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cɛɛ3HHv1declare2make explicit3burst through4revealcɛɛcɛɛlecɛɛlècɛɛlɛɛbwase
cɛɛsaŋbocɛɛsaŋHLH.LHLHcɛɛnsaŋn1/2flat shaker used in making music
cɛɛyHHkecɛɛyadjtrueFí nu ke cɛɛy.It is true.
cɛɛy cɛɛyHH HHadj1real; a real one2actually what it seems to be3genuine4not artificial
CɛfonHM.LHMnp1/2title in the kpwifon society
cɛkɛlɛbocɛkɛlɛLLL.LLLLcɛkɛn1/2sifter; a screen through which grain or flour is separated from chaffs
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cɛkɛnLHvsift; to put something through a screen in order to sift out partskeecɛkɛncɛkɛncɛkenecɛkenècɛkɛnɛɛ
cɛlɛHHkeyɛvburst with a sense of fluid leakingkeecɛlɛcɛlɛcɛɛtecɛɛtècɛlɛnɛɛ
cɛm1Hvbe ill, sick, not healthy, not sound in bodykeecɛmcɛmɛcɛmtecɛmtècɛmɛɛ
cɛm2Hv1harvest early; such as if corn in the farm is not quite ripe, with a week or two before it fully ripens; but because the family is starving and there is absolutely nothing else to eat, the decision is taken that some of the partially ripened corn can be cɛm and cooked before anyone faints from hunger2eat something early though it is not yet fully cooked; such as if plantains or cocoyams are cooking on the fire yet are not quite ready, but because someone is really very hungry and cannot wait for the food to be well cooked, he opens the pot, takes some, and starts to eat while leaving the rest in the pot to continue cooking. When one does that he is said to have cɛm the cooking potkeecɛmcɛmɛcɛmtecɛmtècɛmɛɛ
cɛncɛ́nL.Hn9/10soup which is slippery and usually common at child birth celebrationCɛn nu mbase boo.This is the soup for the birth celebration.mbase
cɛŋHLamnsoʼvdancecɛŋɛcɛɛŋkecɛɛŋkècɛŋɛɛbin, mɛw
cɛŋse1MHv1drill ceremonially2train a child to walkkeecɛŋsecɛŋsecɛŋseecɛŋseècɛŋsɛɛ
cɛŋse2MHvspin or make thread for clothingkeecɛŋsecɛŋsecɛŋseecɛŋseècɛŋsɛɛ
cɛwMv1hoe or soften the soil2plough a furrow3shred or tear something into small stripskeecɛwcɛwɛcɛɛkecɛɛkècɛwɛɛ
cɛʼ weeH LLn1/2middle age man
cɛwkɛnHHv1harsh or fierce2hostile3vicious or aggressive4to be bitter5to be on edgekeecɛkɛncɛwkɛncɛwkenecɛwkenècɛkɛnɛɛŋasɛn
cɛy1Mv1wait on something or someone2guard to keep something safe and securekeecɛycɛyɛcɛytecɛytècɛyɛɛyekɛ
cɛy2Hvcutkeecɛycɛyɛcɛytecɛytècɛyɛɛcun
ci1Mv1refuse, prohibit, prevent, or forbid someone or something2restrict3stop from approaching4choke5hit or strikekeecicilɛcilecilècilɛɛ
ci2Hv1make grow2grow bushy such as an unkempt farm or an unkempt premiseskeecicilɛcilecilècilɛɛku
ci3Hv1not sell goods in market2description of goods which were presented at market but not purchasedkeecicicilecilècilɛɛ
cicɛLHv1comfort2pamper a child3anger rising in someonecicɛcicicicìcicɛɛ
ciciwabociciwaHHM.LHHMn1/2flag
cifeHHv1quiet2deaf; be unable to hear3mute; be unable to speak4be in a coma5blunt or dullkeecifecifeciiteciitècifɛɛ