2.4.2. Weak

2bʊ́ʔ(H) v.1to be drunkNa nta. I have become drunk from drink (palm wine).Olonun nta bʋ, sʋ ɔmɛtalɩ gyi atɔ igye ntʋpwɛ. He got drunk on drink (palm wine), so he wasn't able to eat yesterday evening.Bʋmabwɛ nta apʋ.They shouldn't be drunkards.Nta fututu amʋ lapaɩ dʋbɩ, sʋ fɔ́. The palm wine has fermented a lot, you'll get drunk.5.2.3.7.2Drunkcomp.nta ɔbʋpʋdrunkard2to be weakMɩ wɩ dɛ mɩ bʋ. I am becoming weak.2.4.2Weak3to wilt8.3.6.3Stiff, flexible
bʋmblaanbʊ́mblã́ːadj.weak2.4.2Weak
pɔ́ʔ v.suffer from torpor from eating the wrong food or eating foodFegyi apondo nyankɩ fɔ́pɔ. If you eat leftover fufu in the morning, you will be lethargic.2.4.2Weakder.pɔpɔsoothe
pɔn1pɔ̃ʔ(L) v.1to become weakMɩ bi lɔpɔn, sʋ mʋ aba bʋtɛda mʋ. My son is weak, so his mates always hit him.cfɩpɔnwɔɩ2loosen8.3.6.5Soft, flimsy2.4.2Weakcomp.owi lapɔnlate afternoon2to become softMango amʋ lapɛ, pɔn, wa agyilɛ. The mango has become ripe and soft and good to eat.8.3.6.5Soft, flimsy3to slacken a ropeAlapɔn ɔfɛ amʋtɔ, sʋ aha banyankɩ tsʋn mʋ́sʋ. He slackened the rope; people have crossed over it.pɔnsoftened8.2.7.2Loose
wuwú (H) v.1to dieNɩ ɔha owu a, anɩtopula mʋ, la mʋ oli. When someone dies we bury him and prepare his funeral.Synyɔɩ 1die2.6.6Dieph. v.tɩn wudie early2to end or expireMɩ yibi ɔwʋlʋ lawu. My car papers have expired.Ɔtsra lawu.The month has ended.Ɔha ánɩ́ alawu.A dead person.8.6.7End, point3to become dullMɩ krantɩɛ ɔnɔ lawu. My machete / cutlass has become dull.8.3.2.4Blunt4to faintOdewu oo! Mlɩtsinki mʋ! He is fainting! Wake him up!2.5.6.4Lose consciousness5to become weakNakɩ anwunsʋ lawa ɔpa dʋbɩ. Mɩ oboyi lawu.I have looked up for too long. My neck has gotten stiff.2.4.2Weakcomp.ɩfʋn wustroke
yɔyɔɔyɔyɔ́yɔ́ːyɔ́der. ofyɔɩ 1REDUP2adv.weak2.4.2Weak