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pheneaga v scold -karipia gronder Babɔkɔti báopheneaga banabɔ. The parents are scolding their children.
phenga v fish -vua samaki kama wanamuke pècher à la femme Bake báoga k'ibo ka phenga á basu. The women go to the stream to fish for fish.
phengemana v go back and forth chanceller
phenua llcr: egugu; llcr: ebundu. v give lightening -piga umeme donner de l'éclair Mbua aophenua. The rain is giving lightening.
phesa v sharpen -noa aiguiser Etae aophesa ngɔa. The rock sharpens the metal.
phɛa₁ v exhort, advise -onya exhorter, conseiller Babɔkɔti báɔ̌phɛa baniki nɛbɔ. Parents advise their children. llcr: bɔphɛi.
phɛa₂ v sacrifice, bring -toa sadaka sacrifier
phɛɛ (inf. var. phɛlɛ) 1adj much, very, enough, excessively sana beaucoup, trop, très, assez Aoba nkpa naigi asi phɛlɛ aomopha kukua. If someone eats too much, he makes himself ill. 2conj especially hasa surtout
phɛka v build -jenga construire Phɛka á endu angbo a akpɛ. To build a big house is difficult.
phɛka bh v start a new cycle of circumcision kwanza muda mpya ya kutohara commencer un nouveau cycle de circoncision
phɛkɛa v build for faire construire Báɔphɛkɛa bakɔkɔ endu. One has built a chicken coop.
phɛkuma v breathe -pumua respirer Bakpa, banyama, basu na bampapha báɔphɛkuma. People, animals, fish, and insects breathe.
phɛlɛ inf. var. of phɛɛ
phɛmba v blow nose -futa makamasi moucher
phɛmbɛa v wipe the nose -futa makamasi se moucher Báɔphɛmbɛa nsesea. One wipes one's snot.
phɛnga v give attention -angalia prêter attention
phɛngɛman v palpitate
phɛpha v abort, paralyze -pooza avorter
phɛphɛɔ n tree with hallucinogenic leaves used in divination aina ya mti arbre servant à la divination Alchornea floribunda, MULL.
phiɛ-phiɛngɛ n gaps nyufa fentes
phikɔ n kidney figo rein
phinda₁ v frown -kunja uso froncer les sourcils
phinda₂ v bend over -pinda recourber
phiɔ n cold baridi froid Bokaphu a na phiɔ ásǐ phɛlɛ nga, ande nji a ka mamba. Bukavu has much cold because it a mountain town.
phipha v have a mediocre size, atrophy kuwa nyonge avoir une taille médiocre Aoba odo nana anja, mbo a ka ciko áophipha. If the soil is not good, the grain in the field has only a mediocre size.