Komo - English/Swahili/French


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dhonda v find, meet, rejoin -kuta trouver, rencontre, rejoindre Mbɔa aondhonda nyama, aondhunga. If a dog meets an animial, it catches it.
dhondana v meet together -kutana se rencontrer Boko á mbɔa báodhondana, báomana. The male dogs meet and fight.
dhondanisa v gather -kusanya ramasser Bánaodhondanisa baniki á mbɔa ka jakɔ. One does not gather puppies in á chicken carrier (one does not put bad characters in the same place).
dhɔbhɔka v be discouraged
dhɔbɔk v weaken -legeza affaiblir
dhua v arrive, be present -fika arriver, être présent Ka mbimba beoga ɔma ékuma. Beodhua k'endu ɔgɔgɔ. Mornings we go to the work place and we return home evenings.
dhue n remainder, leftovers, crumbs mabaki reste Nkpa áɔbhɛda ekuma. Aoba naɛi, áodoa dhue. A person works. If s/he tires, he leaves a portion (undone).
dhuia₁ llcr: jabha. v cross -vuka traverser Báodhuia k'ibo angbongbo na koko. One crosses a large river with a pirogue.
dhuia₂ v swell, inflate -vimba gonfler
dhumu-dhumu n mushroom species aina ya uyoga sorte de champignon
dhundua v land (verb), run aground -shuka pwani arriver à la rive
dhunduis v beach a boat, disembark
dhunga v seize, arrest -kamata saisir, arrêter Basoda báodhunga bakpa. The solders are arresting people.
dhungisia v have a woman stolen by means of a third party, seduce -tongoza faire enlever une femme Boko báódhungisia baniki-nke. Men plot to have young women seduced.
dhusa v conclude a rite -ondosha kwa ibada faire sortir un rite Bamɛna-ganja báodhusa ganja. The circumcision masters conclude the rite of circumcision.
dhuuka v tremble, trouble sumbua, taabisha, fazaisha, hangaisha s'inquiéter, trembler

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