1.2.2.2. Rock

ibwiibʷi (H) pl.abwicontractionbwin.1stonesBalɛ mʋ ibwi. He has fallen into disrepute; no one bothers him. He has been declared an outcast.They have taken out his stoneNɩ bɔtswɩ abwi da fʋ a, fépilan.If they throw a stone at you, it will hurt you.1.2.2.2Rockcomp.afɔdɩɛbwialtarasubwistone pileibwi alatɔcaveibwi ɔbɔtɔcaveiyabwigrinding stonekwebigrinding stonetɔnsɩ kwɛbwigrindstoneIdiom:ɔprada ibwistone, special2slang term for money (plural only)6.8.6Money
ɩbʋtaɪbʊtá pl.abʋtacontractionbʋtan.boulderAnɩlɔdʋ yetsia bʋta kʋsʋ, ɩbʋ amʋsʋ. We climbed and went and sat on a boulder on the mountain.1.2.2.2Rock
ŋɛsɩ1ŋɛ́sɪ̂ʔ(L) n.1fine sand from a specific kind of stoneBʋtɔpʋ ŋɛsɩ bwa atɔ. They use fine sand for roasting things.cfɩsɩdirtosublusand1.2.2.2Rock5.2.1.1Cooking methods2a soft stone that is ground and used to clean calabashes1.2.2.2Rock
ɔprada ibwiid. ofɔpradaibwi 1n.a stone with a flat edge deemed to be thrown by thunder, used figuratively of onions1.2.2.2Rock
ɔtsatsaɔt͡sat͡saʔn.gravel, usually lateriteNɩ bekpi ɔkpa amʋ wʋlɩ ɔtsatsa mʋ́sʋ, bʋmɔwʋlɩ kootaa mʋ́sʋ a, ɩbɔ́wa ɔsa yinta. If they scrape the road, pour gravel on it, but don't put asphalt on it, it will quickly spoil.cfɩsɩdirt1.2.2.2Rock1.2.2.1Soil, dirt
tsantsabwit͡sant͡sabʷin.gravel1.2.2.2Rock6.5.4.1Road