Komo - English/Swahili/French


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gɛndɛa v go toward, approach
gɛnɛ-gɛnɛ n holy, love takatifu saint
gɛnga v chew, hatch, crunch -tafuna croquer Bambɔa báɔgɛnga nkua. Dogs chew bones.
gɛngɛaga v roll in agony
gina v abstain, refuse -epuka, -kataa s'abstenir, refuser Ambe gina á ea éea ajede. It is necessary to abstain from eating bad food.
gisia v take revenge -kisasi venger
goa₁ v ambush, attack -kamata attaquer Mabhianga aǒgoa banyama. The leopard ambushes game.
goa₂ v swing from tree to tree konya huko na huko, pita kwa mti na mti passer d'un arbre à un autre
goga v pound -teketeza, -angamiza ecraser Báogoga njoko. One crushes peanuts.
gogoka v be in complete ruin
gogokana v be ruined
gonga v ignite, light a fire -washa moto embraser Bakɛ báogonga nsa k'etoa. The women ignite a fire in the cookhouse.
gongoba n white-starred bush robin, bird aina ya ndege sorte d'oiseau
gɔa n waterfall, rapids mwamba chute Koko anyɛnyi ka gɔa. The pirogue is running the rapids.
gɔba v finish, use up -maliza terminer, user
gɔdɛa v be bent -pinda être courbé
gɔdis v allign mettre en ligne
gɔgɔ n plant species aina ya mmea sorte de plante Afromomum subsericeum
gɔgɔkana v burn completely
gɔgɔmana v become dusk kutwa foncer, devenir sombre
gɔmba v spread over, bear fruit -wamba tendre Ndimu aɔgɔmba ka me akɛ. The lemons are spread over their tree.
gɔna v action of a thing transmitting its properties to something or someone else -shirikisha asili ya kitu kwa kitu chingine communiquer ses caractéristiques Mɔngɔɛ aɔ̌gɔna baniki. The mushroom, mɔngɔɛ, transmits its properties to children associated with them.
gɔta₁ v bite -uma mordre Banjɔka báɔgɔta bakpa. Snakes bite people.
gɔta₂ v skin (an animal), butcher -chinja depoillir
gɔta₃ v cut with a sharp, heavy instrument, like an axe, the action by which one fells a tree abattre