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abọn̄abong

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[HH] noun mosquito

aderimbot

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[LLHF] noun world

adikpo

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[HLL] noun sweat

adufiip

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[HHHH] noun cold, cattarrh

atuep

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[HHF] adjective cold

ayio

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[HHL] noun sunshine, the suns rays, daylight; weather, season, time, the times

ban

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[H] verb, transitive sharpen

bian̄abiaanga

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[HHHH] verb, transitive deceive

biyo

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[LH] verb, transitive pass, pass by, cross

daap

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[LL] verb, transitive remove from the embers what has been roasting there (plural of dappa)

dʌkduk

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

dọn̄ọdongo

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

edem

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[LL] noun the back (anat).

ekiko

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[LLL] noun civet cat.

ekpan

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[LH] noun suicide by hanging a tight knot.

ete

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[LH] noun father, old man, respectful address or reference to a man.

fep

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[L] verb, intransitive dodge, duck, move aside, move away, move out of the way; tv dodge.

fịkfik

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[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.

fịpfip

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[L] verb, transitive pluck (feathers, hair, weeds).

ibịtibit

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[HF] noun drum.

idan̄idang

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

ideen

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[HHL] noun men (pl. of owodeen).

idiọkidiok

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[HHF] noun gorilla (Goldie baboon, chimpanzee).

imʌkimuk

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[LH] adjective dwarf, small in size, left over

inan

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[HH] noun deafness; deaf man

inua

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[HHF] noun mouth

inuuk

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[LHL] noun whistling

isantịmisantim

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[LLLL] noun hippopotamus

isan̄isang

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[LH] noun debt

isọn̄isong

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[HF] noun earth, land, ground, floor, country, a council of elders

ita

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[LL] noun a blow with the fist; a charm which enables the wearer to strike powerful blows

kan

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[L] verb, intransitive become able, know how; tv surpass, excel (used in making com- parisons), triumph over, beat (win)

koot

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[HH] transitive verb call, invite, read

kpaan

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[LL] verb, transitive restrain, prohibit, stop; warn; rebuke (pl. of kpan)

kpaan̄

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[HH] verb, transitive cut with a glancing motion (as in scraping bark from a tree, peeling the rotten part from a yam, shaping a pestle out of wood) (pl. of kpaN)

kpak

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[H] verb, transitive crack (nut, palm kernels) with a stone

kpekkpeek

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[L] verb, transitive cajole, entice, lure.

kpoomo

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[HH] verb, transitive catch in the hands (plural of kpoppo)

kpịrakkpirak

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[HH] verb, transitive become restless; make rapid, jittery movements, fire crackling, wood breaking; describes the action of starting up in fright

kpọọn̄ọkpoongo

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

kpọọrọkpooro

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[HHH] verb, transitive walk here and there, zigzag

kuoko

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

kuọrọkuoro

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

kọnsịnkonsin

[HL] noun government; white colonial officer; English consul

kọọbọkoobo

[LLH] verb, transitive remove from a hook, remove what hangs; unentangle (esp. wipe away strands of cobweb) (rev. of kọp [L])

mbiọn̄mbiong

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[HHH] noun hunger

mbọkọmboko

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[LLL] noun sugar cane, Saccarum officinarum (Dalziel)

mbọribọmboribo

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[LHLH] noun gooseflesh

mfi

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[HH] noun periwinkle

mkpa inuun

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[LH HDH] noun ring

mkpaatʌkmkpaatuk

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[LHLH] noun burnt wood; the burnt wood left on the ground after a piece of farmland has been burned for planting

mkpidọn̄mkpidong

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[HHL] noun a kind of plant with small bitter fruits

mkpofiofiop

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[HHLHHL] noun buttefly

mkpịn̄mkping

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[LH] adjective thin, lean and sickly (of a person)

mkpọnọmkpono

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[LHH] noun wheel (bare without a tire)

mmọọn̄mmoong

[HHH] noun water

mọimọimoimoi

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

ndudọọrọndudooro

[HLHHH] noun effort, struggling; the matrimonial state

ndusʌkndusuk

[LLH] adverb perhaps

ndʌknduk

[HF] noun horn of animal

nnama

[LHH] noun calamity

nnʌknnuk

[HL] noun knuckle

nsin̄nsing

[HF] noun the gums

nsọnso

[LH] noun my father

nta

[LH] numeral third, three

ntan

ntan

[LH] noun a small plant, its leaves are irritating to the skin, Urera mannii

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ntʌn̄ntung

[LL] noun brass or copper bangles worn around the legs from ankle to thigh by fattened brides

nyiik

[HH] verb, intransitive whine (of a child)

n̄kukumkpọyọriyọngkukumkpoyoriyo

[HHHLLLHL] noun locust

n̄kọkọtngkokot

[LLL] noun a boil on the finger or toe

n̄wommongwommo

[LHH] noun a shrine

saak

[HH] verb, intransitive laugh (plural of sak)

saara

[HHH] verb, transitive scratch the ground (of an animal, of children at play); toss away what is rejected from a sorting process (pl. of sara)

sak

[H] verb, intransitive laugh

sappa

[HH] verb, transitive abuse, humiliate

sop

[H] verb, intransitive become lost, disappear, cease (of customs)

sʌkhọsukho

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

sọọtsoot

[HH] verb, transitive cluck at to show annoyace or disgust

tap

[L] verb, transitive entice, lure, bribe, cajole

tido

[LH] noun a kind of grey rock which is crushed to a powder and used as a cosmetic for the eyes

top

[H] verb, transitive eject, hurl, throw, shoot, sting

tukọtuko

[LH] verb, transitive tortute, torment, punish

tʌktuk

[L] verb, transitive grate

tịmedetimede

[HHH] verb, transitive cause confusion, disturb

tịptip

[H] verb, transitive to contribute

tọitoi

[HH] verb, transitive awaken

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)

udaisi

[LHLL] noun rice

udop

[HH] noun weight

ukam

[LF] noun your grandmother

ukana

[LLL] noun fate, luck

unaan̄unaang

[LLL] numeral four

unadot

[LLL] noun universe

unyan̄unyang

[LF] noun a kind of fresh water eel

wen̄weng

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

wʌbewube

[LH] verb, transitive lose feathers

yat

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

yet

[H] verb, transitive wash; rub on, apply (oil, ointment); lick

yọppọyoppo

[HH] verb, transitive sharpen on a leather strop

yọọn̄ọyoongo

[HHH] verb, transitive spread with the palm of the hand (mud, plaster, water on the wall or floor)