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flɔɩflɔ́ɪ́ v.1to peel the skin from somethingFlɔɩ blɔdɩ amʋ ɔsasʋ, abɔ ampesie agyi. Peel the plantain quickly so that we can cook it sliced, so that we eat (it).cfmaɩn 1detachpɩɛɩscrapesre 1carvesre 3peel5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin2hatch an eggBatɛ amʋ laflɔɩ abɔnɔ asa, lasi anyɔ. The chicken has hatched three eggs. There are two left.2.6.3Birth1.6.3.1Egg
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kwɩɩkʷɪ̌ː v.to become a parent (mother or father) to someoneMɩ yin lakwɩɩ obitsɩbi.My mother has given birth to a baby girl.Nɩ bɔkwɩɩ ɔkʋ ndɛ a, ɩsɛsɛ abéfi ɩwɩ bʋabʋa ha mʋ lowu. If someone is born today, It's necessary that we prepare ourselves for their death.2.6.3Birthcomp.kwɩɩ dwiinbirth painsder.ɔkwɩɩkɛbirthdayɔkwɩɩpʋparentcomp.ɩkwɩɩ ɔhɔpʋmidwifekwɩɩdaday nametsɔkwɩɩborn, first Idiom:ɩkwɩɩ lɛkan mʋpremature birth
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opulu ɔfɛopulu ɔ́fɛ́comp. ofopuluɔfɛ1n.umbilical cordBʋmɛ́ɛkɩ kebi bɔbwɛ amʋ opulu ɔfɛ amʋsʋ wanklaan mʋ́sʋ odewu nɩ.They did not care for the child's umbilical cord well that is why she is dying.2.6.3Birth2.1.2Torso2.6.3.2Fetus
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ɔkwɩɩkɛɔkʷɪ̌ːkɛdial. var.ɛkwɩɩkɛSder. ofkwɩɩɔ- -kɛn.day of the week on which you were bornƆkɛ ánɩ́ bɔkwɩɩ fʋ a, mʋ́ gyi fʋ ɔkwɩɩkɛ nɩ. Mʋ́ sʋ mɩ ɔkwɩɩkɛ gyi branda.The day that you were born on is your birthday. Therefore my birthday is Tuesday.Ɔkwɩɩkɛ bʋtebie ɔkla.They wash a soul on the day of the week it was born.2.6.3Birth8.4.1.3.1Days of the week
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