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gbaavkneelingBonlia
gbaa-evtryingBonlia
gbaan1vto kneelBonlia
gbaan2vkneel downNinmonn-booru
gbaanevkneel downBonlia
gbaant1vto kneelBonlia
gbaant2nkneel downGbanant binbeŋ
gbaarvwrestleBonlia
gbaatNinmonn-booru
gbaata2irreg. infl. ofgbaatir2
gbaatir1pl.gbaata1nleperPoobat yaja din tee gbaatire. Poobat's grandfather was a leper.Konlaanfoouk lek tee gbatire, ŋaan u mɔk likirii pamm.Though Konlaanfoouk is a leper, he is very rich.RnWBim20Bonlia
gbaatir2irreg. infl.gbaata2nleprosyGbanantouŋ
gbaatsɔɔa certain leperBonlia
gbab1v-objto put on clothSuuk, guutin kin gbab chinchenn ki baar.Suuk, wait for me to put on my cloth and come.Bonlia
gbab2v-objto foldSoot kadaauk na ki gbab munlee.Hold this paper and fold it into two.Bonlia
gbabinvfolding/putting on a clothBonlia
gbabinav-objclothed youN baa yet a ŋɔɔe din daa chinchenn ki gbabina sinsin.My father said he was the one who clothed you for the first time.Bonlia
gbabinɔv-objclothed herPoo na sɔrɔe daa chinchenpaan ki gbabinɔThe woman's husband has clothed her with a new cloth.Bonlia
gbabintv-objclothing Mine tun gbabint n ŋaapoo binkur.I have been clothing my wife every year.Bonlia
gbabitvundressBonlia
gbabitav-objundress youFii kii pa chinchenn na likirii see ki n gbabita niib ni.If you refuse to pay for the cloth I will undress you in public.Bonlia
gbabitɔv-objundress him/herJoonbaarɔɔ na won gbabit Niibla u gɔɔn ni.The rapist undressed Niibla whilst she was asleep.Bonlia
gbabuv-objdressingKonduuk chinchenn gbabu ŋan.Konduuk's dressing is very nice.Bonlia