ɔnyidabonmother's brotherƆnyidabo ne n kya gyiidɛ mɔ-nyidaboana gɛwi.An uncle is one who does whatever he likes in his/her uncle's home.Anyidabo mɔ mɛ mɔɔ tiidɛ geli mɔ dɔ.The uncles killed a goat in the funeral.anyidaboBaseFormnunclesAnyidabo-nsana ne fo laa gyiidɛ ɔfaana.It is in the mist of uncles that you can drag in this way.
ɔŋalɛnodourFo bo ɔŋalɛ ɔko.You have kind of odour.iŋalɛBaseFormnscent; smell
ɔŋanfoliinarrowƆŋanfolii dedaa ne mɛ kya kyu kaala ɔpubɔrɔ.To make a new arrow they look at the old one.Iŋaafolii mɔ i wu ɔyɛ.The arrows have lost their sharpness.
ɔŋaratennhiding placeGɛbii gɛ nyi giselɛ. Gɛŋ nyi ɔŋaraten.A child knows how to run. It does not know a hiding place.Gyanbuɛ mɔ nyi nbuɛ mɔ iŋaraten.The hunter knows the animals' hiding places.
ɔŋɛnbreath/strengthƆ lɛɛ ɔnɛ.He gave up his breath.Ɔŋ bo iŋɛ.He has no strength.
ɔŋmannnoseImɛɛlɛn i bo fo ɔŋman dɔ.There is mucous in your nose.Mɔ-ɔŋman gi dii.He has a pointed nose.Oboroni kamaasɛ ɔŋman kya dii nyɛ anyɛmisɛ bibiri-lɛɛ.Every white person's nose is more pointed than ours, the blacks.
ɔŋmangɛnwidthƆkpa mɔ ɔŋmangɛ boran.The width of the road is alright.
ɔpaanlineage/guinea-wormYesu ɔpaa gi lii daa wura Defidi gesu dɔ.Jesus is from the lineage of King David.Ɔpaa gi lii me-giyaa dɔ.A guinea-worm came out of my foot.Sige owi mɔ gi dɛɛ igyo ipaa.This year the sun burnt our yams vines.ipaaBaseFormnguinea-wormsgilɔtɔ giko
ɔpaafɛnropeƆpaafɛ mɔ mɛŋ bo lon sa naadɛ mɔ.The rope is not strong enough for the cow.Ɔ da mɔ-gumu iman ipaafɛ.She made her hair-do with corn roll.ipaafɛBaseFormnwoven ropeƆ kya da ipafɛ.He is weaving the rope.
ɔpalɛbona paddlerGikoli ɔpalɛbo mɔ gi sii nkyu dɔ.The canoe paddler drowned in the river.Apalɛbo mɔ mɛ kpaa gyan.The paddlers meet.
ɔpannscar; fettersMɔ-gɛmara i bo ɔpan.He has a scar on his back.Me-ayaa dɔ i bo ipan.I have scars on my legs.Mɛ da oyeebu mɔ ɔpan.They put the mad person in fetters.
ƆpenɛbonDeceiverKuaku gyɛ ɔpenɛbo.Kwaku is a deceiver.Apenɛbo ako mɛ kpaa penɛ ɔkyii ɔko.Some deceivers went and deceived a certain woman.
ɔpɛtɛɛnvultureƆpɛtɛɛ kya gyi gibina so.A vulture feed on refuse dump.Ipɛtɛɛ i da gikelan sandɛ-wusɛ asɛ.Vultures gathered around the carcass of a sheep.ipɛtɛɛBaseFormnvulturesIpɛ tɛɛ i mɛŋ kya dɛ asisaa dɔ.Vultures do not sleep in nets.
ɔpiiadjlittle oneFo bi ɔpii mɔ kya lɔ.Your little child is sick.
ɔpikyiinsisterNdenu mɛŋ bo ɔpikyii.Ndenu has no sister.Ndenu bo apikyii.Ndenu has sisters.
ɔpinnintestineMɔ ɔpin gi fondi.His intestine is perforated.Me-sɛ gi kyena mɔ, mɔ-ginun laarɛsɛ ne n gyɛ gɛbuɛ-ipin.When my father was alive his choice meat was an animal's intestines.
ɔpinyennbrotherAkua yɛɛ ɔpinyen boran.Akua says a brother is dear.Apinyen mɔ mɛ ba me asɛ.The brothers came to me.
ɔpɔlɛncastMe-nyi kya ŋara mɔ-aterenbi ɔpɔlɛ-bonboron dɔ.My mother hides her money in an ɔpɔlɛ container.Me-nyi bo ipɔlɛ isa.My mother has three ipɔlɛ.
ɔpɔnpɔnnkind of treeƆpɔnpɔn mɔ gi gyɔ.The ɔpɔnpɔm is rotten.Ipɔnpɔn i yelɛ me ndɔɔ dɔ.There are Ipɔnpɔn trees in my farm.
ɔpɔɔrɛnwallObu mɔ ɔpɔɔrɛ mɔ gi gbaa.The wall of the building is broken.Mɛ ti pɔrɔ obu mɔ ipɔɔrɛ isa.They have built the third wall of the building.ipɔɔrɛBaseFormnwallsobu-ipɔɔrɛ
ɔsaadvfastFilipu gi wɔra ilaa mɔ ɔsa so.Philip did the thing so fast.
ɔsaanin-lawƆsaa dɛnsɛ bo ɔ nyɛsen.It is not easy to come by good in-law.Asaa mɔ mɛ kya kyaa gɛsaakyaa.The in-laws are dancing the in-laws' dance.