Gikyode


a
b
d
ɛ
f
g
h
i
k
l
m
n
ŋ
o
ɔ
p
s
t
w
y

o


okiyeeadjLook sharp!Ɔkyii mɔ gi saawo terɛ mɔ-biana yɛɛ, okiyee mɛ' ba.The woman in sharp look called her children to come.
okontwentyAsa oko mɛ ba aye asɛ.Twenty people came to us.
okobonimpotentɔnyen ɔbono mɔ-giwɔrɛ gi wu' mɔa man whose penis is out of coverage area
okon-sangonpreoper nounOko sango.Twenty nine.
okononbunleperikononbuBaseFormunknownlepersIkononbu gudu i kolɛ Yesu ne ɔ kyɛ mɔmɔ-gilɔ.Ten lepers begged Jesus and he healed them.
okonsuyona type of bug in palm trees especially during tapping palm wineOkonsuyo kpaa kya kyena kyoola de nta-ginun.Even this bug rests from drinking wine.
Okpawuranpropa person's name meaning "road master"ɔbono mɛ kya sun ɔkyii abɛɛ ɔnyen asɛone sent to a woman or man in love
okpense1ntumorOkpense gi da me-ɔgyan so.I have a tumour on my thigh.abono mɛ mɛŋ wu' mɔ, ikpense i da-da mɔmɔ2those who did not die were afflicted with tumors
okpotiinclub
okulaabonwidow/widowerFɛ' kerɛ okulabo mɔ so dandan.Take good care of the widow.
okulinhusbandOkuli pi-i, sa me aterenbi de n' sɔɔ ginun.My younger husband, give me money to buy some meat.
okuntennshelter; hidingAfuu a da gikolii mɔ kyu kpaa lii Okuten-gikyafiya.Wind carried the boat to Okuten island.ikuntenBaseFormnhiding placesPɔɔlo gi sii kyena Ikunten awɔɔ aberɛ dɔ.Paul remained at Ikunten during winter.
okurufɛnthread/spider webSa me okurufɛ mɔ iko.Give me some cotton.
okurufɛ-atoobivspinningƆ kya wuliti me fɛɛ, okurufɛ-atoobi.He is twisting me as spinning.
okuulaabonwidow/widowerɔbono mɔ-ka/kuli gi wu' taa mɔ yɛgɛ
okyinnveinFo bo ɔlɔ fo okyin so.You have a sore on your tendon.
okyodekyiinAkyode womanokyode-kyiian Akyode woman
okyunporridgeYaa kya nun okyu.Yaa is eating some porridge.
okyukpanndirty water on the ground/drainageOkyukpan ne.This is run-off water.ikyukpanBaseFormndrainagesthere are many drainages in the town.
olinnrootKuru kankama olin bara me.Dig a lemon root for me.ilinBaseFormnrootsMɛ don kuru oyii mɔ ilin gikyɔ so mɔ, sinde o wu'.They over dug the roots of the tree, it died last year.N kya dɛ gɛnyɛ mɔ. me-akyobo mɔ, mɛ naa maa kuru me-ilin.While I am in bed, my enemies go about destroying my progress.Mɛ kundun me-ilin pɛwu; ndɛ nɛ san n tɛ fɛɛ, gɛkaako meŋ wu gumu dɛnsɛ kerɛ.They have killed all my children, today I am like a barren woman.
olokonkind of treeKofi gi mɔɔ gɛturo ɔloko mɔ asɛ.Kofi killed an antelope near the oloko tree.ilokoBaseFormna type of treee found in the forestIdun i kya ta apɔ dɔ so mɔ, iloko dɔ ne mɛ san loo mɛ kya kyan.Odum tree are getting finished in the forests, so they are now sowing iloko for lumber.
oloobundeceased personOloobu Yaw ndɔɔ ne.This is the farm of the late Yaw.
olotonbush genetOloto ne n gyɛ gɛbuɛ gɛbono gɛ bo kpankɛ mɔ.Genet is the animal with some nasty smell between its thighs.
oluburubunna particular swiming pool in siareA kpa tɔɔlɛ oluburubun.We went and swam in Oluburubun.
olugyonuglyisa ɔbono ɔŋ wɔra ɔdansome one who is not handsome/beautiful