Akoose–English Dictionary


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pemepèmèn91wind, breeze, moving air, airPeme ekudé etɔm.The wind blew the plantain down.Syn.epub 12breath...baŋ ádúlé echi peme e asóg....then he drew his last breath.Adé peme áte.He is strong.Breath is in him.Cf.âhém2
pém pémpém pémideoshort
pendɛ́ɛpèndɛ̂ːn1argumentAhédé pendɛ́ɛ áyə̄le échê ehɔ́b.He refused to accept that talk.
pépénpépénpépénn9/10calf muscleSyn.pípín2
pɛ̌pɛ̌pɛ̌n9/10hoofAkɔ́lé á nguu áwóó pɛ̌ ébɛ.The foot of a pig has split hooves....has two hooves.
pɛdpɛ̀t̚pɛdn9/10sidepɛd e yə̌l,the side of the body.
pɛ́dpɛ́t̚pɛ́dn9/101tributary, branch of riverBwɛl ábe éʼkwédé éʼkɔ́lé pɛ́d é Mbumbɛ.The fallen tree has blocked the tributary to the Mbumbe river.2branch of treeCf.ahɛ́dnhɛ́dpɛ́d e bwɛlpɛ́ɾ è bwɛ̀lpɛ́d é mɛln9/10tree branchpɛ́d e mbaŋpɛ́ɾ è mbàŋpɛ́d é mbaŋn9/10twin fruits of mbaŋMod nhɔ́g eedyákɛ́ pɛ́d é mbaŋ ébɛ.You do not eat both twin fruits of a palm.
pɛl engomɛ́pɛ̀l èŋgòmɛ́Var.ofpɛsɛ ngomɛ́
pɛlɛ́1pɛ̀lɛ́pɛlɛ́n9/10container for scooping up water
pɛlɛ́2pɛ̀lɛ́pɛlɛ́n9/10small cockroach-like insect attracted by the heat of fire
pɛnpɛ̀n1adv.degonly, aloneBěn pɛn bédé á ndáb-te.They alone are in the house.Bélyɔ́gé ekob pɛn adibe.They delayed opening the door.2but
pɛ̂npɛ̂npɛ̂nEnglishn9/10pen
pɛ́nɛɛpɛ́nɛ̀ːn1special path for escape, escape route
pɛsɛ ngomɛ́pɛ̀sɛ̀ ŋgòmɛ́bepɛsɛ ngomɛ́Var.pɛl engomɛ́n1/2mole cricket (insect)Gryllotalpidae
pə́gpə́k̚pə́gn9/10kidney
pə́képə́kéDial.var.ofpwə́ké
pə́lpə́ln9scabies on the headPə́l ebídé mə́ á nló.He has scabies on his head.
pə́l e mwɛdɛ́pə́l è mwɛ̀dɛ́n9abscess in throatPə́l e mwɛdɛ́ etagtɛ mə́.An abscess is troubling him.
pə́ŋgépə́ŋgépə́ŋgén9/10hidden, secret corner
pibpìp̚pibn9/10thicknessNgob e nyam edé pib.The animalʼs skin is thick.
pidpìt̚pidn9/10calabash for drinkingCf.apom dé echəŋgéepídmwâ siipid e mǐmpìɾ è mǐmpid e mǐmn9/10calabash for wine
pídpít̚n9thirstPíd ewag me.I am thirsty.
pídíbpídíp̚ideoearly