Akoose–English Dictionary


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pulɛ́ɛpùlɛ̂ːpulɛ́ɛn9/10cocoyam (native, wild kind, formerly the main staple)
pulsɛpùlsɛ̀pulsɛEnglishn9/10police, police man
pumbepùmbèpumben9/10shallot, kind of onionAllium ascalonicumWBCf.ányɔ̄se
púnpúnpúnn.mod9/10piece (of meat)pún e nyampún è ɲàmpún é nyamn9/10piece of meat
púpu1púpùpúpun9/10naked-faced barbetGymnobucco calvus
púpu2púpùpúpun9/10slow moving compound ant
púpuupúpùːpúpuun9/10kind of ant (black, with large head), brown ant
puúbpǔːp̚ideosound of thrusting a spear into somethingAsoó puúb.He speared it.
púutedpûːtèt̚púutedn9/10crumbs, bits, particles
puutéd puutedpùːtét̚ pùːtèt̚Dial.var.pootéd póotedideoroughly, unsteadily, confusedlyAchə́gke ekone puutéd puuted.He climbed the hill unsteadily.
pwɛ̂dpwɛ̂t̚pwɛ̂dn9/101grub from palm tree2crysallis (in rotten palm tree)
pwɛdtéd pwɛdtedpwɛ̀tét̚ pwɛ̀tèt̚ideodoing something anyhow, in a disorderly manner
pwɛ́nzɛlɛpwɛ́nzɛ̀lɛ̀pwɛ́nzɛlɛn9/10kind of drumAwóó pwɛ́nzɛlɛ á mendíb.He has a drum for water.
pwə́képwə́képwə́kéDial.var.pə́kén9/10kind of game (using snail shell or hard shell of cashew nut as spinning top)Syn.ngəkɛlɛ
pwoopwòːideosound of flapping wings of hen when held
pworob pworobpwòròp̚ pwòròp̚ideodepicting action of jumping on trees; swimming action
pwosompwòsòmpwosomn9/10horseSyn.hɔ́se 1
pwɔ́gpwɔ́k̚pwɔ́gn9/10holes (where water creatures hide)Eʼsálé mbáá béedyɛʼɛ́ á pwɔ́g.Important men have no need to hide. (Prov.)Large frogs do not stay hiding in the rocks.Cf.âpwɔgpwɔ́g e meláápwɔ́g è mèláːpwɔ́g é meláán9/10cavepwɔ́g e ndábpwɔ́g è ndáp̚pwɔ́g é ndábn9/10family, smaller than abum á ndábCf.abum á ndábatúmbéetúmbe2ndábtúmbé
pyɛ̂Sp.var.ofpíɛ
pyɔɔd1pjɔ̀ːt̚ideoblessing of peaceKǎg pyɔɔd.Go in peace.Syn.byɔɔd1
pyɔɔd2pjɔ̀ːt̚ideodescribing gentle movement