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IGBO DICTIONARY

IGBO-ENGLISH-BEKEE

 

IGBO

Word

Continuous Meaning

ENGLISH

BEKEE

 

 

 

F.

 

 

 

 

 

 fa

 

  they; them; their

 

 fa na isi fa

 they themselves

 

 fa ṅcha, fa niine

 all of them

 

 fa nwa

 they, them {emphatic}

 

 ṅke fa

 their; theirs

 fa

 

  stuff; crowed; squeeze {fa}

 

 faba {or faba}

 squeeze into

 

 fabasị

  stuff, squeeze into {e.g. crowded room}

 

 faghalị

 stuff from one position to another

 

 fanye

 stuff in between {two objects}

 

 fata

 squeeze

 fa

 

  stuff; crowd; squeeze {fa}

 

 fado

 stuff, crowd, squeeze in

 

 fanye aka n'ụkwụ

 fold hands; clasp hands between knees; sit with one's hands in one's lap; sit idle

 

 fapụ

  ease, by removing some part

 

 fapụsị

  remove with difficulty from a crowded place; squeeze out

 Fada

 

  Roman Catholic priest, father {Father}

 

 ndị Fada

 Catholic fathers; Catholics

 

 Ụka Fada

 Roman Catholic Church

 fe

 

  fly;

 

 ofufe

 flight {of birds, flies, aeroplanes}

 

 feba

 fly in

 

 febata

 fly over into

 

 feda

 fly down

 

 fedata

 fly down {towards}

 

 fefe

 fly across

 

 mfefe

 flying across

 

 fefega

 fly across

 

 fefụ

 fly away out of sight

 

 fega

 fly over to

 

 fego

 fly upwards

 

 feghalị

 fly about

 

 fekwu

 fly to

 

 fenaba

 fly home

 

 feni

 fly up

 

 mfeni

 flying up; flight

 

 feniri

 fly up; spring up quickly

 

 fenye

 fly into

 

 fepụ

  fly off; hurry off

 

 fesa

 fly in all directions

 

 fe ụfe

 fly

 

 mfe

 lightness; ease

 

 ụfe

 flight

 

 anụ ufe

 flying creature; bird; bat

 

 ụgbọ na-efe efe

 aeroplane; blow {of wind}; fan; flutter; wave; flap

 

 Ufele na-efe efe

 The wind is blowing

 

 Ibe akwa na-efe n'ikụkụ

 The cloth is fluttering in the breeze

 

 fe aka

 wave hand

 

 O feelụ m aka

 He waved to me

 

 fe azịlịza

 fan {oneself or another}

 

 fecha

 flap {wing, to dry it}

 

 fe ọkụ

 fan fire

 

 fepụ

  blow away {of wind

 

 fe ụkwụ

 dangle leg{s}

 

 akwa ụfụfe

 sail

 fe

 

  sprinkle; cast; throw {many objects}

 

 ofufe

 sprinkling; casting; throwing

 

 feda

 throw down

 

 fe mmili

 drive away rain; sprinkle water

 

 fe mkpụlu

  scatter seeds

 

 fe ṅza

 cast lots

 

 E felụ ṅza, ṅza wee ma Okechukwu

 They cast lots; the lot fell on Okechukwu

 

 fesa

 sprinkle all over; splash

 

 fesasị

 sprinkle completely

 

 fe ọlụ

 superintend work {shortened from nefe look over}

 fe

 

  worship; serve

 

 ofụfe

 service; worship; adoration

 

 ofụfe nrụ

 church service; religious worship

 

 fe alusị

 serve a divinity

 

 fe anị

  prepare land for planting by propitiating the spirits concerned

 

 fega ọfịa

 prepare forest for planting by propitiating the spirits concerned

 

 fe ṅrụ

 pay homage, esp. present gifts in traditional style to ọkpala

 fe

 

  cross over; pass

 

 O felụ mmili

 He crossed the river

 

 O felụ m n'ụzọ

 He passed me on the way

 

 ofụfe

 crossing; passing

 

 O fego

 He has passed

 

