Komo - English/Swahili/French


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ekoli inf. var. of ekoi
ekombo n group, family jamii troupe, famille Bayemba báotamba k'ekombo. Monkies travel in groups.
ekondani n mutual love
ekonga n lance, spear nkuki lance Batuma báómoa bambongo n'ekonga. Elephant hunters kill elephants with spears.
ekoni n seed for planting, grain semance
ekpa n honeycomb
ekpatana v -jiua, -angika se suicider, se pendre, The suicide sickness is not good. Kukua ékpatana nna anja. der. kpataga
ekubhu n umbilicus kitofu nombril
ekuma n work kazi travail Ekuma ndea Mokonga akpɛ ka bakpa nde bákákondi. The work of God is difficult for people who do not like it. ph. v. bhɛda ekuma
ekuna n tribe kabila tribu Yeso dábhiki ka amisa ekuna bhui. Jesus came to save all the tribes.
ekunda (der. of kunda₁) v curl up -inamisha se courber Ngbɛga, aoba nade na phiɔ, áókunda. The elder, if sleeps cold, curls up.
ekundu n stomach mfuko wa tumboni estomac
ekusa n representation of a defunct sanamu ya mfu représentation d'un défunt Ekusa aɔdɔbɔmisa nyama. The ekusa enfeebles the body.
ekuu n oil container when it contains oil
elea inf. var. of eea
elemba n witchcraft llcr: eemba.
elembe inf. var. of eembe
elimo n mountain_spirit llcr: iimo.
emanaga (inf. var. lemanaga) v wag, tremble -tingizika remouer, tremble
emani llcr: sani; llcr: mana. n battle, war vita guerre, bataille Batatasu dábatu na bukpɛkpɛ k'emani. Our ancestorts had power for war. llcr: etu; llcr: sani.
emba (inf. var. lemba) v sing, dance <-imba chanter Baniki báoemba subi éndu. The children play in the house.
embea (inf. var. lembea) v mesure, evaluate -pima mésurer, estimer, évaluer, apprécier
embudu n nick, gap pengo encoche, entaille, brêche entre dents Bagbɛga bá na embudu. The elders have gaps in their teeth.
embulu inf. var. of embuu
embuu (inf. var. embulu) n a drum ngoma un tambour Embuu, munia-banyama. The embuu is the husband of animals.