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[LL] number forty
[LH] noun meeting place
[HDH] quantitative other, another, more
[HHH] noun bee
[LL] noun the first wife
[HLF] noun sneeze
[HFHF] noun measles
[HHH] noun a stomach ache with diarrhea
[LLHH] noun a strong wind
[H] verb, intransitive be in a place, exist; seem, appear to be
[LH] verb, intransitive lean against, lean on(for help)
[LH] noun pawpaw
[HL] noun headtie
[HHH] verb, intransitive itch
[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)
[HHF] noun porcupine.
[LL] noun flying squirrel.
[LF] noun randmother (maternal or paternal).
[LH] noun rat, mouse (gen term).
[LLL] noun small drum, two or three tuned to different pitches are played at once with the hands.
[LL] noun court, council meeting.
[HH] verb, transitive stick into a narrow space, wedge in, put between.
[HHHH ] verb, transitive; verb, intransitive turn, twist, twist around, twist together (poss involves a more complete turn or twist than fiak); iv become twisted (of its own accord); turn (of a wheel).
[L] verb, transitive pluck (feathers, hair, weeds).
[LH] verb, intransitive put on clothes, wear.
[HLHL] noun red
[LH] noun belly
[LH] noun witchcraft, witch.
[LH] noun calabash (gen term), Lagenaria vulgaris (Dalziel); a calabash container; any small container to drink from; a standard measure (about a cup) for gari, rice, beans.
[HH] noun someone shorter than normal, a stunted person
[HF] noun earth, land, ground, floor, country, a council of elders
[L] verb, transitive perceive, feel, sense, taste, hear; understand; listen to, heed; respond to
[LL] verb, transitive become resistant, obstinate (of a person, an animal); become difficult (of work, a person)
[HH] verb, transitive become puckered (of the mouth from acid, of the hands from immersion in water).
[L] verb, transitive even, even if, unless, not even.
[L] verb, transitive pay attention (used with utON, as in a kpaN utON, listen).
[H] verb, transitive pay
[LL] verb, transitive learn; teach
[LLH] verb, transitive trim (branches, hair), cut down (a tree)
[HH] verb, transitive peel with hand or knife, unlock
[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)
[LL] verb, transitive knock
[HHL] noun wing
[LLHH] noun European
[LLLH] noun centipede
[LL] noun side, edge
[HHH] noun shreds, particle
[HHH] noun hunger
[HHHH] noun kind of plant, where it is found the soil is fertile, its leaves contain an acidic liquid used for cleaning wounds and cleaning snails, its stem is chewed, bush cane, Costus after (Dalziel)
[LHL] noun brain
[LH HDH] noun ring
[LF] noun scar
[LHL] adjective small
[LLL] noun path, narrow place, space, gap
[LHLH] noun a kind of caterpillar, found at the top of oil palm trees, edible
[LLL] noun prison, jail, detention
[LHHH] noun skull
[HHH] noun handcuffs, leg cuffs, shackles
mkpụriikpu idemmkpiriikpu idem
[LHLLH HL] noun rough skin, tough skin
[LLH] question where?
[HH] verb, transitive frown, screw up the face, have an unhappy, disgusted, distasteful or disapproving look on the face
[LH] noun dew, moisture on leaves
[LH] adjective fresh (not cooked, dried or smoked)
[HHHH] noun food
[HL] noun two hundred (from an old monetary system)
[LLLH] noun business
[LHL LL] noun a kind of plant, its leaf is ground up and used to treat yews
[L] verb, intransitive become straight; become right, correct
[HFHF] noun smallpox
[LLLH] adjective light in weight
[HHLL] noun cornsilk, the tassel at the end of an ear of corn
[HH] verb, transitive, verb, intransitive have; intransitive: sg only have to, must; appear to be, exist
[LLH] noun jest, joke, a story that pokes fun, clowning
[LLL] noun an insect of the grasshopper type, it is tan, grey or mottled
[HH] verb, transitive lick, lick off
[HH] verb, intransitive flicker; transitive: flash a light on and off
[LH] noun [Eng] cigarette
[HH] verb, intransitive become lost, disappear, cease (of customs)
[H] verb, intransitive become lost, disappear, cease (of customs)
[HH] verb, intransitive become left over, remain
[LH] verb, transitive dip out, ladle out (with a spoon or the hand); beckon with the hand, touch slightly to get someone’s attention
[LH] noun a kind of grey rock which is crushed to a powder and used as a cosmetic for the eyes
[HH] ideophone sound of a car (automobile) horn
[LLL] verb, transitive crumble
[HH] verb, transitive tickle
[H] verb, intransitive beat, pound (esp food in a mortar, clothes on a log)
[HDH] noun some
[HF] noun strength, force, power
usʌk usʌkusuk usuk
[HF HF] adverb slowly, carefully
[HF] noun skill, talent
[HHL] noun voice, order, edict
[L] verb, transitive sacrifice
[L] verb, transitive tear, rend, scratch, tear off, tear up, tear out; pay a debt in installments
[H] verb, transitive suck
[HH] verb, transitive startle, surprise, take unawares (esp of an unexpected visitor)
[H] verb, transitive cause a desire in, a craving for, a longing for
[H] verb, transitive wash; rub on, apply (oil, ointment); lick
[HH] verb, intransitive, verb, transitive move about, become restless, fidget; move about, wriggle
[H] verb, transitive attach, put together, fasten, lock, hang (from a point, or curtains, tie on so that it may hang)
[HH] verb, intransitive become sufficient, up to the mark