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Abintogɛ-Gɛsunpropa woman's name meaning "it is children who bring division it the family"Abintogɛ-Gɛsu gi kpe ngya.Abintogɛ-Gɛsu has gone to fetch firewood.Abintogɛ-Gɛsu bo akolɔbo anyɔ.Abintogɛ-Gɛsu has two rivals.Ko-o sinde ne Abintogɛ-Gɛsu gi ŋɛ gida-yela gidɛ.Abintogɛ-Gɛsu cut these trees down to dry to get her firewood since last year.Abintogɛ-Gɛsu ayaawolɛ a tɛɛ sansana.Abintogɛ-Gɛsu's sandals got broken in public.
abirandaanveranda; reception hallƆ pɔrɔ obu mɔ, ɔŋ lɛɛ abiranda.When he built the house, he didn't make a veranda.Abirandaa mɔ adon ŋmangɛ gikyɔ.The veranda is too wide.Nyangbon kya ba, baala ilaa mɔ loo abirandaa dɔ.The rain is threatening, pack the things into the veranda.Asafɔ mɔ mɛ gɛɛlɛ aye, imɔso a laa dɛ daa abirandaa dɔ ndɛ.The strangers are too numerous for us, so, we shall sleep in the veranda too.
Abo-Abaradɔnpropa woman's name meaning "we intermingle, integrate"Abo-Abaradɔ bo ɔnyen.Abo-Abaradɔ has a husband.Abo-Abaradɔ kya bugi ansi de mɔ-nanbo nyɛmesɛ.Abo-Abaradɔ is social to her fellow human being.
Abo-Asɔnunpropa man's name meaning "We have ears to hear with"Abo-Asɔnu ɔko bo Nyanbon.There is one Abo-Asɔnu at Nyanbong.Abo-Asɔnu mɔ-sɛ gi dɔɔ gɛnen kaaborɛ mɔ yii mɔ adɔɔbo-wura.Ao-asɔ-Anu farmed until he was crowned a chief to farmers.
Abo-Ikpaabanpropa person's name meaning "we are on our way coming"Abo-Ikpaaba gi kyon Nkaran de ɔ' ba.Abo-Ikpaaba is gone to Accra and will be back.
abobowaadvwithout saltGɛnɔ gɛbono gɛ gyi nfɔlɛ san yɛgɛ mɔ, gɛ maŋ taalɛ gyi abobowa.The mouth that has eaten salt can no longer eat soup without salt.Deeri a gyi daa abobowa.Yesterday we ate soup without salt.Fo gyi abobowa ne i den fo mɔ, nfɔlɛ pii gbaa i kya loo sa fo.If you are used to eating without salt, a little salt in food is always too much for you.
abolɛbinseeds of gourdsNɛ duu abolɛbi, aŋ kɔrɔ.I planted gourd seeds. They have not sprouted yet.Sige berɛ, meŋ bo abolɛbi baa pii.I don't have gourd seeds this year.
abonnlies, falsehoodsKwame bo abon gikyɔ.Kwame can tell lies a lot.Nsɛ-kpɔɔra, nyagbenu yɛɛ, "Abon aŋ boran."My younger uncle, Nyagbenu said, "It is not good to tell lies."Abon gikɛɛ i kya bara lewu.Telling lies brings death.
abonboliadjraw; freshGyanbuɛ gi sa me ginun bonboli.A hunter gave me fresh meat.Gɛbii mɔ gɛ wu' abonboli.The child died suddenly.Akon a dɛ mɔ, n kya taalɛ wɛ awayu abonboli.When I am hungry, I eat raw corn.
Abonkpa-Egyinpropa man's name meaning "When we have life we will eat"Abonkpa-Egyi kya da bɔɔlo.Abonkpa-Egyi is playing football.
abonoprothat; whichAsa abono Yesu gi kyɛ mɔ mɛ wɔra gumu dɛnsɛ.The people that Jesus healed were the fortunate ones.Asa abono mɛ kya ba faa meŋ nyi mɔmɔ.I do not know the people who are coming.Yɛgɛ abono nno.Leave those people there.
Abonyanpropa man's name meaning "We have"Abonya gi kpe sukuu pa-a.Abonya is highly educated.Abonya kya kerɛ samaa so.Abonya is looking after crowds of people.
abɔtɔɔnbeing dirtyFo kya gyi mɔ, foŋ kya foro ilɛpɛ/fo bo abɔtɔɔ.When you eat and you don't wash the dishes, you are dirty.
abuakyɛnwater yamsAbuaakyɛ a bo kon de daabuli.Water yams are good for mashed yam.
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Abun-Nnɔnpropa man's name meaning "Let's be quiet"Abun-Nnɔ bo kokoo-ndɔɔ.Abun-Nnɔ has cocoa farm.
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abuwaarunruinAbuwaaru a laa gyi mɔmɔ faa poroko.Sudden calamity will overtake them.
adaaadvevery dayFo kya wɔra gɛnen adaa-adaa.You do that every day.
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