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ngogi n soup
ngoi llcr: mbobhi; llcr: aɛnda. n rope, cord, line kamba corde Beoboaga endu ndeasu na ngoi. We tie our houses together with line (vice nails). llcr: aɛnda.
ngoi-ékubhu n umbilical cord Baphase subi á sɔphɔ á amabɔ bá na ngoi-ékubhu moti. Twins in their mother's womb have one umbilical cord.
ngomba n barren woman tasa femme sterile Ngomba nna na baniki. A sterile woman has no children.
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