5.3.7. Wear clothing

dɩdádɪ́dá v.put on clothƆlɛdɩda mʋ tati wanklaan amʋ igye. He put on his fine cloth yesterday.5.3.7Wear clothingIdiom:dɩda atɔwar preparations
dɩdɩ2dɪdɪ́v.to wear somethingƆdɩdɩ tati asa anɩlɔyɔ mʋ wa nyankɩ amʋ.He was wearing a cloth when we went to him in the morning.Ɔtsɩ amʋ dɩdɩ abuto mʋ osiesʋ.The woman wore beads about her waist.5.3.7Wear clothing
fiofíó v.for a woman, to put on a cloth around her loinsAtsɩ bʋtefio ɔtatibi; ayin ɛ bʋtesi ɔdanta. Women put on loin clothes and men put on loin clothes. (The actual cloth is the same.)cfɔtatibiloinclothsi3gird5.3.2Women's clothing5.3.7Wear clothing
kpa2k͡páʔ v.1to gather something togetherKpa ipi amʋ tsitsa. Gather the rubbish and throw it away.cfkʋlacollecttɔsɩ1pick uptsu1pick7.5.1Gatherph. v.kpa tɩagather2to push something togetherKpa ɔda sun. Sit with chin in your hand.7.3.2.9Push3to spring a trapYibi amʋ lakpa. Ɔma iteyinki Things return to what they were before.The trap has sprung. It returns back.6.4.2Trap4to lead someone somewhereKpa mʋ ya! Take him away!Lead him there.akufa ɔkpashepherdcfyasend7.2.5.3Guide4.5.3.1Lead5to rub something on something elseƆlɔpʋ ofobi kpa mʋ ɩbɩ sʋ. She applied pomade to her arm.cfkpita 2rub7.7.5Rubder.kpakpa2rub6to fadeTati pɛpɛ lakpa bwɛ fututu. The red cloth has faded to white.2.3.1.5.1Appear8.3.3.3Color7to become clear or light8.3.3.1Shine2.3.1.6Transparentph. v.kpa ogyasparkle8to take off (cloth); to take off a (man's) cloth.Kpa tati.5.3.7Wear clothing9to remove something; flay skinFʋ bi ɔkɔ dinka fʋ obiansʋ a, bʋtamapʋ ɔdayi ka mʋ́. Mpʋsa bʋtɔpʋ kpa mʋ́.Don't be harsh with / over-react to someone under your care; Don't make a mountain out of a molehill.If your child defecates on your thigh, don't cut it off with a knife. A sponge is what you use to remove it.7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin8.5.3.1Absentcomp.kpa nwunshave headɔwʋlʋ-kpakpaleather
mpalɩsʋder. ofɔpalɩ 2-sʋ 1n.inside of a clothor clothing, with the seams showingtatɩ mpalɩsʋthe inside of a clothFawa fʋ atadɩɛ amʋ mpalɩsʋ, sʋ damlɩ mʋ́ ansɩtɔ wa. You have put on your shirt inside out so turn it right side out.5.3.7Wear clothing6.6.1Working with cloth
sabasábáv.tie the cloth around the waist5.3.7Wear clothing6.6.1Working with cloth
wa2wáʔ(H) v.1put onƆlɔwa atadɩɛ. He put on his shirt.Negyi ɩban wa mɩ ndɔ. I built a fence around my farm.5.3.7Wear clothing8.5.1.3Oncomp.fwie wapass windgyi ɩban waprotectwa afadress (wound)wa ogyaset alightwa ɔfɛtetherwa ɔnascarceph. v.kplʋn wacurse2to force someone to do somethingƆlɔwa mʋ ánɩ́ ɔyɔ. He forced him to go. (He forced him; he said he should go.)3.3.3.5Compelcomp.wa lalatemptwa ɔsahurrywa wanwanamazewa X bɩstart/continueph. v.da wacall fetishwa ifufrighten3to send someone to do somethingSʋ anɩ lefia a, lehian ánɩ́ abɔ́wa abi akʋ mlɩ wa, buo Banabas mʋa Paulo.So we met, it was necessary that we would send messengers to you accompanying Barnabas and Paul.7.3.3.3Send4to make (only used with certain objects)Ɔlɔwa akʋnta. He made a household juju.6.6.4Craftscomp.wa ɩnyɩnbe aggressivewa nyanyabecome nastyph. v.wa oputuambushwa X nwuninstead of5to perform certain speech acts3.5.1Saycomp.wa afunuliewa agyolootell a riddlewa ɩlʋsingwa ɔtɛtell story6to put something in somethingwa mʋ afa. They embalmed him.Bʋtamakiki ɔfɛ ɔbwɩ amʋ ansɩtɔ. Nɩ megyi alɩa ɔmɔ́ɔpʋ nwun wa mʋ́tɔ.Don't signal your intentions.They don't twist the rope (make a halter) in the animal' s face. If not like that he won't put his head in it.Ɔleyia opuli wa kɛntɛtɔ.He stuffed cotton into a bag.7.3.2.6Put incomp.wa ɩbɩshake handsIdiom:pʋ ɩbɩ wa ayatɔ
wahɛwahɛn.a piece of clothing for a woman which covers the top half of the body or all her legsNɩ atsɩ bɔ́wa amʋ́ wahɛ a, ɩtetsia amʋ́.When women puts on dresses, it fits them.5.3.7Wear clothing
wɔɩ1wɔ́ɪ́v.to remove clothingWɔɩ fʋ atadɩɛ amʋ ba mɩanfwɩ mʋ́.Take off your dress and bring it to me so that I can wash it.5.3.7Wear clothing