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IGBO DICTIONARY

IGBO-ENGLISH-BEKEE

 

IGBO

Word

Continuous Meaning

ENGLISH

BEKEE

 

 

 

D.

 

 

 

 

 

da

 

miss; misses; madam; ma'am {Da Odiaka - Madam Odiaka}

 da

 

  warm; heat up

 

 da n'ọkụ

 warm {soup, etc.}

 

 da ọkụ

 brand; cauterize

 

 daze

 melt slowly

 da

 

  press {cloth}

 

 dakọ

 press {cloth, to dry it}

 

 da anya

 shirk one's duty

 

 Ụ na-ada anya ọlụ

 He is shirking the work

 

 da ṅdamanya

 be lazy; malinger; loaf about

 da

 

  fall; befall; occur; happen to {of something tragic}; suffer from; fail; set {of sun}

 

 Ọgụ dalụ

 A fight broke out

 

 Akụ mmili na-ada

 Hailstones are falling

 

 ọdịda

 fall; fall of a great or rich person; failure

 

 ọdịda anyanwụ, ọdịda chi

 West; sunset

 

 da aba

 fall on the back

 

 da ada, ada

  fall; fall down {usually of persons}

 

 Ụ dalụ ada

 She fell down

 

 da aka

 lay hands on

 

 da akakpọ

 be stunted {of person}

 

 Ụ dalụ akakpọ

 He is stunted in growth

 

 da akwụkwụ

 have epilepsy; be epileptic; have epileptic fits

 

 daba

 fall in with; correspond; be in agreement with

 

 dabanye

 fall into; match; correspond

 

 dabe

 support; rest back on

 

 dabelụ

 lean upon

 

 dabepụ

 fall off from {of part}

 

 dachasị

 lose all one's resources; be liquidated {business}; fail in all subjects {in exam}

 

 Ụlụ anyị ama-adachasị ṅcha

 Our business cannot fail completely

 

 dachi

 fall across {so as to block}

 

 dachigha azụ

 fall back sideways; rebound horizontally; backslide {e.g. as child's progress}

 

 Ada mụ na-adachigha azụ n'akwụkwọ

 My eldest daughter is falling behind at school

 

 dado

 lean against; fall upon

 

 Nkwụ afụ dadolụ n'enu ụnọ

 That palmtree fell on top of the house

 

 dafega

 fall across something, e.g. stream

 

 dafo

 clear and open up as a result of a fall {e.g. of tree}

 

 dagbu

 fall heavily upon, so as to kill

 

 ndagbu

 a fall of something heavy so as to kill; fall occasioning death {usually of another object but can be of object falling}

 

 ṅdagbu onwe

 death {by falling}

 

 daghalị

 toss about; be restless

 

 Oge ọ nwusịlị mmanya, ọ na-adaghalị

 When he had taken the palmwine, he started to fall about

 

 da ibi

 have hydrocele

 

 daji

 fall across and break:

 

 Ogbe ụkwa adajigo mkpọ

 A fruit of ụkwa has broken the walking stick.

 

 Mkpọ igwe m dajili n'utụtụ

 My steel walking-stick fell and snapped in the morning

 

 dajina

 have a hole, hollow, groove {of wall}

 

 ndajina

 hollow place, groove {in wall, etc.}

 

 dakọlịta

 be in harmony with {sound together or fall together}

 

 ndakọlịta

 harmony

 

 dakọ ọnụ

 coincide; be in harmony

 

 dakụlụ

 fall against

 

 dakpo attack;

 fall upon {e.g. of house}

 

 dakpọ

 fall upon violently; pounce upon {of people fighting}

 

 dakpọ arụ

 feel ill

 

 dakpọ

 fall into ruins; fall down flat

 

 dakpu

 fall in

 

 David adakpugo n'ọnụ

 David has fallen into a hole

 

 dakpudo

 fall upon

 

 dakwasị

 fall on; befall

 

 Ụ dakwasilị ya

 It fell on him, or it befell him {of fate, etc.}

 

 dakwepụ

  snap

 

 dakwepụ amụ

 laugh loudly; burst out laughing

 

 dalụ

 fall short of what was expected

 

 dalụ aka

 take by the hand

 

 da mba

 be lazy; be exhausted, worn out, very tired

 

 da m kpụna

 have hernia

 

 da n'aka

 take by the hand

 

 danarị

 fall off; slip off; fall from

 

 da ṅgwọlọ

 be lame

 

 da nra

 fine

 

