ba'2baʔv.chain someone's hands and legsBa ba' zɔlegɔ la.they chained the madman.ba'ariba'aba'ara
bãba̰ʔv.1ride a horse or donkey; ride a donkey cart, bicycle or motorcycleBudaa la bã la boŋa.the man rode the donkey.A bã moto siŋɛ tuuma.she rode a motorcycle to work.Bia la bã la keekee siŋɛ sukuu.the child rode a bicycle to school.7.1Traveling2carry on the backPɔka la bã la bia.the woman carried a child on her back. See: tuke.
ba-ɛbegabá'ʔɛ̰́bəgàba ɛbesin.a kind of insect; tick, that may infest dogs, humans1.5.6Insect
ba'abáʔaba'asin.chaining someone's legs or handsZɔlegɔ ba'a n de a tiim.chaining a madman is the way to control him (prov.)KA/SI
bãarefisemɔlegɔbà̰a̰rə'fɩ́hə'mɔ̀ləgɔbãarefisemɔlɔn.haemorrhoids, piles. A disease of the anal canal resulting from enlargement of blood vessels in the rectum2.2DiseaseKU/TU
ba'arɛ1báʔarɛba'aran.a large metal peg made by a brasscaster. The peg is driven into a wall or the ground within a house. If placed by a spiritually powerful person, it is used to protect someone's spirit from death4.5ReligionDI/'A
ba'arɛ2báʔarɛba'araadj.trusted, reliableA biba'arɛ n bala.that is his trusted child.DI/'A
ba'ãrɛba'̀ʔa̰rɛba'ãran.a bird, the Abyssinian or Senegal rollerCoracias abyssinica1.5.2Bird