4.5.1. Person in authority

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
ɔhandɛɔhandɛʔ dial. var.ɔhandɛnSpl.ahandɛn.elderOyin anfɩ a, ɔhandɛ ogyi, tsufɛ aladan dʋn mɩ. This man (here), is an elder, because he is older than me."Ahandɛ iwu tamaba bia." Mʋ́ asɩ gyisɛ, kebi tamadʋn ɔhandɛ. "Elders bone is not easy to break. " The meaning is that, a child is never greater than an elder.4.5.1Person in authoritycomp.osun ɔhandɛclan head
ɔnɔ ɔlɩɩpʋɔnɔ́ ɔlɪ̌ːpʊ́pl.ɔnɔ alɩɩpʋcomp. ofder. oflɩɩ 2ɔnɔ 4ɔ- -pʋn.leaderAsɔrɩ ɔnɔ alɩɩpʋ fɛ́ɛ́ béfia abʋkɩta agywɩɩn tsu asɔrɩ ɩwɩ.Church leaders will meet to plan about Churches.Ɔnɔ alɩɩpʋ okugyiɔkʋ anfɩ bʋtesia mʋ.They insult every leader.4.5.1Person in authority
pɔntɔpɔ̃ntɔ(H) pl.apɔntɔn.1shade tree, usually a fig tree1.5.1Tree2.4.5Rest8.3.3.2.1Shadow2figuratively, a chief or elderBrɛ ánɩ́ kɛlɩ lopuli a, ahandɛ bɛɛ bódunka pɔntɔ ka beyi. Ndɛ a, banya pɔntɔ pɔpwɛ ka. The time that the silk cotton tree uprooted, the elders said they should look for a shade tree to cut and plant. Today they have cut a new shade tree.4.5.1Person in authority4.6.1Ruler
tsia obiatɔt͡sia obíátɔ́comp. oftsia2 1obia1 2-tɔ 2v.to be a chairman at an eventOyin anfɩ gyi obiatɔ otsiapʋ nɩ. This man is the chairman.4.5.1Person in authority