tutu2der. oftu24REDUP1v.1to throw off somethingOfutikokoni amʋ dɛ ɩsɩ tutu.The ant lion is throwing up sand.Nfɔ amʋʋ ɩdɩn ogya amʋ detutu dʋbɩ.The oil that is on the fire is spitting too much.22.214.171.124Throw2to give a bad smellƆkpʋn amʋ detutu dʋbɩ.The toilet is throwing off too much (of a bad smell).cfbonstink2.3.4Smell
tuuntũːadj.become very darkIlebi tuun.It turned black.Ɔtsɩ amʋ ɛ a, mʋ ɔtsabi ibi tuun.The woman's cooking shelf should be blackened completely.Ogyasi amʋ labi gyadɩtɔ ɩnʋ tuun.Smokeaw has completely blackened the kitchen.126.96.36.199.2Black
tʋtʊ́v.1to meet without planning toMɩa mɩ pio ayɔ oli Ntumda a, ɔlɛnatɩ si mɩ. Tamɛ, nɛsrɩ yɔtʋ mʋ Tepo. Anɩ fɛ́ɛ́ anɩlowie Ntumda kɛkɛ.My brother/sister and I were going to a funeral in Ntumda. He left before I did, but I ran and caught up to him in Tepo. We got to Ntumda at the same time.Brɛa ayɔ a, olegyankpa nɔyɔtʋ mʋ ɔkpatɔ.When we were going, he went first and I caught up with him on the road.cffia12assembletii 1meet188.8.131.52Meet together2to discover somethingƆbatebi ɔtɛtɛ nwunasʋ dʋbɩ a, ɔtɔtʋ mʋ yín awuWhen a chick scratches the trash heap too much, it will discpver its mother's bones.When you are too inquisitive, you will dicover things you don't want to know.
tʋn1tʊ̃ʔinterj.used to respond to a greeting when angry at another person to indicate that the anger in the voice is not directed at the one being greetedA: Ɔyaloo! B: Ɛdɔɔ! Tʋn! ... (B is angrily shouting at C)cftʋntʋngreet184.108.40.206.3Greetder.tʋntʋngreet
tʋn2tʊ̃́ʔv.1to severely breach the lawNɩ owie ɔwa mbla, fɔtʋn mʋ́ a, ɔtɛbɩtɩ fʋ asʋ.If a chief should make a law and you break it, he punishes you.4.7.3Break the law2to break an oath; to forswear yourselfNɩ mɩ ɛ asʋn lɔtʋ fʋ, nɛsrɩ si fʋ a, nɛka nɔtʋn.As for me, if trouble comes to you and l run away and leave you, l have broken my oath.220.127.116.11Take oath