9.1.2.2. React, respond

gyi2ʤicffufufufuv.1to eat;5.2.2Eatcomp.atogyihɛfoodigyihapreisthood2to engage in an interpersonal activity that involves give and take.9.1.2.2React, respondcomp.gyi asʋnjudgegyi biabargaingyi iwierulegyi ɩban waprotectgyi ɩpahire oneself outgyi mbabe friendsgyi nkɛcelebrategyi nklatake leavegyi nkɔmbɔconversegyi nkpaenjoygyi nwɛnarguegyumagyihɛworklalahɛ ogyipʋevil doerder.atɔ ogyikpaeating placeph. v.hogyibelievehɔ X sʋ gyitrustpʋ ɩla gyido evil to3to inherit possessionsNkonyafɔ bʋtegyi asɩ agyapadɩɛ, tamɛ Asantefɔ bʋtegyi abitɛpʋ klɛ.Nkonyas inherit fathers' possessions, but Ashantis inherit their maternal uncle's.Ɔtsɩ tegyi mʋ yín ofumbi, fɛ́kɩ oyin ɛ lagyi mʋ sɩ atɔ.A woman that inherit her mother's bag, so that a man will inherit his father's things.2.6.6.7Inheritcomp.ogyikpaeating place
kpali2k͡paliv.to answer impudently9.1.2.2React, respond4.3.7.1Impolite
tsulat͡súládial. var.tsudaNv.1to respond to someoneBʋdɛ mlɩ ɩtɛ ha, mlɩtsula mʋ́sʋ.They are greeting you, so respond.Bɛbla fʋ kʋ a, fatsula mʋ́sʋ. If they tell you something, you should respond.Ɔdɛ mlɩ tɛ ha, mlɩtsula. He is greeting you (pl.), so answer.9.1.2.2React, respond3.5.1.5.1Answer2to agree to someone's proposalBɛblɩ, fɛɛ "Ao nanu... (repeat)" Mmotsuda-eee Mmotsuda ma wulu. Ɩbwɛ fʋ ta, ɩlawankɩ fʋ. They say something to you. You say "OK, I have heard." "I won't agree . . . I won't agree" has no town. (It takes you nowhere.) When it is all finished for you; it will be clear to you. (If your refuse you come to regret it.)When they advise you.You say "O.K. I have heard/agree" "I won't agree . . . I won't agree" won't take you anywhere. When it is all finished for you; it will be clear to you. (If your refuse you come to regret it.)Bɛblɩ, fɛɛ "Ao nanu... Song version of previous example.Natsula ánɩ́ ɔyɔ, tamɛ ɔyɔ a, ɔwa ɔsa ba. I have agreed that he should go but he should go and come quickly.3.3.2.1Agree to do somethingph. v.tamatsula mʋsʋbeloved
yinkiyíŋkí v.1to return to a previous stateYibi kpa a, ɔma iteyinki. When the time comes things go back to where they have come from.When a trap sprung, it always goes back.7.2.3.6Return2to do something in returnNɛda mʋ. Oleyinki da mɩ mʋ ɛ. I hit him. He also hit me back.9.1.2.2React, respond7.3.3.2Return something9.5.2.4Each other