 Fa ga-ada ya nra

 They will fine him {li nra}

 

 da n'ụkwụ

 happen in one's presence

 

 da ṅzuzo

 hide oneself

 

 danye

 give in; submit; fall into

 

 da obulubu

 fall upon one in a mass

 

 ṅda obulubu

 falling upon in a mass

 

 Fa bịakwutelụ ya na ṅda obulubu

 They came falling upon him in a mass

 

 da ogbenya

 be very poor

 

 da ogbi

 be dumb

 

 da obọ

 be idle {= dị ọbọ}

 

 da ọbụ

 fall into pit trap

 

 da ọkpụ aba

 fall on the back

 

 da ọma

 embrace

 

 dapụ

 fall off {of whole, from a place}

 

 Akwụkwọ afụ adapugọ

 That paper has fallen off {e.g. the table}

 

 daputa

 happen; occur unexpectedly

 

 ife ndaputa

 event; occurrence

 

 dasịsị

 drop one by one

 

 Akwụ na-adasịsị

 Palm-nuts keep on falling

 

 da ubịa m

 be poor, a pauper

 

 dawa

 fall and break

 

 dawụsa

 fall against; sprinkle; scatter upon {as rain}

 

 mmili ṅda aro

 the first rain of the year

 

 ndabebe

 support; stay; upholding:

 

 Ndabebe ụnọ a sili ike

 The supporting posts of this house are strong

 

 da ụda

 sound

 

 da ọnụ

  be expensive

 daa

 

  day by day; daily

 

 Ụ na-ekwu ife a daa

 He says this all the time

 

 kwa daa

 every day

 

 Anyị na-eme ya kwa daa

 We do it daily

 

 ụbosị daa

 every day; daily; day by day

 daa ke daa

 becca daa ke daa

 a famous Ghanaian hiplife song title by Becca. A beutiful song {I love this song} about... " How domestic voilence can kill you. Don't hide it Speak out before it's too late. No one deserves it" A 2 languages in one song - BECCA

 da-jụ

 

  be quiet: calm, peaceful

 

 Ụ dajụgo

 It is quiet:

 

 Ụ dajụlụ adajụ

 It is very quiet

 

 ndajụ

 calm; quiet; fringenuity;

 

 Ndajụ adụrọ ebe a

 There is no quiet here

 

 dajụ obi

 propitiate; appease; atone

da alu

 

well done

 daalụ

 

  thank you; a form of greeting

 

 daalụ nụ, daalụkwọ nụ

  a form of greeting {to more than one person in the same place}; I greet you all

 

 daalụ sọọ

 thank you very much!

 

 daalụ zị

 form of greeting used by a person leaving a place to the person he is leaving; daalụ zị nụ such a greeting directed to more than one person

 

 daalụ ọlụ

 salutation to those working

dalu

 

thank you

 daalu; imela

thank you

 danda

 

  sugar-ant {arụrụ ọcha}

 de

 

  mark; write; press

 

 odide

 writing; pressing; marking

 

 de akwa

 iron clothes

 

 de akwụkwọ

 write letter

 

 ode akwụkwọ

 clerk; letter-writer

 

 deba

 write into

 

 dechapụ

 erase; cancel

 

 dedo

 write upon

 

 defie

 write incorrectly

 

 degalụ akwụkwọ, leta

 write {letter} to

 

 dekwu

 write more

 

 de leta

 write letter

 

 delụ akwụkwọ, leta

 write {letter} to; help to write a letter

 

 denye

 write in{to}; enter by writing; include

 

 depụta

 write out; copy out

 

 Depụta ṅke

 a Copy this out

 

 ndepụta

 edition

 

 deta leta

 write letter to the speaker

 

 detọ

 lampoon; write against; libel

 

 de uli

 decorate the body with uli

 de

 

  put; place

 

 debe

  appoint; place; take care of; keep; observe

 

 debe ọnụ duu

 be silent

 

 debe uche

 think; imagine

 

 delụ duu

 stop talking; remain silent

 

 de n'ile

 taste; place on the tongue

 

 detụ ọnụ

  taste

 de

 

  sound; rumble

 

 de mmili

 threaten rain {with thundering}

 

 demu

 murmur; mutter; growl; grumble

 

 derube

 rumble; sound around

 de

 

  see gi de

 de

 

  be soft {as ripe fruit}; be soft and wet, soggy {as muddy ground, wet clothes}; dissolve in water {di de}

 

 de ṅde

 be sickly, delicate

 

 desị mmili

 drip {as of wet clothes}

 

 de ṅde

 disappear

de de

 

big brother

dede

 

uncle

 de-be, do-be

 

  stop {be}

 

 bedebe

 stop crying

 

 O bedebego ka ọ na-ebelịsị?

