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[HHH] noun hunger
[HF] noun oil
[LH] noun lizard
[LH] noun circle formation for a game or dance
[HHL] noun wife, female
[HHL] noun man, male
[HH] verb, intransitive become in need of, get into straits about (refer to a chronic or long term situation or deprivation); straiten, put into straits
[HHH] verb, transitive beg, beg for; plead with, ask for
[LLH] verb, transitive prepare, prepare for, get ready for
[LL] noun divulge secrets, inform, tattle, betray
[LLH] verb, intransitive; verb, transitive stop, cease, conclude,; tv bring to conclusion; decide
[H] verb, transitive make round, roundish(rather wet thing esp by putting eg clay, fufu)
[LH] verb, transitive play
[LH] verb, transitive imitate
[HHH] verb, transitive rev. of dian take away, separate two things that are stuck together, separate out from; change money
[HH] verb, intransitive become mischievous, wicked
[LLH] verb, intransitive become bitter
[LLL] verb, transitive pour, pour out, spill, pl. of duọk
[LLH] verb, intransitive spill
[HHH] verb, transitive to lose, throw away
[LHLL] noun rice.
[HF] noun pig.
[HH] noun tree trunk (the oart between the roots and the crown); a log left by the side of the river to wash clothes on.
[HHHL] noun sacred place where family heirlooms are kept; archive.
[HHH] noun kidney, heart.
[LHH] noun copulation.
[LL] noun rectum, piles (also used as a curse).
[HHHH] noun having few feathers or sparse hair.
[LF] noun message; fame.
[H] verb, transitive be sated, make overfull (from eating).
[HH] verb, transitive uncover, take off.
[HH] verb, intransitive become jealous, envious often.
[HH] verb, transitive remove pressure, stop pressing down see fige.
[L] verb, transitive pluck (feathers, hair, weeds).
[LH] noun underpants.
[HHL] noun crazyness, mad person.
[L.LH.HL] adjective bitter
[LH] noun witchcraft, witch.
[LH] noun a wooden musical instrument of the xylophone type.
[HF] noun cocoyam, Colocasia esculentum (Dalziel)
[HH] noun skin, leather, anything worn around the waist, a belt (esp. a covering of beads around the waist (many strings of beads worn together)); a razor strop
[HHF] noun dizziness, faintness
[LLL] adjective soft, fat, fleshy, tight (of fruit or a person’s flesh)
[HLHL] noun heel of the foot
[LHLLL] number six
[HHH] noun nose
[HHH] verb, intransitive tie or wrap a cloth around ones own loins or waist
[HH] verb, transitive fold, fold over (arms, paper, cloth, leaves) - plural form of kpan̄
[HH] verb, transitive become puckered (of the mouth from acid, of the hands from immersion in water).
[L] verb, transitive even, even if, unless, not even.
[HH] verb, transitive soil, dirty.
[HH] verb, transitive become big
[LLH] verb, transitive become tough, hard (of meat, rubber, wood)
[L] verb, transitive pull out, pluck (hari, feathers); uproot (roots, mushrooms)
[HH] verb, transitive make jittery movements as though one had ants in ones clothing; move very fast on ones toes in a jittery way (i.e. walk like a European); swagger, strut to show off
[HH] verb, transitive become loose, untied, unfastened; fall apart.
[L] verb, transitive crow (of a cock).
[L] ideophone sound made by a bar of steel when it falls to the ground
[LLH] verb, transitive space out (in planting)
[H] verb, transitive greet, thank, congratulate, express
[HL] noun government; white colonial officer; English consul
[HH] verb, transitive remove from a hook, unhang (rev. of kọọn̄ [HH])
[HHH] verb, transitive lick, clean out, clean up, scoop out (esp. the flesh of a soft succulent fruit)
[HHH] noun weeds, grass
[LLL] noun path, narrow place, space, gap
[HHH] noun a small, hard, round objects, seed, kernel, grain
[HHLHL] noun a kind of insect (similar to millipede)
[LH] conj. so, so that
[LL] pronoun my
[LL] conjunction and, with
[H] verb, transitive injure, wound
[HH] noun weeds (syn. NwIp, mbiot, mbit, mbiet)
[LHD] noun a kind of fruit tree, its fruits have a brownish cover, firm orange or white flesh, and a big seed, cola rostrata
[LHH] noun evening (dusk until midnight)
[LLL] noun wickedness, maliciousness
[HLLH] noun ant
[LL] conjunction where
[LLL] noun mould
[LL] noun brass or copper bangles worn around the legs from ankle to thigh by fattened brides
[HHH] verb, intransitive become mixed, kneaded, mashed, smashed, run over
[LH] noun color, many colors (ason cloth, or an animal)
[L] verb, transitive help; contribute (money, food, labor)
[HH] verb, transitive fight; struggle; try
[LH] verb, transitive tickle
[HH] verb, transitive grab as much as possible with one hand
[LHL] noun [Eng] spirit (used in Christian church services) (var. sịbidịt)
[H] verb, transitive speak to, talk to, say, tell; rebuke, reprove often
[HH] ideophone sound of a car (automobile) horn
[HDH] noun tsetse fly
[HH] noun arm and/or hand; handle; power, strength, ability
[LLL] noun universe
[LL] noun dish, plate, bowl
[HF] noun day, twenty-four hours
[LHHL] number nine
[HF] adverb slow, with care
[LLLH] noun a dish of grated cocoyam steamed in leaves
[H] verb, intransitive become many, become much
[L] verb, transitive tear, rend, scratch, tear off, tear up, tear out; pay a debt in installments
[L] verb, intransitive do patiently, stay patiently, become patient
[H] verb, transitive wash; rub on, apply (oil, ointment); lick