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chɛnwʋlbaalɩŋn, morning star
chɛnwʋlʋŋn, star
chɛŋgbɛɛŋn, frog
chɛŋŋɛɛn. pl.1scissors2tongs
chɛ́rɛ́n, a kind of hard wood tree
chɛ̀rɛ̀cfmagɛv1to fitMɩ dɩ gɛrɩ la chɛrɛ nɛ.The shirt fits me.2to be suitableƲ dɩ porisi chɛrɛ.He is suitable to join the police.
chɛrɩgɛɛn, stick with three or four branches, often used to support shrines
chɛ̀sɛ̀cftiisivto washƲʋ chɛsɛ ʋ gɛnnɩŋ nɛ.She is washing her clothes.
chɛsʋbʋŋn.sg.day of death
chɛviiriŋn.sg.day of departure
chɛwiesiŋn, day of rest, Sabbath
chichiribiŋn, magic
chichiribun, genius
chìé1n, 1a type of hawk2a kind of tree
chìé2qnt.tomorrowƲ chie jaŋ kɔ.He will come tomorrow.
chiesicfbunsichɩɩrɛyelvto make a noiseNɩalɩŋ ka pɛrɛ nɛ aŋ pɛɛ chiesi.While the people are farming they are making noise.
chietuoqnt.day-after-tomorrowMʋ dɩa aŋ mɩɩra kɔ chietuo.Go home and come again the day after tomorrow.
chigiv1to capsize, to put upside downKɛŋ gbaŋa la chigi.Capsize the bowl.2to grip, to snap at, to catchVaha la mʋ chigi nɛŋ la.The dog snapped at the cow.3to gather togetherBa chigi jembiiŋ.They danced the funeral dance together.4to coverƲ chigi jiŋŋee arɩ chigiŋ.He covered the fowls with a basket.5to wear (a hat, a dress)Ʋ chigi nyunchuulo.He put on a hat.6to decorate beautifully, to design richly, to lay foundation, to placeBa chigi mɩ gɛrɩ la nɛ.They embroidered my dress.Jɩnɩŋ nɛ baa chigi mɩ dɩa bʋbʋɔŋ.They are laying the foundation of my house today.7to take a handfulKɛŋ nɩsɩŋ chigi jisiiŋ pɩmɛ.Give me a hand full of groundnuts.
chigisivjump down and land squarelyƲ lɩɩ teebʋl la nyuŋ a chigisi tinteeŋ.He jumped off the table to the ground.
chikiŋcfjikɔrʋŋn, woven cover for chicks
chilcffɩɛlɛvto be cold (weather)Leriŋ kala chile nɛ jɩnɩŋ.It is cold today.
chimburin, lemon, lime
chincheleŋecfluoruŋn, upper abdomen, belly