lɔgɛv1to take part of sth. (soft)Lɔgɛ kapala.Take some of the fufu.2to pinch sb.Sɩ́ mɩ kaa lɔgɛ.Do not pinch me!3to scratch violentlyMɩ kori bile, aŋ ka ʋ lʋlɔgɩmɛ.I held the child and he scratched me severely.
lɔsɛcfdukpɩɩnɛluosiv1to harvest (yams), dig outBaal la lɔsɛ ʋ pɩaa kala.The man harvested all his yam.2to scrape, to hollow outƲ lɔsɛ gugoŋ.He hollowed out a drum.3to point out, draw sb.'s attention toBile sɩ kɛŋ luori la aa ŋaa, ba lɔsɛmɛ dɩ mɩ beena.When the child was touching the lorry, they drew my attention to it.
luv1to blow (the wind, cf. du)Peliŋ luo nɛ.The wind blew.2to dig deepƲ lu bʋa.He dug a deep hole.
lugivto be cloudy, dense, thickLeriŋ kala lugo nɛ jɩnɩŋ.It is cloudy today.
lugisicfnyiiriv1to tickleMɩ lugisi bile ʋ mɔŋ.I tickled the child and he laughed.2to wash the mouthJoŋ yɩsɩŋ hɛ lɩɩŋ lɛ a lugisi a kpʋra ta.Take salt water, rinse your mouth, gargle and spit it out.