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yuosuŋcftaawɛɩnfight/s, quarrel/s4.8.2Fight
yuuvto dipJoŋ nɩsɩŋ yuu lɩɩŋ lɛ.Dip your hand into water.7.3.2.6Put in
vto forgetDɩ mɩ nɛ yʋa, ŋ liisimi.If I forget, remind me.3.2.6.1Forget
yʋgɛ1cf-kɛnɛkɩŋkɛŋnummany, to be muchNɩaa yʋga aa tɩŋ nɩmɛ.Many people are working there.8.1.3.1Many, much
yʋgɛ2vto be big, to be fatHaal la yʋga.The woman is fat.Pupoi la yʋga.The pot is big.
yʋgʋlɛvto pour sth.Fɩɛla yʋgʋlɛ sɩŋ la.Pour off the pito carefully (so that the dregs stay at the bottom).
yʋɔlɛvto dissolveDɩ ŋ nɛ joŋ yɩsɩŋ hɛ lɩɩŋ lɛ ʋ jaŋ yʋɔlɛ.If you put salt into water, it will dissolve.
yʋɔlʋŋntassel
yʋɔrɛv1to get weakMɩ yaraa kala nɛ yʋɔra.I am feeling weak in my body.2.5Health2.5.1Sick2to be confused or confoundedƲ nandaasɩŋ kala yʋɔra nɛ.He was shocked (or discouraged).
yʋɔsɛvto be busy doing sth.Ba yʋɔsa nɛ a ŋɩŋaa kʋdiilee.They were busy cooking.6.1.2.3.3Busy