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abuut

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[H.HL] noun shame

adisat

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[HHH] noun comb

adufịp

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[HHH] noun cold, cattarrh

afo

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[LL] pronoun you

akukin

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[LHD] noun a dye made from the juice of the fruit or seeds of a plant and colored with charcoal, it is used by women for body decoration; the tree from which the dye comes, Indogofera

asen

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[LH] adjective strange,alien

been

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

bịrebire

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[LH] verb, transitive play

bọbọ

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[LH] noun pawpaw

deep

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[LL] verb, transitive dip, steep, soak

dek

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[H] verb, intransitive become a coward

diaan̄diaang

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[HHH] verb, intransitive tip toe around stealthily, pussy-foot

dʌkduk

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[H] verb, transitive enter, go into, join (a society of the modern type that involves only a simple process)

dọ do

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[H] verb, transitive; verb, intransitive marry

edeme

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[HLL] noun tongue.

edidiọn

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[LHLL] noun blessing

efe

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[LL] noun flying squirrel.

ekpe

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[HF] noun leopard or any of the big cats; a mens society so named from the way they use drums to imitate the sound of a leopard.

ekọmekom

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[LH] noun greeting.

ekọn̄ekong

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[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.

feere

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[HHH] verb, intransitive become thin, light in weight, lightened (of a load); become light on the feet, sprightly.

fek

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[H] verb, transitive be sated, make overfull (from eating).

fem

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[L] ideophone sound made by a ripe pawpaw or avocado when it falls to the ground.

fian̄afianga

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[LLLH] verb, transitive blow out through the nose, blow the nose, snort (at).

fịbefibe

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[LL] verb, transitive hold something in the mouth or between the lips without biting down.

idan̄idang

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[HH] noun lice (pl. of ndaN).

idet

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

ikan̄ikang

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[HH] noun fire.

ikpat

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[LL] noun foot

ikpiikpu

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[LH LH] adjective worthless; fruitless; in vain

ikọiko

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[HF] noun word, language, talk; matter, palaver (difficulty, trouble, verbal conflict, gathering for negotiation or decision).

inʌn̄inung

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[HF] noun salt

iso

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[HH] noun face, front, future (also eko iso)

itai

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[LHL] noun coal tar

kaan̄akaanga

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[HHH] verb, transitive promise, vow (involves an exchange, something given for something done)

kama

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[HH] verb, transitive hold in the arms or hands; have, keep; owe; use; treat, behave towards

kon

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[L] verb, transitive stand on tiptoe, stretch to see something high; become high, raised up (esp of the ground or of something which should be flat)

kpa

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[H] verb, transitive cost

kpa

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[H] verb, intransitive die, perish; become exhausted, overcome; fade; heal

kpaap

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[LL] verb, transitive become resistant, obstinate (of a person, an animal); become difficult (of work, a person)

kpan̄

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

kpee

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[HH] verb, transitive plead, plead with, entreat, beg.

kpeiye

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[HH] verb, transitive plead, plead with, entreat, beg.

kpono

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

kpoịkpoi

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[HH] verb, intransitive go a long distance on foot; limp

kpu

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[L] verb, intransitive fail to come about, fail to materialize; fail to carry out

kpọikpoi

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[HH] verb, transitive peel with hand or knife (as kola, ndiya, cassava); unlock; bleach.

kuoko

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[LLH] verb, transitive rub off, erase, wipe clean, polish

kọn̄kong

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[L] verb, intransitive knock, tap

kọọmkoom

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[HH] verb, transitive greet, thank, congragulate, express

kọọn̄koong

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[HH] verb, transitive hang (an object on a hook, around a person’s neck, cloth pot to dry)

kọọtkoot

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

ma

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[H] verb, transitive like, love (can be used as a euphemism for sex)

mba

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[LL] noun exhaustion, fatigue

mban̄mbang

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[LH] noun the side of the face from temple to jaw

meen̄emeenge

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[HH] verb, transitive; verb, intransitive ignore, delay in responding

mia

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[HH] verb, transitive hit, strike, beat

mkpetok

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[HHH] noun stalk, the place where fruits are attached

mkputakutak

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[HHLHL] noun a kind of insect (similar to millipede)

mmịne inyọn̄mmine inyong

[LLL HD] noun plaintain

mịkmik

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[H] verb, intransitive; verb, transitive undulate, wriggle (in the manner of a maggot); dance with undulating movement

nan̄nang

[L] ideophone sound of nails being driven

ndap

[HH] noun dream

ndip

[HH] noun weeds (syn. NwIp, mbiot, mbit, mbiet)

ndom

[HF] noun a kind of white clay from the river, it is eaten, used as a treatment for diarrhea, used as a whitewash, and is rubbed on the body for decortion or against heat rash

ndubiọndubio

[HLHH] noun little bits of mischief, pranks, crafty, manipulations

ndukpi

[LHD] noun epilepsy, an epileptic

ndọkndok

[HH] noun jest, clowning, embarrassment

ntaa

[HLL] noun a children’s running and hiding game played by moonlight

nti

[HF] adjective good, genuine

ntuurituut

[HHLHDH] noun wart

ntịtuukpuumntituukpuum

[HHLLLL] noun a kind of large forest bird, eagle, it can beat the air with its wings and make a great noise

nuuno

[LLH] verb, transitive smell, sniff (var. n̄uune)

nyamma

[LH] verb, transitive singe

nyen̄nyeng

[LL] verb, intransitive become greedy

nyie

[HH] verb, transitive, verb, intransitive have; intransitive: sg only have to, must; appear to be, exist

n̄kikan ngkikan

[HHH] noun crust from burnt food

n̄kueghengkueghe

[LHHH] noun crybaby, a person who cries at every little thing

n̄warangwara

[LLH] adjective granular, in grains

seeme

[LLH] verb, intransitive lament, complain, regret

set

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

suaan

[LLL] verb, transitive scatter things that are arranged or piled up, strew things about dishevel, disorder

sịmsim

[H] verb, intransitive push as in childbirth

toto

[HH] preposition, conjunction since, starting from (time only)

tuuk

[HH] verb, transitive touch; fig affect

tịmedetimede

[HHH] verb, transitive cause confusion, disturb

tọmtọmtomtom

[LHL] noun pigeon

ubio

[HDH] noun tsetse fly

ufịkufik

[HH] noun oppression

ufọkufok

[HF] noun house

ukpa

[HF] noun lot, quantity, instance of

ukpịpukpip

[LH] noun cssave fufu, it has no smell due to being well soaked before cooking

usʌkusuk

[HF] adverb slow, with care

utuat

[LHH] noun a kind of frog

utọkutok

[LL] noun quarrel

uyagha

[LHH] adjective empty, wasted, devoid of purpose

wen̄weng

[H] verb, transitive soothe, pat, rock a child

yuup

[LL] verb, transitive hit (esp. with a stick, also with hand or fist)

yịtyit

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

yọọkyook

[LL] verb, transitive warm food, reheat afere (soup) (until it is very hot) (pl. of jọk)