5.5. Fire

agyabiaʤabin.a fire with large logs5.5Fire
agyawunuaʤawunu(H) sg.gyawunun.charcoalOfienɩ ngya ma ɩnʋ mʋ́ sʋ agyawunu lawa bia.This year there is no firewood, therefore charcoal has become expensive.Agyawunu atɔpʋ bʋtokwi ɔbɔ kʋla nyi wa mʋ́tɔ, fówun bawa ogya mʋ́tɔ yinki kpa sɩ bun mʋ́sʋ. Ɩhɔ ta a, balɛ agyawunu amʋ. Charcoal burners dig a hole, and put trees in it, so you will see that they have set fire in it and returned gathered sand and covered it. When it finishes burning they remove the charcoal.6.2.5.4Plant product5.5.6Fuelcomp.agyawunu ɔtɔpʋcharcoal maker
agyawunu ɔtɔpʋaʤawunu ɔtɔpʊ́comp. ofagyawunu1 1ɔ- -pʋn.one who makes charcoalAgyawunu ɔtɔpʋ atadɩɛ tebi, tsufɛ agyawunu lebi.charcoal burner's attire blackens, because charcoal is black.6.2.5.4Plant product5.5.6Fuel
asubwiasubʷicomp. ofsunibwi 1n.a pile of stones heaped together to make a temporary hearthSun asubwi afʋwa ogya ha mɩ.Pile up some stones and set fire in it for me.5.5.7Fireplace
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
dʋdav.to light a fire5.5.1Light a fire
2hɔʔ v.to burn something or somethingBapʋ igyo dɩnka ogya. Bʋmɛdɛ mʋ́ kɩ sʋ, Ɩla. They have put yam on the fire and they aren't watching it. It has burned.5.5.4Burn
hʋlɔnhʊlɔ̃v.to be burnt lightly5.5.4Burn
keresinkeresĩ̂ʔ Engkerosenen.keroseneKeresin tɛtalɩ dudu. Kerosene can leak.5.5.6Fuel
kʋlakʊ́lá v.to collect somethingBɔkʋla ngyatin sun. They gathered firewood together.cfkpa2 1gathertɔsɩ1pick up5.5.6Fuel6.2.5.3Gather wild plants7.5.1Gather
mankɩnsɩmãŋkɪ̃nsɪn.match (to light a fire)Mankɩnsɩ amʋ lakpa ogya.The match has caught fire.5.5.1Light a fire
nfɔɱfɔ(H) n.1oilMahɔ abi ofobi ntɛ kɩtɩba nfɔ, mboun hɔ nfɔ pɛpɛ. Don't buy palm kernel oil, or peanut oil, instead buy palm oil.nfɔ pɛpɛpalm oil1.5.1Tree1.2.3.2Oil6.2.1.7Growing treesIdiom:bʋ nfɔprosperous2fat of an animalƆprakuo bʋ nfɔ dʋbɩ. A pig has a lot of fat.2.1.7Flesh5.2.3.2.1Meatcomp.awutɔ nfɔmarrow3gasoline or oil for a vehicle7.2.4.1.1Vehicle5.5.6Fuel
ngya1nʤá n.firewoodBʋtɔpʋ ngya wa ogya. They put firewood on the fire.cfogyatinfirewood6.2.5.4Plant product5.5.6Fuel
nsuonsúó n.ashAtsɩ akʋ bɔkʋsʋ nyankɩ a, bʋtɛlɛ amʋ́ ɔswɩtɔ nsuo, kpita ɔswɩ asa bʋtɔwa ogya. When certain women get up in the morning they remove the ashes from their hearth, and paint the ɔswɩ before setting fire.5.5.5What fires produce
ŋɛsɩ2ŋɛ́sɪ́ v.1to smoke something to preserve itNdɛ iye ŋɛsɩ. I am smoking meat.cfogyasismoke8.3.7.8.4Preserve5.5.5What fires produce2to breathe the fumes of herbs that are brewed1.2.3.3Gas2.2.1Breathe, breath
