Komo - English/Swahili/French


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kekamba n conquerer
kekanga n point, position upande endroit, point, còté
kekea v open a gulf, crevice
kekoba n bark maganda écorce Kekoba á bame ba asǐ ande manga á amisa asu. The bark of a number of trees is a medicine that can heal us.
kekombo n hat of honor that one gives a circumcision master after having gone through a complete cycle.
kelime-lime n blindness upofu l'état d'être aveugle
kema n thing kitu chose Okondi kema sina? What thing do you want?
kema-á-nyɔngɔ n evidence kitu ya neno chose d'une affaire
kemia n animal swallowed by a snake mnyama aliyemezika kwa nyota animal englouti par un serpent Kemia a na kukua ajede. An animal swallowed by a snake is badly diseased (and should not be eaten).
kena v merit, deserve, be worthy, be necessary -stahili mériter, être digne, falloir Bhɔngɔ áokena ka nyama. Bark clothing is worthy of the body. der. kenisa
kendua llcr: ékendua. v turn over -pindua renverser
kenga v change direction
kengea₁ v hesitate -sita hésiter Bánaokenga bhɛda á kema nande akɔ. One doesn't hesitate to take something that is yours. der. kengesia
kengea₂ v taste gouter
kengeaga v imitate, copy -fuasa imiter, copier Baniki báokengeaga babhabɔ ka bhɛda ekuma. The children imitate their fathers in working.
kengedeteana n insect species with the cry, "jerr" aina ya dudu huleta sauti jôrrr sorte d'insecte qui a le cri jerrr
kengedua v criticize critiquer
kengephee n insect that gives off a sound like the static of an HF radio, pronounced "miômiômiô"
kengesia (der. of kengea₁) v compare, balance, verify -fananisha équilibrizer, faire des comparaisons, vérifier
kengetana v lean -lala upande pencher der. kengetanaga
kengetanaga (der. of kengetana) v roll (like a boat) -sukasuka rouler, faire des roulis
kenisa (der. of kena) v make worthy, of value stahilisha faire mériter Dɔphɛ aokenisa endu. The whitewash makes the house of value.
kenkamba n hero
kenkanga n freshwater clam mnyama wa mto wenye kombe moule
kenkongo n a bird aina ya ndege sorte de oiseau Kenkongo aumba subi á kubhu á me. The kenkongo inhabits a hole in a tree.