Vernacular - English
tii paa cf ta chɔl to run very fast Luori la tii paa nɛ. The car is running very fast. 184.108.40.206.1 Run
tiipɩɩŋ a kind of wild edible yam 1.5 Plant tiire again Ʋ tiire joŋ kʋkaanɩŋ He (again) took what was left over.
tiisi to wash, clean (bowls, cf. chɛsɛ) Tiisi gbansɩ la. Wash the bowls. 5.6.3 Wash dishes til to arrange, lay Paa daasɩ la kaa mʋ til tabʋʋŋ lɛ. Collect the wood and lay the fire.
tim cf bire bire lim very black, dark Leriŋ ŋaa tim nɛ. The place is pitch dark. Leriŋ kala bire nɛ tim. The place is very dark. 220.127.116.11 Dark tine beside Mʋ chɩŋ ŋ nyɩmma tine. Go and stand beside your father.
tinteeŋ 1 earth, ground, floor 1.2.1 Land 2 place, country 1.2.1 Land 3 plot of land
tiŋ 1 to pay for Ʋ tiŋ bʋʋŋ la. He paid for the goat. 18.104.22.168 Pay 2 to bend forward, bow Time joŋ kʋla pɩmɛ. Bend down and get me that thing. 3 reward Wɩa jaŋ tiŋ nʋʋkala a magɛ ʋ tɩntɩŋŋaa. God will reward everyone according to his works.
Tirige Name for small woman or girl 2 Person
tirigi to be startled, to move backwards Ʋ na dɩmɩŋ a tirigi. He saw the snake and jumped back in alarm. 7.2.2 Move in a direction tɩà to give Joŋ pɛnsɩl tɩa! Give me the pencil
tɩ̀á 1 tree (gen term) 1.5.1 Tree 1.1 n
tɩarɩŋ mud plaster, mortar 1.2.1 Land