obunobũʔ(L) pl.mbunn.1ovenBʋdɛ bodobodo amʋ tɔ obuntɔ. They are baking bread in an oven.The shape of a tradtional chicken coop and an oven are similar.5.5.7Fireplace5.2.1.3Cooking utensil2chicken coopAbatɛ obuntɔ loklun. The inside of a hen coop is dark.6.3.6.1Chicken6.5.1Building
ogyakpatinoʤak͡patĩ́ʔn.firewood log1.5.1Tree6.2.5.4Plant product5.5.6Fuel
ogya plɛnplɛnoʤa plɛ̃́plɛ̃́ʔcomp. ofogya 1plɛnplɛnn.flameOgya plɛnplɛn amʋ lɔtswɩ kɩta pipi amʋ hɔ mʋ́. The flame spread and caught the thatch and burned it.5.5Fire
ogyatɔoʤatɔn.fire place5.5.7Fireplace
ogyasioʤásîʔ(L) n.smokeOgyasi ɩtegya kpasi. Smoke drives away bush rats.Ogyasi amʋ labi gyadɩ amʋtɔ ɩnʋ tuun. Smoke has completely blackened the kitchen there.cfŋɛsɩ2 1smoke (v)5.5.5What fires produce
ogyatinoʤatĩʔ pl.ngyatinn.a stick of firewoodNaka ogyatin kpɔnkpɔntɩ nɔ́pʋ sun ɔswɩ ɔnɔ. I have cut a large stick of firewood, and I will put it in my hearth as the central fire log.Nɔpʋ ogyatin amʋ dɩnka ɩta ba woyitɔ. I carried a stick of firewood homee on my shoulder.cfngya1firewood1.5.1Tree6.2.5.4Plant product5.5.6Fuel
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n.1fireMankɩnsɩ amʋ lakpa ogya. The match has caught fire.Ogyaŋɛ amʋ dɛ ogya kpa.The Firefly is flashing.Sika pɛpɛ amʋ dɛ ogya kpa. The gold is shining.Atɔ amʋʋ bʋ ogya amʋ lablɩ ogya dʋbɩ. The things that are in the fire have become very hot.cfotsugyahot water5.5Firecomp.agya fwɩbarkblɩ ogyaheatogya plɛnplɛnflameph. v.kpa ogyasparkleunspec. comp. formmpumpu ngyablister2interestƆbʋ ogya agyʋma amʋtɔ. He is interested in the work.3.4.1.4Interested3sharpnessƆdayi amʋ bʋ ogya klaklakla.The knife is very sharp.Krantɩɛ amʋ ɔnɔ lawa ogya klaklakla.The cutlass is very sharp.cfklaklasharp8.3.2.3Sharpcomp.wa ogyaset alight
ɔswɩɔsʷɪ pl.nswɩn.hearthOgya amʋ detsii ɔswɩtɔ. The fire is burning in the hearth.Nɩ fɔ́pwɛ ɔswɩ a, féhian isin ánɩ́ mʋ́tɔ lɔsɔ fówun fawɔ mʋ́a mbepi wa mʋ́tɔ. Mbepi amʋ bɛ́ha ɔswɩ amʋ mɛ́ɛbaba. Fówun fapwɛ mʋ́.When you want to make a hearth, you will need termite mound clay then you pound it together with palm nut rubbish. The palm nut rubbish will make the hearth so that it doesn't crack. Then you mould it.5.5.7Fireplace
papa1pápá pl.apapan.fanPapa nɩ. Bʋtɔpʋ fwi afu. This is a fan. They use it for blowing wind.Tsu papa amʋ ha mɩ mɩa pʋ fwi ɩwɩ afu.Give me the fan to fan myself.7.3.1.3Shake1.1.2.1Blow air5.5.2Tend a fire
plɛnplɛnbiplɛ̃plɛ̃bi(H)der. ofplɛnplɛn-bin.sparksKɩ alɩa ogya plɛnplɛnbi ɩtɛtalɩ wa ɩpʋ yile ogya.See how a spark can set fire to a big forest.5.5.5What fires produce
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