Vernacular - English
fɩɩ11to urinate, pass waterƲ fɩɩ fɩɩrɩŋ nɛ.He urinated.2.2Body functions2to leakBogiti la ka fɩɩ nɛ.The bucket is leaking.3fed upƲ mɩɩsɩŋ fɩa nɛ.He is fed up.
fɩɩ2(not) ... anything, nothingƲ bɩ fɩɩ ma ŋmʋnsa.He has not written anything.
fɩɩlɛto bloomMɩ baga kamantuosiba kala nɩɩ fɩɩlɛ.The tomato plants on my farm are in flower.1.5.6Growth of plants
fɩɩma tɔto close up, sealNɛŋ la bʋbʋɔŋ fɩɩma tɔ nɛ.The cow's anus is tightly closed.7.3.7Cover
fɩɩmɛto shrink, tightƲ sɩaa fɩɛma tɔ nɛ.His eyes are tightly closed.2.5Health
fɩɩna medicine given to women when they are about to give birth2.5Health184.108.40.206Medicine
fɩɩrɛto husk (by pounding)Mʋ fɩɩrɛ miiri la.Go and husk the rice.220.127.116.11.2Pound in mortar and pestle
fɩɩsɛto wipeJoŋ pɔpɔ tɩa dɩ mɩ fɩɩsɛ mɩ yaraa ta.Give me a towel so that I can dry myself.Fɩɩsɛ ŋ mɩɩsɩŋ.Blow your nose.
fɩrɩgɛto trample onMa sɩ́ mɩ gɛrɩ la fɩrɩgʋ.Don't trample on my dress.18.104.22.168Walk
fɩsɛto peelFɩsɛ pɩɩ la anna chɔ.Peel the yam before you cook it. fɩʋʋvery smallBatuŋ doho ŋaa fɩʋʋ nɛ.The tail of the elephant is small.
foto bathe, take a bath, to swimƲ fo lɩɩŋ.He took a bath.5.6.2Bathe
fogito remove, to come off the handlePire fogo nɛ.The hoe blade has come off from the stick. 6.7Tool
folto get burntNyiniŋ nyɩgɛmɛ ʋ fol.The flames licked me and I got burnt.2.5Health2.5.1Sick