Komo - English/Swahili/French


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jɔa v harm, destroy, spoil haribu abîmer, détruire
jɔkɔtɔ n cord used during the rituel of jabha kamba nyembamba wanatumia kwa ibada ya jabha cordelette utilisée pendent le rituel de jabha
jɔɔkana v appear bad kuwa na ubaya avoir de mauvais aspect Aoba eea najɔɔkani, bakpa bákaeɛ. If the food appears to be bad, people would not eat it.
jɔɔkisa v worry, render impure -uzi, -sumbua tracasser, rendre impur Baniki báɔ̌jɔɔkisa bamabɔ. Children dirty their mothers [ie, on their garmets, if they get mud on their hands].
jua v arrive, be present, return, appear -rudi arriver, revenir Mani aojua ka mbimba. The son appear in the morning. der. juana , der. juanis
juana (der. of jua) v go out -toka sortir Beojuana k'endu ka mbimba. We go out of the house in the morning.
juanis (der. of jua) v get something out of -toa faire sortir Juanisa á magia a ajede phɛlɛ. To cause bloodshed is very bad.
jubhu n pothole
jubu n latrine shimo, choo fosse
jue n uncircumcised watoto hawajaotahiriwa incirconcis
juɛbɛ llcr: ndaki-onga. n youngest sibling of same sex kitinda mimba dernier frère ou soeur, cadet Bama-niki báókonda bajuɛbɛ phɛlɛ. Mothers like their youngest child very much.
juɛtɛ n species of larva aina ya funza sorte de larve
juguja v stir up, shake, mix tikisa remuer, bousculer, agiter
jujia v withdraw
jujuka v awaken, get up -amka se réveiller Jujuka á mbangɔ ka tɔ aopha iinge. To get up quickly from sleep gives dizziness.
jukana v join -ungana se lier Njɔka aoteneka, nnaojukana goto. The serpent cut in two, it does not join to itself again. der. jukanisa
jukanisa (der. of jukana) v have rejoined -unganisha faire rejoindre Ngoi aoba nateneki, báojukanisa. If the cord is cut, one has it rejoined.
juua v surpass -shinda, -pita faire trop de pression, surpasser

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