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ngomi llcr: oiɔ; llcr: ngamɔ. n pity, mercy, grace huruma pitié, grace Yeso dáɔni ngomi asu, áɔbɔkɔtɛana ka mokonda. Jesus had (saw) pity for us in being born in the world. ph. v. kuia ngomi
ngongomana v grumble
ngopha n headache kichwa mal de téte Nɛɔyɔka ngopha. I have (feel) a headache.
ngɔa₁ 1n luck, fortune bahati zuri bonne chance Ngɔa atinganigi. Good luck changes. 2conj by chance, fortunately kwa bahati zuri par bonne chance Ngɔa, nkpa dátúɔnyɛnya. Fortunately, someone was passing by.
ngɔa₂ llcr: ibholongo. n metal, weapon, coin, money (in plural) chuma, silaha métal Báɔbɔngisiaga ngɔa ka kema ási. One uses metal in several applications.
ngɔɛ n female dignitary mke aliye mwenye cheo femme dignitaire
ngɔmbɛ₁ n cow <ngombe boeuf
ngɔmbɛ₂ n clothing, clothes nguo habit Ngɔmbɛ aosubumbia nyama. Clothes cover the body.
ngɔmu n only child mutoto wa pekee enfant unique Ngɔmu ba á ka sɔphɔ ani. My only child is in my womb.
ngɔngɔ llcr: egogo. n back mgongo dos Bake báokumba nkumba ka ngɔngɔ. Women carry loads on their back. llcr: egogo.
ngɔngɔnaga v grumble, murmur -nungunika murmurer
ngɔngɔnisa v anger (causative) -chukia atrister
nguba n shield
ngubhi (inf. var. bagubhi) n farmer, peasant mkulima paysan Bagubhi bákpangi ekuma á ciko. Farmers start work in to field.
ngubo n hippopotamus kiboko hippopotame Hippopotamus amphibius (L.)
ngue n mosquito mbu moustique Bangue báotamba na kukua. Mosquitoes carry disease.
nguja n flea kiroboto puce Ngi aɔ́bɔkɔta banguja. A fly gives birth to fleas.
nguma n python chatu python Nguma aǒmia banyama. The python swallows its prey.
ngumba n midwife mkunga sage-femme Bangumba báonjisa bake. Midwives deliver women.
ngumia v approach by stealth
ngundu n bread mold moissisure, rust
ngungu adv among kati ya parmi ngungu abɔ in their midst (among them)
ngusa n bow and arrow hunter mwindaji mwa mishale chasseur à flèche Ngusa aǒta bayemba na nsɔa. The hunter hunts monkeys with arrows.
nja llcr: bonjanja. n hunger njaa faim Boko báogubha ciko ka gea bákasiɛ mɔnɔ na nja. The men cultivate the field so that they will not die any more from hunger. Nja ambhɛdi. Hunger has taken him/her (s/he is hungry).
njae n cape buffalo mbogo, nyati buffle d'afrique Banjae báoika k'ɛsɔmɛanaga. The buffalo rests in hiding. Syncerus caffer (Sparrman)