1.6.2. Parts of an animal

bamba2bámbaʔ (L)pl.abamban.the wing of a birdBatɛ bamba bʋ ɔdwɛ.A chicken's wing is sweet.Obubwi amʋ abamba amʋtɔ lafɔ sʋ ɔmɛtalɩ fuli.The wings of the bird is wet so it can't fly.1.6.2.1Parts of a bird
blɩba1blɪbapl.ablɩba1n.pincer of a crabFɛkɩta ɔkɔtɔ a, lehian ánɩ́ fɛfaan mʋ ablɩba. Mɛnɩ ɔmɛ́ɛkpa kɩta fʋ.If you catch a crab, it is necessary to disable its claws. Then it won't pinch you.1.6.2.5Parts of small animals
bɔnɔbɔnɔʔ (L)pl.abɔnɔn.eggMɩ batɛ laka bɔnɔ kʋlɛ.My hen has laid an egg.6.3.6Poultry raising1.6.2.1Parts of a birdIdiom:tsintsiin bɔnɔmythical eggcomp.bɔnɔ ɩfwɩeggshell
bɔnɔ ɩfwɩcomp. ofbɔnɔɩfwɩ 3n.eggshell6.3.6Poultry raising1.6.2.1Parts of a bird
gegyefegeʤefé(H)From:Ewegegyeven.1a hunchbackGegyefe mʋ wie tamawun mʋ ɔma gegyefe, tamɛ otowun mʋ ba klɛ.The owner of a hunched back never sees his own hump, but he always sees his neighbours.7.1.8Bend down2.5.4Disabled2hump on the back of zebu cattle6.3.1.1Cattle1.6.2Parts of an animal
hontrohontro(H)pl.ahontron.snail shellObien tamanatɩ si mʋ hontro.A snail does not travel without its shell.Mbien ahontro tetsia wunasʋ, ɩnɩsʋ ɩma alɛ ánɩ́ nyebi béplei wunasʋ ayabi kpan tsufɛ ɩtɛka.Snail shells are common on dumps, so it is not good for children to play there with bare feet because it cuts.1.6.2.5Parts of small animals
ɩsɛɪsɛdial. var.ɩsɛnSn.the tusk of an elephant or boar1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals1.6.2Parts of an animal
ɩtɛ2ɪtɛʔ(L) pl.atɛn.1featherTsii batɛ ɩtɛ ha mɩ ampʋlɛ asʋtɔ. Pluck a chicken feather for me so I can use it to clean my ear canal.1.6.2.1Parts of a birdcomp.otedutail feathers2leafKɛlɩ amʋ lakpakpa atɛ.The silk cotton tree has dropped its leaves.1.5.5Parts of a plant
ɩwatɛɪwatɛʔpl.awatɛn.hoof6.3.4Butcher, slaughter1.6.2Parts of an animal
koko2kokon.shell of a crabɔkɔtɔ kokocrab shell1.6.2.5Parts of small animals8.6.4.1Outer partder.kokobiskull
kuti1kuti(H) pl.akutin.clawAndɔ amʋ kuti latsan mɩ. Sʋ nɩ ɔblɔ ɩkɩta mʋ a, ɔbɛ́tsan fʋ akuti. The cat's claw has scratched me so if anger catches him it will scratch you with its claws.Akʋti ɔwanpʋ tɔpʋ kɩta abatɛ abi nɩ.Hawk uses its claws to catch chickens.1.6.2.1Parts of a bird
oblufooblufoʔn.bladder2.1.8Internal organs2.2.7Urinate, urine1.6.2Parts of an animal
odu2odúʔ n.tailDeyi odu bʋswɩ. A monkey's tail is long.Deyi odu bʋtɔpʋ klɩ mʋ́ nɩ.It is the monkey's tail they use to tie it.1.6.2Parts of an animalcomp.otedutail featherscomp.lɔ oduget haemorrhoids
ofunyaofuɲa(H) pl.nfunyan.1combOyin anfɩ ma ofunya, sʋ ɔtamafunya nwun. This man does not have a comb so he never combs his hair.5.4.3.1Comb hair2the fin of a fish1.6.2.3Parts of a fish1.6.1.5Fish
olinkantɩoliŋkantɪ dial. var.elinkantɩSn.1bileOlinkantɩ bʋ ɔkɩta. Ɩfa wa iyetɔ a, fʋmɛ́ɛtalɩ wɩ. Bile is bitter. If it should burst and get in the meat you will not be able to eat it.Olinkantɩ lafa wa akpʋn amʋtɔ, sʋ lawa ɔkɩta. The bile has burst into the liver so it has become bitter.2.2Body functions2.3.3Taste2gallbladder2.1.8Internal organs1.6.2Parts of an animal
osiebiosiebíʔ (H)dial. var.esiebiSpl.nsiebin.1horn (of an animal)Mbwɩ ánɩ́ bʋbʋ nsiebi a, mʋ́ bʋtɔpʋ kɔ nɩ. Animals that have horns use them to fight.1.6.2Parts of an animal2corner of a cloth
oteduoteduʔ comp. ofɩtɛ2 1odu2n.the tail of a birdBatɛ amʋ otedu labla dʋbɩ, sʋ tsitsii mʋ́, mɛnɩ ɔbɔ́wa akɩlɛ. The chicken's tail is too thick. So, pull some of it out so that he will become beautiful.Akoo otedu lɛpɛ ɩbʋ akɩlɛ.The tail of a parrot is red and beautiful.1.6.2.1Parts of a bird
ɔbʋkɔɔbʊkɔn.breast bone6.3.6Poultry raising1.6.2.1Parts of a bird
ɔdantrʋbaɔdantrʊ́ba(H)pl.ndantrʋban.clamshellNɩ fowuli mbɔdɩ, ɩhɔ wa darɩsɛɩntɔ a, fawa ntsu mʋ́tɔ. Ɩpɔn a, fapʋ ɔdantrʋba nwɔsɩ mʋ́tɔ.If you stirred porridge and it burned in the pot, put water in it. When it is soft, use clamshell to scrape it.1.6.2.5Parts of small animals
ɔtansʋ imiɔtansʊ imicomp. ofimiɔtan1 4-sʋ 1n.the hair on the back of a horse2.1.5Hair1.6.2Parts of an animal
srʋfɔbɩsrʊ́fɔ́bɪn.elephant's trunk1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals1.6.2Parts of an animal
tanibitanibiʔ pl.atanibin.cowry shellFam: CypraeidaeAtɩtɩfɔ betsia pʋ atanibi hɔ atɔ. Brɛ amʋtɔ tanibi tɛtalɩ hɔ atɔ tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ. Early people used to use cowry shell to buy things. At that time a cowry could buy a lot.6.8.6Money1.6.2.5Parts of small animals5.4.1Jewelry