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fɩnfɪ̃ʔv.to stamp something into the groundBafɩn oyi amʋ yi pʋkɩta brɔdɩ amʋʋ ɩdebia amʋ.They have stamped the stick to support the plantain that is falling down.7.2.1.1Walk7.1.9Move a part of the body7.7.3Kick
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kɛklɛ2kɛ́klɛ̂ʔ(H)v.to show off or strutMɩ nyawie bʋ akrakun yinhɛ, ɔtɛkɛklɛ. A certain friend of mine has turkeys. The turkey cock always struts.4.3.2.4Show off7.2.1.1Walk3.5.1.7.3Boast
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mpabʋampabʊaFrom:Akanmpabwan.sandalsWa fʋ mpabʋa amʋ, tsufɛsɛ nsaɩntɔ lablɩ ogya. Fɔ́lɔ. Put on your sandals, the weather is hot, you will get sick.cfntʋkʋtashoes7.2.1.1Walk5.3Clothing5.3.4Clothes for special occasions
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na1na v.1to move using normal means of propulsionObubwi na afutɔ.Birds fly in the sky.7.2.1.1Walk7.2.4.3Fly2to walkAtapʋ amʋ bʋ na amʋ́ ɔkpa sʋ. The hunters are walking on this path. (Perhaps you see their light on the mountain at night).Tsʋn ɔtɩnɛ amʋ nna amʋ. Pass the place I am walking.Kebi amʋ na.The child is walking.cffʋnaaRESPONSE7.2.1.1Walk3to follow a certain courseSɩmpʋa na ɔtsan ha kɛklɛ.Cow boils have different symptoms than boils.Ntsu amʋ ɩna ɩbʋ amʋ abɩntɔ.The stream passes beside the hill.8.4.5.1Order, sequence8.4.7Continue, perseverecomp.ɩna X sʋbecause
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natɩ2natɪ́v.walk; goNɛ́natɩ ayabitɔ yɔ Bumbula ɔkɛ. I will walk (go on foot) to Bumbula tomorrow.Nɛbla kebi amʋ ánɩ́ ɔkʋsʋ natɩ ba. I told the child that he should get up and walk and come.Ɔtɛnatɩ nkoklobitɔ.He always walks in corners (takes the back way).Nɩ mlɩnatɩ a, abɛ́kaɩn mlɩsʋ.When you go we will miss you.Kebi amʋ tamanatɩ tamɛ ɔtɔwɔlɩ. The child doesn't walk, but he crawls.7.2.1.1Walk
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ntʋkʋtantʊkʊta(H) n.footwearMɩ ntʋkʋta latɩtɩ, nɔ́pʋ ya ntʋkʋta ɔlapʋ ɔbɩn mʋ́ ha mɩ. My sandals have torn, I will take them to the cobbler to have him sew them for me.cfmpabʋasandals5.3.2Women's clothing7.2.1.1Walk5.3.1Men's clothing
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nyanka1ɲaŋkáv.1to be crooked or out of alignmentKɛklɛ lada mʋ ɔkponkposʋ, sʋ alatsia nyanka.He has a boil on his buttocks, so he sat crookedly.8.3.1.5Bend2to walk in a mincing manner7.2.1.1Walk3.5.1.7.3Boastder.nyanyankamince
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nyanyankader. ofnyanka1 2REDUP2v.to walk in a mincing mannerƆha amʋ na ɔdɛ ɩbɩ nyanyanka. When the person walks, she is setting her hands in a mincing manner.7.2.1.1Walk
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pɛtɩpɛ́tɪ́ v.to walk slowly and with cautionƆlɛpɛtɩ tsɛ-tsɛ-tsɛ-tsɛ. He walked very stealthily.Nɩ fʋ méeyin pɛtɩ a, fʋmɛ́ɛtalɩ fɩnɩ.If you don't know how to sneak, you can't hunt.Rut lɛpɛtɩ yobwii tati amʋʋ ibun Boas ɩwɩ amʋ. Ɔlɛklɛdɩ mʋ ayabi asɩ.Ruth sneaked up and opened the cloth that covered Boaz. She lay down at his feet.cftsɛ3 1stealthily7.2.6.3Escape4.8.2.3.1Ambush7.2.1.1Walk
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putapútá v.1to come in close contactMmotsu bɛnsɩ sʋ a, nɛlata atɔ amʋ puta. I didn't bring a head pan so I carried the things in my arms.Igye ɔlɛlata kebi amʋ puta.He embraced the child yesterday.cflata2embrace7.3.4.4Hold4.1.8Show affection2to rely on someoneOtoputa mɩ. He always leans on me,He always comes to me for what he needs.Bʋtoputa mɩ. They rely on me.7.1.6Lean4.3.5.3Reliable3to crawl on someoneNtɔntrɔbwɩ bʋ gyi mbwɩ ánɩ́ bʋtamadun, mboun bʋtoputa aha.Ntɔntrɔbwɩ are animals that don't bite but crawl all over people.1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.1.1Walk4to crowd around someone4.2.1.7Crowd, group
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tsa2t͡sáʔv.to step on somethingKebi amʋ tɛtsa ogyasʋ dʋbɩ.The child steps on fire too much.7.2.1.1Walk7.7.3Kickcomp.tsatsatrampleIdiom:tsa afinfi mɔ
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tsɛ3t͡sɛ́ʔ adv.1to walk stealthilyƆlɛpɛtɩ tsɛ-tsɛ-tsɛ bɔtsʋn. He walked very slowly to pass (so that he wouldn't be heard).Ɔlɛpɛtɩ tsɛ-tsɛ-tsɛ-tsɛ. He walked very stealthily.cfpɛtɩsneak6.4.1.1Track an animal7.2.1.1Walk2to walk with a scuffling sound (said quickly)7.2.1.1Walk7.2.1.5Walk with difficulty
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