Likpakpaanl – English
kichookproper forest (with big trees) kidaagookadulteryU gɔr kidaagook. He roamed/committed adultery.udaagoor / bidaagoobadulterer/supiidaagooor / bipiidaagoobadulteress/es kidaakpriceYaa kpa kidaak. They (hens) don't sell well. (don't have price)Kidaak pɔɔ pam.It is very expensive. (price hard intensifier)Kidaak diin.It is cheap. (price soft) kidaanpl.tidaanowner-identification markdaan kidaan put mark on
kidaŋ1injuryU kan kidaŋ. He was injured (he saw injury)2.5.2Disease
kidaŋ2big bridge across a river kidapɔkrpl.tidapɔrsmall piece of bark removed from a tree
kidifeŋcfidipl. ofndikifeŋhead of guinea corn (see idi and kifeŋ)220.127.116.11Food from plants
kidifɔfɔŋcffɔfɔkkidiiktall building, tower kiduŋenmity, hostilityWaah kpo na, u kuln kiduŋ ki nan bi ti ni bikaasisik ni na.By his death he abolished the enmity which was between us and them.
kifeŋpl.tifenncfidipl. ofndikidifeŋkiyuufeŋhead of grainkidifeŋ head of guinea cornkiyuufenn head of millet18.104.22.168Food from plants
kifileekstomach (crop) of a fowlU chuu chee nyan kifileek, ni tijikaar ti bi ki ponn ni na..He shall remove the crop and its contents. kifuukcfgeen1kigangeefuuknoiseU kpa kifuuk. He is making a noise. (He has noise.) kifuurkbreathTɔ, kifuurk mu aa nan bi tiwon ngbaan ni.But there was no breath in the bodies. kigaakpride (in a bad sense)U kpa kigaak. He is a proud person. (He has pride)