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aforogbanladderAforogba ne o kyu dii tan gibi mɔ.He used a ladder to climb and harvest the palm nuts.
afototonblossomAfototo a bo kɛmpɛ.Blossom is a very beautiful outlook.
afɔlɛna year-old farm produceFo kitiki baarɛ gi tansi ɔ kya loo. Fo maa taa bii yɛɛ, afɔlɛ ne ɔ gyɛ.This cassava of yours is producing nicely; you would not know that it is only a year-old.
afufuiinbulky part of a person who has gained weightƆnyen mɔ kya da afufuii.The man is developing bulkiness as a result of him putting on weight.
afulo-oadjcurseFo afulo-o!An expression of anathema on something just said.
afurunfoamAgyarɛ mɔ a bo afuru.The soap is foaming.
afuunwind; airƆ kya da afuu.He is getting some fresh air.Nyangbon-afuu ne n kya da faa.It is rain that is causing the wind to blow.
agbanrafia stalk used for determining facts of a deathMɛ soo agba, mɛ kya taasɛ ibono i mɔɔ mɔ.They carried the stick, inquiring (divining) what killed him.
agbangyona type of clothAgbangyo mɔ-ra akyire mɔ gimɔ ne n bɔ?Agbangyo and akyire, which is better than the other?
agbankananleftovers over night foodFo gyi agbankana agan?Did you eat agbankana?
agbenisokona herbal plantFo yii agbenisoko mɔ ne fo fo kya nu mɔ-ɔŋɛlɛ.If you touch agbenisoko, it is then that you will smell its scent (lit: hear its smell).
agbɛɛmankind of vegetableAgbɛɛma-ipɔ i bo nyan.Agbɛɛma soup is fermented.
agbɛgyaansieve for making gariMɔ-agbɛgyaa mɔ a bo foo-foo.Her agbɛgyaa is too wide.Agbɛgyaa ne ɔ kya loo fɛ.He weaves agbɛgyaa and sell.
agɛbɛ-gɛbɛadjfewFɛye agɛbɛ-gɛbɛ adɛ.You these few ones.
ago-oadjexcuseNengyɛne fo laa loo ɔko obu dɔ mɔ, sa ago-o.If you want to enter into somebody's room you have to say excuse me.
agongonnbellƆ kya ŋmɛɛ agongon.He is beating the gong-gong.
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Agyanpropa person's nameAgya kya kpe sukuu Kumasi.Agya is going to school in Kumasi.
agyaayennleftover food staffs in a farm/gleanƆkyii belɛnsɛ kya paa agyaayen so mɔ, lewu naa mɔ, ɔ nyi mɔ-nkɛ.As an old woman is thinking of getting to collect the leftover food stuffs in the farm, death knows her days.
agyafuɛnbark of treesMɛ kyu iyii-agyafuɛ daarɛ wɔra ibɔrɔdɛbaa yɛgɛ.They used the bark of trees in making towels before.
agyaganspiderAgyaga-ginyen gi bo itarɛ sakyɔ dɔ.The name of the spider who appears in stories.
agyaga-kyɛnkyɛna kind of plantMɛ kya kyu agyaga-kyɛnkyɛ wɔra gɛlin.They use agyaga-kyɛnkyɛ for medicine.
agyakpidɛnbatsAgyakpidɛ a nyakyɔ oyii dɔ mɔ, ɔ kya taalɛ gbaa too.When there are many bats in a tree, it can break.