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*-amevdeclaration mark at final positionBiigã yãbame.The child wept.9Grammar-y-yãgram.partimperative particle for second person sg. & pl.Yik-y-yã. Tʋʋm-y-yã. Stand up. Work!9Grammara2 1àgram.partpreposition before a nameA Poll la a Zã.Paul and John.9Grammara2 2àgram.partprefix in front of numbers from one to nine and in front of other words like «woto»A yiib la a tã ya a nu.Two and three equals five.-a1vshort form of the declaration mark «lame», always attached to the verb without a hyphen9Grammara balexpr.no matter howRa sak tɩ bendr wẽ a bal tɩ f sao a bal ye.Proverb: Don't accept that a drum is plied no matter how and then you dance no matter how. (You have to know the difference and act accordingly)alfa 1à-ánfriend in the faith, brother in Muslim faitharzɛgs rãmbn.plrich peopleay 2àinterjexpressing scepticismazãnkind of big spidersynzãabazã1.6.1.8Spiderãmã́ncooked juice of dawadawa fruitãoogaã́ntree_sp.daniella olivieri1.5.1Treeãsdgaã́-áadjeasily breakableYaa tɩ-ãsdga.It's a tree that is easily breakable.ba4 2àvhold up, hinder an animal to go away by tying it to a peg in the groundba-ye-wiyankind of grass1.5.3Grass, herb, vineba-yirgankind of plantdatura stramonium1.5.3Grass, herb, vineba-yoarankind of plantdatura innoxia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebaade2 1à-évto know (that)Yãmb baad tɩ ka maam ye.You know it's not me.baag yoorenkind of plantachyranthes aspera1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebaag zermankind of plantportulaca oleracea1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebaag-taangancinnamonsynbarkudgaannona senegalensis1.5.1Treebale-sãoogontree_spsynkʋmbrsakayãnd-tɩɩgacassia siberiana1.5.1Treebalembaodgoá-ònwater plant_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebambunkind of plantbambusa vulgaris1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebanda-kunkind of plant, cassavamanihot esculenta5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebao zĩigaexpr.go away from there!synyi bebaooge3á-èvtake away a great quantity and in one gobaooge2á-èvbe very uncertain, become doubtingbaraareà-á-éadvat that dayBaraar la a rog yã.At that day she gave birth.barasenkind of plantdatura metel1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebargandenkind of treeceltis integrifolia1.5.1Treebarka-wilinkind of plantcombretum sericeum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebasoakaã̀-ánfish_sphydrocynus brevis1.6.1.5Fishbazorgoánlong sorghum_sp5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebã-maandemndisease caused by poisoning or an evil spell2.3.2Diseasebã-soakanfish_sphydrocynus forskalii1.6.1.5Fishbãgen-bagankind of plantasparagus flagellaris1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebãgen-yãangaã̀-á-ántree_spbauhinia thonningii, piliostigma thonningii1.5.1Treebãgendeá-é-énshrub_sppiliostigma reticulatum; bauhinia eufescens; bauhinia reticulata 1.5.2Bush, shrubbãka2ã́-ànsecond hoeing of a field6.2Agriculturebãnembãodgoã̀-ã́unspec. var.bãlembãtonwater plant_sp of which the leaves can cover the surface of a lake / pondipomea asarifolia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebearengankind of planthibiscus cannabinus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebeegankind of plantvigna unguiculata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebeẽvbe + locativeBala, tõnd sẽn beẽ wã, yaa we-rasempʋɩɩga.For we are here in a desolate place.belsem-belsemè-éndoing for amusementYaa sɩd-sɩd bɩ yaa belsem-belsem?Is it for real or for amusement?antsɩd-sɩdabend-tĩsdimè-ínkind of cloth5.3Clothingbeng-wurgandry bean stalk1.5.5Parts of a plantbeombeongonsmall drum for childrensynrabɩʋngo4.2Musical instrumentbeooseéon.plstumpsbes-beseadvspeaking no matter howsynyes-yesebesendenkind of planttinospora bakis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebẽdgantrap (to cast a disease on somebody)2.3.2Disease3nkind of plant, oilseed crop1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebɛrenga 2ɛ̀-ánfiled of «berense» plantsbi-pagemdonthe relation between mother-in-law and daughter-in-law4.1Relationshipsbi-sõaman.plgood