2.5.7. Treat disease

afaafá n.medicineAfa bʋ alɛ ha ɔlɔpʋ, ha mʋ ɩlɔtsa. Medicine is good for a sick person, to give him healing.cfɩfa1 2plants2.5.7.2Medicinecomp.wa afadress (wound)der.ɔfapʋherbalist
bɔɩbɔ́ɪ́v.1splitBɔɩ botodua amʋtɔ ha mɩ, ampʋ gyi ɩban.Split the bamboo for me so that I can take it and make a fence.7.8.2Crackder.bɔbɔɩsplit2to operate on someone2.5.7Treat disease
dɔkɩtadɔkɪ́tapl.adɔkɩtafɔn.doctorOyin amʋ lasuna ɔwʋlʋ alɩa, alabwɛ ɔwʋlʋtɔ ɔbɩntɔpʋ dɔkɩta.The man has studied hard to become a doctor.Dɔkɩta amʋ latsa ɔtsɩ anfɩ ɔdɛ kwata ɩlɔ amʋ.The doctor has cured this leprous woman.2.5.7.1Doctor, nurse
futifutí v.1to pierce somethingPʋ oyi futi fɩta amʋtɔ. Take the stick and pierce the leaf (with it).7.8.5Make hole, openingIdiom:futi fɩtatɔ kɩdiscriminate2to give a medical injectionFuti bʋ ɔsɩn sʋ nyebi bʋtamakle futi. An injection is painful so children never like injections.2.5.7Treat disease
ɩbantɔ ɩfaɪbantɔ ɪfaʔcomp. ofɩban-tɔ 1ɩfa1 2n.1a plant that is grown for medicine in the wash areaBʋtamayinta ɩbantɔ ɩfa.They never spoil plants grown in the wash area.6.5.1.4Yard5.6.2Bathe2.5.7.3Medicinal plants2a wife that is given from the family4.1.9.2.1Husband, wife
mondomóndóFrom:Ewemudɔn.mosquito netKebi amʋ da mondotɔ, mɛnɩ ntsʋnkɩ bʋmóodun mʋ.The child is lying under a mosquito net so that mosquitoes will not bite him.Ntsʋnkɩ bʋtamatalɩ tsʋn mondotɔ.Mosquitoes cannot pass through a mosquito net.2.5.7Treat disease5.1.1.3Bed
opuli-mputɔopuli-mpútɔ́n.cotton woolNalɛ mɩ opulitɔ abi fɛ́ɛ́, ndɛ opuli-mputɔ amʋ fɩta, sʋ nɩ fʋdɛ ɩkʋ kle ánɩ́ fɔ́pʋ manta fʋ ɔlɔ a, nɛ́ha fʋ.I have removed all the seeds from my cotton and I am drying the cotton wool so if you need some to put on your sore, I will give you.cfopulicotton6.2.5.4Plant product2.5.7.2Medicine1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
ɔfapʋɔfápʊ́pl.afapʋder. ofafaɔ- -pʋn.a person who uses herbs for medicineTakyi gyi ɔfapʋ wulu anfɩtɔ nɩ.Takyi is the herbalist in this town.2.5.7.5Traditional medicine
plastaplástaFrom:Engplastern.bandageIgye nɛmaɩn plasta amʋ a, ɔlɔ amʋ lata.Yesterday I removed the bandage, the sore has finished.2.5.7.2Medicine
sa3sáʔ(H)v.give a liquid enemaKebi ɔkʋ ɩwɩtɔ lasila sʋ mʋ yín lasa mʋ.A certain child is having constipation, so his mother has given him an enema.Bakwɛ afa sa kebi amʋ.They have grind medicine to give the child enema.2.5.7Treat disease2.5.2.3Stomach illness2.6.4.2.1Rear a child2.2.8Defecate, feces
tɩkpɔtɪk͡pɔ́n.immunization needleNyebi tɩkpɔtɩn ɩbʋ alɛ, tsufɛ ɩtetɩn ɩlɔ tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ ɔkpa.Immunization for children is good, because it prevents a lot of diseases.2.5.7.2Medicine
tɩtɩfobitɪtɪfobín.a herb that cures many diseasesNɩ ɩtɔ da fʋ a, kwɛ tɩtɩfobi manta mʋ́ ɩbɛ́fa, fʋ ɩwɩ bólwii fʋ.If you have a boil, grind the herb on it and the boil will burst and you will feel fine.2.5.7.72.5.7.71.5.3Grass, herb, vine
tsa4t͡sáʔ v.1to helpOyin amʋ lɔwa mɩ nwɛ, sʋ nɛtsa mʋ agyʋma amʋ yɔ. I felt pity for the man so I helped him with his work.Synbʋa2help4.3.4.2Help2to healYesu lɛtsa alɔpʋ tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ ɩlɔ. Jesus healed many sick people.Nana Bulu gyi ɔha ánɩ́ ɔtɛtsa anɩ ɩlɔ nɩ.God is the one that heals our sicknesses.2.5.7Treat disease
tua1túâʔv.to give someone an enma or anal suppositoryKebi amʋ okokonitɔ labwɛ ɔlɔ, sʋ tua mʋ. The child's anus has a sore, so give him an enema.2.5.7Treat disease2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby
wa afacomp. ofwa2 1afav.to dress a sorewa mʋ ɔlɔ afa. They dressed his sore.2.5.7Treat disease
yiayíâʔv.1to press on somethingOleyia opuli wa kɛntɛtɔ. He stuffed cotton into a bag.7.7.4Press7.3.2.9Pushcomp.iyabwigrinding stone2to squeeze a soreOteyia kebi amʋ ɔlɔ wanklaan.He washes the child's sore very well.2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine3to sharpen a bladeYia mɩ krantɩɛ ha mɩ. Sharpen my cutlass for me.8.3.2.3Sharp6.6.2.3Working with metal4to walk with a cane/walking stickƆdɛ oyi yia.He is using a walking stick.7.2.1.5Walk with difficultycomp.oyi yiahɛwalking stick