 Oge efego

 The time has long passed

 

 fe efe

 be contagious or infectious

 

 fe ofe

 be excessive {less common than - ri nne}

 

 fe ogwe

 cross a bridge

 

 fe oke

 surpass; pass the bounds

 

 fetaba

 cross over {someone else's area}

 

 Ifetaba oke adịrọ mma

 Exceeding the limit is not good

 

 fetaba

 begin to cross over

 fe-ni

 

  dry up, wither, become emaciated {of plants or people}

 fi

 

  wipe by pressing

 

 fi aka n'anya

 be wary; be careful

 

 ficha

 wipe {smaller amount than - kwọcha}

 

 fichapụ

 wipe off

 

 Fichapụ etụm dị n'arụ akwa afụ

 brush off the dust on that cloth

 

 fichasị

 wipe thoroughly

 

 fili

 press, rub hard so as to break into pieces; crush with hand or foot

 fi

 

  support

 

 fi akwụkwa

 make a cooking-pot stand

 

 fido

 support

 

 fili

 support

 

 fili isi

 rest the head

 

 ofili isi

 pillow

 fie

 

  bind; tie; gird

 

 ofifie

 binding

 

 fie agbụ

 bind; cord

 

 fiedo

 make fast with a cloth or belt

 

 O fiedo ṅnwa n'ukwụ

 she tied a child on her back

 

 fiedosi ike

 tighten

 

 fiegbu {figbu}

 strangle

 

 fiekọ

 tie together

 

 fierube

 gird, tie around

 

 ife mfiedo

 girdle; belt

 fie

 

  demand

 

 fieta ngọ

  receive back bride-price from wife's relations

 

 fie ụgwọ

  demand payment of a debt

 fie

 

  miss {most often used as second element in compound verb}

 

 Ife afịa nne ayị gotalụ fielụ m

  The goodies which mother bought missed me

 fị

 

  dry up; wither

 

 fị afị

 be withered, shrivelled

 

 fịkọ

 dry together

 

 fịkọ

 dry together

 

 fịkpọ, fịkpa

 dry up; wither and break

 

 fịnwụ

 wither; shrivel up

 fị

 

  twist; wring; braid

 

 ọfịfị

 twisting

 

 fịcha

 wring

 

 fịghalị

 twist

 

 fị ụdọ

  braid rope

 fị

 

  in a twisted state; entangled {fị - twist}

 

 tụfị

  be entangled {also - tụsị}

 fịa

 

  be difficult

 

 mfịa arụ

 adversity; distress; hardship; want; poverty

 fịa

 

  off

 

 chifịa

  rub, scrub, off

 

 kọfịa

 scratch, pick off

 fịọ, shọ

 

  make a noise {by large number of people}; make tumultuous noise!; full of tumult or riotousness; marked by disturbance and uproar: a tumultuous celebration. Raising a great clatter and commotion;

 

 fịọ ụzụ

  make quarrelsome noise; quarrel noisily; make tumultuous noise = tụ ụzụ

 fịọfịọ, shọọshọọ

 

  pigeon pea {Cajanus cajan}

 fo

 

  break {of day}

 

 ofifo, ofufo

 breaking {of day}

 

 Chi efogo

 Day has dawned

 

 fo chi

 last till dawn; last till the following morning

 

 ofufo chi

 dawn

 

 fosa

 become fully light {of day}:

 

 Chi efosago

 Daylight has come fully

 

 fosasị

 be bright {of daylight}

 

 Chi efosasịgo

 The daylight is bright and strong

 

 chi ofifo, ofufo

 period of daybreak as light grows stronger; be open, clear

 

 focha

 clear {a space}

 

 fochapụ

  clear away

 

 fo iru

 be open, clear, spacious

 

 arụ ofufo

 freedom from care; security; case

 fo

 

  mention

 

 ofufo

 mentioning

 

 fo afa

 mention; mention name

 

 fota afa

 make mention; mention

 fọ

 

  remain; be left over {gbọ}

 

 Ọ fo mmadụ one?

 How many people are left?

