Komo - English/Swahili/French


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bhɛɛngisa v hang up, suspend -tundika accrocher, suspendre Abhɛ, aoba nátoki k'osaa, aɔbhɛɛngisa buku ndɛakɛ. Father, if he comes from the forest, hangs up his panier.
bhɛɛngisia v have hung faire accrocher, faire suspendre Báɔbhɛɛngisia bamɛna ganja masamba ka kingo. One has hung the masamba around the neck of the circumcision master.
bhɛnya v illumine -waka, -angaza éclarer
bhi n mouse species aina ya panya sorte de souris
bhia v fell, upend -angusha abattre, renverser Ka bhia á me, ambe bá n'eoka. To fell a tree, it is necessary that one has an axe.
bhibhi₁ n charcoal makala charbone Ka kona bámbo ka ciko, nyama á bake aoinda na bhibhi. In order to sow a field, the bodies of the womena are blackened with charcoal.
bhibhi₂ adv near, close, almost karibu près Bhibhi á kukua, mkpa nnaye kuubhapha. Close to death, a man has no awareness.
bhida v cook (intr.) -pika cuire
bhiimisia v approach -karibia s'approcher de
bhika v come kuja venir
bhikisa v bring, get -leta apporter Ngɔmbɛ á nkiki aobhikisa phanda ka nyama. Dirty clothes bring boils to the skin.
bhiko n fattened animal nyama enyi unono animal gras
bhisa v put -weka mettre Ambe bhisa eea ɔma anja. It is necessary to put food in a good place. ph. v. bhisa njaga
bhisa njaga (ph. v. of bhisa) phrasal v 1shake hands 2help, lend a hand aider, prêter la main
bhobhoka llcr: kobhobho; llcr: mbhobho. v be unaware, ignorant of kuwa na ujinga ignorer Aoba nyɔngɔ n'okuuba, oobhobhoka. If a problem is not known, you are ignorant of it.
bhobhongo llcr: nkɔi. n sparrow-hawk kozi épervier Bhobhongo aogoa baniki á kɔkɔ. The sparrow hawk catches chicks. llcr: nkɔi.
bhogea v sharpen -noa aiguiser Baobogea ngɔa k'etae. One sharpens a blade with a stone.
bhoma₁ llcr: tena. v split, tear, cut with the grain, divide, ripsaw -pasua fendre, déchirer Basidɔɔ báobhoma obao. Sawyers ripsaw planks.
bhoma₂ v insult -tukana insulter, injurier Baniki báobhoma bakpa. Children insult people.
bhomoka v burst, break -pasuka crever Eke aobhomoka. Eggs break.
bhooa v touch lightly while moving the hand along the grain of something, carress, fondle -pangusa essuier
bhota n cemetary, tomb kaburi tombe, cimetière Dabadaki bhota ndea Yeso n'etae angbongbo. They covered Jesus' tomb with a big stone. llcr: ngbangbata; syn: ngbangbata.
bhɔbhɔtɛa v to thatch -ezeka couvrir un toit Bɛɔbhɔbhɔtɛa endu ndɛasu na kasa. We cover our house with leaves.
bhɔngɔ n clothing habit Batatasu dábaɔla bhɔngɔ á nkɔkɔ. Our ancestors wore bark clothing.
bhɔngɔ-á-tu n toilet paper or or type of leaf used for that purpose nguo ya kupanguza mavi ya mtoto linge pour le excrèment