lóyóf1nSoul; the immaterial part of everything that breathes, sleeps and dreams; the part that goes on to another world after death.Mon le udél lóyóf tau.They say it's the speech of a person's soul.Ke tendo leneyen des yem ngà, wen hnebel lóyófen.If a child is always sickly, there is (something) his soul is seeking.The traditional belief is that every person has a soul which leaves the body when a person dreams. What is dreamed is actually experienced by the person through his soul. It is also believed that animals and chickens have souls, since dogs bark in their sleep, horses neigh, chickens cluck. A person's soul is an inveterate wanderer. The danger of this is that it may either get lost or get caught by spirit-beings and is not able to return. The result is that the person becomes ill. If the soul is eaten by its captors, the person dies. It is a good sign if a sick person sneezes, for that means his/her soul has returned, and the household would then expect a quick recovery.; A spirit-being called Fun Des 'Owner of Sickness' can be bargained with through offerings to return the soul. If the soul is returned, the sick person recovers immediately. One of the functions of the Ngà Bù 'familiar spirits' is to find souls that have wandered away and bring them back.; It is believed that if a baby is sickly, the soul of the child is either looking for a different mother or for a spouse. To cure the child is to find out which is wanted and to provide this for him/her.vardes tabag lóyófAppendix 12 Body parts of a person2adj(Of people) lightweight.-em-.Tey lemóyóf ngà ni.This child is very lightweight.cflaan 1maan 1fromlaan 1

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