fruitsTɩ-sõng fãa womda bi-sõama, la tɩ-wẽng fãa womda bi-yoodo.A healthy tree bears good fruit, but a poor tree bears bad fruit.bi-yendenonly childA ya m bi-yende.He is my only child.bilgdgaì-ànideophonesɩddd ...noiselessbilimsivto roll sth.bindgankind of tuber plant1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebisaí-ànresidue in millet beer productionRãamã yaa beoogo, bis bal n nan be.bĩin-wʋbdonkind of plantleucas martinicensis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebĩis-koaasanlady selling milk6.1Workerbĩis-moogoì-ónbreast disease2.3.2Diseasebĩndinpuurenfish_splabeo senegalensis1.6.1.5Fishbĩngdgaì-ànbinder, filing cabinetbĩnsiverb.itto put down, store, keep (many instances)bɩmbɩʋlgonkind of termitesynyaoore 11.6.1.7Insectbɩt-kõbreɩ̀-ṍnplant_spfadogia agrestis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebɩʋmbɩʋʋngonperiod when the farming products are mature6.2Agricultureboal-boalndish (balls of millet and sauce)5.2Foodboalg-yũnkind of plantdioscorea praehensilis1.5.3Grass, herb, vineboambãkonshrub_spsynbõang-bãokoostryoderris stuhlmannii1.5.2Bush, shrubbobgeòvtake away what was hung upbobreóncarrying hanging downboondav.inacccalling, namingA kẽnga tẽng a yembr sẽn boond tɩ Kaya.He went to a town named Kayabõan-bãokonkind of treexeroderris stuhlmannii1.5.1Treebõang-bãokonplant_spsynboambãkoostryoderris chevalieri1.5.2Bush, shrubbõang-bokonkind of plantxeroderris stuhlmannii1.5.2Bush, shrubbõanga-ruginkind of plantthalia geniculata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebõn koaadlanfarmed productbõn-bõneadvin a agile mannerbõn-kɩndenwound under the toesynbõang-paare2.3.2Diseasebõnege2ṍ-èvgrow in large quantitiesbulvãkã kell n bõnega ne tõnd pʋtã.synyelge1 1bug-ba-yẽneganplant_spindigofrea nigritana1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebugri2 1ù-íadjnot quite ripebugri2 2ù-íadjnot quite hotKo-bugri.Lukewarm water.bugsẽn-tũngunkind of treeampelocissus grantii /ampelocissus africana1.5.1Treebugvã-yẽnganplant_spindigofera nigritana1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebuiirinkind of fly1.6.1.7Insectbuli-bĩisimnkind of plantipomea eriocarpa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebulla bĩisimncreeping plant used for sauce1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebulvãk-raagankind of plantcorchorus tridens1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebulvãkaúnplant used for saucecorchorus tridens / corchorus olitorieus1.5.3Grass, herb, vineburumukankind of shrubsynpõsempõrgopũmumukasterculia setigera1.5.2Bush, shrubbũn-yoogonnon specified thingbũnd-yaabankind of plantchrozophora senegalensis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebũndunkind of plant used in the preparation of sauceceratotheca sesamoides1.5.3Grass, herb, vinebʋ-lug-pɛɛlangoat with black and white coat/fursynmal-bʋʋga1.6.1.1Mammalbʋd-gẽbgansmall calabash used for sowing5.5Container6.2Agriculturebʋdoʋ́-òinter.which, what kind ofYaa kom-bʋdo?What kind of children are these?bʋtev.inaccbe sowing-dvimperfect marker (joint to the verb)A wʋmame. A wʋmdame.He heard it. He hears it.9Grammarda2áauxpast particleB da waame.They came.9Grammardagáauxpast particleA dag n waa ka.He came here.9Grammardagaabgaà-á-ánDagara person4.3.1.4Communitydagaabreà-á-énDagara language, Dagara way of doing thingsdauosuurinkind of treedalbergia melanoxylon1.5.1Treedas̃an-daagangarage saledayʋʋganGambian ratDoorin.properDori4.3.1.2Citydõaana-dõaagankind of treeprosopis africana1.5.1Treedõose1vfarm in making heaps of earth around plants to strengthen them-ẽ3 2évpast tense marker in a negative sentenceKa foo la a yãẽ ye.It's not you that he saw.-ẽ3 1évpast tense marker, exclamationA waẽ la! A waẽ wɛ!Well, he has come (what are you going to do?)syn39Grammar-ẽ2évmark of the unrealM bãngẽ pĩnda m ka waẽ ka ye.If I had known earlier, I would not have come here.9Grammarẽemdevto clear one's throatsynyẽemdeẽhẽe1ẽ̀-ẽ́interjexpression showing comprehension of somethingẼhẽe, yaa woto la?OK, is that so?ẽhẽe2interjexpression showing approval, approbationsynn-faaẽyynẽ́ interjfemale's answer to a greeting«Ne y kẽnde.» «Ẽyyn.»