 Has she stopped {weeping} or is she still weeping?

 

 jedebe

 come to a stop

 

 Ebe a ka o jedebelụ

 It was here that he stopped

 de-be, do-be

 

  near{er}

 

 bịadebe

 come nearer

 

 Bịadebe m

 Come nearer to me

 

 jedebe

 go, move nearer

 

 Jedebe ọkụ

 Go nearer the fire

 deeme

 

  thank you!

 Dei

 

  name of one of the founding fathers of one of the nine quarters of Onitsha; hence Ụmụdei, a village in Onitsha founded by him

 

 ụmụdei

 freeborn children; children of a king or chief

di

 An ideal husband

Husband

 di anyi

Used to address a man, or less often to refer to him, either where his name is unknown or by wives referring to their husband.

 di ji

farmer; one who successfully cultivates on land.

 dike

Strong or courageous person.

 di mkpa

Strong young man, one who could cultivate a large number of farm land with yams or cassava.

 di nta

Hunter

 

 nwa di nta

 hunter's attendant

 

 di nwenu

 owner; master

 

 Dinwenu anyị, Dinwenu

  Our Lord; the Lord

 

 Jesu bụ Dinwenu anyị

 Jesu is our Lord

 

 di ochi

 palm wine tapper

 

 di ọkpa

 term of respectful address to men in general, esp. an elderly one; master

 

 di ọkpa

 cock

 

 di ọkpala

  first-born son; eldest man, and therefore priest, in a patrilineage

 

 la di

 have sexual intercourse {of woman}; be promiscuous, sexually loose {of woman}

 

 na be di

  {of woman just married} be married; go, return to husband's house; {in normal sense} go, return to husband or husband's house

 

 nụ di

 marry {of a woman}

 

 nwunye di

 co-wife; "mate"

 

 ọzọ dimgba

 gorilla

 di

 

  endure; be patient

 

 dido obi

 be patient

 

 di edi

 endure

 

 Ị ga-edi ya edi

 You have to endure it

 

 di ṅdidi

 be patient

 dibịa

 

  native doctor; medicine man; a member of the professional corporate group of traditional medicine men and diviners

 dibia-afa

oracle player

 dibia-afifia

pure herbalists medicine person

 

 dibịa afa

 a native doctor who specializes in divination

 dibia mmili

rain maker

 

 dibịa aja

 a dibịa who specializes in preparing the various sacrifices associated with the alụsị and the mmụọ

 

 dibịa ọgwụ

 medicine man who specializes in medical treatment

 

 nwa dibịa

 native doctor's attendant; native doctor

 di-de

 

 continuously; persistently

 

 jedide

 keep going on

 

 kwudide

 continue speaking

 

 kwụdide

 continue standing

 di-de

 

  soak; soften:

 

 Achịcha ị banyelụ na mmili n'ụtụtụ edidego

 The biscuit you steeped in water in the morning has become soft

 

 dide obi

 make to feel sick; cause nausea; yearn over; be affectionate {soften heart}

 

 {obi} dide

 feel sick; feel nausea

 

 Obi na-edide m

 I feel nausea

 

 obi ndide

 nausea {caused by indigestion}

dika

 

as

 di-na

 

  lie down; have sexual intercourse with; sleep with, a woman

 

 A na-edina

  {a man} sleeps with x {a woman}

 

 dinaji onu

 strain or crick the neck while sleeping

 

 Edinaji m onu

 I strained my neck while sleeping

 

 dinakọ

 have sexual intercourse {lie together}

 

 dina mmakpu

 lie on the stomach

 

 dina aba

 sleep on the back

 

 dina nkọ

 lie on the side

 

 akwa edina

 bed

di ocha

 

cleaner

di onu ani

 

cheaper

dishonari beke

 

English dictionary

 dị

 

  be {in a state of}; have {a certain quality}

 

 ọdịdị

  appearance; likeness; being; form; shape; taking one's part, siding with

 

 Ọ dị egwu

 It is tragic, wonderful, marvellous:

 Ọ dị ịfele

 It is shameful

 

 Ọ dị n'iwu

 It is illegal

 

 

 Ife a i me ọ dị anyaa?

