Leather - Awo Machine (Any) - Ero Pilfer - Fe'wo Thief - Ole Missing/Miss - Se Aaro (S'aaro) Sponge - Kain-Kain
Kenke and kain kain are still the same only different pronounciation.
A thief can still be called fe'wo (pick pocket).
Leather (polythene) is also ora. A grinder is still ero, so what's the correction about ole when it is up there?
Awo means skin.
Naah, Not do-do.. but re-re. Awo (rere) - Leather Awo (dodo) - Skin/Color
Yes, when you say someone n "fe'wo", it means he pilfers stuff. You can't really say an Armed robber n fe'wo, even though a robber is a big time thief. If someone burgles into your house and breaks your safe with a crow-bar, you won't say iru eni be fe'wo wa si ile yin, you would call them straight out Ole.
I think, Fe'wo otherwise known as Afowora means more like pilfering small stuff in a craft manner.
As for Kenke, I have never heard that before o. All I hear is Kainkain. And Polythene is not leather. Ora means either Fat or a plastic bag.