2.1.4. Skin

awʋlɩawʊlɪn.skin of the bodyOyin amʋ awʋlɩ bʋ ɔnlɩn dʋbɩ.The skin of the man is too hard.cfɔwʋlʋ 1skinɔyʋlʋ 1skin2.1.4Skin
ɩyɛɪyɛ̂ʔ n.mole on the skinƖyɛ labwɛ mʋ wɩ fɛ́ɛ́. He has many moles.cfbwɛ 3afflict8.3.7.8.2Blemish2.1.4Skin
kplɔɩk͡plɔ́ɪv.to scrape the skinKebi amʋ ladɩda kplɔɩ mʋ owunfisʋ.The child has fallen down to nick his forehead.2.5.3Injure2.1.4Skin
ɔwʋlʋɔwʊlʊ́ʔpl.nwʋlʋn.1skin by itselfƆyɩtɔ gyi fɛ ologyo ɔwʋlʋ, ɩtɛtsɛ. The world is like chameleon's skin it always changes.cfawʋlɩskin of a bodyɔyʋlʋ 1skin2.1.4Skincomp.ɔwʋlʋ-kpakpaleather2paper; book; letterAnɩdɛ ɔwʋlʋ wanlɩn.We are writing a letter (or book).Otsibi anfɩ yin ɔwʋlʋ wanklaan.This girl is very clever.This girl knows books well.3.6.2School3.5.7.2Written material
ɔyʋlʋɔyʊlʊ̂ʔn.1skin on the bodyAbibifɔ ɔyʋlʋ lebi, abrɔfɔ klɛ ɛ lofuli.Black people's skin is black, white man's is white.Abibifɔ ɔyʋlʋ lebi. Black people's skin is black.cfawʋlɩskin of a bodyɔwʋlʋ 1skin2.1.4Skin2body2.1Body
plebiplébîʔ pl.aplebin.1scarMɩa oyin anfɩ anɩlɔkɔ, sʋ nɛdɩnka mʋ plebi.This man and I we fought so I scarred him.Plebi dɩn mɩ owunfinsʋ ansɩtɔ.There is a scar on my forehead.2.1.4Skin7.9.1Damage2to mark something in order to recognize itOyin amʋ lɛha mʋ ɔbwɩ amʋ plebi, mɛnɩ owun mʋ a, ɔbɛ́bɩ mʋ. The man has marked his animal so that should he see it he will know it.cfhɩɛ nsʋ 1notice7.7.7Mark6.3.1Domesticated animal