Akoose–English Dictionary


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wɛ̂2Dial.var.of1
wɛ̂3Dial.var.of2
wɛ̌-pfxyou, second person singular verb prefix combined with future marker
wɛ̌dDial.var.ofwɛɛ́d
wɛɛ́1wɛ̌ːDial.var.weé1rp"you say;" reporting particle second person singular, introducing speech or thought
wɛɛ́2wɛ̌ːDial.var.weé2proyou; emphatic pronoun for second person singular
wɛ́ɛwɛ̂ːCntx.var.wɛ́ɛ̄exclexclamation of surprise
Wɛ́ɛWɛ̂ːn.prMungo riverAchabpé Wɛ́ɛ ámīn ne bɔ̌le.He crossed the river Mungo in a canoe.
wɛ́ɛ̄Cntx.var.ofwɛ́ɛ
wɛɛ́dwɛ̌ːt̚Dial.var.wɛ̌dPl.bɛɛ́dn1/2my friend
wɛɛ́kenwɛ̌ːkènrpwhether; reporting particle introducing a question by second person singular speaker
wɛɛ́nwɛ̌ːnPl.bɛɛ́nn1/2your friendLáá wɛɛ́n áwôŋgɛn me.Tell your friend to help me.
wíndewíndèwíndeEnglishn9/10windowWínde éháá áte.The windows are big.Wínde éekəlɛ́ɛ́ áte.The windows are small.
wínííwíníːadv.lover there, far distal locative adverb, far from speaker and hearer, general locationSidéd nkute á téblɛ-sé.Move the bag under the table.
wogɛ́lwògɛ́lideoexpressive of sound of movementNwógé salé á nnɔŋ ń ndáb wogɛ́l.I heard a rat on the roof.
wogléd wogledwòk̚lét̚ wòk̚lèt̚ideodescriptive of roughlyAkaá eʼkɛ́ wogléd wogled.He tied the fence roughly.Syn.wɔgɛ́l wɔgɛl
wóŋ wóŋ wóŋwóŋ wóŋ wóŋideoexpressive of sound of walking
wówóʼwówóʔexclexclamation of surprise
wɔgɛ́l wɔgɛlwɔ̀gɛ́l wɔ̀gɛ̀lideodescriptive of roughlySyn.wogléd wogled
wɔ́gɔ́lɔ́ŋwɔ́gɔ́lɔ́ŋideosound of bell of hunting dog
wɔlɛ́ɛɛwɔ̀lɛ̂ːɛ̀ideomoving with difficulty like a sick person
wɔɔ́ɔwɔ̌ːɔ̀ideosound of pain
wúbwubwúbwùp̚ideoaction of grasping
wudwùt̚ntree used for its white wood, the bark was traditionally used for making walls of houses
wûdwût̚mewûd ?n9/6hard-wooded triplochiton, obeche,” ayous,” frakeTriplochiton scleroxylonSyn.nkom1 1