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kyɔlɛ1vtake fromKyɔlɛ gɛpalɛ mɔ lii lɛpɛ mɔ dɔ.Take/remove the fufu from that bowl.
kyɔlɛ-nkenbinwater birdNkyu dɔ gɛbuii; Gɛ kya kɔlɛ nkenbii gyi.water bird; It catches fish and eats them.
kyɔlɛsɛvdefileSiare-kyii gi kyɔlɛsɛ mɔ-sɛ.Siarekyii has defiled her father.
kyɔlɔgavhangƆ kyɔlɔga mɔ-nyoro.He hung himself.
kyɔlɔnkyɔlɔnvlong &_thin (used mainly to describe bodyparts in insults)Kyaakyaboŋa ayaa abo kyɔlɔnkyɔlɔn.The legs of the cattle bird are long and thin.
kyɔnna kind of antelope
kyɔn-gidɛna type of grass
kyɔnkyɔnadjpointedly/harshlyLaa bii kyɔnkyɔn.He will suffer.Ɔ salɛ oyii mɔ faa kyɔnkyɔn.He sharpened the stick to a sharp point.
kyɔɔvpeckKyasɛ gi kyɔɔ awayu gyi.The chicken pecked the corn.
kyɔɔlɛ1sacrifices
kyɔɔlɛ2vargue against
kyɔtaadjshrunkenN san n naa faa kyɔta.I am walking along shrunken (with nothing).
kyɔterɛna tool; bar
kyuvtakeKyu iwolɛ mɔ.Take the books.
kyua-kyuaadvraggedOyeebu mɔ akuru a kerɛ faa kyuwa-kyuwa.The mad person is dressed in ragged clothes.
kyugyoovsuckKyugyoo giwiyɛ.Suck a bone.
kyukyurɛkyiiadjbody type
kyulevagree/admit/respondNɛ terɛ mɔ, oŋ kyule.I called him and he didn't respond.
kyululuadjsteep
kyulunadjact of falling into riverɔ lii tɔrɔ ɔbon mɔ dɔ kyulun
kyunkyugulunnof a hole; very deep
kyuraavdestroy
kyuroonmascaraAnyen abono mɛ kya wɔra kyuroo mɔ, mɔmɔ ako mɛ kya wu gyankpa.Some of the men who apply mascara see mysteriously.Dedaa-akyii mɔ berɛ ne n wɔra kyuroo.Women of the olden days applied mascara.
kyuwanmisfortune