Komo - English/Swahili/French


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eme llcr: boala. pro I mimi moi Eme Katinga, nende mphangigi á baniki. I, katinga, am a teacher of children.
enda 1v live, pass time, be long -shinda, -kaa vivre, durer, passer du temps Kipha, bakpa báoenda ka ntanda ka mpɛphɛ á nsa. Nighttime, people pass some time around the fire. 2n life, soul maisha vie, âme
endanda v be long, tall
ende n tom-tom ngoma tam-tam
endeka n type of inedible fruit or its vine
endekpe n posterior of knee sehemu ya nyuma ya goti partie postieure de genou
endo llcr: kupha. n bay duiker, black-striped duiker koto céphalophe à bande dorsale noire, céphalophe bai Endo ande nyama á mpokɔ. The endo is a territorial beast. Cephalophus dorsalis (Gray)
endondo n forehead, brow uso front Endondo á njae akpɛ. The brow of the buffalo is hard.
endu llcr: ibɔ. n house nyumba maison Kipha, beoda subi éndu. During the night, we sleep in the house.
endu-étombe n forge nyumba ya kufua chuma forge
enga₁ (inf. var. lenga₁) llcr: dhoka. v help -saidia aider Ambe enga á dhakɔ k'ekuma. It is necessary to help a friend in his work.
enga₂ (inf. var. lenga₂) llcr: boenga. v watch -angalia regarder Bakɔkɔ báonenga nkoi. The chickens are watching out for the hawk.
engana v help one another -saidiana s'entraider Boko na nke báoengana k'ekuma. Husband and wife work help each other with work.
engemana v accord with
engemeana v accord wih
engetisa (inf. var. lengetisa) v recognize, understand -tambua reconnaître Mbenɔ nde ootanga buku, ooengetisa nyɔngɔ nde a subi. When you read a book, you understand what is inside.
enjegu n caterpillar species aina ya funza sorte de chenille
eoa v roll on the ground fingirisha se rouler par terre
eoka n axe shoka hâche Boko báobhia bame ba ka ciko n'eoka. The men are cutting down trees in the field they are preparing with an axe.
eonga n downstream, west aval, ouest
eongi n image, face sanamu image, visage Abhabhisa dásɔbɔngisigi k'eongi akɛ. God created us in his image. llcr: iii; llcr: oketi.
eongo n noise, nuisance makelele bruit, ennuis Baniki nde báonjokoa, báogea eongo. These children play making noise.
ephebɔ n bonfire
ephenga₁ n fishing uvuvi la pêche Ka ga k'aphe ephenga, bake báɔbhɛda ɛdhɔ ka phenga á basu. In order to go fishing, women take fishing nets.
ephenga₂ n edible fruit aina ya mbegu ya kula sorte de fruit comestible