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ŋmʋlʋŋnflute, whistle
ŋmʋna ŋmʋna/ŋmʋnʋ ŋmʋnʋadv.parti-coloured, tabbyGelii la ŋaa ŋmʋna ŋmʋna nɛ.The cat is tabby.
ŋmʋnsɛcftuurivwriteŊmʋnsɛ ŋ yɩrɩŋ.Write your name.
ŋmʋŋmɛrɩbelena kind of herb1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
ŋmʋŋmɛrɩŋna kind of herb 1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
ŋmʋrɛvto kneadŊmʋrɛ munuŋ.Knead the flour.
ŋmʋsʋŋn1immorality, adulteryƲ ŋaa ŋmʋsʋŋ nɛ. She committed adultery.2ritual uncleannessid. Ʋ dii ŋmʋsʋŋ nɛ. He ate food prepared by a ritually unclean woman.
ŋmʋʋv1to blow, play a flute or hornBa dɩa ŋmʋʋ nyile.They blew a horn yesterday.2to make a rope, to form a webƲ jaŋ ŋmʋʋ ŋmɛnɩŋ.He will make a rope.
ŋmʋʋ mɩɩsɩŋidto become wild or to sniffVaha ŋmʋʋ mɩɩsɩŋ gugolli haŋgbeliŋ nɛ.The dog sniffed around the bone.
ŋmʋʋrɛv1 to destroyƲ luori tele nɛ a kala ŋmʋʋrɛ.His car crashed and got destroyed.2get out of shapeYɩ kɔŋkɔŋ la ŋmʋʋrɛ.Knock the tin out of shape.