pulipúlí v.1to uproot a plantOlotsu ɔtɩ puli ɩfa mʋ́a mʋ́ nlin wa blawunutɔ. He took a hoe and uprooted some grass with its roots and put it in a makeshift basket.Ɔdɔtɔpʋ ɔkʋ lapuli oyi mʋ́a mʋ́ nlin fɛ́ɛ́ mʋ ndɔtɔ, mɛnɩ ɩmɛ́ɛtra pɔɩ tsufɛ oyi amʋ ma alɛ.A certain farmer has uprooted a tree with all the roots so that it will not sprout again because the tree is not good.cfpupuliplough7.3.2.7Take something out of something6.2.1.2Growing roots6.2.4.2Uproot plantscomp.ɩwɩtɔ pulinauseader.pupuliplough2to die, said of a large tree as metaphor for the death of a notable personNɩ kɛlɩ puli a, baflɛ tɔkɔkwɛ mʋ́ asɩ. When great man dies lesser men will spring up.When a silk cotton tree uproots, pawpaw trees grow up around it.2.6.6Die3to harvest food that bears fruit undergroundIgyo atɛ amʋ lawu sʋ bʋdɛ igyo amʋ puli. The leaves of the yam have died so they are harvesting it.Mɩ kɩtɩba lawɩ. Noyopuli mʋ́.My groundnuts have born fruit. I'm going to go harvest them.6.2.1.2Growing roots6.2.5Harvestunspec. comp. formatopulibɩharvest time

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