tin1tĩʔ(L)v.1plug or close off an openingPʋ ɩbɩ tin asʋ.Plug your ears with your hands.Ɔdɔtɔpʋ amʋ lowun ánɩ́ kpasi bʋ ɔbɔ amʋtɔ sʋ oletin mʋ́ mɛnɩ ɔmɛ́ɛdalɩ.The farmer realised that there was a rat in the hole and he closed it so that it would not get out.Ɔkpasʋ agyʋma ayɔpʋ amʋ batin ɔkpa tsufɛ bʋdɛ agyʋma yɔ ɔkpa amʋsʋ.The road workers have blocked the road because they are working on the road.126.96.36.199Block, dam upcomp.isutin1deafph. v.ka X itinrebuke2to stick into somethingOwu amʋ tin ɩnʋ a, pio mʋ́ lɛ.The thorn has stuck into there so pull it out.
titriutitriuadj.especiallyNtekle fufu, titriu mʋ́a abɛ aputsu.I like fufu especially with palm nut soup.Sukuufɔ abi bʋbʋ akɩlɛ, titriu amʋ́ ayinbi.The school children are nice to look at, especially the boys.Nɛha mlɩ fɛ́ɛ́ itsia titriu nyebi amʋ.My greetings to all of you, especially the children.188.8.131.52Markers of focus
tɩtɪ́v.to call someoneTɩ oyin amʋ ha mɩ.Call the man for me.Osunapʋ amʋ lɛtɩ sukuufɔ abi amʋ fɛ́ɛ́ ada kɩ amʋ́tɔ odua mɛba.The teacher called all the school children's names to see who didn't come.184.108.40.206.1Call
tɩatɪ́á(H)v.1to lay in a hole or containerƖwɔ kpɔnkpɔntɩ ɔkʋ tɩa ɔbɔ amʋtɔ.A certain big snake is lying in the hole.Ntsu latɩatɩa ɔkpatɔ, sʋ mʋ́ sʋ ma atsʋnlɛ.Water has lain in the road (in the potholes) so it is not good for travelling on.8.5Locationph. v.kpa tɩagatherwɔɩ tɩaflop down2to place something in a hole or containerKwi ɔbɔ afʋpʋ ɔlɔ́ amʋ tɩa mʋ́tɔ mɛnɩ ɩmóosunki da.You should dig a hole and stand the pot in it so that it won't fall over.8.5Location
tɩkpɔtɪk͡pɔ́n.immunization needleNyebi tɩkpɔtɩn ɩbʋ alɛ, tsufɛ ɩtetɩn ɩlɔ tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ ɔkpa.Immunization for children is good, because it prevents a lot of diseases.220.127.116.11Medicine
tɩn ɔnɔcomp. oftɩn11ɔnɔ 6v.to make a false excuseƆplɔɩ bʋtɔpʋ tɩn ɔnɔ wɩ nyambi.They take rotten meat to stop protests, eat maggots.Mmekle a nɔ́yɔ agyʋma amʋ. Ndekle a nɔ́yɔ ndɔtɔ sʋ napina pʋ sumbi amʋ tɩn ɔnɔ yɔ ndɔtɔ.I don't want to go to the communal labour. I want to go the farm so I pretended to have an errand to make an excuse to go to the farm.Mapʋ kebi amʋ tɩn ɔnɔ, ba ayɔ.Don't use your child as a false excuse, let's go.18.104.22.168Deceive22.214.171.124Defend against accusation
tɩnkɩtɪ́ŋkɪ́v.to stretch outƖnɩ sʋ kpakpahe na ɔdɛ mʋ oboyi tɩnkɩ nɩ.That is why the duck stretches its neck when it walks.Tɩnkɩ afudɩnkɩ atɔ amʋ anwunsʋ ha mɩ.Stretch so that you should bring the things down from up top for me.126.96.36.199Stretch188.8.131.52Extend
tɩnŋɛtɪ̃ŋːɛ́v.become unconsciousOyin amʋ latɩnŋɛ, brɛa amʋ́ yibi amʋ lɛdɩda.The man became unconscious when their vehicle had an accident.Oyin amʋ latɩŋŋɛ, tamɛ alayinkia ɔŋɛ.The man became unconscious, but he returned to consciousness.184.108.40.206Lose consciousness