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omolekenstinking bug usually found among okroOmoleke mɔ son mɔ gi sɔɔ gɛrɛ pɛwu gyi.The stinking bug's smell can be smelled all over here.Omleke gi laarɛ ngbini dɔ gikyena.It likes living in okra plants.
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omuumuundump personOmuumuu mɔ bo lon pa-a.The dumb person is very strong.imuumuuBaseFormndumbMɛ gyɛ daa imuumuu.They are dumb.
onosunnupper lipKerɛ ɔ onosun feferenben mɔ.Look at your big upper lip.
onsiparangreedyAsa ako mɛ bo onsipara.Some people are greedy.
onufuiinincenseOnufuii mɔ bo fen gikyɔ.The incense is very fragrant.
onungbonleader of a group of woman particularly those being initiated into the fetish cultOnungbo menyi gikyaa.Onungbo does not know how to dance.
onutennauditoriumƆ kpe ilaa-onuten kpa nu ilaa.He went to the auditorium to hear / listen to things.
onyinmotherOnyi ne n nyi mɔ-bi ɔtɔ dɔ akon.It is the mother who knows whether her child is hungry.
onyibelɛnmother's older sisterOnyibelɛ-dɛnsɛ ɔko gi don onyi.Some good elder mother (aunts) are better than a mother.
onyiilebonteacherOnyiilebo baarɛ berɛ bo gisen pa-a.This teacher has a lot of patience.anyiileboBaseFormnteachersAnyiilebo mɛŋ kyɔ sukuu mɔ dɔ.There are not many teachers in the school.
onyikpɔɔranmother's younger sisterMe nyikpɔɔra gi bame asɛ deeri.My younger mother (aunt) came to me yesterday.
Onyimɔ-Lɛɛnpropa woman's name meaning "she knows her own"Mɛ kpere Onyimɔ-Lɛɛ sukuu.They sent Onyimɔ-Lɛɛ to school.
onyisebonone of the six child killer diseases/kind of scknessOnyisebo kya nyɛla nbii mɔ pa-a.'Onyisebo' disturbs a lot the little children.
opinnintestineIpatɛɛ i kya laarɛ nbuɛ-ipin gigyi.Vultures like eating animals' intestines.
opininbiinpestleOpininbii ne ɔ kyu taa mɔ-gɛmiimara mɔɔ gɛnen.It was a pestle that used to hit the back of his head and killed him.ipininbiiBaseFormnpestlesO nyi ipininbii gisalɛ.He knows how to carve/make pestles.
opiyatufuona kind of birdOpiyatufuo kolon mɛŋ kya naa; gɛnen mɔ mɔ-ra mɔ-kuli abɛɛ mɔ-ka.This bird does not move alone, unless with the husband or wife.
osintenadjlast pointMɔ-lɛɛ osinten ne.That is his last point.
osobonthighGiyaa-gɛmara.The back of a human/animal leg.isoboBaseFormnthighsMɔ-isobo i kiirɛ fɛɛ, ɔ kyena daa abii dɔ.He/she has big thigh as if he/she stayed in mountainous area.
osubunrelativeMɔ-subu ɔko gi ba mɔ-afaala.One of his relatives has come to pay him a visit.asubuBaseFormnrelativesMe kee n bo asubu gɛrɛ.I have also got relatives here.
osulunncryingNɛ kyu osulun dabɔlɛ wɔra gɛsun mɔ.I did the work whilst crying.
osunturubunperson who cannot hearFo gyɛ daa osunturubu do-o?.Are you deaf?
otiinpegƆ da mɔ otii yii.He has pegged him.itiiBaseFormnpegsƆ yii itii gɛsinkpan mɔ ɔkara-ɔkara.He has put pegs on the boundary.
otinponnbroad/main roadƆ lii baa ten otinpon dɔ.He joined the main road.
otintirinnhind part of human footƆ kya kyise me-otintirin.He is stepping on my heel.