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ɔlarannfettersOyeebu ɔlaran mɔ gi lii mɔ-giyaa mɔ dɔ.The fetter fell off the mad man's leg.Mɛ da oyeebu mɔ ilaran.They have put the mad man in fetters.
ɔliitenadjits own place of originFɛ' yɛgɛ gi' kii kpe gimɔ-ɔliiten.Let it go back to its own original place.
ɔlolonbonmightyWurubuaarɛ ne n gyɛ Ɔlolonbo.God is the mighty one.Mɔ-ade mɔ pɛwu mɛ gyɛ daa alolonbo.All his people are difficult.
ɔlon2nsong
ɔlon1nstrengthN bo ɔlon nyɛ fo gikyɔ.I have more strength than you.Ɔ bii ɔlon sa asa gigya dɔ.He song a song to people in the market.Asa mɔ mɛ bii ilon tala aye-ansi.The people entertained us with songs.
Ɔlonboasɔnpropa person's name meaning "strength is always right"Ɔlonboasɔ gyɛ wura.Ɔlonboasɔ is a chief.
Ɔlonsonpropa person's name meaning "by force/strengthƆlonso gyɛ ɔnyiilebo.Ɔlonso is a teacher.Ɔ daarɛ mɔ ɔlonso.He used strength to beat him.
ɔlɔkɔnplace to put one's load on and restKofi gi wɔra ɔlɔkɔ.Kofi has put load off his head on a stump.
ɔlɔrɔbonrepairerIwaakyii-ɔlɔrɔbo mɔ gi kpe gyigya.The watch repairer has gone to market.Mɔ-alɔrɔbo mɔ mɛ taasɛ mɔ gɛnɔ-nkyu.Those who settled his case asked him for not showing gratitude to them.
ɔmarasinnback boneKuuri-ɔmarasin gyɛ mɔ-agyɔbo lɛɛ.The back bone of a pig is for those who dress it.Mɛ yɛgɛ imarasin mɔ i gyɔ.They caused the back bones to get rotten.
ɔmɛɛlɛɛwona section of meat/part in a human being/animal's stomachMe-ka ginun laarɛsɛ gyangbarasɛ ne n gyɛ ɔmɛɛlɛɛwo.My wife's first favourite meat is that meat.Imɛɛlɛɛwo mɔ i nyaakyɔ.That part of meat is in abundance.
ɔmɛɛlinnsnot; mucousƆmɛɛlin gi lii fo-bi mɔ ɔŋman dɔ ɔ turu.Snot has come out of your child's nose. It is hanging.N kpɛ n tɛ faa, n kya gyi ne nɛ wu imɛɛlin mɔ, n kya foro me-abaa ne.As for me, if I see snot/mucus when eating, I will wash my hands right away.
ɔmɛɛsɛadjbent thing; benderOyii baarɛ tɛ ntintin. Kpaa laarɛ ɔmɛɛsɛ ba.This stick is straight. Go and bring a bent one.Imɛɛsɛ mɔ i kya kena.The bent ones are not appropriate.Kyu aŋɛnbi-ɔmɛɛsɛ mɔ keda de a' kpe.Take the bender along.
ɔmɔfɔlɛnfrom part/portion of stomachFo gyɔ gɛtoroo mɔ ta mɔ, lɛɛ mɔ-ɔmɔfɔlɛ mɔ sa me.When you dress the antelope give me the antelope's lower portion of the stomach.Mɛ lɛɛ inaadɛ mɔ imɔfɔlɛ kpaa fɛ.They removed the cows' lower portion of the stomachs and sold them.
ɔmɔlɔgɔnriceAŋ kya dɔɔ ɔmɔlɔgɔ aye gɛrɛ.We do not grow rice here.
ɔmɔɔsɛadjto be killedGyuda-awura mɔ yɛɛ, Yesu ɔ' wɔra ɔmɔɔsɛ.The Jews said Jesus should be killed.Iyu ide mɛ gyɛ amɔɔsɛ.These thieves are to be killed.
ɔnaanangrandparent/grandchildMeŋ bo ɔnaana.I don't have any grandparents.Ɔ nyɛ anaana brim.He had a lot of grandchildren.
ɔnanntypeMeŋ tii wu imɔ idɛ ɔnan kerɛ.I have never seen this type before.
ɔnanbantoe soreƆnanba gi wɔra me.I have a sore on my toe.Foŋ kya laarɛ ayaawolɛ gi wɔra mɔ, fo-rɛ inanba ginyɛ ne.If you don't like putting on sandals you are prone to getting sores in your toes.
ɔnanbonfriendMe-kyɛmenɛ laarɛsɛ ne n wu faa.It is my friend, best friend, who died.Ananbo ako mɛŋ bo ginaa de.Some friends are difficult to company with.
ɔnandiintongue; liarMe-ɔnandii gi foo.My tongue is burnt.Fo bo inandii inyɔ.You are a liar.
ɔnanfannwhiskerMɔ-ɔnanfan ɔko gi kyigi.His whisker has come off.Kpaa sɛɛ fo-inanfan mɔ fuɛ.Go and shave your whiskers.
ɔnangyanraceƆ selɛ ɔnangya.He ran a race.Abee mɛ dɛ inangya.Horses are in a race.
ɔnosunnupper lipMe-ɔnosun gi punge.My upper lip is swollen.Mɔmɔ-inosun i siida.They have thick upper lips.
ɔnyennman/power/namesƆ korogɛ ɔnyen.She delivered a baby boy.Ɔ gyɛ ɔnyen.He is powerful.Anyen anyɔ ne n baa laa me.Two men visited me.Mɛ terɛ anyen mɔ, mɛŋ nu me ginyen