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abọn̄abong

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[HH] noun mosquito

adidịmeadidime

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[LLLL] noun electric fish

adikpo

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[HLL] noun sweat

aditịm

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[HHH] noun water buffalo

adufiip

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[HHHH] noun cold, cattarrh

aduuk

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[HHH] noun kind, sort, type, lineage

adʌk

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[HF] noun horn, trumpet

adọ

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[LL] noun cross the fingers

akpan

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[HF] noun square basket woven of cane or rattan

aween

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[LHH] noun needle

awodeen

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[HHL] noun man, male

ayobio

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[LLHH] noun a strong wind

bat

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[LL] verb, transitive count, reckon, esteem

bere

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[LH] verb, intransitive lean against, lean on(for help)

besịn

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[HL] noun a metail basin used for storing and carrying food and water(borrowed from English basin)

da

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[L] noun term of address used betwee men of equal age and status, its use generally implies intimacy, it is occasionally used to address a stranger and is currently used by young girls although this latter is considered improper by men

deeme

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[LLH] verb, transitive share, divide among

dep

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[L] verb, intransitive fall in drops, rain

dia

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[HH] verb, transitive eat

dianna

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[HHH] verb, transitive rev. of dian take away, separate two things that are stuck together, separate out from; change money

do

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[H] adverb there, in that place, (near the person spoken to), there

duọkọ duoko

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[LLH] verb, intransitive spill

eben

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[HF] noun a tree with small blue skinned fruits, their green flesh is softened before eating by roasting or by immersing in hot water, the softened flesh is similar to avocado but it is slightly sour, it is customarily accompanied by roasted maize, Bush butter tree

ebọkebok

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[HF] noun monkey

eduat

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[HHF] noun spear.

ekan̄aekanga

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[LHH] noun denial.

ekọmekom

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[HH] noun a kind of tree bearing an edible nut, Coula edulis (Dalziel).

faak

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[HH] verb, transitive stick into a narrow space, wedge in, put between.

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).

fiakafianga

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[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).

fiime

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[HHH] verb, transitive torture.

idet

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[HF] noun hair (on the head or growing densely as on the head).

ike

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[HH] noun tobacco, snuff.

ikpọn̄mkpong

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[HF] noun cocoyam, Colocasia esculentum (Dalziel)

ikuọtikuot

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[LLL] noun toad

imuum

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[LHL] noun muteness, dumbness; a mute

inia

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[HHL] noun a sore, septic wound

inịminim

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[LH] noun parrot

isantịmisantim

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[LLLL] noun hippopotamus

kan

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[H] verb, intransitive wander, go around, come and go; pl come and go and linger at a place

kan̄kang

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

ke

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[H] prep. of time, place, cause, manner

koppo

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

kpam

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[HL] ideophone sound made by a flat object when it falls flat to the ground.

kpan̄

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[L] verb, transitive pay attention (used with utON, as in a kpaN utON, listen).

kpan̄n̄akpangnga

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[HH] verb, transitive die, perish; become exhausted, overcome; fade; heal (pl. of kpa)

kpe

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[H] verb, transitive plead, plead with, entreat, beg

kpum

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[H] ideophone sound of a short blast of a launch horn

kpịkkekpikke

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[HH] verb, transitive cut through, cut off; pl chop.

kpịkọkpiko

[HH] verb, transitive become contrary (es. to show off)

kpịrekkpirek

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[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

kpọghọkpogho

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[HH] verb, transitive taunt

kpọikpoi

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[HH] verb, transitive cut off the end of a periwinkle ( a kind of mollusk) so the fish can be sucked out.

kpọọkkpook

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[LL] verb, transitive call, read aloud, invite

kọn̄ọkongo

[HH] verb, intransitive ref. hang, hang on oneself, choke

kọọpkoop

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

ma

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[L] verb, transitive finish; following another verb ma indicates completed actions

mbọkmbok

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[HH] noun wrestling, wrestling bout

meghe

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[HH] verb, intransitive become accustomed to, familiar with, associated with;

mfʌkmfuk

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[HH] noun cheek

mkpafafagha

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[HLLHL] noun armpit

mkparawa

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

mkpofiofiop

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[HHLHHL] noun buttefly

mkpofioufiop

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[HHLHHHL] noun butterfly

mkpịkmkpik

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[HF] noun sandfly

mkpọhọdemkpohode

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[LHHH] noun singlet, sleeveless underwear

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

mmansan̄mmansang

[LLHD] noun groundnut

mọọn̄ọmoongo

[HHH] verb, intransitive become watery, thin and soft

naan̄naang

[HH] verb, intransitive become stupid

ndian

[LHH] noun a kind of small bush rat, the king of rats

ndidue

[LLLL] noun error, fault; a fine (var. ndude)

ndiideghe

[LHLLH] adjective sharp, brave, fierce, potent

ndion

[HHH] noun delicacies, luxury food, little bits of luxury food (nuts, bits of meat) (var. ndien, ndiin)

ndise

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[LLL] noun a kind of small green squash, curcurbita pepo

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ndukpi

[LHD] noun epilepsy, an epileptic

ndọkndok

[HF] noun slander, gossip

nek

[H] verb, intransitive, verb, transitive dance; fawn on

nsan̄nsang

[HH] noun ochre, a kind of clay used for plastering walls, for floor or wall decoration, and for body decoration

nueghe

[HHH] verb, intransitive become melted

n̄kangka

[LL] noun my mother

nọno

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

nọọn̄ọnoongo

[LLH] verb, transitive give (pl. of nọ)

sai

[HL] ideophone describes something that passes by very fst (as a car speeds by or an insect flies by)

siọọpsioop

[LLH] verb, transitive to make a sign of disgust, impatience, disapproval, contempt; smack the lips over a good taste

soyo

[LH] verb, intransitive come down, descend

suagha

[HHH] verb, intransitive become disordered, disheveled; become smashed to bits

sọksok

[H] verb, transitive scrub, rub briskly (teeth, the body, a pot), rub off, rub together, erase, wipe, rub with a slow motion, massage

tappa

[LH] verb, transitive dip out, ladle out (with a spoon or the hand); beckon with the hand, touch slightly to get someone’s attention

tọitoi

[HH] verb, transitive awaken

tọn̄ọtongo

[HH] verb, intransitive become clouded, unclear (in color); become murky, unclear (of liquids); become dusty (of clothes or something that can be shaken out)

ube

[LF] noun the edible kernel of the raffia palm fruit

udo

[LL] noun a pit dug to catch rainwater

ukpa

[HF] noun lot, quantity, instance of

usʌkusuk

[HF] adverb slow, with care

usʌn̄usung

[LL] noun fufu, anything pounded for fufu, anything cut with the fingers from a mass and swallowed in balls along with afere (soup)

utuo

[LLH] noun spider web

uyo

[LH] noun bread, biscuit

yeeme

[LLH] verb, intransitive digest

yịtyit

[H] verb, transitive attach, put together, fasten, lock, hang (from a point, or curtains, tie on so that it may hang)