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aduma

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[LLL] noun thunder

aduuk

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[HHH] noun kind, sort, type, lineage

adʌk

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[HF] noun horn, trumpet

awodeen

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[HHL] noun man, male

ayobio

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[LLHH] noun a strong wind

biaan̄a

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[LLLH] verb, intransitive become ruined, spoiled, destroyed(pl of biara)

dan̄adanga

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[LH] verb order the night before in order to have the next day, book overnight, contact to but at a certain time (esp. palm wine, palm wine is generally bought in the morning when it is fresh)

dianna

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[HHH] verb, transitive rev. of dian take away, separate two things that are stuck together, separate out from; change money

do

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[H] verb, intransitive (copula) be

edi

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[HF] noun pig.

fịpfip

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

fọrọforo

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

ideen

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

idoidot

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[L.LH.HL] adjective bitter

ifʌkkọifukko

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[LHL] noun thigh; lap.

kem

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[L] verb, intransitive become suitable, appropriate; fit; measure up to a standard; become complete; become enough

kpam

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[H] ideophone sound of bottle breaking (on the floor, on a basin, on metal).

kpeen̄kpeeng

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[LL] verb, transitive slow down and walk carefully (as when one has seen something dangerous).

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

kpọghọkpogho

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[HH] verb, transitive become loose, untied, unfastened; fall apart.

kpọikpoi

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[HH] verb, transitive cut off the end of a periwinkle ( a kind of mollusk) so the fish can be sucked out.

kịmkim

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[L] ideophone sound made by a heavy round object such as a coconut or palm fruit cluster when it falls to the ground

kọọkkook

[HH] verb, transitive cure, heal, perform juju for curing and certain other purposes (implies grinding medicine)

kọọn̄koong

[HH] verb, intransitive cough

mkpan̄mkpang

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[LF] noun scar

mkpirok

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[LHH] noun piece (variants: mkprok; nkprok).

mkpọmkpo

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[LF] noun nasal mucus, phlegm

mmịnmmin

[HH] noun palm wine, strong alcohol

mmọọn̄mmoong

[HHH] noun water

nnama

[LHH] noun calamity

nsene

[LHH] noun sperm, semen

nyọọnyoo

[LLH] noun jest, joke, a story that pokes fun, clowning

n̄kangka

[LL] noun my mother

n̄kukʌk afiangkukuk afia

[HHH HLL] noun a low fence around a trap, it has one opening through which animals are driven

samma

[HH] verb, intransitive become agile, sprightly, lively, smart (in action or dress)

siọọpsioop

[LLH] verb, transitive to make a sign of disgust, impatience, disapproval, contempt; smack the lips over a good taste

sue

[LL] verb, transitive curse (a curse, a person). revile, insult (var. suun̄ọ, suen̄)

sọnson

[H] verb, intransitive walk with small quick half running steps as when carrying a heavy load

toto

[HH] preposition, conjunction since, starting from (time only)

tuek

[LL] verb, intransitive become supple

tutu

[LL] conjunction, adverb, preposition very much, until, so that

tịptip

[H] verb, transitive to contribute

ubom

[LH] noun canoe

udʌkuduk

[HH] noun rope

ufa

[HH] adjective new

ufia

[LHH] noun slap

unaan̄unaang

[LLL] numeral four

waak

[HH] verb, transitive mix, adulterate (as palm wine by adding water)

wen̄weng

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

yogho

[HH] verb, intransitive, verb, transitive move about, become restless, fidget; move about, wriggle