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aderimbot

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[LLHF] noun world

adukpu

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[LHH] noun corpse, cadaver

adọ

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[LL] noun cross the fingers

afo

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[LL] pronoun you

atidot

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[LHL] noun bitter leaf, gall bladder; bile

been

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[HH] verb, transitive take, pick up, carry

bekke

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[HH] verb, intransitive fall off, snap off, drop off (e.g. a ripe or dead fruit), fall off/out (e.g. hair, teeth)

biokbio

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[LL] ideophone describes the sudden stopping of noise or action

buuk

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[LL] verb, transitive bury

bʌn̄bung

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[H] verb, transitive break

bọwịt

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[HL] noun bowl(cf. abawIt, bawIt)

bọọt

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[HL] noun ball

dian

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[HH] verb, transitive add, put together, stick, glue

diappa

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[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

domo

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[HH] verb, transitive test, examine, measure, weigh

duak

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[LL] verb, transitive boast

duaya

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[HHH] verb, transitive; verb, intransitive shout at, bawl at, scold; shock.

dọọkdook

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[HH] verb, transitive climb (tree, hill)

ebu

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[LL] noun kind of large edible white termite which makes huge hills.

edem

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[LL] noun the back (anat).

edidiọn

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[LHLL] noun blessing

edop

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[HF] noun a kind of large antelope.

efịkefik

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[LH] noun disease involving swelling of the testes; an insult (if a person called another person efik and make a fist it is a challenge to fight).

ekun̄ekung

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[HF] noun a hump on the back.

ekun̄ọekungo

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noun copulation

ewan̄koewangko

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[LHHL] noun rheumatism.

faap

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[LL] verb, transitive climb a large tree by putting the arms around it and moving up on the belly, shinny up a pole (pl. of fap).

fen̄feng

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

fịkfik

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[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.

ifọtifot

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[LH] noun witchcraft, witch.

ikpeghe

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[HHH] noun partition (in the house made of cloth); section of bush partitioned by boundary markers

imam

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[HF] noun laughter

inagha

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[LHH] noun a kind of fish with a small head, dried and used for soup

itak

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[HH] noun base, foundation of esp. base of a tree trunk

kan̄kang

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[H] verb, transitive deny, refute, prove innocent

kan̄kang

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[H] verb, transitive roast, fry (a food to make it dry or crisp esp groundnuts in sand, gari in a pot); season a new pot by placing it on the fire

koomo

[LLH] verb, transitive remove palm fruit from the pot with a basin or calabash

koppo

[HH] verb, transitive draw water, scoop up liquid (not using hands)

kpaagha

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[LLH] verb, transitive cross, overlap, join, twist together, buckle, button.

kpakka

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[LH] verb, transitive rev. of kpaga: uncross, separate things that are joined together, unbutton, unbuckle.

kpam

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[HL] ideophone sound of wood breaking (ideophone)

kpara

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[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.

kpiam

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[HH] ideophone sound of an automatic horn.

kpono

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

kpuubo

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[LLH] verb, intransitive become tough, hard (of meat, rubber, wood); become difficult (of a task)

kpịmkpim

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[L] ideophone sound of the fall of a very heavy object such as a concrete block or a huge bag of flour, it falls with a thud

kpịn̄n̄ekpingnge

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[HH] verb, transitive eat in tiny bits, nibble at, tear into bits, pick at (a sore).

kpọmkpom

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[L] ideophone sound made by a bar of steel when it falls to the ground

kpọọn̄ọkpoongo

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[LLH] verb, transitive space out (in planting)

kpọọrọkpooro

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[HHH] verb, transitive walk here and there, zigzag

kʌppọkuppo

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[HH] verb, transitive rev of kup open a cover or lid

kọọpkoop

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

kọọtkoot

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[LL] verb, intransitive grow (of people, animals, plants, hair) (pl. of kọt [L])

mai

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[HH] verb, intransitive bleat (of a goat or sheep), low (of a cow)

mbịritemmbiritem

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[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)

mfia

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[HDH] noun white (pl. of afia)

mfịnmfin

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[LH] noun today

mkpa nnʌkmkap nnuk

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[LH HD] noun ring

mkparawa

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[LLHL] noun young men (pl. of akparawa).

mkporon̄mkporong

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[HHH] noun a construction of palm fronds gen. near a house or against a fence, used for storing yam or cocoyam

mkpịparan̄ukotmkiparangukot

[HHH HL] noun shin

mkpịremkpire

[LHL] adjective small

mkpọmkpo

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[HH] noun thing, something; matter event. This is one of the most productive words in Ibibio, it serves as any unspecified subject or object

mmọmmo

[LL] conjunction and, with

mịmmim

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[H] verb, transitive groan (of a sick person)

ndiidịtndiidit

[LLHL] adjective leaky (var. ndre ndre, ndidIt, ndidIt)

ndomo

[LLL] adverb not even

ndubʌtndubut

[HHH] noun something rotten

ndukpe

[HHH] noun dirt; a sticky substance (esp. one a person finds on his clothes and doesn’t know where it came from)

nsagha

[LHH] noun mockery

nsei

[HHL] noun a powdered vegetable mixture used in juju sacrifices

nsinsi

[HHHH] noun eternity

nʌmmọnummo

[LH] verb, transitive open the eyes wide (to show seriousness and thus make a child comply)

n̄karafan̄ngkarafang

[LLLL] noun rust

n̄kukịmngkukim

[HHH] noun thorn, splinter, nail (fastener), needle

n̄kọikọọmọngkoikoomo

[LLHLLH] noun a spider web

n̄weenngween

[LL] verb, intransitive become black

seeme

[LLH] verb, intransitive lament, complain, regret

set

[H] verb, transitive choke, cause choking (as water in the windpipe)

sue

[LL] verb, transitive curse (a curse, a person). revile, insult (var. suun̄ọ, suen̄)

tiip

[HH] verb, transitive pierce through, make a hole, carve out (pl. of tịp)

tuara

[LLH] verb, intransitive become short, squat, and fat (of people or animals)

tọmtọmtomtom

[LHL] noun pigeon

ubio

[HDH] noun tsetse fly

ubom

[LH] noun canoe

ubọkubok

[HH] noun arm and/or hand; handle; power, strength, ability

udịtudit

[HF] noun strength, force, power

ukot

[HH] noun leg and/or foot; bottom, base; elongation, extension, movement, means, mode

ukpa

[LL] noun a game of struggle

ukpa

[HF] noun lot, quantity, instance of

ukpịtukpit

[HF] adjective big, old (of a person)

umiana

[HHHH] noun blood

unen

[HF] noun chicken, fowl

ution

[LHL] numeral five

uwem

[HH] noun life, existence, state of being alive, life style, habits

uwuuwuu

[LHLHL] interjection a sound made to cheer or mock someone

waya

[HL] noun wire (English loanword)

wop

[L] verb, intransitive do patiently, stay patiently, become patient

yeere

[LLH] verb, intransitive become peeled off, become faded

yọọrọyooro

[HHH] verb, transitive dance with specific steps, dance a specific dance, generally a leisurely a dance with outstretched arms