gee2ɛgeHM.MHn5/6eggƐge to nu ɛ buy ɛbo jo wvú gbwe kpweken.The eggs fell out of his hand and broke.
gee di yeŋ edigee di yeŋ eHM M M Hn5/13hip joint; the place where one’s leg joins the body
geenɛnMMMconj1but2even though3nevertheless4this not withstanding5nonetheless6except forGeenɛn ɛ mami to kpwe wase ɛ̂ nfu le sɛ dio kpwoon kɛ ɛ yɛne nfu le ŋkuuŋ.But the woman had already died because a woman is forbidden to see inside the society.
ge kpweLMidunexpected act, especially from a person who could hardly do such an act; this expression is used derogatorilyWo nu ɛ ge kpwe ɛbɛn keelaa ghane ɛ̂ me le.You have really done an unexpected thing today to visit me.yu bwe, yu keyoo
ge lɛneM MLvmake a movegeɛ lɛnegee lɛnegeè lɛnegeɛ lɛnebaa ɛkalɛ
gemebogemeHM.LHMn1/2grass with bitter, large leaves like those of cocoyams, used for extracting venom
gemɛn wvu ɛ̂ joobogemɛn bo ɛ̂ jooHL H L MLn1/2tree which grows only by a stream; has small leaves, does not grow too tall
gemgemLHv1protect by providing a circle or sphere of protection; such as when someone is going to be beaten and others gather around the person to protect him2encircle3round upgemgemgemgemegemgemègemgmɛɛ
genedigeneMM.MMMn5/13piece of calabash used to remove fufu from a cooking pot or used for dishing out liquids
ge ŋgoneM MMLv1of a female: to make herself attractive or beautiful2make upgeɛ ŋgonegee ŋgonegeè ŋgonegeɛ ŋgonege cuu