--Eliseo Lumbi and Arturo Gonzalez.
OGT, which is led by the former minister of health Pierre Lumbi, claims to have carried out investigations for several months in Nairobi and Kampala.