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oduduunspirit/power/weightWurubuaarɛ-Oduduu gi suudɛ Paul so.The Holy Spirit filled Paul.
odunnkind of treeOdun mɔ bo alii asa'.The odum tree has three logs.
oduuntailFo kya laarɛ bala ansi dɔ fo wu mɔ, keda mɔ oduu dɔ.When you want to see the face of the ape, get hold of its tail.
ofirinalbinoOfiri mɔ iman i pɛɛrɛ.The albino's hair is red.
ofulingrass landOfuli mɔ kya dɛɛ.The grass land is burning.
ofuntunna type of treeoyii, ɔŋ bo lon de giŋɛnot strong in chopping down
ofuunhair; nothingƆŋ tii nyɛ baa ofuu.He has not got a single hair.Mɛ too asawu kaladɛ, mɛŋ nyɛ baa ofuu.They fished all night long they got got nothing.ifuuBaseFormnbody hairMɔ-nyoro so i bo ifuu.He is hairy.Mɛ kya kyu isandɛ ifuu wɔra akuru de ikuntun.They use hairs for making cloths and blankets.
ofuulingrasslandSunwura tɛ ofuli so.Sunwura stays in the grassland.
ogbefuuigbefuuBaseFormnmane of a lion or sheepMɛ kya kyu sandɛ igbefuu kyu baa gɛkun.They use a sheep's mane to gɛkun.
ogbekelinrow/ series of persons or things in straight lineOgbekeli kolon ne ɔ taga yɛɛ, ɔ laa sola.She arranged one row that it is what she will carry.igbekeliBaseFormnrowsƆ kyu mɔ-itasa gyan teebulu so igbekeli so.She arranged her pans in rows on a table.
ogbelindust/fine dust in the airLɔɔri gi mɔ bun aye ogbeli.The lorry has smeared us with some dust.
ogbulonkind of gameA kya too ogbulo.We are playing 'ogbulo'.
ogeencliffI bo ogee gikyɔ.The valley is too steep.
ogennedgeKyu ibirikisi mɔ gyan ogen mɔ so.Put the bricks on the edge.igenBaseFormnedgesFo kya pɔrɔ gɛsolii mɔ, mɔɔ igen mɔ wɔra.When you are building an oven, do not show the edges.
ogulugulunhunting placeAgyanbuɛ ne n gyɛ Ogulugulu dɔ anabo.Hunters are the ones that walk in Ogulugulu.
ogyeretennbathing placeɔkyii bigyeretenBaseFormnbathing placesSiarɛ i bo igyereten bo-ayensɛ.Shiare has a scarcity of bathing stalls.
ogyesikpannlast`year's yam farmOgyesikpan baarɛ dɔ a nyɛ igyo pa-a.In this farm of last year we had a lot of yams.
ogyi-wɔratenn??nno kyaasɛ kya gyi wɔra mɔ
ogyibarangirl friend/boy friend/loverƆnyen abɛɛ ɔkyii ɔbono fo kya dɛ de mɔ yɛgɛ fɛŋ dena abara.Man or woman whom you sleep with without marriage.agyibaraBaseFormnmen/women lovers out of marriageƆkyii mɔ kya don laarɛ agyibara gikyɔ.This woman likes making love with men a lot.
ogyibarabinchild of a concubine
ogyibelɛbongluttonyisa ɔbono ɔ kya gyi gikyɔone who eats a lot
ogyisɛnused for eating/edibleGɛnɔ/mɔ-gyoono nyɔsɛ baarɛ berɛ gyɛ ogyisɛ.Mouth/ this second dog for him is edible.
ogyitenneating placeA' kpe ogyiten.Let us go to the eating place.
okilinlevelƆ sola nkyu wɔra nkɔrɔn mɔ dɔ ne i fo okili nyɔsɛ mɔ.She carried water into the tank up to the second level.
okinndepthImɔ-okin i laa wɔra fɛɛ, nyɛmesɛ-gibaa ɔtɔngɛ-kara.Its depth was about the length of a person's arm reach.