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boriv1to breakLaha la boro nɛ.The spoon is broken.7.8.1Break2to harvest (millet)Mɩ jaŋ bori mɩaa.I will harvest millet.6.2.5Harvest
boribiiŋnkey6.5.1.1House
borisinbrush(Engl.)
borondoor6.5.2.4Door
boro telidto die prematureLa biiduo nɛ boro tel.Our strong child died prematurely.2.6.6Die
boroborocfpaanʋnbread5.2Food
boroboro nʋʋŋnmargarine, butter5.2Food
boroboroŋmʋlʋŋnlock6.5.2.4Door
boruŋntilapia1.6.1.5Fish
-boruŋ-adjsfxbrokennaaboruŋbroken leg7.8.1Break
bɔɩduoŋcfnyuduoŋtʋɔdoluŋncourage
bɔɩviisenensiform cartilage, end part of sternum2.1Body
bɔmʋŋnunkindness, cruelty, wickedness3.2.5.6Attitude
bɔndana black bean1.5Plant
bɔnsʋŋnwickedness4.3Behavior
bɔŋ1vcruel, ungenerous, wicked, poisonous, harmfulHaal la bɔmɔ.The woman is stingy.
bɔŋ2-adjcruel, wicked, bad, stingyBiibɔŋ nɛ.He is a bad child.
bɔɔŋnhemp, jute1.5Plant
bɔrɩfɩran(Twi) pawpaw1.5.1Tree(Twi)
bɔrɔ bɔrɔadjsoft, freshBɔrɩfɩra daaŋ ŋaa bɔrɔ bɔrɔ nɛ.The stem of pawpaw is soft.
bɔsɩdɩsɩŋnbedbug1.6.1.7Insect
bɔsɔcfkalaŋnmat5.1.1.3Bed
bɔsʋlɩɛrɛnneedle used for making grass mat6.7Tool
bɔsʋŋnpuff adder or gaboon viper1.6.1.3.1Snake
bɔtɔnsack, bag6.7.7.1Bag