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fa2fáʔ(H) v.1to burstApubeble dɛmɔsɩ alɩɩ mʋ apu lɛfa. Big-belly was laughing so hard that his belly burst.Mɩ kɛklɛ lafa.My boil has burst.7.8.1Break2to start suddenlyƖtrɛ lafa. A quarrel has broken out.8.4.6.1Start something8.4.8.3Sudden
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fʋn ɔkpatɔcomp. offʋn1 2ɔkpa 1-tɔ 2v.to beginBɔpʋ amʋ agyʋma amʋ fʋn ɔkpatɔ, bɛɛ ndɛ bɔ́yɔ mʋ́ sʋ.They have begun the work.They say today they will continue working on it.They took their work reached a place. They say today they will go on it.cffi X asɩstartCheck difference between fi asa and fʋn ɔkpatɔ8.4.6.1Start something
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hɩhɩɛhɪhɪ́ɛʔ From:Akannhyehyɛv.1to establish somethingLowu gyi ɔkpʋnʋ ɔdakpa ánɩ́ Bulu lahɩhɩɛ ha nyankpʋsa. Death is the resting place that God has established for mankind.8.4.6.1Start something2to dress well
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lʋnlʋanlʊ́nlʊ́ãʔ(L)v.to revive a sick personNɩ mégyi Owusu lalʋnlʋan Yaokebi a, tɛkɩ alawu.If not Owusu that revived Yaokebi, else he should have died.8.4.6.1Start something2.5.6.4Lose consciousness
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tiitíː v.1to meet something unexpectedlyBrɛa bʋdeki ndɔ amʋtɔ a, beyetii akpin amʋsʋ. When they were roaming through the farm they came across the garden egg.Brɛa nɔyɔ a, saa ɔbʋ obuto ɔdɛ atɔ gyi. Neyetii mʋsʋ. The time I went, unexpectedly he was in the room eating. I came on him.cf1meetwotiidiscover4.2.1.2Encounter2to make a gaping holeƆlɛka Natɩ ipu tii. He cut spider's belly open deeply (all the way into the stomach).8.2.4WideIdiom:ɩwɩtɔ tiidiarrhoea3to start (of rainy season)Nyankpʋ latii. The rains have started.8.4.6.1Start something
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tsii2t͡síːv.1to uproot; to pull out something connected at one endTsii batɛ amʋ ɩtɛ ha mɩ ampʋ lɛ mɩ asʋtɔ. Pluck a chicken feather for me so I can clean out my ears.7.3.2.7Take something out of somethingcomp.tsii opunistartleder.tsitsiipluck2to appear violently3to suddenly startƆlɔpʋ ansɩpɛ tsii ɔsrɩ gya Ologyo ɔkpa. He was desperate so he suddenly started running after Ologyo.8.4.6.1Start something4to blaze upOgya letsii kɩta paya oyi amʋ. Fire sprang up and caught (burned) the avocado tree.Ogya amʋ detsii ɔswɩtɔ. The fire is burning on the hearth.5.5Fire
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tsɔ1t͡sɔv.to begin somethingBɩ ánɩ́ sʋ batsɔ agyʋma amʋ yɔ nɩ.They have now begun the work.8.4.6.1Start somethingcomp.ɔtsra tsɔdalɩbɩtsɔkwɩɩborn, first
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tsuat͡súaʔv.to start from somewhereOlotsua mʋ́ asɩ tsu Wurupong ya Tɛpo.He started from Wurupong and went to Tepo.Synfitiastart8.4.6.1Start somethingder.tsutsuabeforecomp.asɩ otsuakpabeginning location
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yaɩyáɪ́ v.1to put down something carefullyNapʋ yaɩ ɔpʋnʋsʋ. I have put it down on the table.Nɩ fɔkʋsʋ a, fayaɩ atɔ dɩnka mpa amʋsʋ wanklaan.When you get up, dress the bed well.cftɩtɩ3train8.4.6.1Start something2to appoint or install to an official positionBayaɩ owie pɔpwɛ ndɛ.They have installed a new chief today.4.5.3.4Appoint, delegateph. v.la X yaɩ3to provide for a childƆlɛyaɩ obi amʋ, tamɛ ɔmɛbʋla mʋ. He provided for the child but didn't raise him properly.He provided for the child but he didn't fill him.Napʋ amʋ́ yɛyaɩ sukuutɔ. I put them into school (at a distant place).4.3.4.5.1Provide for, support6.3.1Domesticated animal4to cause to remain in one place8.4.5.3.4Delay7.2.6.2Prevent from movingph. v.da X yaɩkɩta X yaɩrestrainsi X yaɩomit 5to be done priviously, as precedent8.4.5.2Before
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