6.2.1.2. Growing roots

agbodiag͡bodiʔ dial. var.agbediSFrom:Eweagbelin.cassavaManihot esculentaBʋtɔpʋ agbodi bwɛ atogyihɛ tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ. Ɩkʋ aná gyi gari, konkonte pʋ́ agbodi mbɔdɩ. They take cassava and make many foods. Some of these are, gari, konkonte, and cassava dough.6.2.1.2.2Growing cassava5.2.3.1.5Food from roots
agudeagude(H) From:Eweaguten.sweet potatoIpomoea batatasAgude fla bʋtɔpʋ swie akosisʋ. Ɩtɔwɩ tsra asa ɔma. Sweet potato vine they plant in mounds. It produces after three months.5.2.3.1.5Food from roots6.2.1.2Growing roots
agyonwunaʤonwũ(H)n.yam head used for plantingFɛbɩ kɩ fʋ agyonwunsʋ wanklaan a, fʋ igyo tɛklɛɩ.If you know how to look after your yam seedlings well, your yams will increase.6.2.1.2Growing roots
da3dáʔ v.1to plant a root vegetableda igyoplant yamMɩ atɔ dahɛ amʋ lada ɔbaan.My planted root vegetables have grown shoots.da kɩtɩbaplant groundnutsda mankaniplant cocoyamda sapʋradaplant onionOyin amʋ tɛda igyo tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ. The man always plants many yams.6.2.1.2Growing rootscomp.atɔdabɩplanting time2to sprout somethingOyin tamada anyɔpʋ.A man never has (grows) breasts.Mɩ atɔ dahɛ amʋ lada ɔbaan.My root vegetables have grown shoots.2.3.1.5Visiblecomp.atɔ ladagrow boil3build or make with temporary materialsBɛɛ abégyi nkɛ amʋ dɩnsʋ sʋ a, ayɛda kantankpa aba.They say we will make a festive occasion at Denso, so we are going to erect a palm shelter and come.Nada ibu mɩ ndɔtɔ.I put up a hut on my farm.Nɔ́yɔ kpa awaimbi da kakaʋ pʋ tin mɩ gyadɩ. I will go strip palm branches and make a palm branch mat and block my kitchen door with.da oputsumake soup6.5.1Building
faasɩfaːsɪ (H) pl.afaasɩn.water yamDioscorea alataFaasɩ tɔyɔpɔn dʋn igyo, sʋ megyi mʋ́ fɛ́ɛ́ bʋtɔpʋ wɔ fufu. Ɩbʋ alɛ ha nyɔmba. Water yam goes softer than yam so not all of it is used for making fufu. It is good for nyɔmba.5.2.3.1.5Food from roots6.2.1.2Growing roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
galikigalikiFrom:Enggarlicn.garlic6.2.1.2Growing roots5.2.3.3.3Spice
igyopiniʤopĩn.yam slice5.2.3.1.5Food from roots5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation6.2.1.2Growing roots5.2.3.4Prepared food
igyoiʤóʔ sg.ogyo*kI/I- joyamn.yamDioscorea cayennensis subsp. rotundataOfienɩ igyo kpalobi pɛ nada. This year I have only planted a few yams.6.2.1.2Growing roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
kɩtɩbakɪ́tɪ́bá n.ground nut; peanut.Arachis hypogaeaKɩtɩba bɔahɛ mʋ́a bodobodo bʋ agyilɛ. Roast peanuts and bread go well together.Bɩnasʋ afʋn anyɔ amʋ ɛ a, bɔ́pʋ lɛ kɩtɩba oputsu. The two left sides also they will take and make groundnut soup with.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.2Growing roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
kosikósíʔ pl.akosi
akosi
n.yam moundMɩ wie, mɩ akosi amʋ a, kpasi dɛ kʋ tɛtɛ mʋ́tɔ. My friend, there is a rat digging in one of my yam mounds.6.2.1.2Growing rootsph. v.wɔ kosi
kwikʷíʔ(H) v.1to dig a holeKwi ɔbɔ.Dig the hole.Kwi agbodi ha mɩ. Dig the cassava for me.7.8.6Dig2to harvest something undergroundKwi agbodi ha mɩ.Harvest cassava for me.6.2.1.2Growing roots6.2.5Harvest
mankanimaŋkanípl.amankanin.cocoyam; taroColocasia esculentaAgyasɩɛpɛ bawɩ mɩ mankani fɛ́ɛ́ ndɔ amʋtɔ.Bush pigs have eaten all of my cocoyam in the farm.5.2.3.1.5Food from roots6.2.1.2Growing roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
