Komo - English/Swahili/French


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tokis v take out, cause to leave -tokisa faire quitter, enlever Mbuka aoba na ajede ka ɔlɔa buambo, ambe ontokisa. If a fruit is rotten in the middle of others, it is necessary to take it out.
toko adj earthen ya udongo en argile
tokoadengɛ n elephant ears mahole oreilles d'éléphant
tomba₁ v set a trap -tega mitego tendre un piège
tomba₂ n thorny vine species aina ya kamba enyi kuwa na miiba sorte de liane d'épines
tombag v entrap
tombe n metalworker
tombo n larva species aina ya mabuu sorte de chenille
tond v despise
tondea v dishonor mépriser
tondia/tonde v belittle
tondo₁ n plant species with edible red fruit aina ya maua sorte de plante afromomun subsericeum
tondo₂ v puff up like a rooster
tonɛ n peels, shells, skins
tongboa (inf. var. tongbola) n second wife mke wa pili deuxième femme
tongbola inf. var. of tongboa
tongea v dig -chimba creuser Boko báotongea nkoko. The men are digging a pit toilet.
tongo n manioc leaves sombe feuilles du manioc Eea nde beoeea phɛlɛ ande tonga na nsungu. The food that we eat frequently is manioc leaves and roots.
tongoa v castrate -hasi castrer
tosíkǒ inf. var. of tosuko
tosuko (inf. var. tosíkǒ) poss great-great-great-grandparent, great-great-great-grandchild aina ya wazazi quadrisa1/4eul et son corrélatif
toto n species of bird aina ya ndege sorte d'oiseau Bánaoga n'ɛkɛlɛkɛlɛ bha-toto. One does not go lightly by a (nest of a) toto.
toyokolo inf. var. of toyokoo
toyokoo (inf. var. toyokolo) n great-grandparent, great-grandchild aina ya wazazi bisa1/4eul et son corrélatif Bakpa buambo bánaojua ka toyoko. Certain people do not come to be with great-grandchildren.
tɔ₁ adv just age tɔ ka cikɔ s/he has only gone to the field