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[LHH] noun settler
[LL] noun path in the bush
[HDH] quantitative other, another, more
[HHH] noun trap, ordeal
[HHL] adjective old
[HHL] noun forest
[LHHH] adjective big, huge
[LHHH] noun table
[LH] noun circle formation for a game or dance
[HF] noun practitioner, specialist, expert
[HLF] noun sneeze
[HF] noun a kind of reed; a sleeping mat woven from reed
[HF] noun cluster (of fruit, e.g grapes)
[LL] verb, transitive fail to show appreciation, criticize what has been done for one
[H] verb, intransitive stand
[HH] verb, intransitive ripen, become ripe, red (plural of dat)
[H] verb, intransitive come
[LLL] verb, transitive pour, pour out, spill, pl. of duọk
[HH] noun hare; a person fond of sleeping.
[HH] noun knee.
[HH] noun phantom, ghost of ancestors. in traditional government, the police arm, now a society (to which nearly all the men belong) which has masquerades at various times of year such as the turning of the year and the harvest of new yam.
[LL] noun axe.
[HH] noun war; a society which celebrates past war glories, joining the society was possible at one time only for a man who had taken several heads, now it is done symbolically.
[LH] noun the olden days, ancient past; time immemorial.
[LH] noun father, old man, respectful address or reference to a man.
[LF] noun message; fame.
[LHH] noun contribution, contributive society.
[LHHL] noun rheumatism.
[LH] verb, intransitive get off balance (as when something which was balanced or supported slips or slants down), become slanted.
[HHH] verb, transitive torture.
[L] verb, intransitive become lazy.
[HH] verb, transitive remove pressure, stop pressing down see fige.
[LL] number two
[HLHL] noun red
[HHH] noun firewood.
[LH] noun spoon
[HH] noun a case
[LH] noun thief; theft
[HH] noun a set of five yams
[LHH] noun crab
[HF] noun earth, land, ground, floor, country, a council of elders
[LHLLL] number seven (a sacred number in Ibibio)
[LHLH] number eight
[HHL] noun garbage pit, refuse pit
[HH] noun fish (general)
[HH] verb, transitive hold in the arms or hands; have, keep; owe; use; treat, behave towards
[H] verb, transitive tell a fable, proverb, riddle
[HH] verb, transitive/ verb, intransitive close the eyes and turn the head aside in a gesture of disapproval
[L] verb, transitive turn around, turn back, turn around and go back (used with edem, asin a kpa edem).
[L] verb, transitive cross, overlap, join, twist together, buckle, button.
[LH] verb, transitive rev. of kpaga: uncross, separate things that are joined together, unbutton, unbuckle.
[LH] verb, transitive bend over so as to expose the buttocks
[LLH] verb, transitive trim (branches, hair), cut down (a tree)
[LL] verb, intransitive bark, growl (of a dog); speak in an angry or pompous manner
[LLH] verb, transitive become tough, hard (of meat, rubber, wood)
[LLH] verb, intransitive become tough, hard (of meat, rubber, wood); become difficult (of a task)
[HH] verb, transitive peel with hand or knife (as kola, ndiya, cassava); unlock; bleach.
[LL] ideophone sound made by someone walking in studded shoes.
[LL] verb, transitive crow, of a cock (plural form of kpọk)
[HH] verb, transitive overlap, cross, heap, pile on top of; arrange, set up, prepare for use
[HDH] noun piece, half piece
[HF] noun engagement (before marriage)
[HH] verb, transitive; verb, intransitive ignore, delay in responding
[LL] noun foot
[LH] adjective thin, lean and sickly (of a person)
[LF] noun nasal mucus, phlegm
[HL] interj. what
[LLHLLH] adjective become soft, weak, easy
[LHL] interjection no
[H] verb, intransitive; verb, transitive undulate, wriggle (in the manner of a maggot); dance with undulating movement
[H] verb, transitive groan (of a sick person)
[HHH] noun delicacies, luxury food, little bits of luxury food (nuts, bits of meat) (var. ndien, ndiin)
[HH] noun jest, clowning, embarrassment
[HLLH] noun crawl (of a baby, a snake)
[HH] noun ochre, a kind of clay used for plastering walls, for floor or wall decoration, and for body decoration
[LL] noun place
[HH] verb, transitive shake, bounce a person as on a couch
n̄kanika ubọkngkanika ubok
[HHHH HL] noun wrist watch
[LLH] noun basket
[HHH] noun a lump (of meat, a clay), a mass; a nest made by ants
[LLH] adjective granular, in grains
[LLH] verb, intransitive shift, make room, move aside, jerk, make a fuss (pl. of sịkke)
[HH] verb, transitive chop
[L] verb, transitive reach, get to, arrive at
[H] verb, intransitive walk with small quick half running steps as when carrying a heavy load
[H] verb, intransitive become quick, early, often; become sharp
[LH] verb, transitive dip out, ladle out (with a spoon or the hand); beckon with the hand, touch slightly to get someone’s attention
[H] verb, transitive spread, loosen, untie, unlock, unwind, open, melt
[HD] noun grandfather
[H] verb, transitive swell, rise as dough
[HH] verb, transitive awaken
[HHF] noun the small of the back and the area immediately surrounding it
[LL] noun your mother
[HF] noun soul, spirit (of a living person)
[LH] noun guest, visitor
[LHHL] number nine
[HH] noun road, way; doorway, door; habit, custom
[LHH] noun needle
[LL] verb, transitive steal
[LL] verb, transitive hit (esp. with a stick, also with hand or fist)