Komo - English/Swahili/French


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bukutu₁ n legs and root of the tail of walking reptiles and the greater pangolin. migulu na asili ya mkia ya mamba na ya pangolin kubwa. pattes et racine de la queue des sauriens et du grand pangolin
bukutu₂ n earwax mafuta ao nta ya sikio céruman Bukutu aodaka aphe á ketue. Earwax blocks the ear canal.
bumaga v jest by mock cursing or by mocking the dead -apiza plaisanter en souhaitant un malheur ou en se moquant d'un défunt Bemba báobumaga bakpa. The sorcerers jest by mock cursing people.
bumba llcr: phatia; llcr: daka. v cover, protect -fumika couvrir Ngɔmbɛ aosǒbumba ka phiɔ. Clothing protects us from the cold.
bumɔ n ritual of divination ibada ya maaguzi rituel de divination
bumuka v break up -vunjika briser
buna v break, destroy -vunja briser Bambɔa báobuna nkua. The dogs are breaking the bones.
bunasanaga v break up food to distribute
bunde inf. var. of mmbe₂
búndé inf. var. of ambe₃
búndɔ́₁ inf. var. of ambɔ
búndɔ́₂ inf. var. of mmbɔ
bundu n poverty umaskini pauvreté
bunɛngbo llcr: buangbo. adj another
bung v lose one's way -potea perdre chemin
bungaga v be lost -potea s'égarer Mkpa aobungaga k'osaa. Someone is lost in the forest.
bungu n giant forest squirrel aina ya kindi sorte d'écureuil Bungu aoea nkua. The bungu eats bones. Protoxerus stangeri
butɛtɛ n species of edible mushroom aina ya uyoga sorte de champignon comestible
butuma n rite for elephant hunters, fraternity of elephant hunters ibada ya watu wanaowinda matembo rite pour les chasseurs d'éléphants Butuma á bambongo ande bá ana mema akpɛ. The rite for the elephant hunters is to have a strong heart.
buupha n tree species aina ya mti sorte d'arbre
buusanaga v break up into little pieces
buyɛnɛ n poverty pauvreté