6.3.4. Butcher, slaughter

abiolɛabíolɛ adj.easy to butcher (open and gut – remove the intestines)Ɔbwɩ ánɩ́ aladan a, ɔbʋ abiolɛ dʋn ɔmʋa ɔmɔkʋ dan. It's easier to butcher an adult animal than a young one.6.3.4Butcher, slaughter6.1.3.1Easy, possible
awutɔ nfɔcomp. ofiwu-tɔ 1nfɔ 2n.bone marrow2.1.6Bone, joint6.3.4Butcher, slaughter
biobio v.to butcher an animalBio batɛ amʋ afʋlɛ mʋ wɩtɔ atɔ tsitsa. Afʋkaka aye amʋ wa ɔlankatɔ nɩna mʋ́. When you kill a chicken, gut it and throw the entrails away. Then chop up the meat into a pot and cook it.Butcher the fowl and remove its inside things and throw them away. You should cut the meat in pieces into a cooking pot and cook it.6.3.4Butcher, slaughter
ɩwatɛɪwatɛʔpl.awatɛn.hoof6.3.4Butcher, slaughter1.6.2Parts of an animal
sʋta5-1-1-2sʊta v.1to catch a liquid, as in catch rain water, or oil in an oil changeNɩ nyankpʋ de tswie a, anɩtɔsʋta nyankpʋ ntsu wa ɔlɔ́tɔ. When it is raining, we catch rain water and put into a pot.7.3.1.2Catch2to slaughter an animalBasʋta kufa amʋ.The sheep is slaughtered.6.3.4Butcher, slaughter6.3.1Domesticated animalph. v.sʋta Xsʋhold over