Komo – English/Swahili/French


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o defective v you (singular) u tu ?O phɔtɔ oani? You are still here?
oa₁ adv there, where? pale là ?Omari a oa? Where is Omari?
oa₂ (inf. var. lola₁; inf. var. ola₁) v saw pasua scier
oa₃ (inf. var. lola₂; inf. var. ola₂) v sharpen chua, kuna rapêr, limer
oa₄ (inf. var. ola₃; inf. var. (*loa); inf. var. lola₃) v combust waka s'allumer
oanga n oven, conflagration tanuru four
oani dem here, hereabout hapa ici Oani ande bogaɔ ndea Mokonga. Hereabout is the enclosure of God (the mission station).
oba₁ v peel -bandua décoller
oba₂ n fence, enclosure boma clòture Endu ndea moko Pɔlɔ ande subi ǒba. Paul's house is in the middle of an enclosure.
obamba n palette kibao palette
obaɔ n plank mbau planche Basidɔɔ báobhoma obaɔ. Sawyers are ripsawing planks.
obenga n the hunt using dogs uwindo kwa mbwa la chasse au chien Nkpa nde aokonda obenga nnaóbanga banyama. He who likes to hunt with dogs does not fear wild animals.
obenge n wide river, employed to signify 'ocean'
obɛ llcr: . pro you (singular) wewe toi
obhakanga n field with brush removed, but with the trees left standing shamba uliolimiwa na kuachwa bila kukatwa champ défriché sans abattage
obhebhɔ llcr: bhebha. n praise, glory sifa, utukufu félicitation, louange Ba á n'obhebhɔ ka kema ande ngɔa. The having of praise with regard to something is lucky. syn: bosegi.
obhigɔ n character, property, nature, reservation charactéristique de quelque chose, nature, réservation Ɛbhɔtɔ á ngɛa ande obhigɔ ndea bagbɛga. The anterior abdomen of the pig is the reservation of the elders.
obhitɔ n raft pirouge
obokan v be peeled off -banduka être enlever
obɔ n sheath for a lance ala étui d'une lance
obunɔ n interior conflict
obuɔ n golden cat aina ya paka pori chat doré Felis (Profelis) aurata (Temminck)
odhemayɔ n deception, deceitfulness udanganifu tromperie Bakpa buambo bá na odhemayɔ ka gabha á kema. Some people have deceitfulness in dividing something (such as game that has been trapped).
odo llcr: esau; llcr: nsɔdɔ. n ground udongo terre Nkpa ndea mosa-mosa ka mokonda nde dátɔki ka odo. The very first man of this world came to the ground. ph. v. ika ka odo
oea n tree species known for its bad odor aina ya mti ndogo huketa harufu sorte d'arbre qui donne de l'odeur désagréable