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phaeka llcr: gbutuka. n part sehemu part
phaeka-songe llcr: mpea. n first or last quarter of the moon mwezi ndani ao mwezi nje premier ou dernier quartier de la Lune
phaɛ adv also aussi
phanda n scabies upele gale Npka ndɔ abhɛdi kukua á phanda. That person has gotten the disease of scabies.
phangia llcr: mphangigi. v show, indicate -onyesha montrer K'osaa, bakpa báobuna mbunde ka phangia á aphe. In the forest, people break branches in order to indicate the way.
phangiaga v teach -fundisha enseigner Eme Katinga, neophangiaga Kikomo ka moko Pɔlɔ. I, Katinga, I teach Kikomo for Mr. Paul.
phanis v appear to
phanja₁ v propogate, disperse -sambaza disperser K'esa, báóphanja bagoigi á buku á Mokonga. Today, one disperses students of the book of God.
phanja₂ v tree species aina ya mti sorte d'arbre
phanjekana v disperse -sambaa se disperser Baniki báɔ̌bɔna basoda báophanjekana. Children see soldiers, they scatter.
phaɔa v pass by -pita kwa ngamo nyingine ya barabara passer près à l'autre còté de la route
phapha n fly-swatter kipigi cha mainzi chasse-mouche Bagbɛga báotamba na phapha. The elders go around with a fly-swatter stick.
phaphata₁ v burst, explode -pasuka éclater
phaphata₂ poss next younger sibling
phaphatisa v wean, give a multi-gravida birth achisha mtoto sevrer
phaphatisa oki v go to the in-laws for a second wife kwenda pahali pa wakwe kwa kupata mke mwa pili retourner à la belle-famille pour une deuxième femme
phaphean v walk together, accompany each other
phasa llcr: manyɛ. v urinate -kojoa uriner Aoba nonu ibo asi, ǒophasa. If you drink lots of water, you urinate.
phatia llcr: daka; llcr: bumba. v close, shut -funga fermer, clore Kipha, beongia subi éndu na beophatia kio. At night we enter the house and shut the door.
phea v be sharp -noka être tranchant Miki á mbakɔ nde ékoi aophea phɛlɛ. The circumciser's knife is very sharp.
pheka v bring into play in a ritual objects signifying effects that one wishes to result from the rite faire intervenir dans un rite des objets singifiant les effets que l'on attend de celui-ci, mettre des fetishes
phekea v forbid -kataza défendre
phembekete n key ufunguo cle Báophatia kiio na phembekete ka kegea a bakukuba. One shuts the door with a key in order to hinder theives.
phenda v pay -lipa payer
phenea v forbid -kataza défendre Bánaǒphenea baniki ka njoko. One does not forbid the children from playing.