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mbɔkɔti (inf. var. babɔkɔti) n 1 2man who has engendered baba mzaa homme qui a engendré 3parent mzazi parent Abhɛ na ayi bánde babɔkɔti amɔ.
mbɔma n viper species aina ya nyoka mwenye sumu sorte de vipère Mbɔma aǒmia bamomba. The mbɔma swallows rats.
mbɔngɔ n horn in which on stores the blood of the first to be circumcized in a cycle, musical horn baragumu, pembe corne dans laquelle se conserve le sang du premier circoncis d'un cycle, corne musicale Mbɔngɔ ande bea ɛsɛngɔ ndea mɛna-ganja ka bhisa a magia á baganja. The horn, mbɔngɔ, is like a bag of the master of circumcision in which one puts the blood of the circumcised.
mbɔɔngɔ n mushroom uyoka champignon Bánakoea bambɔngɔ bɔbhu. One does not eat all mushrooms.
mbɔɔngɔ-á-kupha n mushroom species having a long base aina ya uyoga hukuliwa na huna mguu refu sorte de champignon comestible qui a long pied
mbɔɔngɔ-á-mabhianga n mushroom species having the color of a leopard aina ya uyoga yenyi huna rangi ya chui sorte de champignon qui a la couleur de léopard
mbɔɔngɔ-á-nsendoa n mushroom species having the color of the aquatic chevrotaine aina ya uyoga hukuliwa sorte de champignons comestibles qui la couleur de chevrotain aquatique
mbɔɔngɔ-á-sake (inf. var. bambɔɔngɔ-a-sake) n mushroom growing at the base of a fallen tree trunk aina ya uyoga huota juu ya mti na hukuliwa sorte de champignon qui pousse sur tronc d'arbre tombé
mbɔɔngɔ-ékubhu n species of mushroom aina ya uyoga sorte de champignon
mbɔtɛa n ceremonial knife kisu couteau d'apparat Báɔngɔta mbongo na mbɔtɛa. One skins an elephant with a mbɔtɛa.
mbu n bird, generic ndege oiseau
mbua llcr: egugu; llcr: ebundu. n rainstorm, rain mvua pluie orage Mbua aɔɔka. It's raining.
mbua-bhiki n edible, black mushroom species aina ya uyoga huna rangi eusi na hukuliwa sorte de champignons comestibles qui la couleur noire
mbuekonga n swallow mbaruaji hirondelle Mbuekonga aɔphɛka ibɔ ndeakɛ na nsɔdɔ. The swallow constructs his nest out of mud.
mbuju n countless number
mbuka n nut, fruit mbegu noix, fruit Banyama báiki kǒsaa ka ea a mbuka. Animals live in the forest in order to eat fruit.
mbuka-mema llcr: mema 2. n spirit, cardial sack roho coeur
mbume n sand mchanga sable Beophuia mbume subi íbo. We dig up sand from the river.
mbunde n trail marker tawi analovunjika kwa kutia alama ya barabara zuri branche brisée marquante le piste Mbunde aɔɔnisa aphe. The trail marking branch shows the trail.
mbunga n palm nut jozi la mchikichi noix palmiste Mbunga á mbia áojuanisa gamba. Oil palms produce oil.
mbungu₁ n jug mtungi cruche Bake báodhoga ibo subi á mbungu. The women draw water with a jug.
mbungu₂ n snake species aina ya nyoka sorte de serpent Mbungu aomia eke. The mbungu swallows eggs.
mbunigi (inf. var. babunigi) n breaker mwenyi kuvunja casseur
mbunja llcr: osaa. n brush, abandoned field usokota brousse Mbunja ande ciko á kala. An mbunja is an abandoned field. llcr: osaa.
mbusa adv 1after (time), behind (space) nyuma après, d'après Bégɛ mbusa. Let's go back. Bégɛ mbusa ekuma. Let's go after work. 2after, before nyuma ya après, devant Mbusa ekuma a na ophendɔ anja. After work, he has a good salary (coming).