3.5.4.1. Fable, myth

Asʋhompeiinasʊhompeĩːn.big ears (an insult); a mythical person with enormous ears9.7.1.1Personal names3.5.1.8.2Insult3.5.4.1Fable, myth
kakayikakayi n.mythical creature who frightens peopleMegyi kakayi ogyi sʋ manya mʋ ifu. He's not a bugaboo so don't be afraid of him.3.5.4.1Fable, myth
natɩ1natɪʔ(L)pl.anatɩn.1spiderOrder: Araneae1.6.1.8Spider3.5.4.1Fable, mythcomp.natɩ kɛsɩɛblack spidernatɩ mblawebnatɩ tatiweb2spider; a prototypical mythical animal.Natɩ bʋ ɩkatɔ a, bʋtamagyi mʋ bia. Don't make a commitment without all the facts.If Spider is in the grass they never bargain his price.Natɩ mɔkʋwu. Okude mɔkʋta.A phenomenon hasn't stopped, so the effects continue.Spider hasn't yet died, so dreaming hasn't stopped.3.5.4.1Fable, mythcomp.natɩ kɩtatingling
natɩ kɛsɩɛ, natɪ kɛsɪɛʔ (H)comp. ofnatɩ1 1n.black spider with hairy bodyOrder: Araneaepl.anatɩ kɛsɩɛ1.6.1.8Spider3.5.4.1Fable, myth
ɔtɛ1ɔtɛ n.storyMɩ nyawie ɔkʋ lɔwa ɔtɛ dɛdɛɛdɛ ɩkʋ suna mɩ a, ɩbʋ mɔsɩ. A certain friend of mine told a good story to me, It was funny.3.5.4.1Fable, mythcomp.wa ɔtɛtell story
tsintsiin bɔnɔt͡sint͡sĩː bɔnɔid. ofbɔnɔn.ruse; ploy; deception; mythical objectNɩ fɔwa ɔsa ba a, nɛ́ha fʋ tsintsiin bɔnɔ.I will give you (as a reward) a tsintsiin egg if you're quick about it.If you come quickly I will give you a tsintsiin egg.4.3.5.5Deceive3.5.4.1Fable, myth
wa ɔtɛcomp. ofwa2 5ɔtɛ1v.to tell a storyƆlɔwa ɔtɛ. He told a story.3.5.1Say3.5.4.1Fable, myth