6.8.5. Borrow

bobunbobũn.deposit6.8.5.5Credit
fuli2fulív.to buy on credit6.8.5.5Creditph. v.pʋ fulisell on credit
haɩháɪFrom:Enghirev.to lease somethingOhian kʋkʋlɛ anfɩsʋ ayin fɛ́ɛ́ bamlɩ ɔsʋlʋ ahaɩpʋ.Because of poverty all men have become land leasers.6.8.5Borrow
ɩkɔɪkɔ (H) pl.akɔcontraction3n.1debtAlaka mɩ kɔ.He has paid me.Mapʋ lalahɛ ka lalahɛ kɔ. Don't pay back evil for evil.6.8.5.3Owecomp.ka ɩkɔpaymentlɛ kɔowe2a fine to be paidOwie ɔbɛɛ, fʋa fʋmɛba agyʋma a, bɔ́hɔ fʋ kɔ. The chief says whoever doesn't come to work, they will take your fine.
ka1káʔ(H) v.1to cutƆfɛ laka ɔkpa amʋtɔ. The rope stretched across the road.Ka fufu amʋ ɩkʋ.Take some of the fufu (from a larger portion).cfkakachopkun1cut7.8.3Cutder.kakachopph. v.ka X itinrebuke2to pay (a debt)ka ɩkɔ pay a debt6.8.5.4Repay debtcomp.ka ɩkɔpaymentka ɩwɩ lɛdefend oneselfIdiom:ka X yabiswear
ka ɩkɔka ɪkɔ comp. ofka1 2ɩkɔ 1n.1payment of a debt incurred; reward; wageNɩ fʋmɔdɔ ta a, fʋma ɩkɔka.If you don't finish weeding you won't get wages.Nɩ fʋmɔdɔ ta a, mmɛ́ɛka.If you don't finish weeding I won't pay you.6.8.5.4Repay debt2to extract revenge4.8.2.5Revenge
kakɔkakɔv.to give money for something bought6.8.5.4Repay debt
lɛ kɔcomp. of1ɩkɔ 1v.get into debt6.8.5.3Owe
pan1 v.1to borrow somethingMma atogyihɛ. Nɛyɛpan ɩkʋ mɩ nyawie ɔkʋ wa, ánɩ́ nenya a, napʋ ya mʋ. I don't have food. I will go borrow some from a friend so that when I get some I will take it back.Nɩ fɛ́pan ɔha kɔba a, fɔ́wa ɔsa ka a, ɩtra hian fʋa baha fʋ ɔkɛ.If you loan people's money and you pay back quickly, and you need another one they will give you tomorrow.6.8.5Borrow2to lend something6.8.5.1Lend3to thank someone3.5.1.7.1Thank
pʋ fulipʊ́ fúlíph. v. of1 1fuli2v.to sell on credit6.8.5.5Credit