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nyɩrɩgɛvto fall on one's faceBile dɩa fá mʋ tele nyɩrɩgɛ.Yesterday, when the child was running, he fell on his face.
nyɩsɛv1to convince, persuade, deceiveMɩ jaŋ nyɩsa laa moribiiŋ.I will deceive him and collect his money.2to let sb. down, fail sb.Bɛɛ nɛ tɩɩ ŋ nyɩsɛmɛ aŋ bɩ kɔ?Why did you let me down and did not come?
nyɩsɩbiiŋnsweatbee1.6.1.7Insect
nyɩsɩŋcfhɩlanwizard, witch
nyonsonwhite guinea corn, white sorghum1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
nyɔɔŋnblemish, defectBʋʋŋ la bɩ nyɔɔ kala kɛnɛ.The goat has no defect.2.5Health
nyubɛlɛnturban for men
nyuchaasancomb
nyuduoŋcfbɔɩduoŋtʋɔdoluŋnstubbornness, obstinacy
nyufʋnansmall knife, razor
nyugbaŋan1center2.1.1Head2noon
nyugʋnʋŋncorner of the head2.1.1Head
nyukpalanscarf, head-covering for a woman
nyukpelenbare head, uncovered head2.1.1Head
nyukperibalegisecfbʋgɛrɛgɛrɩbʋɩŋnwall gecko1.6.1.3.2Lizard
nyukuŋkogulonskull2.1.1Head
nyukʋŋkʋlʋŋnbrain2.1.1Head
nyunchugbaŋkogonhelmet
nyunchuulonhat, cap
nyuŋ1nheadƲ nyuŋ yʋga.He has a big head.2.1.1Head
nyuŋ2post poson topJoŋ gbaŋa la bil kpasa nyuŋ.Put the bowl on top of the chair.