Vernacular - English
tɩŋ11to send on errandƲ tɩŋ nɩaa balɩa nɛ ba kɔ mɩ teeŋ.He sent two people to me.2to workƲʋ tɩŋ foli tɩntɩŋŋaa nɛ.He is an employee of the government.6.1Work
tɩŋ2to threaten (weather)Duonuŋ ka tɩŋ nɛ.It is threatening to rain.
tɩŋa1waistMɩ tɩŋa nɩɩ wɩɩ.My waist is paining2.1Body2menstrual periodƲ hɛ tɩŋa nɛ.She is in her menstrual period.
tɩrɩgɛto flirt, people of different sex talking together in a bad wayHaal la arɩ ʋ hɩɩla tɩrɩgɛ nɛ.The woman and her lover were flirting.4.3Behavior
tɩsɛ1to rubLɔgɛ nʋʋla tɩsɛ.Scoop up some oil and rub it in.2to itchMɩ yaraa tɩsɛ nɛ.My body is itching.2.2Body functions
tɩtafɩɛlaaearly hours of the morningTɩtafɩɛlaa nɛ la dɩa kɔ.We came early hours of yesterday's morning.8.4.1Period of time