Salɛbaa person's nameSalɛba gi bingiri okulabo.He is now a widower.
salogɔfifteenAsa salogɔ mɛ kpere me ndɔɔ ndɛ.Fifteen people led me to my farm today.
samaalots of peopleasa sakyɔa lot of people
sanremainI san pii.A little is left over.
sandɛsheepSandɛ gyɛ ifɛ dɔ gɛbuɛ.It is a domestic animal.
sangalanis a type of treeSangalan-ipɔ i bo sɛrɛ fɛɛ, ngbini-ipɔ.Its soup is slippery as okra soup.
sangɛuntieKyasɛ mɔ gi sangɛ.The chicken untied (got untied).
sangɔnineAsa sangɔ ne n wu' gibelɛ mɔ dɔ.Nine people died in the dry season.
Sangya1a man's nameSangya gi taalɛ mɔɔ kondɛ de gɛki.Sangya was able to kill an elephant with a knife.2name of a clanSangya-adɛ ne n gyɛ aye.We are the Sangya clan's people.
Saniwanɛa person's name meaning "It is not people's doings."Asa ne n wɔnɛ.It is not people's doings.
Sankaa woman's name indicating she has been given by her parentsBrukun-gigbaabi kyiisɛa female given to a man by her parents
sankaraa disease in cola nutsGɛposɛɛ mɔ gɛ loo sankara.The cola nut has a disease.
sanoosieveSanoo mɔ bo yayaa.The holes in the sieve are so big.
sarɛsarɛvery coldIpɔ mɔ i yuuli sarɛsarɛ.The soup got very cold.
sayanterɛlooking down on othersFo kya terɛ asa giyan.You are considering people to be inferior.
seebolonstory introductionSeebolon, Anengyɔ. Me-ɔtarɛ ne n kyena.Here's a story! Okay! There was my story.
seeliplayA laa seeli kaladɛ.We shall play till day break.
segistir upIŋ segi mɔmɔ.It did not move them.Akuuri mɛ kya segi aye-ɔbon sasa dɔ.Pigs are stirred up.
Sekyia man's nameSekyi ne n gyɛ aye-asafowakyɛ.Sekyi is our youth leader.
selɛfear/runƆ selɛ gifuu.He is afraid.Ɔ nyi giselɛ pa-a.He runs a lot.
Selɛ-Isaa man's nameSelɛ-Isa gi kyena mɔ, ɔ mɛŋ selɛ ɔko.He did not fear anybody in his life time.
selɛmiiŋana herbMɛ kya kyu salɛmiiŋan-ilin wɔra gɛlin.Its roots are used for making medicine.
selitrembleAkon adɛ Aniya ne ɔ kya seli.Aniya is trembling from hunger.