ÈbàlèbàlA number that is one more than one.
ÉḅàméɓàmA large mass of stone forming a cliff, promontory, or peak.
Ẹ́bela lújòέbēlā lúdȝòThe number after forty-nine and before fifty-one.
ÈbèlèèbèlèA utensil made from the dried fruit of a vine.John mòkó èbèlèJohn bought a calabash.
Ẹbẹníɛ̅bɛ̅níPreceding all others of a series, the earliest.
ÉbhìàléβìàlA hard pointed (usually paired) part that grows on the head or nose of some animals.
ÈbìàkàèbìàkàA type of cereal grain of the species Zea mays.Ḿ bẹ̀lẹ́ èbìàkà.I like corn.
ÉḅóléɓólA domesticated ruminant mammal that has a horn and a short tail, closely related to sheep. It is kept for it's meat.òḅíá mékì éḅól.He killed a goat.
ÈḅòlìèɓòlìA male sheep.Óbìá mékí èḅòlì.He killed the ram.
ÉḅóúéɓóúAny member of the group of primates that are tree-dwelling (arboreal).
ÈḅúlèɓúlA recreational activity of children, especially the spontaneous acitivity of children.
ēbùyédēēbùjédēa visible mass of water droplets suspended in the air.Kẹ̄ ēbùyédē lọ̄guọ̄.lok at the cloud
EdèēdèThe part of earth which is not covered by oceans or other bodies of water.Edé wà mọ̀ núẹ.My land is fertile.
ÈdèèdèIs the surface of the earth. The soil, clay, sand and organic matter are present on the surface of the soil.
Ẹdẹbàɛ̅dɛ̅bàThe state of being naked (not wearing any clothes).
ÈdèìnèdèìnA club-shaped, round-headed stick used in a mortar to pound, crush,rub or grind things.Ḿnà ègúmà èdèìn.I am pounding with the pestle.
Ẹ́dẹ́lẹ̀ԑ́dԑ́lԑ̀Any of several carrion eating birds of the families Accipitridae and Cathartidae.
èdémábáĺ̩èdémábáĺ̩(intransitive) To begin to brighten with daylightŌwá èdémábáĺ̩athis is the dawn
Èdén médìèdẽ́ médìUnable to see due to physiological or neurological factors.
Ẹdẹ́niɛ̅dέnīThe part of the body that you see with.
ÈdíèdíA place where traders set up stalls for the purpose of trade.wèjí sídí.They are in the market.
Edígbụ́àɛ̄dígbʊ́àTo move ones hand back and forth repeatedly in greeting or departure.
ÈdìnìèdìnìA word or phrase that refers to or that can refer to a specific person.
EdóēdóA period of 24 hours or a period from midnight to the following midnight.Ḿ bẹ̀lẹ́ ēdóI love the day
Ẹ̀dọ́gbàrɛ̀dɔ́gbàrA part of the body (leg) found below the ankle used for walking and standing.