kpa2k͡páʔ v.1to gather something togetherKpa ipi amʋ tsitsa. Gather the rubbish and throw it away.cfkʋlacollecttɔsɩ1pick uptsu1pick7.5.1Gatherph. v.kpa tɩagather2to push something togetherKpa ɔda sun. Sit with chin in your hand.7.3.2.9Push3to spring a trapYibi amʋ lakpa. Ɔma iteyinki Things return to what they were before.The trap has sprung. It returns back.6.4.2Trap4to lead someone somewhereKpa mʋ ya! Take him away!Lead him there.akufa ɔkpashepherdcfyasend7.2.5.3Guide4.5.3.1Lead5to rub something on something elseƆlɔpʋ ofobi kpa mʋ ɩbɩ sʋ. She applied pomade to her arm.cfkpita 2rub7.7.5Rubder.kpakpa2rub6to fadeTati pɛpɛ lakpa bwɛ fututu. The red cloth has faded to white.2.3.1.5.1Appear8.3.3.3Color7to become clear or light8.3.3.1Shine2.3.1.6Transparentph. v.kpa ogyasparkle8to take off (cloth); to take off a (man's) cloth.Kpa tati.5.3.7Wear clothing9to remove something; flay skinFʋ bi ɔkɔ dinka fʋ obiansʋ a, bʋtamapʋ ɔdayi ka mʋ́. Mpʋsa bʋtɔpʋ kpa mʋ́.Don't be harsh with / over-react to someone under your care; Don't make a mountain out of a molehill.If your child defecates on your thigh, don't cut it off with a knife. A sponge is what you use to remove it.7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin8.5.3.1Absentcomp.kpa nwunshave headɔwʋlʋ-kpakpaleather

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