 

 fọdụ

 be left; remain over

 

 fọdụga

 remain in different places

 

 fọ sọ ọkpụkpụ

 be very emaciated

 fọ

 

 put {in or out}; take out from; put, squeeze, insert into {bag, pocket, etc.}

 

 fọnye

 put, squeeze into pocket, bag, etc

 

 Ọ na-afọnye ji n'ime akpa

 He is putting yams into the bag

 

 fọpụta

 take out from pocket, bag, etc.

 

 Ọ manyelụ aka n'akpa fọpụta ọjị naabọ

 He dipped his hand into his pocket and brought out two kolanuts

 fraide

 

 Friday

 fụ

 

  lose; get lost

 

 Akwụkwọ m efụgo

 My book is lost

 

 ofụfụ, mfụ

 loss

 

 fụ efụ

 lose; go astray; be lost

 

 fụghalịba

 wander about

 

 fumina

 be lost in such a way that the probability of being recovered is very low

 

 Ego afụ efuminago

 The money has been totally lost

 

 fụnarị

 wander from; be lost from

 

 Akwụkwọ m efụnarịgo m

 I have lost my book {My book is lost from me}

 

 fụru

 be lost

 

 fụ ụzọ

  lose one's way

 

 Efụlụ m ụzo

  I lost my way

 fu fe

 

  shake

 

 fufe isi

 shake the head

 fụ, fụ

 

  {has tone opposite to that of the preceding syllable} just; just now; right; very

 

 Ebee ka i bifụ?

  Where do you live now?

 

 fụ ṅdụụ, fụ kịtaa

 just now, immediately

 

 Biko, achọlụ m ka ị bịa fụ ṅdụụ

 Please, I want you to come just now

 fụ

 

  see; find

 

 ọf ụfụ

 seeing

 

 fụcha{sị}

 see all; see clearly

 

 fụchata

 be curious, inquisitive

 

 mfụchata

 curiosity; inquisitiveness

 

 fụda

 see to the end

 

 fụ inyege

 see faintly

 

 fụjọ

 be evil-disposed to; dislike

 

 fụkọ

 see together

 

 fụlụ

 discover a fault

 

 fụlụlụ

 spy on

 

 fụmi

 see to the bottom

 

 fụ n'anya

 love; like

 

 Fa fụlụ onwe fa n'anya

 They love each other.

 

 Afụl?ụ ?m gi n'anya

 I love you

 

 ịfunaanya

 love; fondness

 

 Ọ bụlụ na ịfụnaanya adịrọ n'etiti ụnụ, ụnụ ama aga n'iru

 If love does not exist among you, you cannot progress

 

 fụnarị

 see more {than another person}

 

 fụ ọfụ

  see vision

 

 fụta

 find

 

 fụte

 see afar off

 

 fụ ụzọ

 see clearly; be transparent

 

 fụwa

 see clearly

 

 fụzụ

 see all

 

 ofụfụ anya ụzọ

  sight

 fụ

 

  hurt

 

 fụ afụfụ

 suffer {ta afụfụ}

 

 fụju anya

  toil, suffer greatly; be horrified, as by an abomination

 

 Ndị mmadụ afụjugo anya n'ife na-eme kịtaa

  People are horrified by what is happening now

 

 fụsi anya

 suffer greatly; see too many tribulations

 

 fụ ụfụ

 hurt

 

 Ụkwụ na-afụ m ụfụ

 My leg is hurting me

 fụ

 

  peel

 

 fụ ji

 peel yam {usu. cooked}

 fụ

 

  blow; puff; swell

 

 fụcha

 winnow thoroughly

 

 fụ eko

 blow bellows

 

 fụkpọ

 blow until {it} bursts

 

 fụnye ume

 inflate

 

 fụnyụ

 blow out a light

 

 fụnwu

 light fire; kindle by blowing; raise light

 

 fụnwu ọkụ

 light a fire by blowing

 

 fụ ọkụ

 blow fire

 

 fụwa

 puff, burst {as bag}

 fụ kọ

 

  crumple; rumple

 

 

 

 

 

 

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