5.2.2. Eat

agyilɛaʤílɛʔ adj.edible; tastyAtogyihɛ ánɩ́ nfɔlɩ ma mʋ́tɔ a, ɩma agyilɛ.Food that does not have salt in it is not easy to eat.5.2.2Eat6.1.3.1Easy, possible3.4.1.2Happy
akʋnakʊ̃́n.1hungerAkʋn dɛ mɩ.I am hungry.Hunger holds me.5.2.2.5Hungry, thirsty2a time of famine6.2.5.2Crop failure
anunlɛanúlɛ der. ofnun 1a- -lɛadj.good to drinkNɩ afa bʋ ɔkɩta a, ɩma anunlɛ. If medicine is bitter, it is not easy to drink.1.3.6Water quality5.2.2.7Drink3.4.1.2Happy
atɔ ogyikpaatɔ́ oʤík͡pâʔder. ofatɔ 1ɔ- -kpa 1gyi2 2n.1place where eating occurs; chop barMbwɩ amʋ bɔyɔ ogyikpa.The animals are going to the pasture (eating place).5.2.2Eat8.5.3Be at a place2place of inheritance
beblebebéblébéadj.overeat until your stomach is bigAlagyi fufu mwɛ bwɛ apu beblebe.He ate fufu and was sated, made his stomach stuffed.5.2.2.4Manner of eating4.3.6.1Lack self-control5.2.2.6Satiated, full
dundũʔ(L) v.1to biteKɩaɩ amʋ ladun kebi amʋ. The dog has bitten the child.5.2.2.1Bite, chew2.5.3Injure2to quench a light, electricity, or the sunƆyɩ lakɛ, sʋ olodun ɔkandɩɛ.It's morning so he extinguished the lantern.Dun ɔkandɩɛ amʋ ha mɩ. Turn off the light for me.5.5.3Extinguish a fire
ɛwɛɛwɛ (H)dial. var.ɔwɛ1Npl.nwɛ1n.calabashKebi amʋ dɛ ntsu nun ɛwɛ amʋtɔ.The child is drinking water in the calabash.Tsu ɛwɛ amʋ ha mɩ ansa ntsu. Bring the calabash so that I can fetch water.cfonuwelarge drinking calabash5.2.2.8Eating utensil1.5.3Grass, herb, vine1.5.5Parts of a plant6.7.7Container
2v.drink soup with your handAkua tɛhɩɛ fɩ oputsu.Akua really likes drinking soup with her hand.5.2.2.4Manner of eating5.2.2.7Drink
gyi2ʤicffufufufuv.1to eat;5.2.2Eatcomp.atogyihɛfoodigyihapreisthood2to engage in an interpersonal activity that involves give and take.9.1.2.2React, respondcomp.gyi asʋnjudgegyi biabargaingyi iwierulegyi ɩban waprotectgyi ɩpahire oneself outgyi mbabe friendsgyi nkɛcelebrategyi nklatake leavegyi nkɔmbɔconversegyi nkpaenjoygyi nwɛnarguegyumagyihɛworklalahɛ ogyipʋevil doerder.atɔ ogyikpaeating placeph. v.hogyibelievehɔ X sʋ gyitrustpʋ ɩla gyido evil to3to inherit possessionsNkonyafɔ bʋtegyi asɩ agyapadɩɛ, tamɛ Asantefɔ bʋtegyi abitɛpʋ klɛ.Nkonyas inherit fathers' possessions, but Ashantis inherit their maternal uncle's.Ɔtsɩ tegyi mʋ yín ofumbi, fɛ́kɩ oyin ɛ lagyi mʋ sɩ atɔ.A woman that inherit her mother's bag, so that a man will inherit his father's things.2.6.6.7Inheritcomp.ogyikpaeating place
gyoli1ʤólív.to suck air in order to cool the mouthTɔnsɩ amʋ dɛ ɔsɩn, mʋ́ sʋ ndegyoli.The pepper is paining, so I am sucking in my mouth.5.2.2Eat2.2.1Breathe, breath2.1.1.4Mouth
igyiiʤín.eating; nominal form of to eat5.2.2Eat
