si2síʔ(H)v.to strike something precisely or in a single locationAlapʋ ɩbɩ si mʋ kantɔ.He tapped his chest. (A gesture or pride and boasting of strength). It is done with the fingertips and thumb gathered together.Si ɔdatobi amʋ wa oyi amʋtɔ.Hit the nail into the wood.Aprɛntʋa pʋ si nwuntɔ bwie a, aplanla igyi.Breaking a bottle against your head is an activity that can wound you.cfda11hit7.7.2Aim at a target7.7.1Hit
si kiesi kiéph. v. ofsi12kiev.1to forgive someoneSi asʋn kie fʋ aba, mɛnɩ Bulu obési fʋklɛ kie fʋ.Forgive your neighbour's case so that God will forgive yours.Si mʋ́ kie mʋ.forgive him of it.Nɩ nafʋm fʋ a, kokoli sikie mɩ.If I have offended you please forgive me.220.127.116.11Forgive2to aquit someone at courtOyin amʋ lɛka ɩwɩ lɛ asʋn ogyikpa ɩnʋ, mʋ́sʋ besi mʋ ɩwɩ kie mʋ.The man defended himself in the court and therefore he was set free.
siadɩɛsiadɪɛFrom:Akansiadɩɛn.valuable items, particularly those that have been hiddenSiadɩɛ gyi fɛ sika fututu, atanibi sika atɔ, sika pɛpɛ, abuto wʋlɩhɛ.Treasure is like silver, cowries, gold, old beads.Siadɩɛ gyi agyapadɩɛ ánɩ́ bɛtɛnya yaɩ.Treasure is valuable possessions they down for safe-keeping.Ɩkʋ a, akʋ bʋtɔpʋ ŋaɩn pututɔ, ɔsʋlʋtɔ, nɩ ɔkʋ ɔnɛntɩ mʋ́ a, labwɛ mʋ siadɩɛ.Some people hide theirs in the bush or ground. If someone unexpectedly finds it, it is treasure for him.6.8.6Money
sian1sĩã(H)v.1to hang somethingIgye mɩ atadɩɛ lesian ɔfɛsʋ. Ndɛ nasɩɛɩ mʋ́.Yesterday my shirt was hanging on the line. Today I've taken it down.Agyagya bʋtesian oyitɔ.Bats hang in trees.18.104.22.168.1Hangph. v.kpa sianfall and hang2to possess, as spirit posses someone3to dangleSi ɩbɩ sian.Let your hand hang.4to execute someone by hangingFɔmɔ ɔha a, Aban obésian fʋ.If you kill someone the government will hang you.22.214.171.124Execute
sian2sĩã(H)v.to remain as a leftoverOyin amʋ lagyi atɔ amʋ sian.The man has eaten the leftovers.Tsu atɔ sianhɛ amʋ afʋwa mʋ́ ogya.Take the leftovers and burn them.126.96.36.199Remain, remainder