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ɔkperɛgyɔrɔnfetish priestKuwaku ne n gyɛ ɔkperɛgyɔrɔ mɔmɔ dɔ.Kwaku is the only fetish priest among them.Ikperɛgyɔrɔ mɔ mɛŋ ba mɛ nyaakyɔ.The fetish priests are not many any more.
ɔkyaanhair of the private partƆkyaa baarɛ bo gisoro.This hair of the private parts (pubic hair) is long.Ɔ sɛɛ mɔ ikyaa.He has shaved the hairs of his private parts.
ɔkyannlineMɔ-ɔkyan mɔ gi mɛɛ.His line is crooked.Ɔ ŋmaalɛ ikyan gudu-inyɔ ndɛ wolɛ.He weeded twelve lines today alone.
ɔkyenncooked bloodKuuri ɔkyen bo kon.Cooked blood of the pig is sweet.Ikyen i gbigi gyogyi dɔ.Cooked blood was in abundance during the yam-festival.
ɔkyenatennsitting placeMeŋ nyɛ ɔkyenaten gɛkyaa mɔ dɔ.I did not get a sitting place in the dance.Sukuu-nbii mɛ kya yiyɛɛ de ikyenaten.School children are suffering for seats.
ɔkyɛgyiina type of tree / feverƆkyɛgyii mɛŋ bolon de ɔgya.Ɔkyɛgyii tree can not stand fire.Ɔ kya lɔ ɔkyɛgyii.He has fever.Ikyɛgyii i bo ofulii so.Ikygyii trees are in the grassland.
ɔkyɛmenɛnfriendKyu ɔkyɛmenɛ dɛnsɛ.Take a good friend.Akyɛmenɛ ako mɛŋ boran.Some friends are bad.
ɔkyiinwomanƆkyii mɛŋ bo otu fɛɛ, ɔnyen.A woman is not as brave as a man.Akyii mɛ kyon gigya.The women have gone to market.akyiiBaseFormnwomenIdɛ kon berɛ, akyii mɛ san maa wɔra anyen-lɛɛ ilaa-wɔra.This time round, women do men's work.
ɔkyiibelɛnsɛ-gɛmanpuuna type of weedMɛ kya gyi ɔkyiibelɛnsɛ-gɛmanpuu ipɔ.They eat the soup of ɔkyiibelɛnsɛ-gɛmampuu.
ɔkyiibelɛnsɛ-giyaa-kpankparanna type of treeƆkyibelɛnsɛ-giyaa-kpankparan mɛŋ kya wɔra oyii belɛ.Ɔkyiibelɛnsɛ-giyaa-kpankparan does not make a big tree.
ɔkyiifɔnbrideAsunkpa gyɛ ɔkyiifɔ.Asunkpa is a bride.Ide berɛ akyiifɔ agyudɔ ne.This food is for the brides.
ɔkyiinyinelderly womanMe-ka gyɛ daa ɔkyiinyi.My wife is a mature woman.Akyiinyi so-o ne n ba geli mɔ.Only mature women came to the funeral.
ƆkyobonenemyAye-ɔkyobo gyangbarasɛ ne n gyɛ Ilaa Nyɛnyɛn Pɛwu Gɛmu.Our first enemy is Satan.Mɛ laa kpaa daa aye-akyobo de mɛ' kɔ de aye.They will help our enemies to fight us.
ɔkyogyoontype of treeƆkyogyoo oyii bo kampɛ.Ɔgkyogyoo tree is nice.Adedaabo akyii mɛ laarɛ ikyogyoo ipɔ gigyi.Women of the old days loved ikyogyoo soup.
ɔkyuliidɛtennexitLɔɔri baarɛ berɛ mɛŋ bo ɔkyuliidɛten.This lorry has no exit.Ikyuliidɛten i nyaakyɔ lɔɔri mɔ dɔ.There are many exits in the lorry.
ɔlaavsomethingFo kɔlɛ me mɔ, ɔlaa laa wɔra fo.If you joke with me, something will happen to you.Ilaa i wɔra aye.Something has happened to us.
ɔlaakaterɛvtackleMɛ kya sin mɔ, ɔ da mɔ-nanbo mɔ ɔlakaterɛ ne ɔ tɔrɔ.He tackled his neighbour as they wrestled and made him fall.Mɛ kyu ilaakaterɛ loo iseeli mɔ dɔ.They introduced tackling into the play.
ɔlaakɔnintelligenceƆ nyi ɔlaakɔ.He has some common sense.
ƆlaakɔnyibonWise personƆ gyɛ ɔlaakɔnyibo.He is a wise person.
ɔlaalaanplucking sickKyu ɔlaalaa mɔ ba de a' tɛɛ mango mɔ.Bring the plucking stick for us to pluck the mangoes.Ilaalaa mɔ iŋ bo gisoro.The plucking sticks are not long enough.
ɔlaarɛbonloverƆkamaasɛ bo mɔ-ɔlaarɛbo.Each one has his/her lover.Gɛkɛ gɛbono fo wu' mɔ mɛ laa wu fo-alaarɛbo.Your lovers will be known on the day that you die.alaarɛboBaseFormnloversAsa abono mɛ kya laarɛ fo ɔko ilaa.Those who love you.Nɛ tɔrɔ wu' n dɛ gɛrɛ mɔ, fo laawu me-alaabo.If I fall here dead, you will see those who love me.
ɔlaawusɛnsufferings/hardshipsƆlaawusɛ kpɛi-kpɛi laa tu fɛye.You will face different sufferings.
ɔlabanbonbarren personƆ gyɛ daa ɔlabanbo.She is barren.Mɛŋ gyɛ alabanbo.They are not barren.alabanboBaseFormnbarren peopleAsa abono mɛŋ kya korogɛ mɔ.Those who don't produce children.
ɔlanbannoiseNbii nko gi kya wɔra ɔlanba.Some children are making some noise.
ɔlangaranntype of treeMɛ kya kyu ɔlangaran salɛ ipinbii.They use ɔlangaran tree to make pestles.Ilangaran iŋ wɔra aŋmin.Ilangaran is not always knotty.