apondoapondó(H) day old fufuApondo gyi fufu ánɩ́ ɔyɩ lakɛ mʋ́sʋ. Aha tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ bʋtekle mʋ́ gyi, tsufɛ mʋ́a abɛ oputsu bʋ agyilɛ. Apondo is fufu that the world has lightened on. Many people like to eat it because it and palm nut soup have palatability.Apondo is fufu from overnight. Many people like it because it is good with palm nut soup.126.96.36.199Remain, remainder188.8.131.52.2Pound in mortar and pestle184.108.40.206Prepared food
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ɩpa2ɪpaʔ(H) contractionpa1hatMbʋ ɩpa kʋ. Nɩ nobun mʋ́ a, owí tamatɔ mɩ. I have a hat. If I put it on the sun never burns me.Bwii fʋ pa nwun.Take off your hat.5.3.1Men's clothingIdiom:kpantsapaflattery2the splintered end of a fufu mortarOplimbi ánɩ́ bʋ ɩpa a, ɩbʋ atɔ awɔlɛ. Ɩtɛha fufu tɔwa ɔsa pɩn dʋn oplimbi kpakpahɛ.The mortar that has a hat, is easy to pound with. It makes fufu smooth faster than a bald mortar.220.127.116.11.2Pound in mortar and pestle
kwɛ2kʷɛ́ʔ(H) to grind somethingNɔyɔ kwɛ mɩ kpoli gate amba. I am going to grind my maize at the grinding mill and come back.Nakwɛ tɔnsɩ amʋ.I have ground the pepper.Nɔ́pʋ tɔnsɩ amʋ nakwɛ amʋ lɛ oputsu. I will use the pepper I have ground to make soup.cfkpi 1scrape18.104.22.168.2Pound in mortar and pestlecomp.kwebigrinding stonetɔnsɩ kwɛbwigrindstoneph. v.kwɛ nunamistreat
oplimbioplimbi(H) dial. var.eplimbiSpl.mplimbia wooden bowl for pounding fufuOplimbi amʋtɔ bʋ okulu, sʋ fufu towie mʋ́tɔ tsɔtsɔ. The mortar is deep so it can hold a lot of fufu.Amponsa letsia sre oplimbi brɛ ánɩ́ ɔbʋ nkpa.Amponsah used to carve mortar when he was alive.22.214.171.124.2Pound in mortar and pestle
oplímbioplímbiʔ pl.mplímbipounding stickOplímbi ánɩ́ bʋ ɩpa a, ɩbʋ atɔ awɔlɛ. Ɩtɛha fufu tɔwa ɔsa pɩn dʋn oplímbi kpakpahɛ. The pestle that has a hat, is easy to pound with. It makes fufu smooth faster than a bald pestle.Nɔpʋ oplímbi kpɩsa buntisʋ, nɛba a, ɩlasunki da.I leaned the pestle against the fall and when I came back it had fallen over.126.96.36.199.2Pound in mortar and pestle
wɔwɔ 1to pierce something; to stab someoneBɔpʋ pɩa wɔ Yesu abɩntɔ. They took a spear and pierced Jesus' side.Nɩ fʋdɛ abɛ gyɔɩ a, kɩ wanklaan, tsufɛ mbɛtɛ amʋ tɔwɔ aha.If you are removing the palm nuts from the palm heart be careful because the palm thorn pierces people.Ayinti bʋ mɩ ndɔtɔ dʋbɩ sʋ yinti lawɔ mɩ ayabitɔ.There are many stumps in my farm so a stump has pierced the bottom of my foot.Owu lawɔ mɩ, sʋ bɛlɛ mʋ́ ha mɩ. A thorn has pierced me. So come remove it for me.cfwotiidiscover7.8.5Make hole, openingph. v.wɔ kosi2to pound somethingwɔ fufupound fufuFufu wɔ bʋ ɔnlɩn, tamɛ ɩbʋ agyilɛ.It is hard to pound fufu but it is good to eat.cfpɩmpound188.8.131.52.2Pound in mortar and pestle3to injure someoneWɔ mʋ tswɛ.Punch him.der.wɔwɔthrob4hurt with words; to say something hurtful with wordsNɛblɩ oblikpini wɔ mɩ kulu.I spoke indirectly and hurt my husband.184.108.40.206Criticize220.127.116.11Do evil to