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chʋɔrɛvto heap upŊaa hagɩla chʋɔrɛ.Heap up the sand.
chʋɔsɛcfbuuvto mix building-clay,Mʋ kɛŋ tɩarɩ la kaa chʋɔsɛ.Go and get the clay and mix it.
chʋra-adjstrange, meaninglesswʋchʋrameaningless thing
chʋrrcfchʋlʋlʋadjpointed, sharpGɛrɩhɛŋ la ŋaa chʋrr kieli.The needle is very sharp.
chʋrʋŋn, clay (for pots)
chʋʋlɛvto be dull, stupid, indifferent, sillyBile chʋʋla, ʋ bɩ kʋŋkala wuo gʋnnɛ.The child is stupid, he cannot learn anything.
chʋ́ʋlɛ́cfchɩsɛv1to raise up, put into upright positionDaa la tele nɛ ba chʋʋlɛ.The stick had fallen and they raised it up.Ʋ kɛnʋ kaa chʋʋla kɩɩ.He put him into a sitting position.2to wake sb. upƲ pɩŋ doŋ nɛ ba chʋʋlʋ.They woke him up.3to rebuild sth. which was fallenDɩa la sɩ tele, mɩna nɛ chʋʋlʋ.When the house fell, I rebuilt it.
chʋʋnhoruŋn.sg.1pigweed/hogweed2shells of sheanuts
chʋʋnʋŋcfbabɩlɩŋbahuoŋn, sheanut
chʋ́ʋsɛ́vto call a dog with a soundƲ chʋʋsɛ vaha. He called the dog with a sound.
chʋ̀ʋsɛ̀vto suckMɩ chaŋ nammɩa nɛ a chʋchʋʋsɛ haŋgbeliŋ.I ate meat and was sucking the bones.