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dav1to push2to beat (a floor)3to pierce with a (thrown) spear
da /?ncharacter, manner
da /daanansibling (older and of the same sex)Kofi yɛ: "N dache nde."Kofi said: "This is my older sister."
da (so)vto push against, to rub against
da ŋ kenivto taste and see
da sovto mind somebodybaa da sobe carefulsaa maŋ da mo sodo not mind him
daaVerbal infixverbal infix for the remote past continuous tensee daa wɔ ndoŋhe was there
daana /dansiblings (older)
daana be bechensisters in law, i.e. older brother's wives
daaravto watch
dabino
dache /dacheanansister, cousin (older and of the opposite sex)
dafanɛotherwise
dafawunblue
dagavto be necessary, to ought to, to must, to be worthy; to behove, to deservea daga e ka yɔhe should goe daga luwu he deserves death
dajowotree (West Gonja)
daka /adakanbox, coffin
dakɔrɛ /?nloin cloth
dakore /?nloincloth
dalavto dress
damanriches
damawura /?nrich person
Dambanthird month according to Muslim calendar. Special festival in northern Ghana on 17th day of the "Damba" month being Muhammad's birthday
Damba b kayɛrbensecond month according to Muslim calendar. Lit. Damba's servant, i.e. predecessor = small Damba.
damta /a-adjmany