kpandannsome kind of stoneMɛŋ kya dɔɔ kpandan so.They don't farm on the rocky ground.
kpandɛvfight verbally/clear up a forest/a piece of land ready for planting kick against somethingMe-rɛ me-ka a kpandɛ deeri.My wife and I had an argument yesterday.Me-gipɔ giŋ dɛɛ, imɔso nan kpandɛ gimɔ pɛi.My forest did not burn up, so I will clear it before anything else.
kpangancover partially with lid or bowlKpanga agyudɔ de a' nyɛ da afuu.Cover the food partially so that the heat/hotness will reduce.
kpankɛnbad smellFo kya liiŋalɛ fɛɛ, kpankɛ.You have a bad smell (like that from bush cat).
kpankpagalannfowl/bush chickenKpankagalan bo kɔn pa-a.Bush chicken is very delicious.
kpankyɛlɛnsecond day of the Akyode weekAkyode gɛkɛ nyɔsɛAkyode's second day in the week