|Part of Speech||verb-object idiom|
|Phonetic Form||(i·)woi okoro|
|Morphology||~woi + okoro|
|Encyclopedic Info||Bamboos are especially played that way in a musical genre called buro bula okoro ‘songs for bamboos’. A handful of musicians are lined up in the centre of the village area (mane); as they pound the bamboos, they sing songs, to the sound of which the dancers dance around them.|
Kape ba-woi okoro, bai-oburo ne mane.We shall pound the bamboos and sing songs, in the dancing area.
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