Akoose–English Dictionary


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âchemtedâtʃèmtèt̚-tedvcause to understandNdúpé pɔ́le eché áchémtédé me áte.I understand/agree with what he made clear to me.
âchemtɛnâtʃèmtɛ̀n-tɛnv.adjbe weakMwǎn achemtɛ́nɛ́ mɛ.My child is weak.
âchémtɛnâtʃémtɛ̀n-tɛnvagree, accept
âcheneâtʃènè-evleave; let goChené me hɛ́n.Leave me here.âchennedâtʃènnèt̚-nedv1let looseChennéd ekon.Let the pole loose.2leave to, bequeathSáá achennédé mə́ mbwɔ́g.Father bequeathed the property to him.
âchene ásēâtʃènè ásē-evput down, let downAchenné tíkɔb ásē.He put down the teacup.
âchennedâtʃènnèt̚-nedv1let looseChennéd ekon.Let the pole loose.2leave to, bequeathSáá achennédé mə́ mbwɔ́g.Father bequeathed the property to him.
âchɛâtʃɛ̀vplace (net)
achɛ̂dàtʃɛ̂t̚mechɛ̂dn5/6kind of tree (used for trapping birds)Bɛ̌ndem bélámɛʼ á achɛ̂d-se.Children trap (birds) under the achɛ̂d tree.
âchɛ́d ámīnâtʃɛ́ɾ ámīnv.ph1jump upAchɛ́dé ámīn.He jumped up.2bounceMeláá méchɛ́dtɛʼ mǒto ámīn.Stones are bouncing on top of the car.
âchɛ́leâtʃɛ́lè-evcallChɛ́lé me mwǎn níníí wɛɛ́ hyǎg.Call that child to come to me.âchɛ́nledâtʃɛ́nlèt̚-ledvcall forChɛ́nléd me ane mod.Call that man for me.nchɛ́leǹtʃɛ́lèn3call, callingNchɛ́le ḿmē béchɛ́nlé wɛ méesaá mbéb.Them calling you is not bad.
achɛ́le dé Edəə́dəŋ éche Ésááàtʃɛ́lè dé èdə̌ːdə̀ŋ étʃè Ésɒ́ːn5invocation of the Holy Spirit
âchɛ́nledâtʃɛ́nlèt̚-ledvcall forChɛ́nléd me ane mod.Call that man for me.
achə̌àtʃə̌mechə̌n5/6thornNzín e dií edé achə̌ dé mbéb.Palm tree thorns are very bad.
âchə́1âtʃə́FutNeg.êechə́ə́Impf.achɔ̂gPerf.achódévput a little oilAchɔgé mǒl á ndyééd-te.She put a little oil in the food.Cf.âchɔg1
âchə́2âtʃə́v1fall (of rain or hail)Mbúú ehɛdɛ achə́.It is going to rain.Rain wants to fall.2pass (of storm)Cf.âchɔg2âchə́ətedâtʃə̂ːtèt̚-tedvpour on (of rain)
âchə́əâtʃə̂ːDial.var.âchyə́əv1hold, handle, hold backAchə́ŋgé mbód á mekuu.He held the goat by the legs.2be disciplinedMmwaád awě adé nkog atə́ŋgɛ́né yə̌l achə́ə bwâm.A pregnant woman must be very disciplined.
âchəədâtʃə̀ːt̚-edvmake bitter
âchə́ədâtʃə̂ːt̚-edvmake dangleEʼlám éʼchə̂ŋtɛʼ nyam á peme-tê.The trap made the animal dangle in the air.
âchə́əd áteâtʃə̂ːɾ átè-edv.phcause to go back and forthBeléede bé esukúle béchə̂ŋte bɛ̌ndem áte.The school teachers made the children go back and forth.
âchə́ənâtʃə̂ːn-ɛnvseal withBéchə̂ŋnɛ eʼtwɛ́ pid.Drinking calabashes are sealed with wax.
âchə́ətedâtʃə̂ːtèt̚-tedvpour on (of rain)
âchəgâtʃə̀k̚v1call, call forA sáŋ, mod achəge wɛ hɛ́n.Father, someone is calling you here.2greetâchəgeâtʃə̀gè-evgive nameâchəgnedâtʃə̀k̚nèt̚-nedvbe called
achə́geàtʃə́gèn5climbnchə́geǹtʃə́gèn3climbingAkude mɔné áyə̄le nchə́ge ḿme áchə́ké.He was given money for the climbing he did.
âchəgeâtʃə̀gè-evgive name
âchə́geâtʃə́gè-ev1climb, go upAchə́gké dií ne eháŋ.He climbed the palm tree with a belt.2higher, louder (of voice)âchə́gedâtʃə́gèt̚-edv1cause to climb2put up, put onBéchə́gté mwǎn á tébelɛ.They put the child on the table.3raise up4increaseâchə́gnedâtʃə́k̚nèt̚-nedvclimb with something or somebodyDə̂ Yésuɛ áchə́gnédé ábī bad ekone éche échábé ámīn.Then Jesus climbed up the high mountain with his followers.âchə́gtedâtʃə́gtèt̚-tedvmake lift forChə́gtéd mə́ nnɔŋ ń ndáb ámīn.Lift up the roof of the house for her.