Vernacular - English
fʋŋcfkɛto shaveJoŋ nyufʋna tɩa dɩ mɩ fʋŋ mɩ nyuŋ.Give me a razor so that I can shave my head. fʋɔgɛto remove outer cover of seed by pounding or pressingFʋɔgɛ suono la.Remove the outer cover of the beans by pounding.
fʋɔrɛto go down, decrease (swellings)Mɩ naa la fʋɔra nɛ.The swelling on my foot has gone down2.5Health2.5.1Sick
fʋrʋgʋa kind of dance (gelibagɩlɩŋ) fʋʋla yagɛto pay no attention to/to pay a deaf ear to, ignoreMɩɩ bʋl wɩaa ʋ teeŋ ka ʋ fʋʋla yagɛmɛ.I am talking to him and he is not paying attention. fʋʋlɛto whistleBaal la fʋʋlaa yɩɩ yɩɩlɩŋ nɛ.The man is whistling a song. fʋʋraa ball made from fermented millet flour fʋʋrɛto sell offMɩɩ chɛ mɩ tiŋ chɩmɩŋ nɛ, ŋɩɩ nɛ tɩɩ mɩ joŋ mɩ gogo a fʋʋrɛ.I want to settle my debts that is why I sold my watch. fʋyaaŋlarge semi-circular basket