Komo - English/Swahili/French


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nke (inf. var. bake) n woman mwanamuke femme
nke-á-mbasa n housewife, woman of the hearth
nkeke n skin ngozi peau Nkeke á mbongo atete phɛlɛ. The skin of the elephant is very thick.
nkendi n mourning deuil
nketi (inf. var. baketi) llcr: iimo; llcr: moketi. n ancestor, devil, malign spirit shetani diable
nkɛbɛa n gift to help someone far away
nkɛbɛa-á-nyɔngɔ (inf. var. bakɛbɛa-á-nyɔngɔ) n receiver of bad news fulushi ya maneno receveur de mauvaises nouvelles
nkɛkɛ n paste ugali pâte
nkɛkɛɔ adv side ngambo còté
nkɛngɛ n bongo bongo bongo Nkɛngɛ nnaokonda nkiki ka nkeke akɛ. The bongo does not want filth on her skin. boocercus eurycerus
nkiki n filth uchafu saleté Ngɔmbɛ á nkiki aopha kukua ka nyama. Filthy clothes give disease to the body.
nkindi adv midst kati milieu
nkio (inf. var. bakio) n brother-in-law shemegi beau-frère d'un homme Nkio nnaotongea nkoko k'okio ndeakɛ. The brother-in-law does not dig a latrine in the village of his wife.
nkitɔkɔɔ (inf. var. bakitɔkɔɔ) n lazy person paresseux
nkoba₁ n tree species used in building simple beds aina ya mti ngozi yake hutumiwa kwa kutengeneza kitanda sorte d'arbre dont l'écorce est utulisé pour la fabrication des lits ordinnaires
nkoba₂ n gun bunduki fusil Basoda báomana etu na nkoba. Soldiers fight battles with guns.
nkogɔ llcr: koga. n shout
nkoki n tree, of which the bark is used in traditionally healing female complaints
nkoki-á-nyɔngɔ n troublemaker, one who is frequently found in controversy, controversial person malasi ya maneno celui qui est souvent mêlé aux palavres
nkoko n quality, type, species, custom, habit namna qualité, sorte, espèce
nkokɔ n palm frond tawi la ngazi rameau de palmier Báɔbɔngisaga mbata na nkokɔ ɔ́bɔndɔ. One prepares chairs from fronds of raphia.
nkomba₁ n fish-trap dema nasse
nkomba₂ n brewer of palm wine mfanya tembo brasseur de vin de palme
nkombe n rafter mwamba charpente du milieu de la toiture
nkondi (inf. var. bakondi) n desirer mwenye kutamani celui qui désire Nkondi emani a tɔndɔ kukua k'emani He who desires battle will only die in battle (he who lives by the sword dies by the sword).