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asiansianasiãsiãn.harmful nightmare caused by evil spiritKebi amʋ lekle owu, tsufɛ asiansian lesian mʋsʋ igye onye.The child nearly died, because he suffered through a nightmare last night.5.7.2Dream2.5.3Injure8.3.7.1Bad
dundũʔ(L) v.1to biteKɩaɩ amʋ ladun kebi amʋ. The dog has bitten the child.5.2.2.1Bite, chew2.5.3Injure2to quench a light, electricity, or the sunƆyɩ lakɛ, sʋ olodun ɔkandɩɛ.It's morning so he extinguished the lantern.Dun ɔkandɩɛ amʋ ha mɩ. Turn off the light for me.5.5.3Extinguish a fire
elinelĩ́ʔdial. var.olin2Nn.venom of snake; poisonƖwɔ ladun mʋ, sʋ ɩwɔ amʋ elin dɛ mʋ dʋ. A snake has bitten him so the snake's poison is climbing up him (rising higher in the body).2.5.3.2Poison
isutin2isutĩ̂ːʔv.to stub your foot against somethingIsutin ɩhɩɛ bʋ ɔsɩn.To knock foot against a stone is very painful.2.5.3Injure7.7.3Kick
ɩba2ɪbáʔpl.aba2n.slap repetitively; co-occurs with sɛNɩ atsɩ bʋdɛkɔ a, bʋtɛsɛ aba aba. When women fight they slap each other.2.5.3Injure7.7.1Hit
klintiv.to amputate; implies cut through bone2.5.3.1Amputate
kplɔɩk͡plɔ́ɪv.to scrape the skinKebi amʋ ladɩda kplɔɩ mʋ owunfisʋ.The child has fallen down to nick his forehead.2.5.3Injure2.1.4Skin
kun1kũʔ v.strike something to cut itNakun, tamɛ ɩmɛka. I struck (something), but it didn't cut.Nɛdɩda pʋ mɩ ofin kun ibwi. Sʋ mɩ ofin lapɩɛɩ bwɛ ɔlɔ. I fell down and hit my shin on a stone. So my shin is skinned and made a sore.Nɔ́pʋ limba kun oyi yile kʋ mɩ ndɔtɔ.I will take an axe and fell a big tree on my farm.cfka1 1cutkunkunslash6.6.3.1Lumbering7.8.3Cut2.5.3Injureder.kunkunslash
kunkunkũkũʔ (L) der. ofkun1REDUP1v.to slash repeatedly with a cutlass or a hoeƆtapʋ amʋ lokunkun ɔbwɩ amʋ atɔ. The hunter slashed at the animal with something (probably his hoe or cutlass).cfkun1cut7.8.3Cut2.5.3Injure
kutibikutibí (H) n.pinchFapʋ kutibi tsɛ ba. You have escalated the situation.You have exchanged a pinch for a slap.cfkuti2take off7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.5.3Injure
kʋkʋramkʊkʊramn.ulcer2.5.3.2.22.5.3.2.2
kwɛ nunaph. v. ofkwɛ2nunav.to mistreat; to treat harshly2.5.3Injure4.7.9.5Act harshly
nkontoŋkõnton.badly healed fracture on the shincfkonkolifi nkontograss2.5.3Injure7.9.1DamageIdiom:konkolifi nkontograss
ɔlɔɔlɔ(H) pl.nlɔn.soreƆdɩn ɔlɔ mʋ ofinsʋ. Oyeyia mʋ́ ɔba. He has a sore on his shin. He is going to press it with warm compresses and come.2.5.2.2Skin disease2.5.3Injure
pilanpilã́ʔv.to be woundedOyin amʋʋ alabʋ nta amʋ ladɩda pilan. The man that is drunk has fallen down and become wounded.Bɛɛ, ɔlɛpilan igye sʋ ayɛha mʋ gyɔwɩ aba.They say he was wounded yesterday so we are going to offer him condolences and come.2.5.3Injure
pintinplinpĩntĩplĩpl.apintinplinn.welt from being beaten2.5.3Injure
pɩɛɩpɪ́ɛ́!ɪ́ v.to remove the skin accidentallyNɛdɩda. Nɛpɩɛɩ mɩ akpawunu. I fell down; I scraped my knees.Nɛdɩda pʋ mɩ ofin si ibwi. Sʋ mɩ ofin lapɩɛɩ bwɛ ɔlɔ. I fell down and hit my shin on a stone. So my shin was scraped and has become a sore.Nna okluntɔ onye, nɔpʋ mɩ ofin kun ibwi pɩɛɩ. I walked in the dark at night, I bumped my shin on a rock and scraped it.cfflɔɩ 1peelmaɩn 1detachsre 3peel2.5.3Injureder.pɩɛɩpɩɛɩ
sutinsútĩ́ʔ v.to stub your foot against a stoneNosutin, bɔ ntinta, tamɛ mmɛ dɩda. I hit my foot against something and stumbled but didn't fall.Ɔkɔmfɔbowuo tɛnatɩ pʋtɔɔ fɛ owie mʋ́sʋ ɔtamasutin dɩda. Chameleon walks slowly like a chief so he never stumbles.Isutin ɩhɩɛ bʋ ɔsɩn.To knock foot against a stone is very painful.2.5.3Injure7.7.3Kick
tsan2t͡sãʔ(L) v.1to scratchAndɔ amʋ latsan mɩ akuti. The cat has scratched me with her claws.Owu latsan mɩ. A thorn has scratched me.7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.5.3Injure8.3.7.8.2Blemish2to draw a lineOyin amʋ latsan laɩn amʋ tswii. The man has drawn the line straight.6.6.5.1Draw, paint
tsɛlɛ2t͡sɛlɛv.to sprain an jointMɩ yabi latsɛlɛ mɩ.I have sprained my ankle/foot.2.1.6Bone, joint2.5.3Injure
tsikitsikit͡sikit͡sikiadv.writhe on the ground7.2.2.8Move back and forth2.5.3Injure