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mbéedmbêːt̚Dial.var.mbêdn.mod9never; not at allEekíiʼɛ́ á Tɔ́mbɛ́l mbéed.He has never been to Tombel.Cf.mbêb
mbéed edíi mbéedmbêːd èdíì mbêːt̚adv.tneverWeehɛ́lɛ́ɛ́ bɛɛ́n mbéed edíi mbéed.You have not been able to face your friends since childhood.
mbeé e mogmběː è mòk̚Pl.mbeé é mogn9/10clay pot, cooking potCf.mog
mbeé e takum̀běː è tàkùmbeé é takun3pipeCf.mbeé
mbembagmbèmbàk̚n9fogSyn.mbag 2mbimbag
mbembɛmbèmbɛ̀ncrowned eagleStephanoaetus coronatus
mbendembèndèmbenden9/10plaitAwi mwaád awóó mbende éláán á nló.His wife has three plaits on her head.
mbetembètènblack cap
ḿbɛḿbɛ̀numtwo (for nouns of class 4)nkute ḿbɛ,two sacks.See:éʼbɛ
mbɛdmbɛ̀t̚mbɛdn9/10kind of fish
mbɛ́dembɛ́dèn.modtroublesome, whining, nagging
mbɛ́dé1mbɛ́démbɛ́dén9/10wedgeMbɛ́dé pɔ́g ebógké áwī anɔŋ.One wedge of his bed is broken.Nzé weebíiʼɛ́ mbɛ́dɛ́ apɔ́d, énɔnɛ mbwɛ́ metúu.If you donʼt know how to shape a wedge then get inspiration from the ears of a dog. (Prov.)
mbɛ́dé2mbɛ́démbɛ́dén9/10musical instrument, consisting of two strips of wood used to knock together
mbɛdédmbɛ̀dét̚n101chaff2pith3worthlessmbɛdéd é mbaŋ,pith from palm kernels.Cf.enɔ́ɔd é nkogé
mbɛ́ɛ́mbɛ́ːbebɛ́ɛ́n1/2trap (hole dug across a trail to trap animals)Bélímé mbɛ́ɛ́ á ahín-tê.They dug a trap in the bush.Káb enhún mbɛ́ɛ́.The antelope fell into the trap.
mbɛl éʼbōmbɛ̀l éʔbōbebɛl bé eʼbón1/2one who treats the sick, healerCf.ebó
mbɛl é mbə̂lmbɛ̀l é mbə̂lbebɛl bé mbə̂ln1/2herbalist (one who gives native treatment)Mbɛl é mbə̂l akullɛʼ.The herbalist is sick.
mbɛlénsɔ̄nmbɛ̀lénsɔ̄nbebɛl bé nsɔ́nn1/2worker
mbɛlɛ́mbɛ̀lɛ́bembɛlɛ́n1/2cat
mbɛn1mbɛ̀nmbɛnn.mod9/10thin (used figuratively)Mbɛn e mod.A thin man.
mbɛn2mbɛ̀nmbɛnn9/10underside (of a raffia palm branch)Mbɛn chə́ə békɛnnɛɛ́ ndáb ásē.It is with bamboo that the framework of the walls of a house are made.
mbɛ́nmbɛ́nmbɛ́nn9/101sole (of foot)2palm (of hand)Mbɛ́n e ekáá echiitédé mə́ áte.The palm of his hand is soft.
mbɛnɛ1m̀bɛ̀nɛ̀mbɛnɛn3/4bamboos used for making thatch
mbɛnɛ2m̀bɛ̀nɛ̀mbɛnɛn3/4angular elevation like of ladder