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ibwiibʷi (H) pl.abwicontractionbwi1stonesBalɛ mʋ ibwi. He has fallen into disrepute; no one bothers him. He has been declared an outcast.They have taken out his stoneNɩ bɔtswɩ abwi da fʋ a, fépilan.If they throw a stone at you, it will hurt you.126.96.36.199Rockcomp.afɔdɩɛbwialtarasubwistone pileibwi alatɔcaveibwi ɔbɔtɔcaveiyabwigrinding stonekwebigrinding stonetɔnsɩ kwɛbwigrindstoneIdiom:ɔprada ibwistone, special2slang term for money (plural only)6.8.6Money
siadɩɛsiadɪɛFrom:Akansiadɩɛvaluable items, particularly those that have been hiddenSiadɩɛ gyi fɛ sika fututu, atanibi sika atɔ, sika pɛpɛ, abuto wʋlɩhɛ.Treasure is like silver, cowries, gold, old beads.Siadɩɛ gyi agyapadɩɛ ánɩ́ bɛtɛnya yaɩ.Treasure is valuable possessions they down for safe-keeping.Ɩkʋ a, akʋ bʋtɔpʋ ŋaɩn pututɔ, ɔsʋlʋtɔ, nɩ ɔkʋ ɔnɛntɩ mʋ́ a, labwɛ mʋ siadɩɛ.Some people hide theirs in the bush or ground. If someone unexpectedly finds it, it is treasure for him.6.8.6Money
sikasika 1moneyAlafɛ kpoli sʋ, ɔbʋ sika tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ.He has sold some maize so he has plenty of money.Sika asʋn nɩ.There's not enough money.This is a money matter.Alapʋ mʋ sika amʋ lɔtswɩ sika ɔyaɩkpa Kpando.He has gone to deposit his money in the bank at Kpando.cfkɔbamoney188.8.131.52Metal6.8.6Money2precious metalSika pɛpɛ bʋbia dʋn sika fututu. Gold is more valuable than silver.184.108.40.206Metal220.127.116.11Miningcomp.sika fututusilversika pɛpɛgold