Óbè óbè 1 A human being. An individual. 2 Human
Obé kpọ̀mèrìdèn ōbé kpɔ̀mèrìdèn A person who is unable to see due to physiological or neurological factors.
Obé kpọ̀mèrò ōbé kpɔ̀mèrò A person who is unable to hear or only partially able to hear.
Òbé lááràù òbé lá:ràù A member of an army, of any rank. Òbé lááràù múrā ājun ēbām. The soldier stands on a rock. Literally it means ‘obe’- person and ‘laarau’- who shoots.
Òbé laè òjù òbé lāè òʤù A person who works the land or who keeps livestock, especially on a farm. òbé laè òjù bi ọrọkpa orinamuno iodin. The farmer wanted to plant oil palm on your land. From the words ‘obe’-person, ‘lae’-going towards and ‘oju’- farm
Òbé ópọ̀ ẹrẹ òbé ópɔ̀ ɛ̅rɛ̅ Someone who carves.
Òbé òrùgí ẹ̀rìnàm òbé òrùgí ɛ̀rìnàm A person who slaughters the animals, dress the flesh and sells meat. Wō òbé òrùgí èrìnàm. That is a butcher.
Òbéérikho òbé:rīxō A person who makes one or more purchases.
Òbélajèọ̀bhìn òbé lāʤè ɔ̀ːβĩ̀ A person whose profession is catching fish. W’ótùòbé lāè ọ̀bhìn That is the fisherman’s house From ‘òbé’- person, ‘lājè’- going towards and ‘ọ̀b̍ìn’- to
Òbélàmùlàmùlà òbélàmùlàmùlà A person who dreams while sleeping.
òbélārì òbélārì A person who climbs. w'otu òbélārì That is a climber's house
Òḅéòsùmà òḅéòsùmà Someone that fights. A warrior, soldier.
Òḅétúọ́manúbé òɓétúɔ́mānúbé Someone who comes after another. An imitator, who follows another's example.
Òbhèì òβèì The large round object that illuminates the earth at night.
Òbhélekrìà òɓélēkrìà A partner in a romantic or sexual relationship. A person in love.
Òbíkê òbíkê A person with kyphosis, a spinal deformity that causes a hunched over appearance.
Òḅile òɓīlē A man in marriage or marital relationship, especially to his spouse. Ḿ mè bélé òḅile ọ̀mì. I love my husband.
Obilewú ōbīlēʋú (of colour) Having the very dark colour of coal;dark and hueless. Ọ̀gbùlọ̀gbúlọ́ ōbīlēʋú oɗí. The black long snake.
Ọ̀bọ́ ɔ̀bɔ́ Any of many elongated arthropods, of the class Diplopoda, wit cylindrical bodies that have two pairs of legs for each one of their 20 to 100 or more body segments.
Òbòm òbòm A coomon white substance, that is used especially to flavour or preserve food.
Òbrùrè òbrùrè A substance which specifically promotes healing when ingested or consumed in some way.
Óbú óbú A substance such as dust or mud that makes things unclean.
óḅúlòm óɓúlòm A type of reptile that has four legs, a long body and a tail. In Abuloma, it is believed that Lizards, when cooked (boiled with water) and eaten is a cure for cough.
Òḅúm ínà Òɓúm ínà Any fish of the order Siluriformes, that are mainly found in freshwater, are without scales, and have barbells like whiskers around the mouth. M bèle Òḅúm ínà. I love catfish.
Òḅúre òɓúrē A substance that is harmful or lethal to a living organism. mele òbúre. The dog ate poison.