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awawa

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[LLL] adjective green

ayaaya

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[HFHF] noun measles

bʌn̄n̄ọbungngo

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[HH] verb, intransitive become broken, break (of its own accord), usually a long thin object such as a bone or a stick, break up in confusion (of a gathering)

edidiọn

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[LHLL] noun blessing

ibaba

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[LHH] noun a kind of legume used to thicken afere (soup), horse eye bean,, stinging bean, Mucuna urens (Dalziel).

kaka

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[HH] verb, intransitive show off, become pompous

kpan̄n̄akpangnga

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

kpoppo

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[HH] verb, transitive catch in the hands

kpịn̄n̄ekpingnge

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[HH] verb, transitive eat in tiny bits, nibble at, tear into bits, pick at (a sore).

kọkkọkokko

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

kọkkọkokko

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[HH] verb, transitive make way, step aside

mbamba

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[LLLH] noun centipede

mbamba

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[LLLH] noun cowrie shell

mbansan̄mbansang

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[LLHD] noun groundnut

mfiraagha mfiraagha

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[LLLLH LLLLH] adjective dry and crisp, rough

mkpafafagha

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[HLLHL] noun armpit

mkpataatat

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

mkpatat

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

mkpofiofiop

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[HHLHHL] noun buttefly

mkpufiofiop

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[LHDHHF] noun butterfly

mkpufiofiop

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[LHHLHL] noun butterfly

mkputakutak

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

mkpọmkpọrọmkpomkporo

[LHHH] noun skull

mmansan̄mmansang

[LLHD] noun groundnut

mmanyan̄ammanyanga

[LLL] noun a kind of palm oil obtained by burning the palm kernel, its uses include pomade for the skin, medicine for boils and wounds, antidote for poison, (taken as an emetic), protection against juju

mmeme

[LLH] noun warm

mmeme mmeme

[LLHLLH] adjective become soft, weak, easy

mọimọimoimoi

[HHHH] noun a dish of ground beans with oil, pepper and other condiment steamed in leaves (Yoruba)

nainai

[HHHH] noun a metal, tray

ndeden̄ndedeng

[LLL] noun, adjective cold, wet

ndidi

[LHH] noun a plant with a fine bark which is scraped off to mae twine, wild hibiscus

ndidia

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[HHHH] noun food

ndidiino

[HLHHHL] noun the pelvic area (var. edidiono)

ndubiọn̄n̄ọndubiongngo

[HLHHH] noun maze; confusing place full of turns and corners

nsinsi

[HHHH] noun eternity

ntanta

[HFHF] noun smallpox

nten̄e nten̄e ntenge ntenge

[LLL LLL] adverb unsteadily

nyayaka

[LLLH] adjective light in weight

nʌn̄n̄ọnungngo

[HH] verb, intransitive become sweet, delicious, tasty, enjoyable (of food or drink only)

n̄kukungkuku

[LLL] noun an insect of the grasshopper type, it is tan, grey or mottled

n̄kukuangkukua

[LLLL] noun a kind of small rodent with a long snout

n̄kukumkpọyọriyọngkukumkpoyoriyo

[HHHLLLHL] noun locust

n̄n̄wangngwa

[HF] noun second-born daughter

n̄n̄wọọn̄ngngwoong

[HHH] noun water

n̄wan̄n̄angwangnga

[LH] verb, transitive pour into; empty out; wide

sisi

[HL] noun sixpence

tete

[HD] noun grandfather

usʌk usʌkusuk usuk

[HF HF] adverb slowly, carefully

utatan

[HHH] noun beach; sandbar

uwuuwuu

[LHLHL] interjection a sound made to cheer or mock someone