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da1vhitDa gɛbii gɛbono gɛ kya saawo gɛ kya ba faa, ɔtan.Hit the child who is coming with crying.Ɔ da mɔ tii gisu.He has silenced him.Ɔ da bɔɔlo san yɛgɛ.He was a good football player.
daa3advemph/justN kya kpe ndɔɔ daa.I am only going to farm.
daa2vdo first, do beforeNɛ daa fɛye pɛwu ba gɛrɛ.I came first before you all.Kyɛɛ fo daa baarɛ.Change your character.Gilɔ ne mɛ kya kyɛ; mɛŋ kya kyɛ daa.Sickness is curable, (but) not character.
daa1vtaste foodDaa ipɔ mɔ kerɛ yɛɛ, nfɔlɛ gi loo?Taste the soup and see whether the salt is okay.
daabanvnot lastMɔ kee maŋ taa daaban.He also didn't get anywhere.
daabonremember/nostalgiaNyingi ɔko so/me-sɛ daabo!Yearning for what has past; sentimental invocation of past happiness; homesick.
daabulinmashed yamDaabuli ne a gyi deeri nyɛnnyɛngɛ.It was mashed yam that we ate yesterday morning.
daafuuvtake fresh airNan lii kpaa daafuu nŋmanŋman.I am enjoying fresh air outside.
daakerɛvtaste-and-see, try, have a 'taster'
daarɛvbeat/hitFo daarɛ me mɔ, nan kpaa buu sa me-nyi.If you beat me, I will go and tell my mother.Ɔ daarɛ sa mɔ-bi mɔ ka gikɔ.She has bitten him in revenge for her child.
daarɛwanhookIfɛ dɔ inun i fii me, imɔso ɔkɛ berɛ Wurubuaarɛ gi kyingi me de alanfiya mɔ, nan kpe daarɛwa.I am fed up with bush meat, and so, if God wakes me healthy tomorrow, I will go fishing with a hook.Ɔ kpaa too daarɛwa.He went fishing using a hook.
daasɛvlabel/markNɛ daasɛ me-tiidɛ.I marked my goat.
Daawonpropa praise nameMɛ kya yen yɛɛ, daawo.My praise name is Dawo.me-nyidabo, Kofi Nyame mɔ-bi ɔko ginyen ne n gyɛ Daawo.
dabɛ-dabɛadjsoftGɛbii pubɔrɔ gumu gi bo dabɛ-dabɛ fɛɛ, gibono i kpa too gimɔ ayaa adɛ so.A new born baby's head is soft like a newly laid egg.Kyaasɛ gi kpɛ too gibɔlii ayaa adɛ so mɔ, gi kerɛ daa faa dɛbɛ-dɛbɛ.When a hen just laid an egg, it is soft.
dabɔlɛadjtogetherIkyaasɛ de akyan mɔ mɛ kya naa dabɔlɛ.The chickens and fowls are walking together.
dakuivfailNɛ kpaa dakui daa.I failed in my attempt.
dalaavprayA kya dalaa kolɛ Wurubuaarɛ.We pray to God.Ikpɛrɛ-asonbo kee mɛ kya dalaa.Pagans also pray.
damiingame of draughtsƆ tɛ ɔ kya nu de damii.He is concentrating on a game called draft.
dandanadjwell/careful/goodNaa dandan-o!Walk carefully!
dangɛvturn backƆ baa dangɛ aye pɛwu so.He overtook all of us.Kpaa dangɛ gɛkyɔɔ mɔ de ɔkɛ mɔ, a' kya kpaa ŋɛ gipo-iyii.Go and fix the axe so that we will go and fell trees in the new farm.Yɛgɛ kofi ne n gyangbara mɔ sukuu dɔ; ɔ kii kpaa dangɛ Kofi so.Kofi was ahead of him in school. He overtook Kofi.
dansɛnnaluminum cooking potNɛ Akua dansɛn gyan nta.They use the aluminium cooking pots to brew wine.
de1conjandKwamenɛ de Akua nen ba.Kwamena and Akua came together.2so that??Come so that we can see each other.3prepwith; throughNan daarɛ fo de oyii.I will beat you with a stick.
de-eadvwhat about?Kirisito-nkalan mɔ de-e?What about Christ's blood?Yesu, Wurubuaarɛ mɔ-bi gbaa ne mɛ kya wɔra faa; ne fɛye ayɛmesɛ mɔ de-e?
dedaaadjoldIlaa dedaa ne i gyɛ.It is an old thing.