nkontombreŋkóntómbre From:Akannkʋtʋmɩrɩn.cocoyam leaves cooked as greensƖnɩa fʋdɛ mankani nkontombre lɛ a, mankani amʋ tɔwa ɔgɔn. Because you pick the leaves from your cocoyam the cocoyam becomes hard (remains hard when cooked).6.2.1.2Growing roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves
odikpiniodik͡piniʔ n.leftover dried cassava porridgeNagyi konkonte mʋ́a kɩtɩba oputsu. Ɔkɛ nyankɩ ɛ, négyi mʋ́ odikpini. I have eaten konkonte with groundnut soup. Tomorrow morning also, I will eat leftover konkonte.cfkonkonteporridge6.2.1.2.2Growing cassava8.1.7.4Remain, remainder5.2.3.4Prepared food
otseot͡sépl.ntsen.cocoyam bulb which is used for plantingBʋtɔbɔ́ɩ mankani otse da mʋ́, tamɛ nɩ fetsii swie a, ɩtɔwa ɔsa wɩ dʋn mʋ́a babɔɩ mʋ́ da amʋ.They split cocoyam bulb to plant, but when you uproot the young ones and plant them, they grow faster than the split ones.5.2.3.1.5Food from roots6.2.1.2Growing roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
ɔgɔnɔgɔ̃ʔ n.the hard part of cocoyam which can not be eaten if it is cookedMankani amʋ lawa ɔgɔn, ɩma alɛ ha nɩna. The cocoyam has become hard and it is not good for cooking.Mankani tɔwa ɔgɔn tsu mʋ́ otse amʋsʋ. Nɩ fʋmɔwa ɔsa puli mʋ́ a, mankani amʋ fɛ́ɛ́ bɔ́wa ɔgɔn. Fówun lakwɛkwɛ.Cocoyam makes hard from where the cocoyam tubers is attached to the main bulb. If you don't uproot it early, all the cocoyam will become hard. Then it will sprout.5.2.3.1.5Food from roots6.2.1.2Growing roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
pulipúlí v.1to uproot a plantOlotsu ɔtɩ puli ɩfa mʋ́a mʋ́ nlin wa blawunutɔ. He took a hoe and uprooted some grass with its roots and put it in a makeshift basket.Ɔdɔtɔpʋ ɔkʋ lapuli oyi mʋ́a mʋ́ nlin fɛ́ɛ́ mʋ ndɔtɔ, mɛnɩ ɩmɛ́ɛtra pɔɩ tsufɛ oyi amʋ ma alɛ.A certain farmer has uprooted a tree with all the roots so that it will not sprout again because the tree is not good.cfpupuliplough7.3.2.7Take something out of something6.2.1.2Growing roots6.2.4.2Uproot plantscomp.ɩwɩtɔ pulinauseader.pupuliplough2to die, said of a large tree as metaphor for the death of a notable personNɩ kɛlɩ puli a, baflɛ tɔkɔkwɛ mʋ́ asɩ. When great man dies lesser men will spring up.When a silk cotton tree uproots, pawpaw trees grow up around it.2.6.6Die3to harvest food that bears fruit undergroundIgyo atɛ amʋ lawu sʋ bʋdɛ igyo amʋ puli. The leaves of the yam have died so they are harvesting it.Mɩ kɩtɩba lawɩ. Noyopuli mʋ́.My groundnuts have born fruit. I'm going to go harvest them.6.2.1.2Growing roots6.2.5Harvestunspec. comp. formatopulibɩharvest time
pʋtɛtɛpʊtɛ́tɛn.potato6.2.1.2.1Growing potatoes
sapʋradasá!pʊ́rádá pl.asapʋradan.onionBʋtɛkaka sapʋrada wa abountɔ. They cut onion up into aboun stew.Sapʋrada tɔwa ɔfan oputsutɔ.Onion smells nicely in soup.Nɩ fɛ́tsa ɩsɩsʋ, fɔwɩ asapʋrada a, mʋ́ ɔlɩn tamakɔsɩ dʋ fʋ.If you have a snake bite and you quickly take onion the poison become weak.Fagyi ɩwɩ fɛ sapʋrada.You have eaten yourself like an onion.6.2.1.2Growing roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
3wɪʔ(L) v.1bear fruit underground as groundnuts; yams; cassavaIgyo amʋ la moni dʋbɩ. The yam has grown very big.Mɩ kɩtɩba la. Noyopuli mʋ́.My groundnuts have born fruit. I'm going to go harvest them.5.2.3.1.5Food from roots6.2.1.2Growing roots2to spring up from underground