diooHHHadv1when2while3as; a time word which always precedes the verbBen dioo nu yî kentaashɛ le, ɛ mwɛɛm mvu yew mum no bonɛne fô ben e, fiɛɛ saa bvuu tɛmyi kɛ.When you are in unity, things in the house will be easy for you people, things will not be difficult again.
disaMMjisan5Tephrosia; a tree the size of a shrub; has seeds like beans that crack from the shell on a sunny day when drydisa din,this tephrosia.
disɛse1LHLjisɛseproour; first person plural possessive pronoun, class 13Din nu dibine disɛsen.These are our dances.
disɛse2LHLjisɛsen jisɛseproour; first person plural possessive pronoun, class 5Din nu teme disɛsen.This is our axe.
ditaMhljitan13rib or ribs; bones inside the chest that protect the internal organs of a person or animalDita di Nyanyoʼ le tune lo.Nyanyo’s rib is paining.
diuMMv1fight2defend or contend for something3work for somethingBokɛnɛ bò diuu, ekeytè bvulɛm.The women who are fighting should be cooking fufu (instead of fighting).keediudiuɛdiuudiuùdiuɛɛ
diuuɛdiuwHHH.MMMdwee; didiuwn5/61day; a period of 24 hours2time word used for telling the hour of the day, such as diuu di mwaaŋ3sunƐ to nu diuu dimew ɛ bwe, bie noo njee nɛ no gɛne ghane ɛ̂ nsaa bó le.One day a dog, a goat and a sheep were going to visit their friend.
diuu di mbam eHHHn5/6country Sunday; country Sunday always occurs in Noni two days after the village market day. Country Sunday is a day when women do not go to the farms and men do not engage in typical work, a day for undertaking community projects called by traditional or church leaders, and also for relaxing and visiting friendsKin nu kefo ke Baa le kè wvú ke no bone ɛdiuw ɛ mbam e ɛcii.This is Ba’s cap which he wears every country Sunday.