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abu

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[HF] noun dust

ata

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[LH] noun challenge, dare; resolution

atin̄e

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[LHH] noun top, apex

ba

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[L] verb, transitive find and keep

biere

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[HHH] verb, intransitive become cooked, done(of food)

deghe

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[LH] verb, intransitive fierce, brave, valiant, dare, become hot, burn (of pepper), become sarp, function work (of medicine, magic)

duọọkduook

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[HHH] verb, transitive to lose, throw away

ewan̄koewangko

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[LHHL] noun rheumatism.

feere

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[HHH] verb, intransitive become thin, light in weight, lightened (of a load); become light on the feet, sprightly.

fen̄feng

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[H] verb, transitive eat up a large quantity of food.

ikịm

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[HH] noun gonorrhea.

inọọkinook

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[LLL] noun; adjective greed; greedy person

isaisak

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[LLHL] adjective burnt, scorched

kaama

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[LLH] verb, transitive stir (as in soup)

kan

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[L] verb, intransitive become able, know how; tv surpass, excel (used in making com- parisons), triumph over, beat (win)

kiin

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[HH] verb, transitive wrap cloth around someone; fig buy cloth for elderly relations (pl. of kIn)

kpenne

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[HH] verb, transitive soil, dirty.

kpono

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[HH] verb, transitive respect, esteem, honor, worship

kpoom

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[HH] ideophone sound of an automobile horn

kpum

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[H] ideophone sound of a short blast of a launch horn

kpọọkkpook

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[HH] verb, transitive peel with hand or knife, unlock

kukubarakpa

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[LLHHH] noun [Efik] a creature (fish? serpent?) which stretches the whole length of a river or sea

kọn̄kong

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[H] verb, intransitive cough

mbuba

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[HHH] noun race

mkparikpa

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[LHHH] noun a large calabash used as a buoy for nets

mkpasi

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[HHH] noun a small, hard, round objects, seed, kernel, grain

mkpịn̄mkping

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[LH] adjective thin, lean and sickly (of a person)

mm

[HD] interj. yes

mọọn̄ọmoongo

[HHH] verb, intransitive become watery, thin and soft

ndʌknduk

[HF] noun horn of animal

nem

[L] verb, intransitive become pleasant, enjoyable, sweet

nne

[HD] noun young woman (address or referent), a term of endearment for a young woman

nnʌknnuk

[HL] noun knuckle

nsʌn̄ikan̄nsungikang

[HF HL] noun smoke; steamboat, ship

ntaa

[HLL] noun a children’s running and hiding game played by moonlight

n̄kekem ngkekem

[LLL] noun a kind of insect, a larva

n̄ket iyakngket iyak

[LF LL] noun dorsal fin of a fish

nọno

[L] verb, intransitive, verb, transitive to be able to, know how to, master

nọmmọnommo

[LH] verb, transitive strike on the head with the knuckles made in a fist

sika

[LH] noun [Eng] cigarette

suak

[HH] verb, transitive grab as much as possible with one hand

sʌghọsugho

[LH] verb, intransitive lie

sọnson

[H] verb, intransitive walk with small quick half running steps as when carrying a heavy load

udebe

[LLH] adjective steeped, soaked

ufiak

[HH] noun weavil

ufiot

[LHH] noun byword, slang phrase, scandal

usam

[LH] noun fishing spear

usọuso

[LH] noun your father

uyịnuyin

[HH] noun childhood

yuup

[LL] verb, transitive hit (esp. with a stick, also with hand or fist)