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[LL] noun cross the fingers
[LL] pronoun you
[HHL] noun forest
[HL] noun priest
[LHD] noun a dye made from the juice of the fruit or seeds of a plant and colored with charcoal, it is used by women for body decoration; the tree from which the dye comes, Indogofera
[HF] noun practitioner, specialist, expert
[LLL] noun wasp
[HHF] adjective cold
[HHH] noun a stomach ache with diarrhea
[L] verb, transitive join a society, undergo the initiation for a society
[LL] ideophone describes the sudden stopping of noise or action
[L] verb, transitive reveal a secret, narrate a story, convey information, inform, relate, (all have derogatory connotation)
[LH] verb, transitive scramble for something (as children scramble for coins dropped on the ground)
[HH] verb, transitive lick (a spoon or the fingers in eating), eat something soft of liquid with a spoon or fingers
[L] verb, intransitive fall in drops, rain
[LH] verb, intransitive become untidy and wet (of a messy wet animal), become wet, become untidy.
[HLL] noun tongue.
[LHHH] noun big, huge.
[LL] noun tomach; a bag-like object esp one containing air; a musical instrument of the accordian type; a kind of thumb piano made of wood of calabash with metal keys; a play in which the thumb piano is used.
[LL] noun axe.
[HF] noun good, genuine.
[LH] noun heart, gut.
[HH] noun grey hair; mould (on food, leather)
[LHHH] noun a loan
[LLL] noun a flowing gown, usually worn by women.
[LL] verb, transitive hold something in the mouth or between the lips without biting down.
[HH] verb, transitive remove pressure, stop pressing down see fige.
[LH] noun underpants.
[HHF] noun divination; a society devoted to divining, fortune telling.
[HHH] noun partition (in the house made of cloth); section of bush partitioned by boundary markers
[HH] noun uncultivated land, brush (used with the name of certain flora and fauna to mean wild); plot, plantation; followers, descendants, family, people of a particular place (many place names contain the word iikọt)
[HF] noun pus
[HHF] noun bird (generic term)
[HH] noun face, front, future (also eko iso)
[LL] noun a blow with the fist; a charm which enables the wearer to strike powerful blows
[LHL] noun coal tar
[LL] noun hat, cap
[LHHH] noun a kind of dance performed in the moonlight
[LHLLL] number six
[LHH] noun a kind of fish with poisonous spines
[HH] noun hip joint
[HHL] noun blood
[HH] verb, transitive become puckered (of the mouth from acid, of the hands from immersion in water).
[LL] verb, transitive prepare, get ready.
[H] verb, transitive become big
[HH] verb, intransitive go a long distance on foot; limp
[HH] verb, transitive peel with hand or knife (as kola, ndiya, cassava); unlock; bleach.
[H] verb, transitive leave a place, abandon, go away, leave alone
[LLH] verb, transitive space out (in planting)
[HH] verb, transitive cover (esp obscure from view)
[HHH] verb, transitive peel with a knife; sharpen to a point (as a stick, an arrow)
[L] verb, intransitive knock, tap
[LLLH] noun centipede
[HH] noun wrestling, wrestling bout
[HLHLHL] noun armpit
[HLLHL] noun armpit
[HLLL] noun armpit
[LLL] noun path, narrow place, space, gap
[HHH] noun the heavy dregs (yeast) from palm wine which settle at the bottom of the calabash
[H.HL.L] noun a kind small house bat
[HLH] noun trouble, problem, ruckus, commotion
[HHH] noun stalk, the place where fruits are attached
[LH] adjective thin, lean and sickly (of a person)
[LF] noun nasal mucus, phlegm
mkpụriikpu idemmkpiriikpu idem
[LHLLH HL] noun rough skin, tough skin
[LH] conj. so, so that
[LH] verb, transitive open the eyes wide (in surprise because something is in the eye, to scare someone)
[LLL] noun a kind of small green squash, curcurbita pepo
[HF] noun a kind of small fish
[LH] noun flavour, taste (an esp. flavored and elusive one); marrow
[LH] verb, intransitive converse, tell, inform
[LHH] noun calamity
[HHHH] noun eternity
[LH] numeral third, three
[HHLLLL] noun a kind of large forest bird, eagle, it can beat the air with its wings and make a great noise
[LL] noun place
[HH] verb, intransitive become sour
[HHH] noun crust from burnt food
[HHH] verb, intransitive become childish, act childish (pl. of sere)
[LLH] verb, intransitive lament, complain, regret
[LH] verb, intransitive become dizzy
[HHH] verb, intransitive become foolish, stupid (pl. of sịme)
[HH] verb, transitive chop
[LH] verb, transitive place an order
[HHH] verb, transitive cause confusion, disturb
[LL] numeral second
[HDH] noun some
[HH] noun arm and/or hand; handle; power, strength, ability
[LL] noun grave
[LHLL] noun radio (English loanword)
[LHL] numeral five
[HH] noun ear
[HH] noun life, existence, state of being alive, life style, habits
[H] verb, transitive suck
[L] verb, transitive kill
[HH] verb, transitive mix; adulterate (as palm wine by adding water)
[LL] verb, transitive lend; borrow
[H] verb, intransitive swim; become loose
[HH] verb, intransitive shine (of the sun or moon)
[LL] verb, transitive cook a very small quantity of rich afere (soup) (until it is very hot) (pl. of jọk)