Komo - English/Swahili/French


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oeɔ n bait
n you llcr: obɛ.
ogoma v make noise -fanya fujo faire de la bruit
ogu₁ n hardwood forest tree species aina ya mti kubwa ulio nguvu na hupatikana porini sorte d'un grand arbre dur se touvant en forêt
ogu₂ n edible forest fruit aina ya mbegu ilio nzuri kwa kula na hupatikana porini sorte de fruit comestible se trouvant en forêt
ogumbɔ n forest tree species aina ya mti nguvu hukaa porini sorte d'arbre dur qu'on trouve en forêt
oguɔ n fall anguko, kose, upotevu, kosa chute, tombe
oimbiɔ (inf. var. olimbiɔ) n shade kivuli ombre Ootamba ásǐ ka mani, ǒobea oimbiɔ. In walking much under the sun you follow the shade.
oiɔ llcr: ngamɔ; llcr: ngomi. n tears machozi larmes
oja llcr: mɔni. n large fish net mtego ya maji grande nasse Bagɛnya báuubha oka á oja. The Wagenia know how to weave a large fish net.
ojou n fishery mvuo pêche
oka₁ (inf. var. loka) v braid -suka tresser Boko báooka jɔ. Men braid a man's panier.
oka₂ v risk, gamble
okabɔ n research tendo ya kutafuta recherche
okame n dry-season wakati wa jua kali saison sèche Ka okame, bake báophenga basu. In the dry season, women fish.
okana v braid each other's hair -sukana se tresser les cheveux
okandɔ n pot chungu pot Bake báɔbɔngisiaga okandɔ. The women are repairing a pot.
okanga n boulder
okee (inf. var. okele) n large forest tree species aina ya mti kubwa hupatikana porini sorte d'un grand arbre se trouvant en forêt
okele inf. var. of okee
oketi llcr: eongi. n trouble provoked by a miscontent ancestor wovu kutoka na mababu mal provoqué par un ancêtre mécontent
okii n childhood fever ugonjwa wa utoto maladie enfantile Okii aojongisa nyama á baniki. Childhood "malaria" (fever) heats up the child's body. llcr: ngobho.
okio n family of in-laws, marriage union wakwe alliance, groupe résidentiel de la belle-famille Okio aotoka ka miki-moko uka á miki-nke. The marriage union comes from a young man marrying a young woman.
okoa n hide, skin, pelt ngozi ya mnyama peau d'une bête Báɔɛma okoa á ngɔmbɛ k'aende. One covers a drum with cowhide.
okombe (inf. var. lokombe) n drum mungungu tam-tam Ekuna ndeangbo aɔtɔnganisa nyɔngɔ ka okombe. Other tribes transmit messages by drum.