Kasem - English


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va C3 (vaga; vara) v cultivate, farm, hoe cf: valem. [ der. -valo , der. valo , der. varem ]
vaane pl. of vɔrɔ n pl hoes
vaare [R ] v pull down something tall
vaase A1 v carry over the shoulder { O vaase bu wom o bakala ne. She carried the child on her shoulder. } (domain: 7.3.1 - Carry.)
vae vane v refuses
vaga va v cultivated
vala n ring woven from grass, used as bracelet, bangle or in children's games { teiŋa vala woven waist band | jeŋa vala bracelet | Vala gurim mo ka boboom. The end of the ring is also its beginning. } (domain: 5.4 - Adornment.)
valem n earth turned over in hoeing cf: va.
valo (der. of va, -ro) n farmer (domain: 6.2.7 - Farm worker.)
vane D1 (vae) v reject, refuse, oppose { n vane chega you oppose justice | Kukura ná vae kua, ka dwoŋi wó kwei mo. If a dog refuses a bone, another will accept it. | Jeŋa ba jega ye ka vane ni. The hand (with food) will not refuse to supply the mouth. }
vaŋe A1 v pull, lead, attract { vaŋe nɔɔno zwɛ punish, discipline }
vaŋeno n guide { lilwei vaŋeno blind person's guide | Lilwei ba jege dam de o vaŋeno. A blind person has no power over his guide. }
vara va v cultivates
vare-vare ideo shaking (domain: 3.4.2.4 - Afraid.)
vareba adv drooping
varege v be dissatisfied, give up something no longer valued
varem₁ n animal { sɔŋɔ vara domestic animals | ga-vara wild animals } (domain: 1.6 - Animal.) [ ga-varem ]
varem₂ (der. of va) n farming, hoeing { O swoi varem. He loves farming. } (domain: 6.2 - Agriculture.)
vase A1 v 1tug, pull forcefully 2trouble { O vase-ne dedɛ. He troubled me a lot. }
vayaa (dialect: vayaga; pl: vayɛ) dialect of bayaa n gravedigger
vayɛ pl. of vayaa
ve A2 v refuse, reject [ der. veo ]
vea n venom; poison used in hunting
veele₁ [M ] A1 v 1tilt, be unstable 2doze, nod off to sleep
veele₂ -/DE n pl pellets, pebbles { pa-veele bullets | ma-veele catapult ammunition }