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abi atsuliiabi at͡sulîːcomp. ofatsuliiabi3pl. ofibin.seed mushroomAbi atsulii tɔkwɛ ɔsʋlʋsʋ. Nɩ fɔwa ndɔ ogya a, ɩtɔkɔkwɛ nʋ. Fɛtalɩ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ. Mʋ́ oputsu bʋ ɔdwɛ.seed mushrooms grow in the ground. If you set fire to the farm it sprouts. You can grind them and put them in soup. Its soup is good.Genatsuliimushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
afioafíón.wide-headed mushroomAfio, mʋ́ nwun lɛtɛɩ. Mʋ́ oyi bʋswɩ. Ɩtɔwa ɔdwɛ oputsutɔ. Bʋtɛkaka mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ. Ɩtɔkwɛ sinsʋ.Afio, it's head is wide. It's stalk is long. It makes soup sweet. They chop it up into soup. It grows in a termite mound.Genatsuliimushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
apʋsɛapʊsɛʔ(L) n.a kind of spiceApʋsɛ toswie mʋ́ flasʋ wa oyitɔ. Bʋtɔkwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ. Ɩtɔhɔ ɔsɩn, ɩtɛha oputsu amʋ tɔwa ɔfan. Spice grows on a climbing vine. It is ground and put in soup. It adds heat and fragrance to the soup.Apʋsɛ oputsu bʋ ɔdwɛ.Spice soup is sweet.6.2.5.3Gather wild plants5.2.3.3.3Spice
atsuliiat͡sulîː n.mushroomBʋtɔpʋ atsulii lɛ oputsu, mʋ́ oputsu tɔwa ɔdwɛ. Ɩkʋ tɔkwɛ ɔsʋlʋsʋ, ɩkʋ ɛ tɔkwɛ ɔbɛ oyi ánɩ́ bapuli mʋ́ tswɩ, laplɔ pʋ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Bʋtegyi kʋ, ɩkʋ ɛ bʋtamagyi. When they take mushrooms and put them in soup the soup is tasty. Some sprout from the ground, some grow on palm trees that they have uprooted and are lying down and have rotted, and other rotting trees. Some are eaten and some are not eaten.Atsulii gyihɛ amʋ ɩkʋ aná gyi: Some kinds of edible mushrooms are:Afio, mʋ́ nwun lɛtɛɩ. Mʋ́ oyi bʋswɩ. Ɩtɔwa ɔdwɛ oputsutɔ. Bʋtɛkaka mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ. Ɩtɔkwɛ sinsʋ. Afio, it's head is wide. It's stalk is long. It makes soup sweet. They chop it up into soup. It grows in a termite mound.Mpionkɛntɛ tɔkwɛ ɔbɛ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Mʋ́ nwun lɛtɛɩ. Mʋ́ oyi ma swɩ. Fɛtalɩ kpa mʋ́ nwun amʋ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ, si mʋ́ oyi amʋ. Mʋ́ ɛ bʋ ɔdwɛ. Mpionkɛntɛ sprouts on rotten palm trees. It's head is wide. It's stalk is not long. You can remove the heads and grind them and put them in the soup and leave the stalks. It also is sweet.Deyi asʋ tɔkwɛ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Fɛtalɩ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ. Igyi putuputu, ɩlofuli. Ɩbʋ ɔdwɛ abɛ oputsutɔ. Monkey ears grows in rotten trees. You can grind it and put it in soup. It is small and white. It is sweet in palm nut soup.Atsulii bibi tɔkwɛ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Ɩlebi. Fɛtalɩ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ, tsufɛ igyi putuputu. Mʋ́ oputsu bʋ ɔdwɛ. Black mushrooms grow in rotting trees, they are small. You can grind them and put them in soup. Their soup is sweet.Mantɛpʋ tɔkwɛ ɔsʋlʋsʋ. Fɛtalɩ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ, mʋ́ ɛ bʋ ɔdwɛ. Mantɛpo grows in the ground. You can grind it for soup. It too is sweet.Kikidiki tɔkwɛ ɔsʋlʋsʋ. Mʋ́ nwun lɛtɛɩ. Mʋ́ oyi bʋ swɩ. Ɩbʋ ɔlɩn, tamɛ afio oyi bʋ swɩ dʋn mʋ́. Bʋtɛkaka mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ. Kikidiki grows in the ground. Its head is wide and its stalk is long. It has roots but afio stalk is longer than it. They cut them up for soup.Abi atsulii tɔkwɛ ɔsʋlʋsʋ. Nɩ fɔwa ndɔ ogya a, ɩtɔkɔkwɛ nʋ. Fɛtalɩ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ. Mʋ́ oputsu bʋ ɔdwɛ. Seed mushrooms grow in the ground. If you set fire to the farm it sprouts. You can grind them and put them in soup. Its soup is good.Kplokplobi tɔkwɛ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Ɩbʋ ɔplɩ, bʋtamakwɛ mʋ́. Mʋ́a abɛ oputsu bʋ ɔdwɛ dʋbɩ. Kploklobi grows in rotting trees, It is slippery; they never grind it. It is very good with palm nut soup.Specabi atsuliiseed mushroomafiowide-headed mushroomatsulii bibimushroomdeyi asʋmushroomkikidikimushroomkplokplobimushroommantɛpʋmushroommpionkɛntɛshort mushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algaecomp.abi atsuliiseed mushroomatsulii bibimushroomatsulii nwunmushroom headatsulii oyimushroom stem
