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kpavsweepAsunfuɛ kya kpa mɔ-ɔgyanten.Asunfuɛ is sweeping the kitchen.
kpa-aadjat allƆŋ kya yelɛ ilaa kolon so kpa-a.He does not stand on one thing at all.Me-rɛ mɔ a' maŋ baa loo kpa-a.We will never be in good terms again.
kpaa2vgo toKpaa faala fo-sɛ.Go and greet your father.Anɛfo gi kpaa Mɔɔnenyi.Anɛfo helped Mɔɔnenyi.
kpaa1vhelpAnɛfo gi kpaa Mɔɔnenyi.Anɛfo helped Mɔɔnenyi.
kpaabirina kind of treeMɛ kya fɛ kpaabiri-abi Tamale-gigya dɔ.They sell its fruits in Tamale market.
Kpaadɛwuranproptitle of Kpaadɛ chiefKpaadɛwura mɔ-bi ne n gyɛ Akyena-kii.Akyena-kii is the son of Kpaadɛwura.
kpaakpaanspindleƆ kya too kpaakpaa.I am spinning a spindle.
Kpaakyiinpropa person's name
kpaalavhurryN kya kpaala.I am in hurry.
kpaaniiadvnot admirableFo-laawɔra mɛŋ bo kpaanii.Your work is not admirable.
kpaaranground squirrelKpaara kya wɛ me-akatuwa.A squirrel is eating up my groundnuts.
kpaarɛvwipe/cleanKpaarɛ me-ayaawolɛ sa me.Clean my shoes for me.
Kpaarikyiinpropa person's name
kpaasaawona type of treenbii gi kya kyu kaasaawo-abi kyu kɔ ikɔ seelichildren use its seeds to play as if they are fighting
kpadavcombine/concile
kpada-kpadanmess
Kpadeenunpropname of a townKpadeenu ɔko bo Kyiliŋɛ.There is a Kpadeenu in Kyiliŋɛ.
kpadɛvinitiate into hunters' association
kpagavbrush aside
kpagalanna type of tree
kpagyakpagyanproper name
kpakaanbunchBɔnbɔnɛ gi sa nana Ayor bɔrɔdiyɛɛ kpakaa.Bɔnbɔnɛ gave grand father Ayor a bunch of plantains.
kpakpafoyinduck
kpakpafuiinduck
kpakpakɔnnboiled peanuts and cornA gyan kpakpakɔn.We cooked boiled peanuts and corn.