4.1.9.8. Family, clan

abusuanmbusuã(H) From:Akanabusuann.family groupAnɩ abusuan bʋswɩ dʋn abrɔfɔ klɛ. Our family is bigger than Westerners' families.4.1.9.8Family, clander.abusuanfɔfamily
abusuanfɔabusuãfɔ́der. ofabusuan-fɔn.the people that make up a family4.1.9.8Family, clan
osunosṹpl.nsunn.clanOsun-gyi-osun mʋ́a mʋ́ ɔhandɛ. Fʋa fʋ osun abi mligyi apio dʋn osun bambatɔ abi.Every clan with it's head. You and the members of your clan are more related than other clan members.cfotintɔclan4.1.9.8Family, clancomp.osun ɔhandɛclan head
osun ɔhandɛosṹ ɔhandɛʔpl.osun ahandɛcomp. ofosunɔhandɛn.head of clanOsun-gyi-osun mʋ́a mʋ́ ɔhandɛ.Every clan with its head.4.5.1Person in authority2.6.4.5Old person4.1.9.8Family, clan
otintɔotĩntɔ(H) pl.ntinn.clan; neighbourhoodAnɩ otintɔ aha ɔbɔ́yɔ agyʋma ndɛ, sʋ anɩmɔ́ɔyɔ ndɔ. Our clan has communal labour today, so we will not go to farm.cfosunclan4.1.9.8Family, clan
ɔlɛpɛɔlɛpɛ(H) pl.nlɛpɛn.1bowl made of clayBʋtɔpʋ fufu wa ɔlɛpɛtɔ gyi. Ɩsɩ bʋtɔpʋ pwɛ mʋ́. They always put fufu in a bowl to eat. They use clay to make it (the bowl).6.6.2.4Working with clay5.2.2.8Eating utensil5.2.1.5Serve food2a group of families within a clan4.1.9.8Family, clan