«Good walk.» «Thank you.»fade1ávpay taxesfade2nkind of plantamorphophallus flavovirens1.5.3Grass, herb, vinefaga1àadvcompletely empty, flatWeefã pĩni siga zãng faga.The tire of the bike is completely flat.fake2àvfinish by disgusting /hating itA rɩta mui daar fã t'a yam fake.He eats rice every day and ended up hating it.falengaánthe youngest of the circumcisedA wanda beem n dɩt a falenga.The punishment inflicted on the eldest of the circumcised does not spare the younger of the circumcised. (Proverb: Sometimes we suffer the consequences of the mistakes of other people because of our relationships with them.)fallláadvextremely whiteA peka a fuugã t'a lebg pɛɛlg falll.She washed her garment that it became completely white.synfaga2fara8.1Colourfaoogo3ò-óninsect similar to a fly eating blood1.6.1.7Insectfaoole 1á-èvtreat roughly, deal with somebody without showing respectfare2 2ávscuttlefarge 1á-èvgo quicklyfarge 2á-èvgo to a new destination in prolonging the first onefarongonshrub_spsynpargandeceltis integrifolia1.5.2Bush, shrubfãa...ã̀advexpression indicating a sighA vʋʋsa fãa...He is breathing with sighs.feble2é-èvtalk a lot or quicklyA yãsame n febendẽ tɩ m ka wʋmd a goama ye.He is speaking so quickly that I don't understand.feegauxso long as, let's hope thatsynweweegfɛbgaɛ́adjtoo thin to hold a garment around the waistfɛɛse2verb.itto dry sth. many instancesfi-lingankind of shrubferetia apodanthera1.5.2Bush, shrubfisiverb.itto come undone, untiedfiuungu2ìu-úncuttingfĩ-zãnkind of treeblighia sapida1.5.1Treefooge3òvuse the familiar formbiig na foog a ba wa ya a rakɩya? Biig tog yãmsa a ba.fu-bila1ú-áncloth for carrying childrenfulfuudunkind of plantcommelina diffusa / commelina forskaolii1.5.3Grass, herb, vinefulliú-ìnpetal of kapok tree flower1.5.5Parts of a plantfurkãngaù-ã́-áncushion for rich peoplefʋlganethnic group living in the northern part of Burkina Faso4.3.1.4Communityfʋnglgoadjbulky and not hard/strongfoo n yaa ninsaan-fʋnglg la b pãbd-f wakat fãa.fʋra1ndish (balls of millet flour and water)5.2Foodfʋreveat the sauce alone without the porridge that goes with itsynyʋbega-saokonindigo fabric having lost its dye / colourgabrobim-pendonplant_sppulicaria crispa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegal-peelgankind of treeacacia dudgeoni1.5.1TreeGaoan.properGaoua4.3.1.2Citygarenwiiganshrub_spsynwilinwiigaguiera senegalensis1.5.2Bush, shrubgarga1à-ánshrub_spindigofera arrecta / indigofera tinctoria1.5.2Bush, shrubgarzungonshrub_spsynsubdgagardenia erubescens1.5.2Bush, shrubgãa-saagankind of plantsporobulus pyramidalis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegãabdon.plcrowsgãabg-bĩn-peendonplant_sppulicaria crispa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegãabg-sũmkaamnkind of plantasphodelus fistulosus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegãaga2á-ànfruit of the diospyros tree5.2Foodgãbro sinkmanplant_spasphodelus fistulosus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegãn-naongonkind of plantricinus communis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegãn-peellendermis skin2.1Bodygãneseverb.itto lay sth./sb. down (many instances)gãng-la-pɛɛlga 1nblack and white cloth / fabric8.1Colourgãnsaagaã̀-á-ànplant_sp (used for braiding)sporobolus pyramidalis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegãobgondried onion-greens5.2Foodgãoog-nangurinkind of plantasphodelus fistulosus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegãooreà-énball of cooked been or millet flour 5.2Foodgeel-sigindimnoperation (math.)syngɛɛlga3.2Mathematicsgeema tãabonkind of plantacanthospermum hispidum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegel-põosreénshrub_spsynkaseng-sãa-nengacassia singueana1.5.2Bush, shrubgem-bãoogontree_spsynzãmnengaacacia macrostachya1.5.1Treegem-daoogonsummit, peak (plait hair, braided hair)A pãnmame n dʋʋs gem-daoogo.She braided her hair to get a hair peak on top.geonfo 1è-ónbraid, woven strip, cockscombPag zug wogem me a pa yɩɩd a geonf ye.Even if a woman is tall, she does not go beyond her braid. (Proverb: as long as a person remains submissive or dependent on another person, one cannot