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[HF] noun dust
[HHL] noun man, male
[LHLL] noun king
[LLLL] noun electric fish
[LLL HLL] noun strong waves, sea currents, tempest
[LH] noun onion
[H] verb, intransitive be in a place, exist; seem, appear to be
[LL] verb, transitive join a society, undergo the initiation for a society
[L] verb, transitive count, reckon, esteem
[L] verb, transitive cook by burying in hot ashes
[H] verb, transitive cook, prepare food (usually liquid food)
[LH] verb, intransitive fall, fall down
[HL] verb, transitive strain, filter skim
[HH ] verb, transitive wipe up, dab, take a bit(of food to taste, of cream on the finger) pl cleam up, clean away; wipe up a liquid or semiliquid substance(water, faeces)
[HF] noun monkey
[HF] noun rain.
[LL] noun mother.
[LH] noun suicide by hanging a tight knot.
[LL] noun bag, pocket; a piece of woven raffia before or after being sewn into a bag.
[HHHL] noun sacred place where family heirlooms are kept; archive.
[LLL] noun small drum, two or three tuned to different pitches are played at once with the hands.
[LL] noun small; few; a little bit; smallness.
[HH] noun grey hair; mould (on food, leather)
[HH] verb, transitive stick into a narrow space, wedge in, put between.
[H] verb, transitive press gently on a wound with a cloth soaked in hot water, some speakers use fik as the plural of fiik, see fiik, fike, fige.
[HH] verb, transitive bother, harass, worry.
[LL] number two
[HHH] noun partition (in the house made of cloth); section of bush partitioned by boundary markers
[LH] noun someone shorter than normal. a stunted person
[LHL] noun muteness, dumbness; a mute
[HH] noun deafness; deaf man
[HHF] noun year
[HLHL] noun heel of the foot
[LF] noun impotent man
[LLH] verb, intransitive become old; ancient; look old (of inanimate objects)
[LL] number one
[HH] verb, transitive draw water, scoop up liquid (from a stream, well, pot)
[LL] ideophone sound of shoes with heels
[LLH] transitive verb remove palm fruit from the pot with a basin or calabash
[L] verb, transitive turn around, turn back, turn around and go back (used with edem, asin a kpa edem).
[H] verb, transitive judge a case
[HH] verb, transitive plead, plead with, entreat, beg.
[HH] ideophone sound of raw maize being pounded.
[H] ideophone sound of a short blast of a launch horn
[HH] verb, transitive cut through, cut off; pl chop.
[L] ideophone sound of the fall of a very heavy object such as a concrete block or a huge bag of flour, it falls with a thud
[H] verb, transitive loosen, untie, unrap, unfasten, dismantle.
[HHH] verb, transitive peel with a knife; sharpen to a point (as a stick, an arrow)
[H] verb, transitive catch sight of (see)
[L] verb, transitive hang (on a hook, peg, line), spread out to dry; hook, link, lock, entangle (pl. of kọp)
[HHL] noun wing
[LLHD] noun groundnut
[LL] noun side, edge
[HH] verb, transitive contort the face or mouth to show disgust
[HH] verb, transitive insult; disobey, disregard
[LLHL] noun young men (pl. of akparawa).
[HHLHL] noun a kind of insect (similar to millipede)
[LH] noun a kind of yam, fast ripening, it grows in an udder-like formation
[HHH HL] noun shin
[LHHH] noun singlet, sleeveless underwear
[LLH] noun warm
[LHL] interjection no
[HH] noun palm wine, strong alcohol
mmịne inyọn̄mmine inyong
[LLL HD] noun plaintain
[HD] adverb also, too
[LLHL] adjective leaky (var. ndre ndre, ndidIt, ndidIt)
[LLH] adjective alive; raw; fresh (of meat, fish, a wound)
[HF] noun a kind of small fish
[HL] noun two hundred (from an old monetary system)
[HF] noun horn of animal
[LL] noun sore, septic wound
[H] verb, intransitive, verb, transitive dance; fawn on
[HH] noun ochre, a kind of clay used for plastering walls, for floor or wall decoration, and for body decoration
[LL] noun brass or copper bangles worn around the legs from ankle to thigh by fattened brides
[HH] noun a diseased condition of the skin on the legs involving pus filled swellings and cracking of the skin
[HH] noun a women’s society
[LH] verb, transitive singe
[HH] noun the young of an animal
[LL] verb, intransitive crawl (of a baby, a snake)
[LLL] noun a kind of insect, a larva
n̄ket iyakngket iyak
[LF LL] noun dorsal fin of a fish
[LH] noun the hips, the area from the waist to the thigh
[H] verb, intransitive laugh
[LLHL] noun a kind of fruit, possibly breadfruit or soursop
[HHH] verb, intransitive become foolish, stupid (pl. of sịme)
[HHH] verb, transitive disturb, stir
[HH] verb, intransitive become left over, remain
[HH] verb, transitive remove a plug, an obstacle, unblock;
[H] verb, transitive spread, loosen, untie, unlock, unwind, open, melt
[L] verb, transitive put down, set down (a pot on the fire); cook, boil
[LL] ideophone describes a staggering walk
[LH] verb, transitive tortute, torment, punish
[LH] verb, transitive stop from happening, thwart, blunt
[LHDH] noun fourth-born son
[LL] noun a game of struggle
[HHL] noun voice, order, edict
[LH] verb, intransitive become beautiful
[L] verb, transitive doubt, surprise
[HH] verb, intransitive become sufficient, up to the mark