nʋrɛv1to hideƲ nʋrɛ nɩaa tʋɔŋ nɛ.He is hiding himself in the crowd.7.6Hide2to push when giving birth or when defecatingHaala sɩɩ chɛ ʋ lʋl, ʋ nʋra nɛ woruŋ anna lʋl.The woman pushed a lot before she gave birth.2.6.3Birth
nʋʋgɛv1to beat sb. muchBaal la nʋʋgɛ bile nɛ woruŋ.The man beat the child much.2to rub on the groundƲ kɛŋ gbaŋa nʋʋgɛ tinteeŋ.She rubbed the bowl on the ground.
nʋʋrɛv1struggle to get free when having been entangled in sth.Ʋ nyɩɛ wɩaa nɛ aŋ chɩchɛ ʋ nʋʋra lɩɩ.He told a lie and was struggling to get free.2moving the body when sitting or sleepingƲ pɩŋ doŋ nɛ a nʋnʋʋrɛ.While he was sleeping he was moving his body.
nyàasɛ̀v1to become aroused, encouragedLa jaŋ dɛnnɛba dɩ ba nyuŋ nyaasɛ dɩ ba kpʋ bʋʋna pɩla.We will praise them so that they will become excited and kill a goat for us.2to warm a littleKɛŋ ŋ nɩsɩŋ nyaasɛ nyiniŋ.Warm your hand a little over the fire.
nyáasɛ́vto be crazy, mad, insaneBaal la liŋ Najɩrɩa yʋgɛ a nyɩnyaasɛ.The man took too many `Nigerian' tablets and went mad.2.5Health2.5.1Sick
nyaga siivto get up (from ground), to get up quicklyƲ sɩ nɩɩ wɩɩla ʋ guu nyaga sii.When he heard the news, he got up quickly.
nyagagaadjvery sharpSɩa la ŋaa nyagaga nɛ.The knife is sharp.
nyagɛv1to pressƲ nyagɛ bile kpɛrɛ jeeŋ.He pressed the child to the wall.2to weigh down sth.Joŋ tabɩɩŋ nyagɛ bukuba la dɩ peliŋ sɩ́ paa.Weigh the books down with a stone, so that they do not blow away.