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bɛsɩmɛto become weary, fatiguedMɩ kala nɛ bɛsɩmɛ.I am completely tired.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
chuuri1to have diarrhoeaMɩɩ chuuri nɛ.I have diarrhoea.2.5Health2.5.1Sick2to pour (from vessel to vessel,)Lɩɩ lɩma nɛ ʋ chuchuuri dʋʋ fɩɛlɛ.The water was hot, so he poured it to and fro to cool it.
folto get burntNyiniŋ nyɩgɛmɛ ʋ fol.The flames licked me and I got burnt.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
fʋɔrɛto go down, decrease (swellings)Mɩ naa la fʋɔra nɛ.The swelling on my foot has gone down2.5Health2.5.1Sick
gbɛlɛɛlimpƲ nɩsaa ŋaa gbɛlɛɛ nɛ.His hands are limp.Nɩsaa gbɛlɛɛ nɛ.Your limp hands. (an insult)2.5Health2.5.1Sick
hɛɛŋsuffering, sorrow, burdenƲ kala ŋaa hɛɛ nɛ.He was very worried.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
kparɩmɛ1to patch, mendLaa mɩ gɛrɩŋ kparɩma tɩa.Patch the cloth for me.2to be deafid. Ʋ dɩgɩlaa kparɩma nɛ.He does not hear well.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
kusiileea chronic health condition2.5Health2.5.1Sick
lerigito be injured, disabled, to interfereSɩ́ wɩaa lilerigi ŋɩɩ.Do not interfere in this business.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
lɩɛrɛcfzʋgʋlɛto lose weight, be sicklyBile lɩɛra nɛ, ʋ naaŋ kɛŋ puo nɛ daŋ ʋ lɛ.The child is sickly, because his mother is pregnant.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
mellito be soreMɩ naaŋ kala melle nɛ.My leg is covered with sores.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
musoo/mususuto be bloody, spotted with bloodBile niiŋ kala nɛ su chalɩŋ mususu.The child's mouth is very bloody.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
nɩgɩlɛto have dysenteryƲʋ nɩgɩlɛ nɛ.She has dysentery.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
nyáasɛ́to be crazy, mad, insaneBaal la liŋ Najɩrɩa yʋgɛ a nyɩnyaasɛ.The man took too many `Nigerian' tablets and went mad.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
nyuŋ viirito be madBaal la nyuŋ viire nɛ.The man is mad.2.5.1Sick