ciinseHHHcinsev1escort or accompany someone2send someone somewhere3appreciate someone; if for example a lady comes to visit for whatever reason—friendship or a cry-die—and brings food whether cooked or uncooked. When she takes leave of you, you hand back the dish in which the food was brought, but you don’t hand it back empty. You place something in it useful such as salt, oil, a piece of soap, or money in appreciation of the food that was brought. If you fail to do so then you have failed to ciinse that person even though you might have walked 1/2 kilometre to "escort" herMʼŋgɛne keencinse waa wɛm fô yew ŋwaʼ le.I am sending my child to school.keecinseciinseciinseeciinseèciinsɛɛ

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