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bʋnkpabʊŋ͡mk͡pa(H)pl.abʋnkpan.1riverbedNwunkpodikpodi sɔɔn bʋ Otukpe bʋnkpatɔ.Many tadpoles are in the Otukpe riverbed.1.3.1.3River2valley with a river1.2.1.4Valleyder.ɔbʋnkpabibrook
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Ɩlɩnɪlɪ̃ʔcontractionLɩnpropn.Volta River; Volta RiverBɛlɛ nkuku Lɩntɔ.Nkuku are caught in the lake.1.3.1.3River9.7.2.9Names of riverscomp.Ɩlɩnsʋriverside
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Ɩlɩnsʋcomp. ofƖlɩn-sʋ 1propn.beside the Volta river1.3.1.3River9.7.2.9Names of rivers
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kpayik͡páyiʔ ph. v. ofkpa1yi1v.1land on one's feetNyebi amʋ benya dʋ lɩɩ ɔfʋakpa a, fówun batu kpayi ɔsʋlʋtɔ. The children climb to a high place so that they have jumped down.cfdɩdafallkpa1fallkpadadrop7.2.2.5.1Fallph. v.fuli kpayijump2water flowing verticallyGota amʋtɔ lada ɔbɔ. Sʋ ntsu amʋ dɛkpayi mʋ́tɔ. The gutter has made a hole so the water lands in it.1.3.1.3River
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ntsu ɔbɩnnt͡su ɔbɪ̃ʔ(L)comp. ofntsu 2ɔbɩn2n.the far bank of a river or lake that you have to cross water to get toOyin amʋ lɛfa ntsu amʋ yɔ mʋ́ ɔbɩn.The man crossed to the far bank of the water.cfntsu ɔnɔriver bank1.3.1.3River
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ntsutsont͡sut͡so(H) n.a place to fetch water from; river, well, spring, pipe, etc.Ntsu lalan, sʋ abótua yɔ ntsutso ɔkɛ. Water is scarce so we will get up early and go to the water source tomorrow.1.3.1.3River1.3.1.4Spring, well
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otsubunɔot͡subúnɔpl.ntsubunɔcomp. ofntsu 2ɔnɔ 5n.beach; river's edgeAnɩ ntsusʋ yibi amʋ lalɩɩ otsubunɔ nʋ.Our ship has landed at the beach.1.3.1.3River1.3.1.5Island, shore
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ɔbɩn2ɔbɪ̃ʔ(L) n.opposite bankOyin amʋ lɛfa ntsu amʋ yɔ mʋ́ ɔbɩn. The man crossed over the water (stream) to its other side.1.3.1.3Rivercomp.ntsu ɔbɩnfar bank
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ɔbʋn1ɔbʊ̃́ʔ(H)pl.abʋnn.a streamƆbʋntɔ ntsu bʋ anunlɛ.Stream water is good to drink.1.3.1.3River
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ɔbʋnkpabiɔbʊŋ͡mk͡pabipl.abʋnkpabider. ofbʋnkpa-bin.a small streamNyankpʋ tswie brɛ a, ɔbʋnkpabi fa bʋ alɛ dʋn bʋnkpa yile fa, tsufɛ ntsu tomoni bʋnkpa yiletɔ dʋn ɔbʋnkpabitɔ.It is easier to cross a brook in the raining season than to cross a big stream, because water flows very much than in a brook.1.3.1.3River
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