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benbɛnbenbɛbeyond; the other side ofndɔɔ mɔ benbɛ mɔBeyond the farmBenbɛ baarɛ.This side.
benɛadjbenɛleftN gyɛ daa benɛ wura.I am a left-handed person.
benkenincoco yamBaa gyi benkeni.Come eat cocoyam.
berɛptc[contrast]Mɔ berɛAs for him/herAs for him; Because of thisMɔ berɛ, ɔ maŋ yɛgɛ kyɛɛ fo.As for him/her, he/she will not forgive you.Mɔ berɛ, isa ne.As for him/her he/she is a good person.Ndɛ berɛ, iŋ boran.As for today, things are not fine.
beri-beri
betekeringown; smockSa me betekeri n' kpe gɛwi.Give me a smock so that I go home.
bɛgasɛadjmixIlaa-bagasɛ ne n dɛ me-ɔbolɛ gigyi ndɛ.Today I only have appetite for food mixed with oil.
bɛgɛvgive wayFɛ' bɔgɛ de a' kyon fɛye asɛ.Give way, so we can pass by you.
bɛlɛvto smelt; to weldKofi gi bɛlɛ gɛkyɔ.Kofi has welded an axe.
bɛlɛngyana type axeMɛ kya kyu bɛlɛngya kyu baalɛ ngya.A hatchet is used to split firewood.They use an axe to split firewood.Bɛlɛngya ne ɔ kyu ŋɛ mɔ-gipɔ iyii sige.This year he used an axe to fell trees in his farm.
bɛrɛɛngenerosityWurubuaarɛ bo bɛrɛɛ sa aye.God is generous toward us.
Bɛselɛ-Anɛ
bii1vknow; recognizeFoŋ baa bii me?Didn't you know (recognize) me any more?
bii2vsingBii ɔlon sa me.Sing a song for me.
biidɛvstruggle; pullI wɔnnɛ ne fɛ kya biidɛ daa?Why are you fighting?
biidɛ-ifuuna kind of grassbiidɛ ifuupull (body)hairs
biifɔɔnsmall animal like a grasshopperDeeri Kuwaku gi keda biifɔɔ.Yesterday Kwaku caught a small grasshopper.
biilaavmagic; jujuƆ biila polisi mɔ.He blinded the police.
biiriadjdark; blackAkosua iman i biiri kampɛ.Akosua's hair is dark.
bilenvrollMɛ bilen gibui belɛ kyu ti ɔbɔ mɔ gɛbunono.They rolled a big stone and covered the hole with it.
bilenten1hurry
bilenten2advquicklyNwame g puru mɔ-bi bilenten.Nwame picked her daughter quickly.
bingirivturn intoYesu gi bingiri nkyu wɔra nta.Jesus turned water into wine.
birivfound guiltyI biri mɔ.He was found guilty.
birigyinbridgeAnewu tɛ birigyi mɔ so.Anewu is sitting on the bridge.