Komo - English/Swahili/French


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ngbɔɔ₂ n beam mwamba traverse
ngbɔɔkana v be destroyed
ngbungbua n grumbling of far-off thunder
ngbututu n loiterer
ngede n belt nkaba ceinture Ngede ndea nganja ande mbu. The belt of the circumcised is made of raphia palm fibers.
ngele-ngele n bell of a divining ritual <kengele ya ibada sonnette rituelle de la divination
ngembe n water-snake nyoka ya maji serpent aquatique Bangembe báoea basu. The bangembe eat fish.
ngenge₁ n thorn miba épine Nɔli biato nnaobanga ngenge. He who wears shoes does not have fear of thorns.
ngenge₂ n thorny tree species aina ya mti huna miiba mirefu sorte d'arbre qui a des longues épines
ngengeia v wither, become spindly (like thorn bushes)?
ngeo n column post used in a veranda
ngɛa llcr: osume. n southern bush pig nguruwe potamochère Bangɛa báóea bama-sɔngɔdɔmiɔ. The wild hogs eat earth worms. Potamochoerus porcus koiropotamus
ngɛndɛa v go toward -tafuta chercher, aller vers
ngi llcr: mosai. n fly nzi mouche Bangi báokumba kukua ásǐ ka bakpa. Flies carry many diseases to humans.
ngia v 1 2enter -ingia entrer Mbenɔ á kipha, beongia subi éndu ndeasu. During the night, we enter our homes.
ngiia v 1enter inside ingia ndani entrer dedans 2inherit a widow -risi mjana hériter une veuve
ngini n envy, jealousy wivu jalousie
ngino llcr: mpɛnɛ. poss namesake majina celui qui porte le nom d'un autre que le respect oblige de taire
ngio n cross-cousin of different sex mpwa cousin(e) croisé(e) de sexe différent Bánaoika na ngio ndeakɔ ka mbata moti. One does not sit with one's cross-cousin on the same chair.
ngipho n insect species aina ya dudu sorte d'insecte Bangipho báokoka. The bangipho bite.
ngisa v introduce, insert, penetrate, sink -ingiza faire entrer, introduire, enfoncer Me aǒngisa bamigi akɛ subi ǒdo. The tree sinks its roots into the earth.
ngo n fish poison dawa ya samaki poison contre des poisson Beodukia ngo k'ibo ka moa a basu. We pour poison into the water in order to kill fish.
ngobho llcr: okii. n sickness, disease ugonjwa maladie Nkiki aopha ngobho ka nyama. Filth gives sickness to the body.
ngodea v designate, name -ita citer, nommer Ka ɔphana á nkpa, ambe ngodea á ina akɛ. In order to call someone, it is necessary to cite his name.
ngodokana v manifest self, be spoken of se manifester