Entries Explained

The Bimoba entries consist of a headword followed by a part of speech in italics and a definition in English. This may be followed by an example sentence.

In the first example there is an alternate pronunciation form of the noun meaning bicycle.

The following example shows two numbered senses of the headword. One is an adverb and the other is a participle.

The following word is an adjective.

The example below shows two homonyms, i.e., headwords that are spelled the same but have distinct meanings. These are identified by subscripts.

The following example shows a verb with an example sentence. The font size was decreased in the transfer. Please look at the full entry of "yakin."