Vernacular - English
tulo cf yala inside-out, upside-down, back to front Mɩ dɩa kɔ ŋ dɩa dɩ ma pɩna, dɔnsʋŋ pɩŋ tulluŋ. I came to your house yesterday when you were sleeping. Some heads were up others were down. tuo to be absent, not there, be away Ʋ bala tuo ʋ jaŋ lɛ. Her husband is not in the village. tuoŋi to rush over something Hambiisiŋ tuoŋi kʋdiilee. The children rushed over the food.
tuosi to walk fast U faasa tutuosi. He is walking very fast. 220.127.116.11 Walk turo turo very grubby, dirt spattered Ʋ bɩ lɩɩŋ fo, ŋɩɩ nɛ tɩɩ ʋ yaraa kala ŋaa turo turo. He has not had a bath so he is dirty all over.
tutogo fig tree (ficus) 1.5.1 Tree tuu to go down, get down Kʋ tuu tɩa la nyuŋ. Get down from the tree. Má tuu kpirimi. Kneel down.
tuuba Moslem a group of Ahmadis, in contrast to karimuaga 4.9 Religion
tuuri cf ŋmʋnsɛ 1 to mark, to draw Tuuri wɩɩ la bil. Write down the matter. 18.104.22.168 Write 2 to write Kʋbɛɛ nɛ tuuri jee la lɛ? Who has been scribbling on the wall? Mɩ tuuri teniŋ a pa mɩ nyɩmma. I wrote a letter to my father.
Tuurie Overseas, Europe, America 22.214.171.124 Country
tuuro tuuro to be striped U gɛrɩ la tuuro tuuro nɛ. His cloth is striped. 126.96.36.199 Color
tʋ to spit Ʋ tʋ nantʋɔrʋŋ. He spat out saliva. 2.2 Body functions
tʋgɛ 1 to twist, sprain Mɩ tele, mɩ naaŋ tʋgɛ. I fell and sprained my ankle. 2.5 Health 2.5.1 Sick 2 choke Lɩɩŋ tʋgɛmɛ nɛ. The water choked me.
tʋgɩ tʋgɩ cf tegi tegi straight, upright Tɩa la chɩŋ tʋgɩ tʋgɩ nɛ. The tree is straight. 188.8.131.52 Straight
tʋl to be shiny Beenantɩrɛ ka tʋl nɛ. A mirror is shiny. 184.108.40.206 Shiny
tʋŋ times (multiplication, cf. naansɩɩŋ) Tʋŋ bʋŋmɛɛ nɛ ŋ mʋ? How many times did you go? 220.127.116.11 Number of times
tʋŋŋɛ to wiggle Bile tʋŋŋa nɛ. The child wiggled. 2.2 Body functions