atsulii bibicomp. ofatsuliibibider. ofbi1REDUP2n.black mushroomAtsulii bibi tɔkwɛ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Ɩlebi. Fɛtalɩ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ, tsufɛ igyi putuputu. Mʋ́ oputsu bʋ ɔdwɛ.Black mushrooms grow in rotting trees, They are black. You can grind them and put them in soup. Their soup is sweet.Genatsuliimushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
biambiam(L) n.the fruit or the seeds of the egusi plantCucurbita L.Mɩ biam laswie bʋla oyi tɩntɩɩntɩn kʋ. Mmeyin alɩa nɔ́bwɛ asa nɔ́kpɔtɩ mʋ́. My egusi has born many fruit in a tall tree. I don't know how I will do before I harvest it.My egusi have grown up in a tall tree, I don't know how I will be able to pick them.6.2.5.3Gather wild plants
deyi asʋdéi asʊcomp. ofdeyiɩsʋn.monkey ear mushroomDeyi asʋ tɔkwɛ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Fɛtalɩ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ. Igyi putuputu, ɩlofuli. Ɩbʋ ɔdwɛ abɛ oputsutɔ.Monkey ears grows in rotten trees. You can grind it and put it in soup. It is small and white. It is sweet in palm nut soup.Genatsuliimushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
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n.1termite moundAbaba bʋtɔpwɛ isin tsia mʋ́tɔ, bʋtɔkwɛ atɛ.Termites sculpt mounds and live in it. They sprout wings.Afio, mʋ́ nwun lɛtɛɩ. Mʋ́ oyi bʋswɩ. Ɩtɔwa ɔdwɛ oputsutɔ. Bʋtɛkaka mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ, ɩtɔkwɛ isinsʋ.Afio, it's head is wide. It's stalk is long. It makes soup sweet. They chop it up into soup. It grows in a termite mound.Bʋtamalɩɩ isinsʋ tsii kpasi.They never stand on an ant hill and gossip about kpasi.6.2.5.3Gather wild plantsIdiom:kwɛ dɩnka isinsʋfortunate2clay from termite mound used for pottery & hearths1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.6.2.4Working with clay
kantankplamakántáŋ͡mk͡plámán.root ground as a spice in soup6.2.5.3Gather wild plants5.2.3.3.3Spice
kikidikikikidikiunspec. var.kikirikin.kind of mushroomKikidiki tɔkwɛ ɔsʋlʋsʋ. Mʋ́ nwun lɛtɛɩ. Mʋ́ oyi bʋ swɩ. Ɩbʋ ɔlɩn, tamɛ afio oyi bʋ swɩ dʋn mʋ́. Bʋtɛkaka mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ.Kikidiki grows in the ground. Its head is wide and its stalk is long. It has roots but afio stalk is longer than it. They cut them up for soup.Genatsuliimushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
kplokplobik͡plok͡plobin.kind of mushroomKplokplobi tɔkwɛ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Ɩbʋ ɔplɩ, bʋtamakwɛ mʋ́. Mʋ́a abɛ oputsu bʋ ɔdwɛ dʋbɩ.Kploklobi grows in rotting trees, It is slippery; they never grind it. It is very good with palm nut soup.Genatsuliimushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
kʋlakʊ́lá v.to collect somethingBɔkʋla ngyatin sun. They gathered firewood together.cfkpa2 1gathertɔsɩ1pick up5.5.6Fuel6.2.5.3Gather wild plants7.5.1Gather
mantɛpʋmã́ntɛpʊn.mantepo mushroomMantɛpʋ tɔkwɛ ɔsʋlʋsʋ. Fɛtalɩ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ, mʋ́ ɛ bʋ ɔdwɛ.Mantɛpo grows in the ground. You can grind it for soup. It too is sweet.Genatsuliimushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
mpionkɛntɛmpioŋkɛ̃ntɛn.short mushroomMpionkɛntɛ tɔkwɛ ɔbɛ oyi plɔhɛsʋ. Mʋ́ nwun lɛtɛɩ. Mʋ́ oyi ma swɩ. Fɛtalɩ kpa mʋ́ nwun amʋ kwɛ mʋ́ wa oputsutɔ, si mʋ́ oyi amʋ. Mʋ́ ɛ bʋ ɔdwɛ.Mpionkɛntɛ sprouts on rotten palm trees. It's head is wide. It's stalk is not long. You can remove the heads and grind them and put them in the soup and leave the stalks. It also is sweet.Genatsuliimushroom6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
oyi ibioyí ibípl.oyi abicomp. ofoyi 1ibi 1n.fruit of a tree1.5.1Tree6.2.5.3Gather wild plants1.5.5Parts of a plant
ɔkpɔtɩpʋɔk͡pɔtɪ́pʊ́der. ofkpɔtɩɔ- -pʋn.someone who plucks something7.3.2.7Take something out of something6.2.5.3Gather wild plants6.4.5Fishing
tsʋnkɩt͡sʊŋkɪ́v.to collect everything from a certain placeOyin ɔkʋ lɔtsʋnkɩ mɩ igyo fɛ́ɛ́ lɛ mɩ ndɔtɔ, ɩnɩsʋ ansɩ mɛdɛ mɩ gyi kʋraa.A certain man collected all my yams from my farm, so I am not happy at all.6.2.5.3Gather wild plants7.5.1Gather8.1.5All