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kebanbibanLL.LLFulfulden7/8very small round or square hut such as a cowboy or herder lives incun
kebanbobibanboLHH.LHHLamnsoʼkebambon7/8scare-crow or a figure of a person dressed in old clothes, set in a field to scare animals, crows, and other birds away from the cropslaŋ
KebanyaLHMnpriver located between Lassin and Nkor
kebaŋbibaŋMml.Mmln7/8tree bark
kebawbibawLhl.Lhln7/8umbrella; a folding frame covered with cloth and having a handle, used for protection against falling rain
kebaw ke jem eLhl M L Hn7/8shield for use in battleŋkɛɛ
kebay1bibayLhl.Lhln7/8evil spirit
kebay2bibayLL.LLn7/8second in rank after the Nfon
kebeentebibeenteLLL.LLLn7/8unlearned person
kebefɛbibefɛLMH.LMHkembefen7/81evil2bad3sinful4wrong5inappropriate6wickedKebefɛ too kɛ ɛ ɛ̀ nu bô kpwe maaŋ.Evil comes only with death.
kebembebibembeLLL.LLLn7/81heaps of dirt on a burned farm2sod3contour
keben1bibenLhln7/8investment
keben2bibenLL LLn7/81animal pen2stable
keben ke njée leLL M HH Hn7/8sheepfold
kebewbibewMH.MHn7/8forehead or the part of the face above the eyes and below the hairlinefojise
kebɛbɛbibɛMMLkebɛ; kebɛwɛ; ɛbɛwɛn7/8leaf of plants like corn
kebɛɛ1LLLadv1actually; used for giving force to an expression2really3exactly4precisely and with complete correctness5very; used with words like “same”, “one”, “first”, and “last” to make them strongerloocɛ
kebɛɛ2LLLpro1oneself; an intensifier which focuses on the person spoken of such as "he himself"2you yourself3they themselves4he himself
kebɛɛlɛbibɛɛlɛMMMLn7/8temporary house
kebɛɛŋbibɛɛŋMMM.MMMgham; nshoon7/81small or medium sized calabash for serving wine or water2bottle3container
kebɛmbibɛmMml.Mmlkekon7/81echo2return or repetition of a sound caused by a reflection of the sound from a wall, cliff, or other surfacediɛw
kebɛmbɛbibɛmbɛMMM.MMMɛbɛmbɛn7/8dove or pigeon; referred to as laughing dove
kebɛnɛbibɛnɛMMH.MMHNcaneɛbɛnɛn7/8shouldergbwew
kebɛŋbibɛŋMml.Mmln7/8native cupboard
kebɛsebibɛseMHH.MHHn7/81half2remainder3pieceNo cuwee to kee lɛ, kɛ kpwoon wvun yaa kee ŋwaʼ kɛ, ɛ wvú mum saŋ bigew ɛ bí duu fesɛn wvu lɛ bí ke dioo ɛ to ɛ́ wen ecoŋ kebɛse.Since the young man knew that the woman was illiterate, he decided to increase the amount of money demanded by the woman because he wanted to steal part.keba; kencim; kensɛw