2.1.6. Bone, joint

abɩn iwucontractionabɩnwucomp. ofabɩniwun.rib boneNɩ fʋ abɩnwu ibia a, fʋmɛkɩ wanklaan fówu.If your rib breaks and you don't take care, you will die.2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.2Torso
awutɔ nfɔcomp. ofiwu-tɔ 1nfɔ 2n.bone marrow2.1.6Bone, joint6.3.4Butcher, slaughter
iwuiwúʔ(H) pl.awu1cfawutɔhealthn.boneIye amʋ iwu lawɔ mɩ. I have a fish bone caught in my throat.The fish bone has stabbed me.Awu bʋ iye amʋtɔ dʋbɩ. There are too many bones in the fish.Ɔhandɛn iwu tamaba bia.An elder's advice is good.An elder's bone is not easy to break.Awu lofuli, ɩbʋ ɔlɩn kpekple.Bones are white and very strong.2.1.6Bone, jointcomp.awutɔ nfɔmarrownkanta iwushoulder bladecomp.abɩn iwurib
nkanta iwuŋkanta iwúcomp. ofnkantaiwun.shoulder bladeYibi amʋʋ lɛlɛ Kwame da amʋsʋ mʋ nkanta iwu lebia.The accident caused Kwame's shoulder blade to break.2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.2Torso
nwun kokobiŋʷũ kokobicomp. ofnwun 1kokobider. ofkoko2-bin.skull2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.1Head
ɔma oyibiɔma oyibicomp. ofɔma 1oyi 2-bin.spine; backbonecfɔtan1 4backbone2.1.6Bone, joint
ɔtan1ɔtãʔ pl.ntan1n.1centre pole of a hut6.5.2Parts of a building6.6.3Working with wood2ridgepole of a modern houseMɩ obu ɔtan labia, sʋ mpalɩ amʋ lakpakpada. My house's ridgepole has broken so the rafters have fallen down.6.5.2Parts of a building3pillar of building6.5.2Parts of a building4backbone; spinecfɔma oyibispine2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.2Torsocomp.ɔtansʋ imimane
tsɛlɛ2t͡sɛlɛv.to sprain an jointMɩ yabi latsɛlɛ mɩ.I have sprained my ankle/foot.2.1.6Bone, joint2.5.3Injure