Komo - English/Swahili/French


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etene v wean_self
etia n hole, pitfall shimo fossé
etiti₁ llcr: ejiji. adv free(ly) bure rien, gratuit(ement), inutilement Egabhɔ á opha etiti aobhikisa bɔjɛjɛ ka mema. The gift given freely brings joy to the heart.
etiti₂ n type of bird ndege un oiseau Etiti nnaɔphɛka ibɔ. The etiti does not construct a nest.
etoa n cookhouse mafika cuisine Bake á k'etoa nde bánaɔmbanaga. The women of this cookhouse do not prepare food.
etoa-á-nyɔngɔ n family gathering to discuss a palavre figa ya maneno famille rassemblée pour palavrer
etobo v self_ignite
etombe n forge uvuaji wa chuma forge
etondoo n high place in the ground, bump
etu llcr: emani. n battle, war vita guerre, bataille Basoda báoga k'aphe-etu. The soldiers go to war.
etubu n hideout
etuge n livestock ufugo élévage
etulu inf. var. of etuu
etunda n group
etunda-etunda adv by groups
etundu n termite nest kichuguu termitière Bakɛbɛkɛ báoea bampapha á k'etundu. The greater pangolins eat the insects of the termite nest.
etus llcr: tusa. v pierce_self
etuu (inf. var. etulu) n sink, pond ziwa étang Etuu nna na maɔ. A sink has no outlet.
eume n species of fish aina ya samaki sorte de poisson Eume nnaongbota. The eume does not grow large.
eungu n sweat jasho sueur Abhabhisa dángodi Adamu gea, «Banakɔ báeagande k'eungu á k'endondo abɔ.» God spoke to Adam saying, "Your sons will eat by the sweat of their faces."
eunisa v defend oneself -jikinga se défendre
euu n garbage uchafu déchet Bampapha ajede báobea ɔma á euu. Worthless insects seek places where there is garbage.
eyamani n process of betrothal and marriage ndoa marriage