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da₁ [M ] B2 (impf: ; past: dɛa) 1v follow, accompany; pass through, by, over { O dɛ ba yiga. He went in front of them. | Ba dɛ teo kom wo. They passed through the middle of town. } (domain: 7.2.5 - Accompany, 7.2.3.5 - Move past, over, through.) 2v aux do alongside, in addition { O dɛ o vo. He went as well. } (domain: 7.2.5 - Accompany, 8.5.1.2 - Beside.) cf: da-yiga.
da₂ [M ] B1 v carefully fetch a liquid that has settled { O dage nuga kam maama. She carefully fetched the settled out oil. }
da₃ [H ] loc there { Kwei n ke da. Put (it) there. } cf: dáane; cf: dáane, dáa. [ ph. v. wora ]
da₄ pl. of n pl days
da- [M ] pn pf together, one another, each other { da-swono love for one another | da-ŋwaŋa compassion for each other | da-peiga greeting one another | da-baŋa on top of one another | da-ŋwaane for the sake of one another | Ba pwɛ da-tei ne. They separated from one another. | Kalwoa bam laam gwori da-sia mo. The monkeys are now plucking each other's beans. } cf: daane.
da-bunu [MH ] KO/TE (dialect: da-buŋa) (daa) n tree stump
da-buŋu (from daa) n piece of wood or root
da-bwɛɔ KO/TE (daa) n separated bark of a dry log { Kaane wom vei se o lɔɔre da-bwɛɛro mo o dwei. The woman went to remove bark and light (a fire). }
da-chɔrɔ KO/TE (daa) n stick with sharp metal edge for digging graves
da-dwa (from daa) n firewood (domain: 5.5.6 - Fuel.)
da-kore DE/YA n drought
da-kɔlɔ KO/TE (daa) n log
da-pale [LR ] DE/YA (daa) n piece of wood forming a raised platform of logs for sitting on cf: dale.
da-toore (from daa) n charred firewood
da-yiga [MH ] KA/SE adj first, previous { da-yiga tɔnɔ kolo o na popone to the first book which he wrote } (domain: 8.1.1.2 - Ordinal numbers, 8.4.5.2 - Before.) cf: da. [ der. da-yiga tu ]
da-yiga tu (der. of da-yiga, tu) n first_one
daa₁ [M ] KA/SE n side, direction, sub-division
daa₂ [L ] KA/SE (pl: ) n wood, stick { da-lɔŋɔ heavy stick; walking stick | da-kora dry wood | da-kwolo heavy log | da-lɛɛro fresh wood } (domain: 6.5.3 - Building materials, 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant.) [ da-bunu , da-bwɛɔ , da-chɔrɔ , da-kɔlɔ , da-pale , da-buŋu , da-dwa , da-toore , dagara ]
daa₃ [F ] pt again, any more, from now on { O daa ma jwoori. He returned again. | O daa báa vo. He will not go again. | O daa ta wo vei. He hasn't gone yet. } cf: daga.
dáa [H ] loc away, at a distance { Véi dáa! Go away! } cf: dáane, da. [ der. dáa ne ]
dáa ne (der. of dáa) loc over_there
daale n mark on the face or elsewhere to show identity
daama [M ] temp pt recently, previously
daane₁ [L ] A1 v watch over, look after { Daane bu wom se a laam ba. Keep watch over the child until I come. }
daane₂ [R ] A1 v trouble, pester