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soovset/carryƆ kya soo me idoo.He is setting traps for me.Ɔ soo gɛsola belɛ.He is carrying a big load.
soodavcollectNyangbon kya ba. Sɛlɛ lii kpaa sooda nkyu.It is threaten to rain. Run out and collect water.
soolɛvprotect/rearN kya soolɛ gigyo giko-oyuduu.I am protecting a certain kind of yam.
sorogɛvdenyOyu mɔ gi sorogɛ yɛɛ, ɔŋ wu aterenbi mɔ.The thief denied that he had seen the money.
sosonabove skySoso nno Wurubuaarɛ tɛ mɔ.Up there where God is staying.
sosorosuiadjabout thicknessKuuri mɔ gikɔɔrɔ gi kerɛ faa sosorosui.The pig's bottoms is thick.
vcutsɔ abiila anun de me kee n' sɔ anun de a' kyu malɛ aye gibuu mɔ
sɔgancarry on backOboroniana mɛŋ nyin nbii-gisɔga.They do not know how to carry children on their backs.
sɔgɛvsnatchƆ sɔgɛ fo-gɛbgɛ lii fo-abaa dɔ.Snatched your shirt from your hands.
sɔlɛvspareƆ sɔlɛ gɛbii nyɛnnyɛn mɔ yɛgɛ ndɛ.He spared the bad boy today.
sɔlɔganchild after whom the mother is pregnantFo gyɛ daa sɔlɔga.You look like a child that is not weaned enough before its mother is pregnant again?
sɔnvget hotNkyu mɔ gi sɔn.The water is hot.
sɔngavbreatheƆŋ ba ɔ kya sɔnga.He is not breathing any more.
sɔɔvbuy/takeƆ kya sɔɔ akuru sa mɔ.He buys clothes for her.Ɔ kya sɔɔ gyi daa.He buys before he eats.
Sɔɔgyinpropthe day of rest in the Akyode weekSɔɔgyi mɔ a mɛŋ kya kpe ndɔɔ.We do not go to farm on sɔɔgyi.
sɔɔlavbe pregnant whilst the previous one is still very littleƆ kya don sɔɔla mɔ-biana.She/he likes to get pregnant when the previous ones are still very little.
sɔponpot with holes used for roasting (ale) a kind of nutsA maŋ taalɛ kii akatuwa sɔpo dɔ. I lii fɛɛ ɔ bo ibɔ.We can't roast groundnuts in the 'sɔpo', because it has holes in it.
sɔrɔvproduceOyii mɔ kya sɔrɔ abi.The tree is bearing fruits.
sɔrɔgɛvdenyYesu gi tɔgɛ sa Piita yɛɛ, ɔ laa sɔrɔgɛ yɛɛ, ɔ mɛŋ nyi mɔ.Jesus told Peter that he would deny him, saying that he does not know him.
sɔrɔkɔnporcupineSɔrɔkɔ bo iwɛ. Ɔ sɔɔ ginyadon mɔ ɔ kya too imɔ.The porcupine has quills (lit: thorns). It throws them when it is angry.
suvcrying/weepingƆ kya su.She is crying.
sudivkickedGɛbii mɔ gɛ sudi de gibui ten gɛmɔ-giyaa nanbi.The child kicked against a stone and hurt his toe.
suɛɛvtransplantingƆ kya suɛɛ akutu.He is planting an orange.
sugudivtangle/mix upAsawu mɔ a sugudi.The net is tangled.
suiivdrink the soup after finishing the fufuƆ kya suii ipɔ mɔ?Is he drinking the soup?