âbid 2 1 pass something through a hole Bǐd nsiŋge á ndɔnde. Thread the needle. 2 put (hand) into Bǐd ekáá á ekwɛ-tê! Put your hand into the bag! âbíd Dial.var. âbwíd 1 go out, come out Bíd me á ndáb-te! Get out of my house! 2 let out; give out (liquid, odour) 3 rise (of the sun) 4 come from; originate from 5 to be related to somebody Súmə̄ debídé. We are related. Ábé bǎn bébɛ bébídé. Those two children are related. âbíd dúu âbíded âbídɛn âbídned âbídted âbíd ásē be lucky Abídé ásē. He is lucky. âbíd dúu be prominent, notorious, famous, popular âbíded -ed 1 bring out Abídté metii ébwɔ̄g. He brought the chairs outside. 2 drive out; send out Bídéd bǎn á ndáb-te! Send the children outside! 3 produce (as farm) âbíded mbakú declare judgement âbídɛn -ɛn go out with, come out with, bring out Bídɛ́n echoŋ mbód! Come out with your goat! âbídned -ned come suddenly; meet suddenly Bídnéd mə́ təléd! Meet him unawares! âbídted -ted 1 come out, cause to come out, release Abídtédé me nguu á eʼkɛ́-te. He made my pigs come out of the fence. 2 produce Bídtéd sé bewɔlɛɛ! Produce some greens for us! abii mebii cola nut, kola nut Cola acuminata; cola spp Bédyâg abii. They eat cola nuts. / Cola nuts are eaten. abii dé mehyə́lág abíi 1 Pl. mebíi breast Mebíi mébídé ene ngɔndéde. That girl has developed breasts. Mod-tɛ́ akídémwāŋ abíi áde nyaá. Everyone has sucked their motherʼs breast. abíi 2 ceremony held nine days after birth of a child âbii -e weave the edge of a basket or mat Abiide ebúm. He makes the edges of the mat. mbiined âbíi 1 1 v know Ebíí nɛ́n weé, dɛ̌kɛ̌ á ahín chǎn. You know we will go to the bush tomorrow. 2 v.aux know Abíí atel. He knows how to write. âbyɛ́ɛn 1 eʼbíi mbyɛ́ɛn âbíi 2 1 be soft 2 cooked Eʼtɔm éʼbíí. The plantains are cooked. 3 be ready to eat abíi á mbɔrɛ ? kind of weed Phaulopsis angolana âbii áte 1 v.ph burp 2 v belch Adyédé ndyééd kə́ə́ŋ abií áte. He ate food until he belched. abii dé mehyə́lág welcome cola nut given to visitor âbiined -ned help each other Búmə̄ bébiinaad. They help each other. abin 2 mebin plantain blossom (purple coloured) Syn. mbôd etɔm âbin áte 1 cut into big pieces, cut out greedily, stupidly 2 peel extravagantly Etánɛ́ abiné mbaaŋgé áte. Etane peeled the cocoyams extravagantly. ábíníí 1 that over there, those over there; far distal demonstrative pronoun, precedes nouns of classes 2, 8, 14 and 19; 2 the other one, the others (for nouns of classes 2, 8, 14 and 19) abísé mebísé 1 fashion Syn. ekə̂ŋ 2 way of dressing, attire Ébɛlé abísé. He dresses gorgeously. Abísé ábébé mə́ yə̌l. The way he dressed is not good. His clothing got spoiled.