Komo - English/Swahili/French


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ɔngɛnɛ n female sitatunga mke mwa nzohe sitatunga femelle llcr: cɔcɔdɛ.
ɔngɔ n direction upande direction
ɔnjiana v be face to face
ɔpha₁ v swear -apa jurer
ɔpha₂ v swing something, like a machete
ɔpha₃ (inf. var. lɔpha) v fish with nets -vua pêcher à la nasse
ɔphana llcr: mɔphani. v call -ita appeler Babɔkɔti báɔphana baniki ka eaga. Parents call the children to eat.
ɔphɛɔ n sacrifice, traditionally of a child by cremation and scattering the ashes in the forest
ɔphɛphɛ n dish, dishplate sahani assiette, vaisselle Baganja á mosa dábákáoeaga k'ɔphɛphɛ. The circumcised children of old did not eat from a plate.
ɔphɛua n tree species used in making axe handles aina ya mti hutengezwa kwa mpini wa shoka sorte d'arbre qu'on utilise pour fabrication de manche de hache
ɔphɔ n plant, bush nyasi herbe Baɔphɔ bátɛi ka ntanga. The weeds are growing in the common.
ɔphɔphɔ n softwood tree species aina ya mti usio na nguvu na hupatikana nyikani sorte d'arbre à bois faible qu'on trouve en brousse
ɔsa v crow wika chanter du coq Muku á kɔkɔ aɔɔsa ka kodokisa á esa. The rooster crows on opening the new day.
ɔsɛɛ n hardwood tree species found in the forest aina ya mti kubwa nguvu hupatikana porini sorte d'un arbre qu'on trouve en forêt
ɔsɛmana v be softened lainisha être assoupli, adouci Tongo aɔɔsɛmana na gamba. Sombe is softened by oil.
ɔta á nsa v warm self, especially the hands before a fire
ɔtata v cross a village by route -kata nji kwa barabara traverser un village par la route
ɔtɛa₁ v braid
ɔtɛa₂ n thorny tree species known for its being infested with insect larvae aina ya mti majani yake hukuliwa na vidudu ambao miili yao yana miiba sorte d'arbre qui périodiquement qu'on trouve des espèces de chenilles qui portent des épines Mapaca
ɔtɛtɛ n hot red pepper species with bell shape aina ya pilipili kubwa sorte de pilipili
ɔtɔa v prophesy kutabiri prophétiser
ɔya v thunder, rumble -nguruma rugir, tonner Gɔa aɔɔya. The waterfall rumbles.