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abuusi

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[LLHL] noun cat

adektrik

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[LHLL] noun electricity

adesi

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[LHL] noun rice

adukpọkadukpok

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[LHL] noun a plank, the board for the game of draughts (checkers)

afo

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[LL] pronoun you

akan̄

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[LH] noun famine

akpan

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[HF] noun square basket woven of cane or rattan

akpokoro

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[LHHH] noun table

aku

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[HL] noun priest

akube

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[HHF] noun chameleon

ayịm

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[LH] noun onion

baba

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[HH] verb, intransitive become in need of, get into straits about (refer to a chronic or long term situation or deprivation); straiten, put into straits

beem

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[LL] verb, transitive watch out for; wait to do harm to; watch over, protect, look after

bọọt

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[HL] noun ball

dep

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[L] verb, intransitive fall in drops, rain

duaha

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[HHH] verb, transitive swoosh, shake, rinse water around in the mouth or bottle.

dusịmedusime

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[HLL] verb, intransitive to fool around.

dọn̄ọdongo

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[HH] verb, transitive become sick, become sick with

ebe

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[LH] noun husband

eka

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[LL] noun mother.

ekere

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[LHH] noun a single (or double?) pronged metal gong.

ekondo

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[LLL] noun world.

eku

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[HH] noun meat, rat.

ekọmekom

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

emian̄emiang

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[HHF] noun a kind of large bat found in the bush, fruit bat.

eset

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[LH] noun the olden days, ancient past; time immemorial.

ewuọọtewuoot

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[LHHH] noun a loan

ewịraewira

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[LLL] noun a flowing gown, usually worn by women.

fia

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[HH] verb, intransitive become white.

fiop

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[HH] verb, intransitive become hot, warm.

ibaan

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[HHL] noun women, wives

idektrik

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[LHL] noun electricity

idʌkiduk

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[HH] noun rope.

ikpọmkpo

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[LH] adjective big

ini

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[LL] noun time

in̄wan̄ingwang

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[LH] noun; adjective farm

isantịmisantim

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[LLLL] noun hippopotamus

isịmisim

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[LL] noun tail

itiat

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[HHH] noun stone, mile

ition

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[LHL] number five

(Igbo) ise

iwọn̄iwong

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[HH] noun hip joint

koono

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

kpaat

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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 (pl. of kpat)

kpak

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[L] verb, transitive try to persuade, urge, importune, dun.

kpam

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

kpan

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[L] verb, transitive restrain, prohibit, stop; warn; rebuke

kpap

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[H] verb, transitive talk rubbish; brag; talk lewdly, vulgarly

kpappa

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[LH] verb, transitive lift something very heavy and of huge girth requiring both arms around it; try to carry something heavier than one is capable of, take on more than one can manage

kpee

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[LL] verb, transitive stand in a relative position.

kpoppo

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[HH] verb, transitive catch in the hands

kʌppọkuppo

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

kọkkok

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[H] verb, transitive grind between two stones (small things such as beans, pepper); w pl kọọk cure, heal, perform juju for curing and certain other purposes (implies grinding medicines)

kọn̄ọkongo

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

kọọghọkoogho

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[HHH] verb, intransitive, verb, transitive (iv) become set (of a trap), become piled up, heaped up; (tv) cary piled up (a stack of bulky things such as books or firewood, walking is impeded)

kọọpkoop

[HL] noun cup (esp. a metal or enamel cup); cigarette tin or other container used as a unit of measure for beans, rice, gari

mfuọtmfuot

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[HHL] noun a kind of edible frog (prob a water frog)

mkpịran̄ ukotmkiparangukot

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[HHH HL] noun shin

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

mkpọnọmkpono

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[LHH] noun handcuffs, leg cuffs, shackles

mmuum

[LHL] adjective without response

mmọọn̄mmoong

[HHH] noun water

muum

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[LL] verb, transitive take hold of, grab, catch (in the arms), grope

ndisa

[LHH] noun yam stake, a stick placed in the ground for the yam plant to climb on

ndisọkndisok

[HLL] noun prickly heat

ndukpak aya

[LHL LL] noun a kind of plant, its leaf is ground up and used to treat yews

niak

[LL] verb, intransitive walk with legs apart (like a person who has a boil, or something between his legs)

nnuene

[HLLH] noun ant

ntanta

[HFHF] noun smallpox

ntịmntim

[HH] noun a women’s society

nyọọnyoo

[LLH] noun jest, joke, a story that pokes fun, clowning

n̄ketngket

[LF] noun lead (metal)

n̄kọpngkop

[LH] noun oyster

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)

sak

[H] verb, intransitive laugh

sat

[L] verb, transitive select, select out, sort out

sem

[L] verb, intransitive shine, glitter, sparkle, reflect light (of a metal in the sun)

set

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

suka

[HL] noun sugar (possibly English loanword)

sʌkhọsukho

[LH] verb, intransitive faint, lose consciousness; become lowered

sịmsim

[L] verb, transitive reach, get to, arrive at

sịrensiren

[HL] noun shilling

sọksok

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

sọọpsoop

[HH] verb, intransitive become quick, early, often; become sharp

tukọtuko

[LH] verb, transitive tortute, torment, punish

tịkketikke

[HH] verb, transitive tickle

tịnnọtinno

[LH] verb, intransitive become sluggish

tịn̄n̄etingnge

[HH] verb, transitive eat a little bit at a time, pick up and eat tiny bits of food (such as grains of rice), pick tiny leaves

ubom

[LH] noun canoe

usan

[LL] noun dish, plate, bowl

usukkeed

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[LHHL] number nine

(Igbo) eteghiete

uwa

[LL] noun life, destiny, universe, creation

uwam

[LH] noun fishhook

wʌtwut

[H] verb, transitive cause a desire in, a craving for, a longing for

yaa

[LH] verb, intransitive become beautiful

yappa

[HH] verb, intransitive talk a lot, chatter, become unable to contain anything or keep a secret

yat

[H] verb, transitive burn, sting (as pepper, iodine)

yok

[H] verb, intransitive move about, become restless, fidget

yon̄n̄oyongngo

[HH] verb, intransitive wander (aimlessly or with a purpose), go here and there (of one who has many places to go and many things to do)