 This thing you did, how was it?

 

 dị anị

 be humble, low, of low estate, contemptible

 

 dịba

 begin to live

 

 dịbu

 exist before

 

 Ọ dịbu adịbu

 It has been existing

 

 ọdịbu adịbu

 something {e.g. habit, custom} that has been existing for a long time

 

 dịchili

 block

 

 dịdebe

 be near

 

 Ụnọ nwoke afụ dịdebelụ ụnọ ọgwụ

 The man's house is near the hospital

 

 dị ebube

 be esteemed

 

 dị enu

 be out of reach

 

 dịfụ

 exist; be well

 

 dị iche

 be different

 

 dị ike

 be able

 

 dị ime

 be pregnant

 

 dị ka seem probable, as if; resemble; look like

 

 

 Ụ dị m ka m fụlụ ya

 I imagined that I saw him

 

 Ụ dị ka ọ fụlụ mụ n'anya

 He seems to like me

 

 dị ka agasị

 be as if

 

 dịlị

 belong to

 

 dịlịlị

 remain; continue

 

 dị mkpa

 be necessary

 

 dị mma

 be good; please

 

 ịdimma

 goodness

 

 dị mma n'anya

 be a pleasant sight

 

 dị n'aka

 be responsible

 

 dị n'anya

 desire; wish

 

 dị ndụ

 live; be alive

 

 dị nkọ

 be sharp

 

 dị n'obi

 be dear to one; be in one's heart

 

 dị n'ofu

 be in agreement, at one

 

 Bịanụ ka anyị dị n'ofu

 Come and let us agree together

 

 dị nsọ

 be holy, separate

 

 dị ṅzuzo

 be secret

 

 dị nwaayọ

 be meek, calm, quiet, humble

 

 Ọ dị nwaayọ

 She is gentle

 

 dịnyelụ

 side with

 

 dị oke ọnụ

 be dear, expensive

 

 dị okilikili

 be round

 

 dị ọbọ

 be idle, lazy {= da ọbọ}

 

 dị ọcha

 be pure, clean

 

 ịdịọcha

 purity; cleanness

 

 dị ọgọ

 be grateful, polite, modest, well-behaved, courteous, nicelooking

 

 dị ọkọlọkọlọ

 be round in shape

 

 dịrị

 get better; recover from illness

 

 dị uchu

 be industrious, diligent

 

 dị ụfụ

 be painful, distressing

 

 dị ụjọ

 be cowardly; fear

 

 dị walala

 be narrow

 

 dịwanye mma

 improve

 

 arụ ike na ọdịmma

 {good and} well-being

 

 ọ dị ka

 probably; it looks as though, if

 

 ọdịnaanị

 custom

 dị

 

  probably originates from dị, in Onitsha used only in the negative; it marks the progressive or habitual negative verb forms

 

 Chike adị-abịa

 {So} Chike is not coming/does not usually come

 

 Nkịta adị ata ọjị

 Dogs never eat kolanuts

 

 adị ama ama

 perhaps; maybe; in case {one never knows}

 dịnwọọ, dịọọ

 

  this {emphatic}

 

 Amarọ m ife dịnwọọ

 I do not know this thing

do

 

pull

 do

 

  set up; make; place; arrange

 

 Ka anyị doo ife a edoo

 Let us arrange this thing properly

 

 do Agbala

 perform routine sacrifice to the god Agbala

 

 do aja

 build a wall

 

 aja odido

 wall

 

 do aja

 place object{s} of sacrifice in a place

 

 do akanya

 make thatch

 

 do alusị

 erect a shrine

 

 do anị

 settle a country; establish place

 

 dogbu

 kill or spoil by placing

 

 dogha

 change; change place of; re-arrange; reverse; turn {something} round

 

 doghalị

 change place

 

 do iru

 face; turn face to incline towards

 

 do iyi

 place an object or objects, as charm or something obnoxious, on property in the belief that the charm will bring evil on a person who defies the charm and steals the property; protect an object by a fetish

 

 dokwa

  make peace; settle quarrel; arrange; decorate

 

 dolu anị

 put down

 

 dolu arụ anị

 take things quietly

 

 doni

 set up; build up

 

 do nsọ

 consecrate

 

 dozi

 arrange; prepare; settle; repair

 

 dozi anị

 remove pollution from a community

 

 dozi okwu

 settle a case

 do

 

  against; fast {in, on} {implies continuity; do}

 

 gado

 hold firm {with fingers or claws}

 

 gbabido

 hold up; waylay; intercept {lit. run to a halt against}

 

 kwụdo

 stand firm

 

 Otu anyị akwụdosigo ike

 Our club is now on a firm basis

 

 mado

 stick to

 

 Ọ gịni mado gị n'agba?

