gbwagbwabogbwagbwaLH.LLHgwagwan1/2duck; any of various swimming birds which have a wide, flat beak, and short legs and necks, often kept for meat, eggs, and soft feathersShíe bô bogbwagbwa bò to kfuke yew to nu ɛ fiekɛn ɛ̂ ɛge we.Fowls and ducks which were sitting on the eggs in house all were burned.
gbwagbwa wvù ɛ joobogbwagbwa bò ɛ jooLH.LLH M H LLn1/2white-backed duck; the male and female are similar in appearance with a white back and mostly brown elsewhere; sits low on the water and dives beneath the water; often found in pairs or in small groupsThalassornis leucomotus
gbwaseLHv1being used to or accustomed to2think over; often used in a negative sense3put interest in somethingkeegbwasegbwasegbwaasegbwaasègbwasɛɛkpwaw, tffume
gbwe1Mkeegwev1fall2the power, position, influence of someone coming to an end3to suffer failure or defeat4to pass into a new state or condition, such as falling sickƐge to nu ɛ buy ɛbo jo wvú gbwe kpweken.The eggs fell out of his hand and broke.keegbwegbweɛgbweegbweègbweɛkesɛ, bvuse
gbwe2gbwéL.Hgwe, gben9/10bird known as a partridge, referred to as francolinFrancolinus spp