taŋ1tɑ̃́🔊tɑ̃n1calabash - long curved neck; vine - only used for making the container for food and wine (distinguished from oil palm by saying taŋ ŋkaŋLagenaria siceraria1.5.2Bush, shrub6.7.7Container2calabash - only used for making the container for food and wine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
tetə1advso much so that...Zɨʉ kieʼ Mbouʼmbi kweɨ, te mɨyooŋ mʉŋʉ ma kuaʼ nɨnee ŋgɨʉ.” You see how God has helped, so much so that our things all rose up and went."9.2.2Adverbs2interja word used to indicate an emotional effect of the following clauseA gieʼ, “Te ma nzu kɨ ?” He said, "So what will I eat?"9.2.7Interjections3advuntilA faʼ te ŋkyeŋHe worked until he was tired.9.2.2Adverbs4advgives the effect to the preceding verb that the person should try to do that action (not knowing if there will be success or not). (Only used with verbs in imperative mood.)Kuaʼ sye te!Try to get up!