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abeden̄abeden

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[LLL] noun valley, abyss, chasm, gorge

abuusi

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[LLHL] noun cat

abọikpa

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[LHHL] noun adolescent girl

adufiip

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[HHHH] noun cold, cattarrh

adufịp

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[HHH] noun cold, cattarrh

aduma

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[LLL] noun thunder

afịọn̄

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[HHH] noun moon, month

akube

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[HHF] noun chameleon

atuep

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[HHF] adjective cold

ba

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[L] verb, transitive find and keep

beiye

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[HH] verb, intransitive become unsalted, unseasoned, become deficient

biaan̄a

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[LLLH] verb, intransitive become ruined, spoiled, destroyed(pl of biara)

bọịboi

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[L] verb, transitive imitate

dia

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[HH] verb, transitive eat

dọọkdook

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[HH] verb, transitive climb (tree, hill)

edere

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[HHH] noun a day before business; Sunday; church service, church used in the names of certain market days (days of the week)

edop

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[HF] noun a kind of large antelope.

efịkefik

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[LH] noun disease involving swelling of the testes; an insult (if a person called another person efik and make a fist it is a challenge to fight).

ekpa

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[LL] noun tomach; a bag-like object esp one containing air; a musical instrument of the accordian type; a kind of thumb piano made of wood of calabash with metal keys; a play in which the thumb piano is used.

emian̄emiang

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

esan̄esang

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[HH] noun walking stick.

ese

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[LL] noun eulogy.

etop

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[LF] noun message; fame.

fia

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[HH] verb, intransitive become white.

fu

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[L] verb, intransitive become lazy.

fịbefibe

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

fịnọfino

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[HH] verb, transitive bother, harass, worry.

iba

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[LH] a small cloth warn at the waist by mourning widows.

ibe

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[LF] adjective become unsalted, unseasoned; become deficient.

idaat

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[HHL] noun crazyness, mad person.

ikọtikot

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[HH] noun skin, leather, anything worn around the waist, a belt (esp. a covering of beads around the waist (many strings of beads worn together)); a razor strop

inuen

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[HHF] noun bird (generic term)

isantịmisantim

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[LLLL] noun hippopotamus

isan̄isang

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[LH] noun debt

iso

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

isọiso

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[HH] noun someone shorter than normal, a stunted person

itoon

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[HHL] noun garbage pit, refuse pit

kaa

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[LH] verb, transitive go to, go for

kaama

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[LLH] verb, transitive stir (as in soup)

kan

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

koi

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[HH] verb, transitive draw water, scoop up liquid (from a stream, well, pot)

kpap

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[H] ideophone sound of firewood breaking; sound of corn cracking as it roasts.

kpuun̄ọkpuungo

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[LLH] verb, transitive alter, change, become different, differ, vary

kpọtkpot

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[H] adverb only

kpọọn̄ọkpoongo

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[LLH] verb, transitive space out (in planting)

kuọrọkuoro

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[LLH] verb, intransitive preach, repeat over and over, moralize, advise

kịppekippe

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[LH] verb, intransitive snap, break from too much strain (of a rope); sg only break away, leave a place and rush to another

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)

kọkkọkokko

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[LH] verb, transitive let fall from the mouth, spit out (food, not liquid)

mbai

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[HHL] noun wing

mboro

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[LLH] noun banana

meghe

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

mkpafagha

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[HLHL] noun armpit

mkpafagha

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[HLLL] noun armpit

mkpatat

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[LLH] noun a creeping plant with tiny leaves, Selaginella scandens

mkpeti

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[LHF] noun tree, big/heavy log of wood

mkpọkpọrọmkpomkporo

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[LHHH] noun skull

mmi

[LL] pronoun my

mmm

[LHL] interjection no

mmịnmmin

[HH] noun palm wine, strong alcohol

naam

[HH] verb, transitive affect, influence (as in influence of alchohol or drug)

nan

[L] verb, transitive blind

ndek

[LH] adjective fresh (not cooked, dried or smoked)

ndidia

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[HHHH] noun food

ndiidịtndiidit

[LLHL] adjective leaky (var. ndre ndre, ndidIt, ndidIt)

ndise

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[HHH] noun picture, photo, film, spectacle

ndisoon

[HHHH] adjective toughness and coarseness in texture due to exposure to the sun or other causes

ndu

[LH] noun flavour, taste (an esp. flavored and elusive one); marrow

nduwughọnduwugho

[HLHH] noun stain

ndịtndit

[HF] noun vein (esp. in the arm)

nsan̄nsang

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

nsia

[LLL] noun intestines

nsʌn̄utomnsungutom

[LH HL] noun village crier, he beats a drum and makes announcements

nti

[HF] adjective good, genuine

nyayaka

[LLLH] adjective light in weight

nyịmmenyimme

[LH] verb, transitive squeeze (a fruit, a wet cloth). press (oil from ayop), milk

n̄kam ngkam

[LF] noun my grandmother

n̄kemngkem

[LH] noun color, many colors (ason cloth, or an animal)

n̄kukịmngkukim

[HHH] noun thorn, splinter, nail (fastener), needle

n̄weem ngweem

[HH] verb, transitive lick, lick off

n̄weenngween

[LL] verb, intransitive become black

siere

[LLH] verb, intransitive dawn, enter a new day, remain until the new day, make it through the night

soon

[HH] verb, intransitive become tough and coarse in texture due to exposure to the sun or other causes and unable to be softened by cooking

suagha

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

tedọtedo

[HL] noun tailor (English loanword)

tiaara

[HHHH] verb, intransitive scream, shout at, often with mkpo (var. tiara)

tuaak

[LLL] verb, transitive crumble

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)

tọọn̄ọtoongo

[HHH] verb, intransitive kneel

ubet

[LL] noun room

udọtudot

[HH] noun sliminess, stickiness, a viscous secretion

ukeet

[HLL] adverb completely

ukpa anyen

[LF LL] noun state of being walleyed, wall-eyes (eyes that turn outward)

uma

[HH] noun miser, tight-fisted person

unyan̄unyang

[LF] noun a kind of fresh water eel

utuo

[LLH] noun spider web

yokko

[HH] verb, transitive, verb, intransitive see at an unexpected time or place, occur unexpectedly, do unexpectedly

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)

yọiyoi

[HH] verb, transitive saw, cut with a sawing motion (an animal’s throat, or in shredding certain leaves such as afan̄)(pl. of jọọk)

yọppọyoppo

[HH] verb, transitive sharpen on a leather strop