Ron - English


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ɓak₁ break head
ɓak hai (der.) post-mortem [After a person has died and some time has passed, the person's head is removed andinvestigated to determine what caused his death: witchcraft, his own greed, or an ordinarycause.]
ɓak la (der.) v Si ɓaak hayash la, si mwaat sololol. (sem. domains: 4.6.4 Break, break through (L&N 19.D), 4.6.3 Split, tear (L&N 19.C).)
ɓul v
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ɓul la (der.) v (sem. domains: 5.11.5.1 Extension from a source (L&N 84.A), 4.1.1.5 Happen (L&N 13.D), 4.17.4.1 Cooking (L&N 46), 4.2.2 Events involving liquids and dry masses (L&N 14.E).)
ɓulai (der.) v
ɓul v
3
ɓul la (der.) v (sem. domains: 5.11.5.1 Extension from a source (L&N 84.A), 4.1.1.5 Happen (L&N 13.D), 4.17.4.1 Cooking (L&N 46), 4.2.2 Events involving liquids and dry masses (L&N 14.E).)
ɓulai (der.) v
ɓwet v
ɓet ti
ɓul v
3
ɓul la (der.) v (sem. domains: 5.11.5.1 Extension from a source (L&N 84.A), 4.1.1.5 Happen (L&N 13.D), 4.17.4.1 Cooking (L&N 46), 4.2.2 Events involving liquids and dry masses (L&N 14.E).)
ɓulai (der.) v
ɓal cf: maɓal. v
ɓwele i fen
ɓuran ti tundel
being impatient [In popular belief, the jackal buries its prey to rot and then eats the worms which feed on the decomposing body. But it willnot give the prey enough time to rot! It will be exhuming and reburying it several times, thinking it has already decomposed.This impatient behaviour is called ɓuran ti tundel.]Daf (sem. domains: 2.2.1 Animals (L&N 04.A).)
burial of jackal
ɓolong ti kwil
ɓol₁
ɓilyau
ɓak₁ break head
ɓak hai (der.) post-mortem [After a person has died and some time has passed, the person's head is removed andinvestigated to determine what caused his death: witchcraft, his own greed, or an ordinarycause.]
ɓak la (der.) v Si ɓaak hayash la, si mwaat sololol. (sem. domains: 4.6.4 Break, break through (L&N 19.D), 4.6.3 Split, tear (L&N 19.C).)
ɓak₁ break head
ɓak hai (der.) post-mortem [After a person has died and some time has passed, the person's head is removed andinvestigated to determine what caused his death: witchcraft, his own greed, or an ordinarycause.]
ɓak la (der.) v Si ɓaak hayash la, si mwaat sololol. (sem. domains: 4.6.4 Break, break through (L&N 19.D), 4.6.3 Split, tear (L&N 19.C).)
ɓak hai (der. of ɓak)
ɓor ashu
ɓet
ɓur₂ cf: Maɓur.
b'ur la (der.)
ɓut
ɓut wuɗen
ɓwar₂
ɓas₁
ɓurai
ɓo'
ɓwe cf: Maɓwe. n