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diibelimbinenpurple glossy starling1.6.1.2Bird
diibie1nconvulsion on children2.5Health
diibie2cfzàará1nbird (gen. term)1.6.1.2Bird
diibienaanjɔgʋŋncreeping plant [sp.]1.5Plant
diibiifɩaŋnSenegal Fire-Finch1.6.1.2Bird
diibiikantomuŋnhoopoe1.6.1.2Bird
diibiikpommulona kind of bird1.6.1.2Bird
diikiriŋnkitchen6.5.1.1House
-diire-adjsfxsomebody who does something, debtorchɩndiiredebtorhaachɛ diiresinner6.8.5.5Credit
diiribuguŋnplace where wild animals come to feed1.6.4.2Animal eating
dindelimbinenmold
dindigiliŋcfsinsigen1electric fish1.6.1.5Fish2tiger nut, type of grass1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
dindiŋnlow note on zither4.2.3Music
dirivto harden up, to be used to, toughened upƲ yaraa kala nɛ dire.He is used to beating.Ba bɩ dɩa la dire.They did not harden the floor of the room.8.3.6.2Hard, firm
disiniŋndirt, impurities, uncleanness (in a religious sense)2.5Health
disinjɩgɩŋnfiltƲ dɩa kala ŋaa disinjɩgɩŋ nɛ.His whole house is filthy.2.5Health
dɩ́cj1that, so that, in order that (purposive)Ʋ sɩ dɩ mɩ bala kɔ.She said that, my husband should come.2dir. or indir. speech introducerƲ pɩɛsa dɩ nɩɩ nɛ ʋ nyɩmma mʋ.He asked where his father had gone.Ŋɩɩ nɛ ʋ bʋl dɩ mɩ bala kɔ.He said my husband should come.
dɩ̀1cjandMɩ dɩ ʋ yie to dɔŋɔ.He and I go everywhere together.