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Ìbhòlòbhòlìβòlòβòḷn(human) The upper part of the leg betwen the hip and the knee.
ÌḅògììɓògìnA cold-blooded vertebrate animal that lives in the mud during dry season.M mábá ìḅògì .I ate mudfish.
Ìḅú èdèìɓú èdènAny of a subfamily (Dorylinae) of aggressive nomadic tropical ants that prey on insects and spiders.
ÍḅúyáníɓúájãnImpure carbon obtained by destructive distillation (burning) of wood or other organic matter.É bí òròghō íḅúyán.I want to buy charcoal.
Igbarẹ́yeīgbārɛ́jēvTo move the foot in walking; to advance or recede by raising on of the feet to another resting place, or by moving both feet in succession
IgbódóĪgbódóadjConsisting of or amounting to a large but indefinite nmber.
ÌgònìgònnA person who is invited to visit or stay in a someone's house.
Igúī:gúnAny of a superfamily (ixodoidea) of bloodsucking acarid arachnids that are larger than the related mites, attach themselves to warm-blooded vertebrates to feed, and include important vectors of infectious diseases. Any of various usually wingless parasitic dipteran flies.
Íguinààígūīnà:nThe bone (endoekeleton) of a fish.
Ììríì:rínA long, thin piece of cotton, sik, etc., used for sewing.
ÌkèìkènA deformity in humans caused by abnormal curvature of the upper spine.
īkótùīkótùnthe cover at the top of a buildingWējí áyún īkótù.They are on the roof.
ÌkpékìlèÌkpékìlènOne of the two small organs that are located in a sack of skin (called the scrotum) in men.
ÌkpílèìkpílènThe muscular organ that pumps blood through out the body.Ìkpílè lú mú jin.My heart is beating.
ÌkpóyereìkpójērēnA usually sweet food that is grows on a tree or bush. The edible seed bearing part of a plant.
IkpúīkpúnAny of very many animals (either hermaphroditic or nonhermaphroditic), of the class Gastropoda, having a coiled shell.Kẹ̀ ikpú.Look at the snail.
Ìkpùìkpùn1A contractile form of tissue which animals and humans use to effect movement.Óbi wà múmù míkpù òThis guy has muscle2The system that provides support to an organism, internal and made up of bones and cartillage in vertebrates, external in some other animals.
ÌkpùrùkpurùìkpùrùkpūrùnAn insect that looks like a small worm and that is a young form of a fly.
Íkùlelèíkùlēlèn1A heavy, sticky material from the earth that is made into different shapes and that becomes hard when it is baked or dried.2A heavy type of metal that is used to make steel, that rusts and is attracted by magnets.
ÌkulììkūlìnA person of short stature, often one whose limbs are disproportionately small in relation to the body as compared with normal adults,usually as the result of a genetic condition.
íkụ́lòíkʊ́lònAn herbaceous perennial plant belonging to the family Araceae, grown primarily for their edible roots.Colocasia esculenta
Ìmẹ̀nmẹnìmε͂̀̀̀̀nmε̄nnA thick, sweet substances made by bees.
ImolàīmōlàvTo heat up or become high in temperature.Ololúlú molàl.My body is hot.
ÌnùìnùnA female who parents a child; gives birth to a child.Ḿ bélé ìnù ọ̀mì.I like my mother.
Ípẹ́lípέlnWood intended to be burned, typically for heat.Wá ípẹ́l ọ̀mì.That is my firewood.

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