Komo – English/Swahili/French


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gbae₁ adj large
gbae₂ n robe
gbaemana v be large
gbaga v harden, be difficult fanya gumu se durcir, être difficile
gbagea v be difficult to
gbaimisa v enlarge, extend -panua élargir, étendre Moko éteba aogbaimisa ciko ndɛakɛ. The polygamous man enlarges his fields.
gbandua v dry (trans.) -kausha étaler à l'air pour sécher Bake báogbandua ngɔmbɛ ka mani. The women are drying clothes in the sun.
gbangba n species of larva aina ya funza sorte de larve
gbaua v violate a custom, break a taboo -vunja shauri violer, ne pas respecter un donné
gbenga v cut the branches off of a fallen tree
gbɛda-gbɛda n black collared apalis, bird aina ya ndege sorte d'oiseau
gbɛdɛmana v soften -lainika assouplir Aoba nke naodhoa tongo, áɔgbɛdɛmana. If aa woman is pounding sombe, it softens.
gbɛdɛmisa v soften -lainisha faire assouplir Soki aɔgbɛdɛmisa eea. Saliva softens food.
gbɛɛkɛsɛ n dust uvumbi poussière
gbɛgba v be scattered -tawanyika être épars, répandu
gbiki n species of larva aina ya funza sorte de larve
gbogba v be fertile female, be ready to germinate kuwa mwali, kuwa tayari kwa kuchipuka être femme fertile, être pret à germer
gbokis v shake, push-pull
gboma v bark mlio kama ya mbwa aboyer Mbɔa akae áogboma. The bad dog barks.
gbondoa v crash against, hit, touch, bump, knock -konga heurter, coigner
gbondoaga kiio phrasal v knock piga hodi frapper à la porte
gbongbokoto n bird species aina ya ndege sorte d'oiseau
gbɔgbɔ n ankle kifundo cha mguu cheville
gbua v hunt -inda chasser
gbugbu n trunk kiwiliwili tronc Báobhoma gbugbu á bame ka obaɔ. One ripsaws tree trunks into wood.

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