ɩlɩn1ɪlɪ̃́ʔn.a wooden tray made from the butress roots of a kapok6.7.3Carrying tool5.2.2.8Eating utensil
klɩ ɔnɔcomp. ofklɩ 3ɔnɔ 1v.to fast; go without food5.2.2.9Fast, not eat
kɔɔpʋkɔːpʊ́n.cup5.2.2.8Eating utensil
kpini2k͡pinív.use yam slice to gather soup from bowl5.2.2.4Manner of eating7.3.2.7Take something out of something
kpɩ4k͡pɪ́ʔ v.1to sniff somethingƆdɛ asɩra kpɩ. He is sniffing snuff.2.1.1.3Nose2.3.4Smell2to suck somethingMbʋbwɩ amʋ bʋtɛkpɩ flawasɩtɔ ntsu. Those birds gather (suck) nectar.5.2.2.7Drink2.1.1.4Mouthder.kpɩkpɩ1suck
kpɩkpɩ1k͡pɪ́k͡pɪ̂ʔ(L) der. ofkpɩ4 2REDUP1v.to suck on somethingƆlɛkpɩkpɩ mango amʋ. He sucked on the mango.7.3.2.7Take something out of something5.2.2.7Drink2.1.1.4Mouth
1 v.1to swallow somethingƆdɛlɔ. Sʋ mʋ sɩ yɔhɔ afa ha mʋ; ɔlɛ. He was sick, so his father bought him medicine and he swallowed it.Afa amʋ bʋ ɔkɩta sʋ mmɛtalɩ mɛ mʋ́.The medicine is bitter, therefore I can't swallow it.Fufu amʋ lɔpɔn dʋbɩ, mʋ́ sʋ anɩmɛ́ɛtalɩ gyi.The fufu is too soft, so we cannot eat it.cfɔmɛ 1throat5.2.2Eat2to sink out of sightcfmɩmsink7.2.4.2.3Dive7.2.4.2.1Boat
mwɛmʷɛ́ʔ v.to be satedAlamwɛ sʋ, aladɩdɩ. He has been sated so he's gone to sleep.Faha mɩ namwɛ. You have fed me to satisfaction5.2.2.6Satiated, full
nunnũʔ v.1to drink somethingƆtsɩ amʋ tonun nta dʋbɩ.The girl drinks palm wine too much.5.2.2.7Drinkder.anunlɛpotableonunpʋdrinkerIdiom:nun Plankɩunderstand Nkonya2to enjoy something warmnun ogyabask by the firenun owíbask in the sun3.4.1.1.1Enjoy doing something3to smoke tobacco or marijuananun sigarɛtɩsmoke a cigarettenun afɩtasmoke marijuanasmoke leavesnun wiismoke marijuanaOtonklo nun maalɛ, tsufɛ ɩtɛha ɩlɔ.Smoking tobacco is not good because it causes sickness.5.2.5Narcotic5.2.4Tobacco
nunav.to force someone to drink against their will, or when they are unable to do so themselves5.2.2.7Drink3.3.3.5Compelph. v.kwɛ nunamistreatcomp.ntsu onunapʋdrink, give
ogyinɔɔoʤínɔ̂ːn.place around eating place where food scraps fall5.2.2Eat5.1.1.1Table
onunpʋonúpʊpl.anunpʋder. ofnun 1ɔ- -pʋn.a person who drinks somethingƆtsɩ amʋ gyi nta fututu onunpʋ, tamɛ fʋmowun mʋa alabʋ kɩ.That woman is palm wine drinker, but you will never see her being intoxicated.5.2.2.7Drink
onuweonuwépl.nnuwen.large drinking calabashcfɛwɛcalabash5.2.2.8Eating utensil1.5.3Grass, herb, vine1.5.5Parts of a plant6.7.7Container
opotsuaopot͡sua(H)pl.apotuafɔn.greediness in the sense of gluttonyƆha ánɩ́ otegyi atɔ tsɔtsɔ a, ɔbʋ opotsua.The one who eats too much has gluttony.Batɛ ogyi atɔ ɔtamamwɛ sʋ ɔbʋ opotsua.A fowl eats and does not become satisfy so he has gluttony.5.2.2.4Manner of eating4.3.6.1Lack self-control
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