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[LLHF] noun world
[LL] noun cross the fingers
[LHL] adjective whole, complete
[LHL] noun python
[LH] adjective strange,alien
[HF] noun vein, artery, tendon
[LHL] noun bitter leaf, gall bladder; bile
[HF] noun a kind of reed; a sleeping mat woven from reed
[H] verb, intransitive become thickened (e.g. broth thickened by flavor); become dirty (e.g. cloths or water)
[L] verb, intransitive become rotten (esp. of edible things), spoil (of improperly dried fish, it gets mould on it), sour
[HH] verb, intransitive become broken, break (of its own accord), usually a long thin object such as a bone or a stick, break up in confusion (of a gathering)
[L] verb, transitive imitate
[HH] verb, transitive lick (a spoon or the fingers in eating), eat something soft of liquid with a spoon or fingers
[H] verb, transitive bite
[HH] verb, intransitive intend, wish.
[HH] verb, transitive shout at, bawl at, scold; shock.
[LL] noun kind of large edible white termite which makes huge hills.
[LL] noun baldness, bald spot.
[HF] noun monkey
[HF] noun the area of the lower abdomen around the bladder.
[HH] noun knee.
[HF] noun nest.
[HHF] noun a kind of large edible snail.
[LLL] noun small drum, two or three tuned to different pitches are played at once with the hands.
[LHH] noun mockery.
[L] verb, intransitive dodge, duck, move aside, move away, move out of the way; tv dodge.
[HHHH ] verb, transitive; verb, intransitive turn, twist, twist around, twist together (poss involves a more complete turn or twist than fiak); iv become twisted (of its own accord); turn (of a wheel).
[LLLH] verb, transitive blow out through the nose, blow the nose, snort (at).
[L] verb, transitive uncover, strip, take off, peel (with the fingers).
[H] verb, intransitive; verb, transitive become heaped up, piled up; tv heap up, pile up.
[L] verb, intransitive become mouldy (of coconut, palm kernel).
[HHL] noun women, wives
[HHL] noun women, wives
[HH] noun rope.
[HHH] noun firewood.
[HDH] noun bird (generic term)
[LLL] noun; adjective greed; greedy person
[LL] noun a blow with the fist; a charm which enables the wearer to strike powerful blows
[LHH] noun caterpillar (general term)
[HH] verb, transitive wrap cloth around someone; fig buy cloth for elderly relations (pl. of kIn)
[H] verb, transitive pierce, stab, sew
[LLH] verb, transitive cross, overlap, join, twist together, buckle, button.
[LL] verb, transitive become resistant, obstinate (of a person, an animal); become difficult (of work, a person)
[H] ideophone sound of bottle breaking (on the floor, on a basin, on metal).
[L] verb, transitive even, even if, unless, not even.
[H] ideophone sound of firewood breaking; sound of corn cracking as it roasts.
[HH] verb, transitive plead, plead with, entreat.
[LH] verb, transitive bend over so as to expose the buttocks
[H] ideophone sound of abodom being played with bamboo sticks in sending a message
[LLH] verb, intransitive become tough, hard (of meat, rubber, wood); become difficult (of a task)
[LL] ideophone sound made by a heavy object (a person, coconut, a palm fruit cluster) when it falls to the ground
[H] ideophone sound made by ekOmO drums, the small one goes kpim or kpom or kum, the large one goes kpim or kum.
[HH] verb, transitive peel with hand or knife (as kola, ndiya, cassava); unlock; bleach.
[LL] ideophone sound of something very light falling on the ground
[L] verb, transitive gather, collect (leaves, fish, crayfish)
[HH] verb, transitive hang (on a hook, peg, line); spread out to dry; hook, link, lock, entangle (pl. of kọp [L])
[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
[LL] noun side, edge
[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)
[HD] interjection please
[LHLH] noun gooseflesh
[H] verb, intransitive become patient; hold back, have control
[LL] verb, transitive slacken; relax the body or part of the body
mkap nnʌkmkap nnuk
[LH HD] noun ring
[HHH] noun a small, hard, round objects, seed, kernel, grain
[LLHDH] noun a creeping plant with tiny leaves, Selaginella scandens
[HHLHHHL] noun butterfly
[HHH] noun a construction of palm fronds gen. near a house or against a fence, used for storing yam or cocoyam
[LLHLLH] adjective become soft, weak, easy
[LL] conjunction and, with
[LLL] noun, adjective cold, wet
[HHHH] adjective toughness and coarseness in texture due to exposure to the sun or other causes
[HLL] noun prickly heat
[LH] pronoun there (homographs: ndo ’and’; ndo ’scare’)
[HHH] adjective new
[LH] noun my father
[HH] noun ashes, dust
[LLH] verb, transitive smell, sniff
[LLHF] noun a plant with hot peppery fruit and leaves which are chewed esp with palm wine
[HLL] noun welts from a beating
[LL] ideophone sound of dry cloth or paper crumbling
[HHL] noun man, male
[HL] conjunction since (time, cause), because
[HHH] verb, intransitive become foolish, stupid (pl. of sịme)
[LLH] verb, transitive to make a sign of disgust, impatience, disapproval, contempt; smack the lips over a good taste
[HH] verb, intransitive become quick, early, often; become sharp
[HL] noun tailor (English loanword)
[HH] preposition, conjunction since, starting from (time only)
[HHF] noun the small of the back and the area immediately surrounding it
[HH] noun friend
[HH] noun sliminess, stickiness, a viscous secretion
[HH] noun leg and/or foot; bottom, base; elongation, extension, movement, means, mode
[HF] noun a polite term for itịt, vagina
[HHL] noun a kind of large lizard, land living
[LHL] numeral five
[HF] noun voice, order, edict
[HL] noun wire (English loanword)
[L] verb, intransitive wilt, melt, dissolve, digest; become lazy, become weak
[HH] verb, transitive pinch
[HH] verb, intransitive satisfy (with food, information)