Akoose–English Dictionary


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kəd e nkuukə̀ɾ è ŋkùːkəd e nkuun9/10midnightNwóó ndáb ahɛle se ápɛ ké kəd e nkuu.The owner of the house may even come at midnight.Cf.kəd
-kəə́Cntx.var.of-ʼə̄
kəə́ləŋgɛ́ɛkə̌ːlə̀ŋgɛ̂ːnround, ovalNyílîm soŋ kəə́ləŋgɛ́ɛ.Dig a round grave.
kə́ə́ŋkə́ːŋ1conjuntilSédyɛɛ́ áhed kə́ə́ŋ mbúú-ʼɛ etyə́géd sé áhed.We stayed until rain held us to back there.2adv.tfor a long timekə́ŋsekə́ŋsèadv.degright intoBékíí kə́ŋse á ndáb.They went right into the house.
kə́ə́ŋsekə́ːŋsèconjright to
kəgkə̀k̚kəgn9/10cheekCf.akəg
kə́gédkə́gét̚ideoproperlyNkínté chə́ kə́géd.I dried it properly.
kə́kékə́kékə́kéEnglishkegn9/10measure (of a certain size)
kə́laakə́làːn1/2kind of nightjarCaprimulgus sp
kə́nkə́nn91desire, enthusiastic commitment, zeal, patriotism2envy, jealousy
kə́nnekə́nnèDial.var.ofkə́ŋne
kə́ŋkə́ŋn9neck, neck piece (in connection with slaughtering)
kə̂ŋkə̂ŋkə̂ŋ English: king via Dualakíŋen9/10chief, kingKə̂ŋ edyɛ̌ átintê.The chief sat in the middle.Syn.nhɔn ḿ mbwɔg
kə̂ŋ e ndunkə̂ŋ è ndùnn9/10pin-tailed whydahVidua macrouraSyn.mwǎ nzamɛ́ɛ́
kə̂ŋ e ndun
kə́ŋnekə́ŋnèDial.var.kə́nneconjeven, also
kə́ŋsekə́ŋsèadv.degright intoBékíí kə́ŋse á ndáb.They went right into the house.
kərɛ́kərɛkə̀rɛ́kə̀rɛ̀nkind of weedCyahtula prostrata
kəsekə̀sèkəsen.mod9/10good, fineKəse e nkə́ŋgé nēn.This is a fine song.
n9medicine made of soil
kídkít̚kídn9/10shellSyn.ekíd 1
kidé-pfxtense marker, already; beforeAkidényēn ahɛ́d dé etɔm.He has already seen twin plantains.
kidechádɛkìdètʃádɛ̀nkind of oathAne mod adíi mod awé ahâg melě mé kidechádɛ.This is the man who administers kidechédɛ oaths.
kídɛkídɛ̀bekídɛn1/2kind of yam
kííkíːkíín9/10lumpkíí e ndóŋ,lump of pepper.
kíiʼnɔnkîːʔnɔ̀nkíiʼnɔnn9/10palm-nut vulture ?Syn.eboókunɛ