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abu

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[LF] noun a small shrimp, crayfish

adeen

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[HHL] noun man, male

adektrik

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[LHLL] noun electricity

adʌn̄

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[HF] noun root

akpọk

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[LH] noun lizard

atin̄nyek

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[LHLL] noun hiccup

ayigha

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[HHH] noun a stomach ache with diarrhea

ayobio

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[LLHH] noun a strong wind

bak

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[H] verb, intransitive become cheap due to oversupply, go aground(of a boat)

bak

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[L] verb, intransitive become cruel, mean, mischievous, destructive

buuk

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[LL] verb, transitive bury

bịtbit

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[H] verb, transitive spread out, lay flat, lay down (mats, tiles, carpet, cloth)

dan̄dang

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[L] verb, intransitive stay over-night, spend the night

due

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[LL] verb, transitive make an error, err, miss, offend, do unwittingly, do by chance.

dusịmedusime

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[HLL] verb, intransitive to fool around.

dịpdip

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[H] verb, transitive hide

dịtdit

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[L] verb, intransitive leak, leak out, run out(of liquid)

ebek

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[HF] noun chin.

ebekpa

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[LHH] noun widow, lit. husband died.

ebọ ebo

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[LL] noun baldness, bald spot.

edeesi

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[LHLL] noun rice.

edere

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[HHH] noun a day before business; Sunday; church service, church used in the names of certain market days (days of the week)

ekere

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[LHH] noun a single (or double?) pronged metal gong.

eku

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[HH] noun meat, rat.

ekuọn̄ekuong

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[HHF] noun a kind of large edible snail.

fia

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[HH] verb, intransitive become white.

fịkfik

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[H] verb, intransitive; verb, transitive become heaped up, piled up; tv heap up, pile up.

ibikpai ibikpai

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[LLLL] noun state of numbness or sleep in the limbs; state of being shrivelled from immersion in water.

idịtidit

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[HH] noun country, nation, tribe, clan, group of people esp foreigners; a group who follow a leader; household; humanity, human nature.

ikpa

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[HH] noun whip; cane; belt

inan

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[HH] noun deafness; deaf man

itetịgheitetighe

[HLHL] noun heel of the foot

iyak

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[HH] noun fish (general)

kaana

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[LLH] verb, intransitive become old; ancient; look old (of inanimate objects)

kam

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[H] verb, transitive agree to, be willing to; run errands opt w utom message, errand, work

koi

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[HH] verb, transitive draw water, scoop up liquid (from a stream, well, pot)

koi

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[LL] ideophone sound of shoes with heels

kpa

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[H] verb, intransitive die, perish; become exhausted, overcome; fade; heal

kpam

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[LL] ideophone sound made by a flat object when it falls flat on the ground.

kpam

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[H] ideophone sound of bottle breaking (on the floor, on a basin, on metal).

kpeen

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[HH] verb, transitive soil, dirty.

kpenne

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[HH] verb, transitive soil, dirty.

kpoppo

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[HH] verb, transitive catch in the hands

kpoịkpoi

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[HH] verb, intransitive go a long distance on foot; limp

kpu

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[L] verb, intransitive fail to come about, fail to materialize; fail to carry out

kpọọkkpook

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[HH] verb, transitive loosen, untie, unwrap, unfasten, dismantle (plural of kpọk)

kpọọn̄ọkpoongo

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[LLH] verb, transitive hit, beat, hollow or flat sounds

kọn̄kong

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[L] verb, intransitive knock, tap

kọpkop

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[L] verb, transitive hang (on a hook, peg, line); spread out to dry; hook, link, lock, entangle

kọọmọkoomo

[LLH] verb, transitive remove from a hook, remove what hangs, unentangle (esp. wipe away strands of cobweb) (rev. of kọp [L])

kọọn̄koong

[HH] verb, intransitive cough

kọọtkoot

[LL] verb, transitive eat palm fruit, a palm kernel, or a bit of meat by putting it in the mouth and turning it about slowly removing the flesh

mana

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[LH] verb, intransitive become born

mbịpmbip

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[HF] noun engagement (before marriage)

mbọmmbom

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[HH] noun pity, sympathy

meen̄emeenge

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[LLH] verb, transitive swallow (pl. of men)

men

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[L] verb, transitive swallow

miom

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[HH] verb, transitive insult; disobey, disregard

mkpatat

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[LLH] noun a creeping plant with tiny leaves, Selaginella scandens

mkpetịmutakmkpetimutak

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[LHLHL] noun a kind of insect (similar to millipede)

mkpok

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[H.HL] noun sandfly

mkpọk etomkpok eto

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[LF LL] noun a childrens game in which sticks are passed around quickly and players try not to accumulate them

mm

[HL] interj. what

mmana

[HHH] noun button

mmọọn̄mmoong

[HHH] noun water

ndan

[LL] noun common red and black lizard

ndubi

[LHH] noun evening (dusk until midnight)

ndʌknduk

[HF] noun horn of animal

nem

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

nsiọn̄nsiong

[HHH] noun postherd

nsọnso

[LH] noun my father

nte

[LH] noun my father

ntọnto

[LL] noun children, young of animals

n̄kueghengkueghe

[LHHH] noun crybaby, a person who cries at every little thing

n̄kuekngkuek

[LHL] noun crybaby, a person who cries at every little thing

n̄wan̄n̄angwangnga

[LH] verb, transitive pour into; empty out; wide

n̄wongwo

[LL] noun bribe, dishonest business practices

n̄wịpngwip

[HH] noun weeds, grass

nọno

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

sịn̄n̄esingnge

[HH] verb, transitive take out, remove, remove from; put forth, bring forth

taap

[LL] verb, intransitive tiptoe, walk on tiptoe

tem

[L] verb, transitive put down, set down (a pot on the fire); cook, boil

tep

[L] ideophone describes water falling drop by drop

tʌppotuppo

[HH] verb, transitive to exclaim

tọmtọmtomtom

[LHL] noun pigeon

ubom

[LH] noun calamity

udọfọọtudofoot

[LHDH] noun fourth-born son

ufia

[LHH] noun slap

ukpe

[LF] noun a ditch containing water, a large pit, dam

uredio

[LHLL] noun radio (English loanword)

utai

[HHL] noun a kind of large lizard, land living

wak

[L] verb, transitive tear, rend, scratch, tear off, tear up, tear out; pay a debt in installments

wet

[L] verb, transitive write

wuak

[HH] verb, transitive mix; adulterate (as palm wine by adding water)

wọfawofa

[HL] noun guava

yat

[H] verb, transitive burn, sting (as pepper, iodine)

yommo

[HH] verb, intransitive, verb, transitive become pregnan, conceive (var. jʌmmo)

yʌkkọyukko

[HH] verb, intransitive satisfy (with food, information)

yọiyoi

[HH] verb, transitive saw, cut with a sawing motion (an animal’s throat, or in shredding certain leaves such as afan̄)(pl. of jọọk)

yọttọyotto

[HH] verb, intransitive become sufficient, up to the mark