Bɔ Mmɔden vs. Sɔ Hwɛ

“Bɔ mmɔden” and “sɔ hwɛ” are both phrasal verbs that mean “to try”, but they aren’t the same, and you cannot use them interchangeably. If

English Translation of “etire”

etire noun

OTHER FORMS: ti; tiri; tire

  1. head BODY PART
  • etire bi so; etire bi sua | some heads are big; some heads are small
  • etire nteeɛ a, yɛnnyae ɛkyɛ soa I if the head hasn’t come off yet, we don’t stop carrying (wearing) the hat PROVERB
  • etire no mu dwaeɛ I the head cracked open

etire noun

  1. head POSITION
  • sɛ woba adwuma mu ha a, me ne etire no | if you come to this workplace, I am the head
  • ɔno ne etire wɔ abusua no mu I he/she is the head in the family
  • mɛyɛ etire; menyɛ dua | I will be the head; I won’t be the tail

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