 What is sticking to your jaw?

 

 nodo

 sit on, against

 

 Ị nọdo m n'ụkwụ

 You are sitting on my foot

 

 tado

 grip with teeth

 

 Arụrụ tado gị na ntị

 An ant has got its pincers into your ear

 do

 

  be clear, settled, shady; settle, become clear {of liquids}

 

 do anya

 be clear

 

 Ife a do m anya

 This thing is clear to me

 

 do arụ

  recuperate; get stout

 

 do edo

 be clear {of liquids}

 

 do ṅdo

 be shady {of place}

dola

 

dollars (American dollars)

 doo

 

  quiet; calm; in an orderly, quiet manner

 

 Ebe a dị doo

 It is quiet here

 dọ

 

  draw; pull

 

 ọdịdọ

 pull{ing}

 

 dọ aka na ntị

 advise; warn

 

 dọ akpịlị

 long after

 

 dọbe

 break off {leaves or stalks of a plant}

 

 dọbi

 break off by pulling

 

 dọchigha azụ

 give a setback to; retard

 

 ndọchigha azụ

 setback

 

 Ṅke a bụ ndọchịgha azụ

 This is a setback

 

 dọdo

 hold fast

 

 dọ dọọnịdo, dọọlịdo

  pull against one another; have a tug-of-war

 

 dọgọ

 pull crooked or wrongly

 

 dọgbu

 strangle

 

 dọgha

 change position of something

 

 ndọgha

 reverse; changing of position {of something by somebody}

 

 dọka

 be torn; tear

 

 ndọka

 tearing; rending

 

 dọka akwụkwọ

 dismiss a case {tear paper}

 

 dọka anụ

 tear, rend {flesh}

 

 dọkalị

 tear from and take

 

 dọkali

 tear in pieces

 

 dọkasị

 tear to pieces; to torn to pieces

 

 dọkọ

 pull together

 

 dọkpụ

 drag; draw; pull along {e.g. goat with rope round its neck}

 

 dọkpụpụ

 draw out; pluck out forcibly

 

 dọli

 tear into pieces

 

 ndọli

 tearing into pieces

 

 dọlụ

 attract; convey

 

 dọ mbọ

 tear with nails

 

 dọ mma ọdụ

 saw a piece of timber by pulling {this is usually done by two people - one in a pit across which the timber is laid, and the other at ground-level}

 

 dọ n'agha

 take prisoner in war

 

 ọdịdọ n'agha

 captivity as result of war

 

 dọ ndọ

 persist; haggle; bargain; have a tug-of-war

 

 dọ ṅdudọ

 argue; draw out a discussion

 

 odọ ṅdudọ

 argumentative, difficult, disagreeable person; fretful, testy child

 

 dọnị

 wrinkle; be wrinkled {used for a material which has been stretched beyond its elastic limit, and then relaxed}

 

 ndọnị

 wrinkle

 

 dọ nki

 cut a face mark

 

 dọ ntị

 warn; admonish; exhort { dọ aka na ntị}

 

 dọpụ

 draw out

 

 dọputa

 draw out; pull out; rescue

 

 dọsa

 pull apart or into pieces

 

 dọso

 pull after

 

 dọtị

 be extended; extend

 

 dọtị ụta

 draw a bow {ready to shoot}

 

 ndọtị

 elasticity

 

 dọwa

 rend, tear {of cloth, not flesh}

 dọ

 

  stay; place

 

 dọba

 put down, set down

 

 dọlụ adọlụ

 remain; be left over; be stagnant {of water}

 

 dọlụ kilili

 be round, spherical {as a ball}

 

 dọnọ, dọ n'anị

 sit down

 

 dọnọrube

 sit around

 

 dọnye

 lay in; put into

 

 dọ ọdọ

 sit down {in speaking to children}

 

