ŋaw1Mvunruly, rough, noisy or disorderly in conductkeeŋawŋawɛŋaakeŋaakèŋawɛɛ
ŋaw2Hnhook; a curved piece of wire, for catching fish or for hanging things on
ŋay1Mv1tire out2wear out physically like a dog3stunt; to prevent growth or full developmentWaa bie wɛm nu ɛ ŋay baay. Wvú baa kuu kɛ.My little goat has not developed. It is not growing.keeŋayŋayɛŋayteŋaytèŋayɛɛ
ŋay2Hideothe small size of a person or animalFale ɛ gbwe nɛn ŋay.Fale has fallen down very lightly.
ŋaykekeHHHideosomething very tinyŊgɛw nu ŋaykeke.Ngɛw is very tiny.
ŋɛɛmMMvhang on to something or somebodykeeŋɛɛmŋɛɛmɛŋɛɛmeŋɛɛmèŋɛɛmɛɛkembaŋ
ŋɛmHvpry open; to cause to become openŋɛmɛŋɛmteŋɛmtèŋɛmɛɛyene, tɛnɛ
ŋɛyMvmove gradually showing signs of being alivekeeŋɛyŋɛƴɛŋɛyteŋɛytèŋɛyɛɛ
ŋɛyɛɛnMMMadj1sexual passion; strong, deep feelings of sexual desire2tickling
ŊgaaLLnpquarter on the east side of the Noni village of Laan
ŋgaamvunyaŋgáamvunyaLLHMmvuŋgaamvunyan9/10type of disease that makes rashes like scabies on the body