8.2.7.2. Loose

pɔn1pɔ̃ʔ(L) v.1to become weakMɩ bi lɔpɔn, sʋ mʋ aba bʋtɛda mʋ. My son is weak, so his mates always hit him.cfɩpɔnwɔɩ2loosen8.3.6.5Soft, flimsy2.4.2Weakcomp.owi lapɔnlate afternoon2to become softMango amʋ lapɛ, pɔn, wa agyilɛ. The mango has become ripe and soft and good to eat.8.3.6.5Soft, flimsy3to slacken a ropeAlapɔn ɔfɛ amʋtɔ, sʋ aha banyankɩ tsʋn mʋ́sʋ. He slackened the rope; people have crossed over it.pɔnsoftened8.2.7.2Loose
sankɩsáŋkɪ́ v.1to untie somethingSankɩ ɔfɛ lɛ kufa amʋ ɔmɛtɔ. Untie the rope from the sheep's neck and let the sheep go.Sankɩ ɔfɛ amʋ lɛ batɛ amʋ ayabi tsufɛ ɔda ɔfɛtɔ lawa ɔpá. Untie the rope from the chicken's legs because it has been tied up for a long time.7.2.6.4Set free8.2.7.2Loose7.5.4Tie2to spread something outƆlɛsankɩ ɔklan.He unrolled the mat.7.3.7Cover7.3.7.3Spread, smear
wɔɩ2wɔ́ɪ́(H) v.loosen a rope that has been tied around somethingAlawɔɩ ɔfɛ amʋtɔ kufa amʋ ladalɩ. He has loosened the rope and the sheep has gotten out.Faklɩ ɔfɛ amʋtɔ lawa ɔlɩn dʋbɩ, sʋ wɔɩ mʋ́tɔ kpalobi.You have tied the rope too much so loose it a little.cfpɔn1 1weak8.2.7.2Looseph. v.wɔɩ tɩaflop down