ɩklʋn1ɪklʊ̃ʔ(L)pl.aklʋncontractionklʋn1n.doorMɩ obu ɩklʋn layinta. Nɛ́ha kapɛnta osre bamba ha mɩ.My room's door has spoiled. I get a carpenter to make (carve) another for me.Nefin ɩklʋn amʋ a, obu amʋtɔ loklun.When I closed the door, the room was dark.18.104.22.168Door
ɩklʋn nyaɪklʊ̃ɲácomp. ofɩklʋn22nya 1n.suffer without complainingƖbʋalɛ ánɩ́ okristoyɩn obénya klʋn mbrɛ fɛ́ɛ́tɔ.It is good for a Christian to have patience all the time.Kokoli makpla mʋ, nya klʋn anuu.Please don't mind him but be patient, you hear.22.214.171.124Patient
ɩkɔɪkɔ (H)pl.akɔcontractionkɔ3n.1debtAlaka mɩ kɔ.He has paid me.Mapʋ lalahɛ ka lalahɛ kɔ.Don't pay back evil for evil.126.96.36.199Owecomp.ka ɩkɔpaymentlɛ kɔowe2a fine to be paidOwie ɔbɛɛ, fʋa fʋmɛba agyʋma a, bɔ́hɔ fʋ kɔ.The chief says whoever doesn't come to work, they will take your fine.
ɩkwɛɪkʷɛʔ(L)pl.akwɛn.drumKebi amʋ tɛda akwɛ wanklaan.The child can play drums very well.Nɩ fʋyin akwɛ da a, ɩbʋ adalɛ.If you know how to drum, it is easy to drum.Ofori yin alɩa bʋtɛda akwɛ tamɛ omeyin alɩa bʋtɛtsa.Ofori knows how to drum, but he does not know how to dance.Ɔlɛda akwɛ amʋ wanlaan.He played the drums well.Specabombabig drumatumpatalking drumodondodrum (tuneable)188.8.131.52Musical instrument
ɩlaɪláʔ(H)contractionla3n.1behaviourBʋtɛkɩ latɔ.They always watched one another's behaviour. The implication is that because someone else is not doing something, you don't have to either.4.3Behavior184.108.40.206Badcomp.lɛ ɩlacriticize2evil behaviourph. v.pʋ ɩla gyido evil tocomp.mɔsɩlaamusement