Komo - English/Swahili/French


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kiingimbo n type of cord that ties together bananas aina ya kamba hufunga migomba sorte de corde qui entoure les bananes
kiiphe llcr: kipha. n night
kiki n eyebrow sourcil
kiki-osephe n fruit eaten by monkeys aina ya mbegu ya pori yenyi hukuliwa na kima sorte de fruit comestible pour les singes
kikimaga n stuttering kikukumizi bégaiement Kikimaga aokpanga ka koniki. Stuttering begins in childhood.
kikpɛmi n refusal katazo réfus Baniki buambo bána kikpɛmi ka bamabɔ. Some children have refusal toward their mothers.
kikua n man who goes through a rite of passage at the same time as another, colleague, fellow initiate mwanamume anayepita ibada kwa wakati sawa na mwanamume mwingine homme qui traverse un rite de passage en même temps qu'un autre Bánaomana na kikua akɔ. One does not fight with his fellow initiate.
kilometee n kilometer kilometre
kima v hesitate -sita hesiter
kimoni-moni n deaf person, one who is hard of hearing kiziwi un sourd Kimoni-moni nnaɔɔka eongo á danga. A deaf person does not hear noise from afar.
kimoti adv together pamoja ensemble Baniki báoeaga kimoti na babɔkɔti abɔ. Children eat together with their parents.
kimɔngɔ adv together pamoja ensemble
kimpolo n unpigmented spots on the skin madoadoa bila rangi taches sur le peau dépourvues de pigmentation
kimpongo-pongo n flying larva buu huruka larve volant
kin v endure
kindi n pitch darkness giza sana grand ténebres
kingiman v form circle around
kingo n neck shingo cou Njɔka nna na kingo. The snake has no neck.
kinia v endure, competent to do -vumilia endurer
kinkoke n species of catfish aina ya kambale sorte de silure Bankikoke bána kpase. The kinkoke has scales.
kinkote n bed-bug kunguni punaise Bakinkote báɔ̌sɔmɛana k'eka. Bed-bugs hide in beds.
kio₁ n partition kiambasa cloison
kio₂ n door mlango porte Kio aǒkegea bakukuba. A door hinders theives.
kipha llcr: kiiphe. adv night usiku nuit Bemba bánaoda kipha. Sorcerers do not sleep at night. llcr: kaiphiɔ; opp: k'esa nde.
kiphindi n pride orgueil Báomǔbha miki ajede ka nyɔngo á ba na kiphindi. One knows a bad child by his pride.