8.3.3.2.1. Shadow

olulukpaolulúk͡pader. oflwii 1ɔ- -kpan.shady placeOyi yile amʋ laha olulukpa wanklaan ha ɔkpʋnʋda.The big tree has given a fine shady place for resting.Foswie atɔ olulukpa ɩtamawa alɛ wanklaan.If you plant crops under a shady place, they do not yield well.2.4.5Rest8.3.3.2.1Shadow
pɔntɔpɔ̃ntɔ(H) pl.apɔntɔn.1shade tree, usually a fig tree1.5.1Tree2.4.5Rest8.3.3.2.1Shadow2figuratively, a chief or elderBrɛ ánɩ́ kɛlɩ lopuli a, ahandɛ bɛɛ bódunka pɔntɔ ka beyi. Ndɛ a, banya pɔntɔ pɔpwɛ ka. The time that the silk cotton tree uprooted, the elders said they should look for a shade tree to cut and plant. Today they have cut a new shade tree.4.5.1Person in authority4.6.1Ruler
yiyi2yiyí(H) pl.ayiyin.shadow of someone or somethingNyankɩ pʋ́ ntʋpwɛ a, anɩ yiyi tɔwa swɩ, ɔpa a, fówun labwɛ kutukulu. In the morning and evening our shadows always become long, at noon you will see they have become short.8.3.3.2.1Shadow