 Nne m na-adọ n'ọdụ akwa maka na ọ na-ebu akwa

 My mother usually sits at the cloth stall because she deals in clothes

 dọkịta

 

  doctor

 dọon? ịdọ, dọọlịdọ

 

  tug-of-war

 dotị

 

  catapult

 

 gba dotị

 shoot catapult

 

 Dotị ka o jili gbagbu nnụnụ afụ

 It was a catapult that he killed the bird with

 dotị

 

  dirt; filth {coll., dirty}

 

 lu dotị

 be dirty, filthy

 

 Thomas na-elu dotị

 Thomas is usually dirty

du

 

before

 nwa di nta

hunter's child

 di nwenu

Owner; master

 Dinwenu anyi, Dinwenu

Our Lord; the Lord {Jesu bu Dinwenu anyi - Jesus is our Lord}

 di ochi

Palm or Raffia wine tapper

 di okpa

Term used to address to men in general, esp. an elderly one; master. Ibusa used this to address head of kins men.

 di okpa

cock (of male chicken)

 di okpala

First born son; elderst man, as in patrilineage

 la di

Have sexual intercourse (of woman); be promiscuous, sexually loose (of woman)

 na be di

go; return to husband's house; of woman just married; be married

 nu di

marry of a woman

 nwunye di

co-wife; mate as being married within kins man

 ozo dimgba

Gorilla

 dido obi

Endure; be patient

 di edi

Endure; {I ga edi ya edi - You have to endure it}

 di ndidi

Be patient

 du

 

  lead; accompany

 

 odudu

 leading; guidance

 

 du aka

 help

 

 duba

 introduce; lead in, into

 

 dufie

 mislead

 

 dufu

 seduce; lead astray

 

 duga

 accompany

 

 dukọta

 muster

 

 Dukọta ndi agha afụ maka nnene

 Muster the troops for inspection

 

 dulu

 accompany; seduce

 

 duna

 lead; escort home

 

 du onye isi

 lead a blind person

 

 dupụ

 lead out; accompany; escort; push off a boat

 

 duruka

 lead a little way

 

 kpa ṅdu

 walk together; be companions; escort

 du

 

  put out {roots, shoots}

 

 du anaka

 put out shoots, suckers

 

 dudo

 take root

 du

 

  first; beforehand; precede {godu, and perhaps du}

 

 kpọtadu

 bring first {something capable of self-movement}

 

 wetadu

 bring first {i.e. bring something before doing something else, or before doing something else to the thing brought}

 

 Wetadu ya tupu ị tọghee ya

 Bring it first before you open it

 

 dudu

 be in a dull state

 

 gbaduba iru

 be morose, sulky, downcast

 

 Gịni melụ nị ji gbaduba iru?

 Why are you sulky?

 

 kpọdulu

 remain in dull uncheerful state; be dull and sad

 

 Amarọ m ife melụ Okeeke o ji wee kpọdulu n'ụnọ jụ na nya ama eje akwụkwọ

 I don't know what happened to Okeeke to make him stay dull at home and refuse to go to school

 

 dum

 quant. all; the whole { niine, which is the common Onitsha form}

 

 ife dum

 all things

 

 mgbe dum

 always; at all times; in perpetuity {mgbe niine}

 duu

 

 still; quiet

 

 debe ọnụ duu

 be silent

 

 delụ duu

 stop talking

 

 gba duu

 keep silence; refrain from answering; endure, tolerate

 

 tọgbọ duu

 lie still; lie down softly {gba duu}

 

 dụ

  marks interrogative

 

 Gịnị dụ bụ ṅke a?

 What is this?

 

 Gịnị kwọ bụdụ ṅke a?

 What is this again?

 dụ

 

  prick; pierce; sew

 

 ọdụdụ

 pricking; piercing; sewing

 

 dụ aka

 poke

 

 dụgbu

 pierce

 

 dụkọ

 sew together

 

 dụmi ụnọ

  construct framework of roof before thatching or fixing the sheets

 

 ndụmi {ụno}

 roof framework before thatching or fixing the sheets

 

 dụ ọfọlọ

  punt

 dụ

 

  regurgitate; vomit {gbọ}

 

 dụ adụ

 retch

 

 dụ ubili

 belch

 

 dụ ukolo

 belch

 

 dụ isi

 swear one's innocence by a deity

 dụ

 

  advise; give advice

 

 dụ ọdụ, ọdụ

 advise; give advice

 dụ

 

 plant {the stem, cutting of stem or branch, of a plant}

 

 

 

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