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aduu

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[LF] noun whisper

ata

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[LH] noun challenge, dare; resolution

bak

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[L] verb, intransitive become cruel, mean, mischievous, destructive

bọịyọboiyo

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[LH] verb, transitive imitate

dọn̄ọdongo

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

ebe

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[LH] noun husband

ebek

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[HF] noun a bundle of ten, twenty, fifty, etc..

efọk

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[HF] noun nest.

ekam

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[LF] noun randmother (maternal or paternal).

esarisa

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[HHHH] noun having few feathers or sparse hair.

etop

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[LF] noun message; fame.

feghe

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[LH] verb, intransitive run, run away.

foop

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[LL] verb, transitive remove water with a bowl from where it is not wanted (esp bail out a boat), scoop liquid from one container to another.

fịpfip

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

fịrefire

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[LLH] verb, transitive forget.

fọrọforo

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[LH] verb, intransitive put on clothes, wear.

ibaba

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

idet

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[HF] noun hair (on the head or growing densely as on the head).

ifịkifik

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[HH] noun a small round leech found in dry mudflows.

ikiba

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[LHL] noun a calabash for serving palm wine, it has a filter at its mouth to hold back the dregs.

ikike

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[LHL] noun reasoning power, common sense, intellect.

ikọiko

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[HF] noun word, language, talk; matter, palaver (difficulty, trouble, verbal conflict, gathering for negotiation or decision).

ikọtikot

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[HH] noun feces

inyan̄inyang

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[LL] noun river

inyọọninyoon

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[LHH] noun a cripple

ita

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[LH] number three

(Igbo) atọ

itafiọnitafion

[LHLL] noun a kind of bird, black with a white throat and a large beak (Goldie a small hornbill)

itene

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[HHL] noun cooking hearth

kpakka

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[HH] verb, transitive lose ones temper and take some action (decide to do something or become stubborn), act in a fit of anger.

kpan

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[L] verb, transitive restrain, prohibit, stop; warn; rebuke

kpan̄kpang

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[H] 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).

kpook

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[HH] verb, transitive chop

kpọikpoi

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[HH] verb, transitive peel with hand or knife (as kola, ndiya, cassava); unlock; bleach.

kpọikpoi

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[LL] ideophone sound made by someone walking in studded shoes.

kuat

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[HH] verb, transitive scrape, scrape off, shave

kuọikuoi

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[HHH] verb, transitive peel with a knife; sharpen to a point (as a stick, an arrow)

kịtkit

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[H] verb, transitive catch sight of (see)

kọppọkoppo

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

mbakara

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[LLHH] noun European

mbara

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[HHL] noun dew dripping from the trees

mbio

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[HHH] noun dirt, refuse, garbage

mfat

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[HH] noun itch, rash, crawcraw

mkpa nnʌkmkap nnuk

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[LH HD] noun ring

mkpaatʌkmkpaatuk

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[LHLH] noun a kind of plant with similar properties to akpaakpa ikpaaRa (the plants that if pulled out gets its roots back to the ground and grows up again)

mkpafagha

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[HLLL] noun armpit

mkpak

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[LH] noun penis, some speakers say that this is a polite term, others that it is slang, still others that it is a childs word

mkpap itịt

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[HH HL] noun outer part of the vagina - labia majora

mkpasop

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[HHH] adverb a small, hard, round objects, seed, kernel, grain

mkpediọghọmmọọn̄mkpedioghommoong

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[LLLLH HLL] noun a pool of water

mkpetịmutakmkpetimutak

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

mkpọnọmkpono

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[LHH] noun wheel (bare without a tire)

mkpụriikpu idemmkpiriikpu idem

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[LHLLH HL] noun rough skin, tough skin

naan̄naang

[HH] verb, intransitive become stupid

ndek

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

ndip

[HH] noun weeds (syn. NwIp, mbiot, mbit, mbiet)

ndise

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[HHH] noun picture, photo, film, spectacle

nditọndito

[LLL] noun children, young animals (used as pl. of ayin, nyịn)

ndu

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

ndubeghe

[LLLH] noun business

ndubịkndubik

[LLL] noun wickedness, maliciousness

ndusʌkndusuk

[LLH] adverb perhaps

ndutən̄ọndutengo

[HHHH] noun a corner inside a house

ndịkndik

[LH] noun fear

nna

[LH] conjunction so, so that

nnuene

[HLLH] noun ant

nsiim

[LLL] noun a kind of basket used for catching fish or crabs, small ones are made of palm fronds, large ones of cane

nsin̄nsing

[HF] noun the gums

nsọnso

[LH] noun my father

nyen̄nyeng

[LL] verb, intransitive become greedy

nʌghọnugho

[LH] verb, intransitive bend a part of the body, bend all the way over; become bent

nʌn̄n̄ọnungngo

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

n̄kanda ngkanda

[LLLL] noun a large bird with long colorful feathers, it lives near the river; a play connected with ekpe society, by the old men of the society, many drums are used

n̄karikangkarika

[LLHF] noun a plant with hot peppery fruit and leaves which are chewed esp with palm wine

n̄ketngket

[LF] noun lead (metal)

n̄kubengkube

[HLF] noun athlete’s foot

n̄kuekngkuek

[LHL] noun crybaby, a person who cries at every little thing

n̄kukungkuku

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

n̄kukungkuku

[LHH] noun clan chief

n̄kʌkngkuk

[LH] noun the hips, the area from the waist to the thigh

n̄wanangwana

[HH] verb, transitive fight; struggle; try

n̄wara ngwara

[LLH] adjective granular, in grains

n̄wenengwene

[HH] verb, intransitive flicker; transitive: flash a light on and off

n̄wọmmọngwommo

[LH] verb, intransitive make faces to scare a child

siaak

[HH] verb, transitive split, tear, cut up, divide; open; reveal, give an answer, give an explanation, mention (var. siak)

suagha

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

temme

[LH] verb, transitive explain, direct, tell how

tim

[L] verb, transitive taste liquid, take a sip, sip

tobo

[LH] verb, transitive place an order

tuara

[LLH] verb, intransitive become short, squat, and fat (of people or animals)

tịbetibe

[LH] verb, transitive stop from happening, thwart, blunt

ubeet

[LLL] noun room

udi

[HF] noun trouble

ufia

[LHH] noun fifth-born son

ukpʌp unenukpup unen

[LLHH] noun cloaca of a chicken, hindquarters of a chicken (?)

ukịmukim

[HH] noun silk cotton tree, Ceina pentandra (Deizel)

un̄wanaungwana

[LLH] noun earning a living; struggling

usʌkusuk

[HF] adverb slow, with care

usọuso

[LH] noun your father

uwem

[HH] noun life, existence, state of being alive, life style, habits

yeghe

[LH] verb, intransitive become hot, warm