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[HF] noun dust
[HDH] noun chief, lord (traditional or religious)
[HHH] noun venereal disease in men, involves swellings on the groin which are painful and impede walking
[HH] noun the sediment which sinks to the bottom of the pot when palm oil is boiled after being extracted from the fruit, dregs
[LHLL] noun cannon
[LLL] adjective green
[H] verb, transitive make round, roundish(rather wet thing esp by putting eg clay, fufu)
[HH] verb, transitive lick (a spoon or the fingers in eating), eat something soft of liquid with a spoon or fingers
[H] verb, intransitive come
[HHH] verb, transitive; verb, intransitive shout at, bawl at, scold; shock.
[LL] verb, transitive make an error, err, miss, offend, do unwittingly, do by chance.
[L] verb, transitive send, send for, send to (a person or a message), send for a nefarious purpose, pl esp instigate stimulate a desire in, cause longing in
[HF] noun a bundle of ten, twenty, fifty, etc..
[LHH] noun widow, lit. husband died.
[LHLL] noun rice.
[HF] noun pig.
[LHH] noun a kind of bitter fruit taken like kola, bitter kola, Garcinia kola (Dalziel).
[HF] noun nest.
[HHL] noun elephant.
[LH] noun strange, alien.
[LHLL] noun hiccup.
[H] verb, transitive press gently on a wound with a cloth soaked in hot water, some speakers use fik as the plural of fiik, see fiik, fike, fige.
[HHL] noun women, wives
[HHF] noun gorilla (Goldie baboon, chimpanzee).
[HHH] noun firewood.
[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
[HDH] noun bird (generic term)
[LH] number three
[LHLH] number eight
[LLL] noun a leech; a kind of fish with long needle-like mouth
[LHH] noun a kind of fish with poisonous spines
[HH] verb, transitive hold in the arms or hands; have, keep; owe; use; treat, behave towards
[LLF] noun [Eng] cigarette
[HH] verb, intransitive ebb (of the tide)
[H] verb, transitive pierce, stab, sew
[HLL] adverb never ever.
[H] verb, transitive become big
[HH] verb, transitive chop
[HH] verb, transitive cut through, cut off; pl chop.
[HH] verb, transitive become restless; make rapid, jittery movements, fire crackling, wood breaking; describes the action of starting up in fright
[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 taunt
[L] ideophone sound made by a bar of steel when it falls to the ground
[LL] verb, transitive call, read aloud, invite
[HHH] verb, transitive push aside with disdain, postpone, shake off responsibility
[HH] verb, transitive scrape, scrape off, shave
[L] verb, transitive gather, collect (leaves, fish, crayfish)
[LLHH] noun European
[HH] noun cheek
[HH] noun a kind of tree which blooms in dry season, its leaves are used for afere
[HH] noun a natural covering, skin scab
[HLHLHL] noun armpit
[LHHH] noun a long narrow lightweight knife used for cutting grass; the flat part of a knife; a knife without a handle
[LLL HL] noun a secluded area in the water thickly covered with water plants ( a person can go in there to bathe)
[HL] interj. what
[L] verb, transitive blind
[LH] verb, transitive open the eyes wide (in surprise because something is in the eye, to scare someone)
[L] ideophone sound of nails being driven
[HLL] noun sweat (var. ibikpO, ibibiak, adikpO)
[HF] noun a kind of small fish
[HLHH] adjective unsteady; shiftless
[LL] verb, transitive doubt, argue, dispute
[LHH] noun calamity
[HH] noun ochre, a kind of clay used for plastering walls, for floor or wall decoration, and for body decoration
[LLL] noun mould
[HH] verb, intransitive whine (of a child)
[LH] verb, intransitive be tilted, bent stiffly over
[LH] noun over there, yonder (refers to a narrow area)
n̄kịm enuan̄ngkim enuang
[HF LL] noun a kind of wire grass, Bahama grass (Adams)
[LH] conj even if, not even if
[HH] verb, intransitive flicker; transitive: flash a light on and off
[LH] verb, transitive tickle
[HH] verb, intransitive to be clean; to acquit, find innocent
[HHH] verb, intransitive become childish, act childish
[L] verb, transitive speak a language esp. a foreign language; speak unintelligibly; translate
[H] verb, transitive choke, cause choking (as water in the windpipe)
[HHH] verb, transitive disturb, stir
[HH] verb, intransitive become left over, remain
[LHL] noun [Eng] spirit (used in Christian church services) (var. sịbidịt)
[HL] noun tailor (English loanword)
[H] verb, intransitive originate, come from
[LLH] verb, intransitive become short, squat, and fat (of people or animals)
[H] verb, transitive pay close attention
[HDH] noun some
[HF] noun fatness, breadth
[LLH] adjective steeped, soaked
[HH] noun friend
[LL] noun your mother
[HHHH] noun a creature (fish? serpent?) which stretches the whole length of a river or sea
[LLH] noun ability
[LF LL] noun state of being walleyed, wall-eyes (eyes that turn outward)
[HF] adjective big, old (of a person)
[HH] noun silk cotton tree, Ceina pentandra (Deizel)
usʌk usʌkusuk usuk
[HF HF] adverb slowly, carefully
[LH] numeral three
[HH] noun ear
[HHH] verb, intransitive become poor
[L] verb, transitive cut into large pieces (as tree into logs, a fish into large chunks)
[HH] verb, intransitive wander (aimlessly or with a purpose), go here and there (of one who has many places to go and many things to do)
[LL] verb, transitive cook a very small quantity of rich afere (soup) (until it is very hot) (pl. of jọk)