4.3.4.5.1. Provide for, support

ɔma ɔlɩɩpʋɔma ɔlɪ̌ːpʊ́ pl.ɔma alɩɩpʋcomp. ofder. ofɔma 2lɩɩ 2ɔ- -pʋn.advocateƆma ɔlɩɩpʋ amʋʋ Mɩ Sɩ ɔbɔ́wa mɩ ɩdatɔ amʋ a, mʋ obosuna mlɩ togyitɔ, kaɩn mlɩ asʋn amʋʋ nabla mlɩ amʋ fɛ́ɛ́. The advocate my father will send in my name, he will show you everything, remind you of all the things I have told you.Aba begyi asʋn. Ma gyi fʋ ɔma ɔlɩɩpʋ. We are coming to judge the case. Who is your advocate? (who will speak for you?)4.3.4.5.1Provide for, support4.4.4.2Show sympathy, support
yaɩyáɪ́ v.1to put down something carefullyNapʋ yaɩ ɔpʋnʋsʋ. I have put it down on the table.Nɩ fɔkʋsʋ a, fayaɩ atɔ dɩnka mpa amʋsʋ wanklaan.When you get up, dress the bed well.cftɩtɩ3train8.4.6.1Start something2to appoint or install to an official positionBayaɩ owie pɔpwɛ ndɛ.They have installed a new chief today.4.5.3.4Appoint, delegateph. v.la X yaɩ3to provide for a childƆlɛyaɩ obi amʋ, tamɛ ɔmɛbʋla mʋ. He provided for the child but didn't raise him properly.He provided for the child but he didn't fill him.Napʋ amʋ́ yɛyaɩ sukuutɔ. I put them into school (at a distant place).4.3.4.5.1Provide for, support6.3.1Domesticated animal4to cause to remain in one place8.4.5.3.4Delay7.2.6.2Prevent from movingph. v.da X yaɩkɩta X yaɩrestrainsi X yaɩomit 5to be done priviously, as precedent8.4.5.2Before