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huurivto jeer, to make loud noiseƲ jʋʋ yɔbɔ a gaa kɩaa, ba huuri.When he was (caught) stealing in the market they jeered at him.Alipileŋ ka huuri nɛ wɩa nyuŋ.The aeroplane makes a loud noise in the sky.
vto be dried upViliŋ hʋa nɛ.The well is dried up.
hʋgʋmɛvpamper, to spoil sb.Ʋ kɛŋ bile hʋhʋgɛmɛ.He is spoiling the child.
hʋgʋsɛvto move the bodyƲ pɩna nɛ a hʋhʋgʋsɛ.He is lying down and moving his body.
hʋɔrɛvto give hospitalityMɩɩ mʋ mɩ hʋɔrɛ mɩ nʋhʋɔraa nɛ.I am going to look after my guests.
hʋʋnɛv1to sigh (because of worries)Wɩaa vɔgʋ ʋ hʋhʋʋnɛ.He sighed because of worries.4.4.3Respond to trouble2to growl (dog, lion)Vaha la ka hʋʋnʋ nɛ.The dog is growling.1.6.4.3Animal sounds