Komo - English/Swahili/French


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ɔla v wear clothing -vaa porter des vêtements
ɔli inf. var. of ɔa
ɔlɔ₁ adv among katikati parmi
ɔlɔ₂ n gold zahabu or
ɔlɔa n among, in the middle of kati au milieu de Batuma báongia ka ɔlɔa á bambongo. Elephant hunters penetrate into the midst of elephants.
ɔlɔmana (inf. var. lɔlɔmana) v be luke-warm tendo ya kuwa na uvuguvugu tiédir
ɔlɔmis v make warm tendo kuweka uvuguvugu rendre tiède
ɔma₁ v dry -kauka secher Ɔma á ngɔmbɛ esa á mbua a akpɛ phɛlɛ. To dry clothes on a rainy day is difficult.
ɔma₂ n place nafasi lieu, endroit Yeso dábɔkɔtɛani k'ɔma ajede. Jesus was born in a filthy place.
ɔmana v marry -olewa marier Nke aɔmana mɔtɛ á moko. The woman marries at the house of the man.
ɔmba v cook (trans.) -pika préparer de la nourriture
ɔmbanaga v cook (intrans.) -pisha cuisiner Bake báɔmbanaga k'etua. The women cook in the cookhouse.
ɔmiɔ n fire-starter, match kiberiti allumeur, allumette Batatasu dábaotoboa nsa ndɛabɔ n'ɔmiɔ. Our ancestors started fire with an ɔmiɔ.
ɔmis v dry -kausha assecher
ɔmɔkak v dry -kauka secher
ɔna v see -ona voir
ɔnapha v cause to see sharply -onesha safi faire voir avec clarté
ɔnda v be emaciated -konda amaigrir Nkpa, aoba naosamba, aɔɔnda. Someone who is sick becomes emaciated.
ɔndɛ n pygmy elephant tembo mbilikimo éléphant pygmé Loxodonta pumilio
ɔndisa v atrophy -kondesha atrophier Kukua aɔndisa nyama. Sickness atrophies the body.
ɔnɛa v merit -stahili mériter
ɔnga (inf. var. lɔnga) v position, put beside weka katikati ya... fixer, mettre à còté de ...
ɔnganisa v reconcile reconcilier
ɔngb v spoil haribu
ɔngɛa v fill -jaza remplir Bake bâkɔɔngɛa jɔ ndeabɔ na nkumba. The women fill their paniers with baggage.