Komo - English/Swahili/French


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nkondo n tail mkia queue Bayemba báuubhana ka nkondo. Monkeys are known by their tails.
nkongo n bow harp, mouth harp aina ya kinanda guimbarde à la bouche Báoemba na nkongo ka bha. One sings with the nkongo at the hunting camp.
nkongopha n forever jamais, éternité
nkoso₁ llcr: mbakɔ. n parrot kasuku perroquet Nkoso nnaɔphɛka ibɔ. The parrot does not build a nest.
nkoso₂ n machete mpanga machette Boko bákpangi bogea á nkoso. The men are commencing to sharpen a machete.
nkoto n scorpion
nkɔ n ankle fundo wa mguu cheville
nkɔ-endu n corner post
nkɔbɛ (inf. var. bakɔbɛ) n slave mtumwa esclave K'etu á mosa, dábaodhunga bakɔbɛ. In wars of old, one took slaves.
nkɔgɔ n stalk kikonyo pétiole
nkɔi llcr: bhobhongo. n eagle kabemba aigle Bankɔi báodhunga baniki á kɔkɔ. Eagles trap chicks. llcr: bhobhongo; llcr: ndia.
nkɔki n diver mzamaji plongeur Bankɔki báódhunga basu subi á ibo. Divers catch fish in the water.
nkɔkɔ₁ n blowdown, leaves and other things thrown away from a net, stump mkoko, miti aliyoanguka, takataka arbre tombé, búche, feuilees et d'autres choses rejetées d'un filet Babukɔkɔ báɔtɛa ka nkɔkɔ. Mushrooms grow on blowdowns.
nkɔkɔ₂ n elbow kiko cha mkono coude
nkɔnda n drool udelele salive de bébé ou de vieillard Nkɔnda aonjuana miki k'aphe á nɔkɔ. Drool comes from the child by way of the mouth.
nkɔndɔ n bracelet
nkɔɔ llcr: kɔa. n cough kikohozi toux Nkɔɔ aopha kukua á ka mbamba. A cough gives illness to the flank (gives pleursy). llcr: nsesea.
nkpa (inf. var. bakpa) n person mtu personne Nkpa moti dátu na kukua á suu, Yeso, muna-Abhabhisa áonamisa. A person who had the sickness of the leper, Jesus, the son of God, healed him.
nkpada n habit desturi habitude
nkpangba llcr: mbamba. adv bank of a river, shore, side ngambo, kando bord, còté, rive Ngando aǒgoa bakpa ka nkpangba íbo. The crocodile traps people on the bank of a river.
nkpasɔ n downstream, west
nkpatɔ n scaffold, hangman's noose mahali mauji wanaponyongwa kwa sheria echafaud
nkua n bone mfupa os Nyama á nkpa a na bankua bankama babɛ na sita. The human body has two hundred sixty bones.
nkua-á-ngɔngɔ n spine uti wa mgongo colonne vertébrale
nkukuba (inf. var. bakukuba) llcr: kuba. n thief mwizi voleur Bakukuba báuuba kema ndea bakpa. Thieves steal people's goods.