Vernacular - English
chokpɩa 2 a kind of very small bird
chól cf nyɩgɛ 1 to light a fire Ʋ chol nyiniŋ. He lit fire. 5.5 Fire 2 infect (a disease) Nyanyalɩɩ la cholu nɛ. He caught that disease. 2.5 Health chòl to cross Ɛɛ nɛ ŋ ŋaa a chol fuo la? How did you manage to cross the river? cholo 2 to do sth. immediately, at once, quickly Mɩ jaŋ cholo dɛrɛ mɩ tɩntɩŋŋaa. I will quickly finish my work.
-chooluŋ cf -bidiire beloved, favourite kʋchooluŋ favourite thing (of sb.) 4.3.3 Love
chorimuŋ eighth, eighth time biichorimuŋ the eighth child dɩɩ chorimuŋ the eighth house. 18.104.22.168 Number of times
chɔ 1 to cook, brew Mɩ jaŋ chɔ suonoo. I will cook beans. 22.214.171.124 Cooking methods 2 to boil (water) Mɩɩ mʋ mɩ chɔ lɩɩŋ nɛ. I am going to boil water. chɔgɛ to cut off a part Chɔgɛ nammɩa la pɩmɛ. Cut some meat and give it to me. chɔgɩlɛ to stand on Sɩ́ mɩ lɛ ŋɩɩ chɔgɩlɛ. Don't stand on me like that.
chɔgɩta to give free, without charge Mɩ joŋ pɩa la pʋ chɔgɩta nɛ. I gave him the yams free. 126.96.36.199 Give, donate
chɔgʋsɛ to think about, to ponder over, consider, discuss Mɩ jaŋ kɛŋ wɩɩ la chɔgʋsɛ na. I will think about it. 188.8.131.52 Think about
chɔkɔlŋmɛnɩŋ rope used for making grass mats 184.108.40.206 Rope, string
chɔkɔlɔ 1 torn grass mat 220.127.116.11 Bed 2 scorpion
chɔl tear, break off Santoŋuŋ chɔlɔ nɛ. The hoe-handle is broken. id. Ʋ lɩɩ ta chɔl. He escaped as quickly as he could. 7.8.1 Break
chɔmɔ 1 juju-medicine (to strike sb.) 18.104.22.168 Poison 2 weak point 3 antidote
chɔnsɛ to transplant Chɔnsɛ kamantuosi la. Transplant the tomatoes. 1.5 Plant
chɔŋ cf burisi bʋrɩgɛ 1 to mash Kɛŋ pɩa la chɔmɔ pɩmɛ. Mash the yam for me. 5.2 Food 2 to strike sb. by means of juju, usually with a disease or death Nambagɩla chɔŋ ʋ dʋndɔmɔ. The hunter struck his enemy by magic. 2.5 Health
chɔrɩa 1 ((Twi) ladder 4.8.2 Fight 2 boxing
chɔrʋmɛ to be out of tune, out of step Cheŋ la chɔrʋmɔ nɛ. The raft zither was out of tune. Batɔŋ chɔrʋmɛ gʋa la. Batong was dancing out of step. 4.2.3 Music