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[HHL] noun umbilical cord
[LLL] noun thunder
[LL] noun cross the fingers
[HDH] quantitative other, another, more
[LLL] noun crocodile
[LHL] adjective whole, complete
[HHL] noun forest
[HHH] noun bee
[LLHH] noun a strong wind
[L] verb, intransitive be early, arrive early, do something early
[L] verb, transitive count, reckon, esteem
[HH] verb, transitive take, pick up, carry
[HL] noun a metail basin used for storing and carrying food and water(borrowed from English basin)
[H] verb, transitive spread out, lay flat, lay down (mats, tiles, carpet, cloth)
[L] verb, intransitive call, shout (at), scream (at), cry out
[H] verb, transitive tie, bind
[LL] verb, intransitive; verb, transitive sink
[LL.H] verb, transitive collect, gather, pull down tendrils or other vegetation from a tree or the side of a house; tap on the back to get a persons attention
[LH] verb, intransitive become quiet, calm, lonely (of a place, of wind or water)
[HH] verb, transitive test, examine, measure, weigh
[LLH] verb, intransitive become bitter
[L] verb, transitive weave, knit, spin
[LL] noun baldness, bald spot.
[LH] noun an uncircumcised man or woman.
[HHHL] noun nest.
[LHHH] noun big, huge.
[HH] noun a kind of tree bearing an edible nut, Coula edulis (Dalziel).
[HHH] verb, intransitive become stuck in, wedge in, fixed between; tv carry under the arm.
[H] verb, intransitive; verb, transitive become heaped up, piled up; tv heap up, pile up.
[H] verb, intransitive become good.
[LLLL] noun state of numbness or sleep in the limbs; state of being shrivelled from immersion in water.
[LHH] noun standing; height, stature, position; moment in time, time, time when.
[LHL] noun thigh; lap.
[LHL] noun reasoning power, common sense, intellect.
[LH] noun calabash (gen term), Lagenaria vulgaris (Dalziel); a calabash container; any small container to drink from; a standard measure (about a cup) for gari, rice, beans.
[LL] noun foot
[LH LH] adjective worthless; fruitless; in vain
[HH] noun urine.
[LH] noun a tiny fragrant leaf used to season soup.
[LH] noun parrot
[HF] noun walk, journey; gait
[HH] noun the area from the waist to the hips
[LLL] noun a leech; a kind of fish with long needle-like mouth
[HHH] verb, intransitive tie or wrap a cloth around ones own loins or waist
[LLH] verb, transitive gather up, take, pick up (pl. of ben [H] gather, take up, pick up)
[H] verb, transitive cost
[LLH, LL] verb, transitive become flat (of something that should swell or be rounded).
[HL] ideophone sound made by a flat object when it falls flat to the ground.
[H] verb, transitive talk rubbish; brag; talk lewdly, vulgarly
[HH] verb, transitive push a heavy object for a distance; shove away from a distance (as an insect with a long stick); wheel, roll, push something on wheels.
[LLH] verb, transitive become late; take a long time; continue in time
[L] verb, transitive cajole, entice, lure.
[LL] verb, transitive gather together with the hands something that is in grains or particles (gari, rice, sand); collect into a bulk or heap
[LH] verb, transitive change, become different, differ, vary
[HH] verb, transitive become contrary (es. to show off)
[HH] verb, transitive peel with hand or knife (as kola, ndiya, cassava); unlock; bleach.
[LL] verb, transitive crow, of a cock (plural form of kpọk)
[LL] ideophone sound of something very light falling on the ground
[H] verb, transitive catch sight of (see)
[LL] verb, intransitive grow (of people, animals, plants, hair) (pl. of kọt [L])
[LLHD] noun groundnut
[HHHH] noun kind of plant, where it is found the soil is fertile, its leaves contain an acidic liquid used for cleaning wounds and cleaning snails, its stem is chewed, bush cane, Costus after (Dalziel)
[L] verb, transitive swallow
[LH HDH] noun ring
mkpa nnʌkmkpa nnuk
[LH HD] noun ring
[LLHDH] noun a kind of small white mushroom
[HLLHL] noun armpit
[HLHL] noun armpit
[LLL] noun prison, jail, detention
[LHH] noun wheel (bare without a tire)
[L] verb, transitive blind
[LH] verb, transitive open the eyes wide (in surprise because something is in the eye, to scare someone)
[HHH] noun race, competition
[HHH] noun dirt; a sticky substance (esp. one a person finds on his clothes and doesn’t know where it came from)
[HHH] noun postherd
[HH] noun sand
[LL] conjunction where
[LL] noun children, young of animals
[LLLL] noun rust
[HH] verb, intransitive become agile, sprightly, lively, smart (in action or dress)
[HHL] noun starch (for laundry)
[HH] verb, intransitive walk in a slow, lazy, sloppy, or stealthy manner
[HH] verb, intransitive become quick, early, often; become sharp
[LL] ideophone describes a staggering walk
[HD] noun grandfather
[F] noun tea
[HH] verb, transitive to exclaim
[HH] verb, transitive tickle
[LH] noun birth mark
[LHLL] noun rice
[LHH] noun middle
[HF] noun slavery (var. ufʌn)
ukpʌp unenukpup unen
[LLHH] noun cloaca of a chicken, hindquarters of a chicken (?)
[LH] noun guest, visitor
[HH] noun sand on the shore
[LHH] noun needle
[LHH] adjective empty, wasted, devoid of purpose
[H] verb, intransitive move about, become restless, fidget
[H] verb, transitive attach, put together, fasten, lock, hang (from a point, or curtains, tie on so that it may hang)
[HHH] verb, transitive shake liquid in a bowl to distribute it evenly over the surface