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The following dictionary entries are tagged verb:

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adígé, v. To tug.
adíhoé, v. To breathe.
afoé, v. To swallow.
ahé, v. To change.
akonedubé, v. To menstruate.
aktoné, v. To present or plead an argument in front of a figure or assembly of authority; to protest on the behalf of.
alaifoiné, v. To swallow.
alaksé, v. To dip the head indicating yes or acceptance.
alañgé, v. To go down, to descend.
alanidzhé, v. To deposit.
alazé, v. To hesitate or briefly pause.
albedé, v. To be idle; to not flow; to have no work or inspiration; to be dried up (of a river).
aledekighé, v. To improvise.
alefínané, v. To speak honestly about a difficult topic or one frequently subject to ridicule.
aléhé, v. To rob of all effectiveness; to make irrelevant or impotent.
alenzegé, v. To evacuate.
alestillindé, v. To commit blasphemy.
alestitré, v. To boycott or snub.
alíegé, v. To leave; to abandon.
alígé, v. To flee, to run away, to retreat.
alíoamé, v. To love someone without respect.
alipté, v. To mature; to grow serious.
alísogé, v. To chase or hunt, especially with the intent of capturing or harming.
alitopé, v. To arrange in reverse order.
alivitúbé, v. To give a familiar quotation or predictable response by only stating part of it; anapodoton.
alkúé, v. To do something very precisely and carefully.
allísaré, v. To refuse a request.
allôrúé, v. To scan; to read briefly; to skim; to glance at one's surroundings.
alobé, v. To risk.
alonegé, v. To exit.
alpoloñé, v. Intransitively, to be preoccupied with anger; transitively, to seethe with rage at someone or something.
alsoipúé, v. To bash.
alsoithebé, v. To perform integral calculus on an equation.
althanagé, v. Of a word, sentence, or clause, to span two or more lines in a poem; enjambment.
althoigé, v. To cross; to go across.
altsithé, v. To speak.
alúé, v. To jump.
alúé (ighikhete), v. To omit words because they are obvious in context; linguistic ellipsis.
alyé, v. To wait (for someone or something expected).
amé, v. To love, generally.
ameponé, v. To lavish, dote on, or cover with affection.
amindé, v. To dance with a lover.
amíthé, v. To produce a useful thing (not art) as an expression of love.
amopré, v. To lift spirits (with love).
amorilé, v. To seek attention.
ané, v. To examine, inspect, explore, or closely study something.
ansepezheté, v. To nurture.
anzhofé, v. To renew love (for someone).
apekaré, v. To create a work specifically for performance by, or the image of, a particular muse or model.
apekilé, v. To devote or dedicate work to a patron or muse.
apidzhé, v. To insert.
apintiké, v. To swap the syllables of a single word as wordplay.
apogé, v. To enter.
aré, v. To take.
aremé, v. To forage or scavenge.
arlé, v. To take.
arlemé, v. To happen upon and take; to scavenge; to forage.
asothahé, v. To freeze.
avôkúé, v. To charge into battle.
ayé, v. To feel (proprioceptively).
azagé, v. To lower.
azelikúé, v. To deny a claim (with authority); to make untrue.
bavé, v. To bend.
bavepé, v. To whip (usually with a tail.)
bedé, v. To flow; to water; to release a flow.
bedzuneitúbé, v. To give or state an informal syllogism.
bekatoné, v. To speak hyperbolically for satire or sarcasm; to adynate.
bepté, v. To dribble or drip.
beraisithé, v. To misunderstand.
berilekhúé, v. To use a word in a lexical role for which it has no standard definition (usually a noun as a verb); especially antimeria/anthimeria.
berithé, v. To misspeak.
bernakorré, v. To express a desire by (usually ironically) feigning disinterest.
beronveré, v. To give a false etymology to make a point; a kind of morphological pun.
berregé, v. To guide someone (to a desired conclusion) with malicious intent; to manipulate a person.
bízanlé, v. To delegate work.
bízé, v. To labour.
bleñdhé, v. To ruin.
bostelé, v. To walk pridefully; to strut.
bosúbé, v. To give plentifully; to give a rich bounty.
búé, v. To drum a beat.
dabré, v. To sew, to stitch.
dalé, v. To repeat the sound /d/ to create onomatopoeia with thudding footsteps, gunfire, or hammering.
dazé, v. To wrap around; to clothe (of a fabric).
dekighé, v. To prepare.
dekké, v. To succeed; to accomplish.
denaponé, v. To wash clothing.
deñgizhé, v. To dress.
denlé, v. To write.
depenthé, v. To coin or use an abbreviation of several words by taking just the first syllable of each; a kind of acronym.
dezhé, v. To restrict or constrain by removing options.
didtehé, v. To sharpen an idea or image; to bring something into focus; to rehearse; to practice.
díkwúbé, v. To explain.
dilé, v. To rain lightly; to drip.
dipuré, v. To stab or pierce.
direbé, v. To give a qualitative portrayal or sense of something.
dosé, v. To circle; to orbit.
dúpé, v. To fall.
dústebé, v. To construct (a building).
duté, v. To make a thudding sound.
dúteshé, v. To be sad; to be gripped with sorrow.

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