Akoose–English Dictionary


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sɔ́késɔ́kén9drunkennessSɔ́ké edé mə́ á yə̌l bwâmbwam.He is very drunk.
sɔ́mbésɔ́mbén9bride
sɔ́mɛnsɔ́mɛ̀nsɔ́mɛnEnglishsummonn9/10convocation
sɔ́nsɔ́nsɔ́nn9/10choice nut (first one to be ripe on a palm tree)sɔ́n e mbíísɔ́n è mbíːsɔ́n é mbíín9/10choice palm nut
sɔ̂ndésɔ̂ndésɔ̂ndéEnglishn9/10weekAbɛlé nsɔ́n sɔ̂ndé pɔ́g.He worked for one week.
Sɔ̂ndéSɔ̂ndéSɔ̂ndéEnglishn9/10Sunday
sɔndɔ́mmsɔ̀ndɔ́mmideodepicting sound of falling into waterAhúné á edib-tê sɔndɔ́mm.He fell into the water, splash.
sɔ́ɔ́sɔ́ːsɔ́ɔ́n9/10bay duiker, black striped duiker, black-backed duikerCephalophus dorsalis
sɔ́pesɔ́pèsɔ́peEnglishn9/10soapnkɔ́ké ń sɔ́peǹkɔ́ké ń sɔ́pènkɔ́ké ń sɔ́pen3/4bar of soap
sɔ́pe e byaásɔ́pè è bjǎːsɔ́pe e byaán9/10swamp morning gloryIpomoea aquatica
sɔ́tesɔ́tèsɔ́teEnglishn9/10shirt
sss ssssss sss1ideobe quiet2exclsound used to drive animals
stímastímàstímaEnglishsteamern9/10boat, ship
sú, mesún9/10~61dayḿmé mesú,those days.Syn.bǐn 2epun 1mbwɛ2time
súkə̄lɛ̄súkə̄lɛ̄nnickname ?
súlédsúlét̚súlédn9/10reed, kind of grassSúléd édé á ebwóge.Súléd grass grows in the crater plain.
SumedyaŋSùmèdjàŋn.prwife of Ngoe, the mythical ancestor
súmə̄súmə̄prowe two, pronoun first plus third person dual exclusivesúmə̄ baábɛ,we two people/the two of us.
súnsúnɛ́ɛ́súnsúnɛ́ːbesúnsúnɛ́ɛ́n1/2tadpole almost developed into a frog (hands and legs are fully developed, but still has a small tail)
súpesúpèGermanSuppen9kind of soup,” sauce with salt
sútesútèsúteEnglishn9/10suit, coat
súusûːsúun9/10fishsáá a súusáː à sûːbesáá bé súun1/2kind of large fish
swábswáp̚ideoideophone depicting cutting actionAsɛ́lé ntâŋ awě prîse embáá etúu swáb.He cut off the ear of the high priest’s slave, swap!
swáŋŋswáŋŋideo1farAkií á ahín-tê swáŋŋ.He went far in the bush.2expressive of sound of broom
syáāsja᷇ːprowe, pronoun, first person plural inclusive