speak of equality.)ges nin-gɛtgẽexpr.gaze one's reflectionbõang-paareõ̀-ánwound under the toesynbõn-kɩnde2.3.2Diseasebula2ú-àn.plsprouts, kindsgẽelevlook at somebody reproachfullyBiigã ma gẽend-a lame.The child's mother looks at him with a reproachful air. gẽoodreé-èninsect that attacks beehives1.6.1.7Insectgili2vmake balls ofA ginda kaolgo.She makes balls of dawadawa seeds.gĩningĩtuncreeping plant_spglossonema nubicum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegɩnga2nkind of shrubsarcocepahlus latifolius1.5.2Bush, shrubgɩrga1ɩ̀-ánshrub_sppteleopsis suberosa1.5.2Bush, shrubgoaadbankind of plantdactyloctenium aegyptium1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegoandgangrass_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegom-tedgankind of plantdicoma tomentosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegomtɩ-laongoó-ònplant_spwissadula amplissima1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegomtɩ-zʋʋrenkind of plantheliotropium indicum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegõ-miuugunkind of acacia treeacacia senegal1.5.1Treegõ-pokonkind of treesyngõ-põosgoacacia rehmaniana1.5.1Treegõ-põ-yaadgankind of treeacacia gourmaensis1.5.1Treegõ-põosgoó-óntree_spsyngõ-pokoacacia rehmaniana, acacia siberiana / acacia seyal1.5.1Treegõ-põrgonkind of treeacacia seyal1.5.1Treegõaaga3nkind of thorn treeacacia ataxacantha1.5.1Treegõdre-yẽoogonkind of treeboswellia dalzielii1.5.1Treegõm-tiidganplant_spsynsawi-pɛɛlgadicoma tomentosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegõmseó-èvsay yes by shaking of the headSɩd sã n togsdẽ, zug gõmsda a toore.When the truth is told, the head nods on its own. (Proverb: Proverb: the truth is supported by irrefutable, convincing and verifiable evidence.)gõndre yẽoogontree_spsynkʋmbryẽoogoboswellia dalzielii1.5.1Treegulumdinkind of plantimperata cylindrica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegũ'ùadvrecalls a crash of a heavy object on the soilB sẽn maood taabã nin-yendã zõond n tʋka a to wã n lub gũ'.gũbduùnwater plant_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegũbri 2únarrangement in a circlegũlgivguard (have someone to), entrust, be trusted withsyngũnugigũuri1nmastitis (breast disease)2.3.2Diseasegʋ-raoogonkind of plantlippia chevalieri1.5.3Grass, herb, vinegʋɩɩgaʋ́adjnot really ripeTaan-gʋɩɩga.Shea fruit not really ripe.gʋɩɩngaʋ́-ànshrub_spsarcocephalus latifolius / nauclea latifolia1.5.2Bush, shrubgʋm-sirankind of fig treeficus sur1.5.1Treegʋrendenlanguage of the Gurense peoplegʋrengaʋ́-ánname of ethnic group4.3.1.4Communitygʋrengoʋ́-ònland of the Gurense people4.3.1.1Countryha'ánindicating the smallest opening of the mouthYɩ ha' tɩ m pãb-fo.Make the smallest noise and I will hit you.hayaá-àninvitationHaya! Wa-y tɩ d kẽnge.Come on! Let's go.he'interjcall to prudence, suspicionHe', maan gũusgu!He, be prudent / careful!ka5vdraw generously or several times, to scoop water between legs (fishing)ka-buuduá-únmillet used for sowingka-fɩɩbreá-énmillet grain huskka-liungu 2á-únhigh millet stalks but without fruitka-liungu 1á-úntime, place when the millet is taller than a person6.2Agricultureka-ned-ma tɩɩgankind of treecassia italica1.5.3Grass, herb, vineka-nooreá-ènfish_spsynyalgenfohyperopisus bebe1.6.1.5Fishka-pokoá-ónyoung millet plant6.2Agriculture1.5.3Grass, herb, vineka-puumnsmall grass elements provoking itches, chaff, husksynwudguka-pʋga2 2nliver cirrhosiska-pʋga1nmillet plant in the process of producing corn6.2Agriculture1.5.3Grass, herb, vineka-sãnansorghum (kind of)synka-sõngo6.2Agriculture1.5.3Grass, herb, vineka-tikimdinmillet stalk having several ears6.2Agriculture1.5.3Grass, herb, vineka-zomnwhitish horsesynwed-pelle1.6.1.1Mammal6.3Animal husbandryka-zʋɩnkind of milletpennisetum americanum5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekaaf maá ànplant with yellow flowers1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekaafr maan-pɛɛlganplant_spevolvulvus alsinoides1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekaafr maananplant_spscoparia dulcis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekaafre-mandenkind of plantscoparia dulcis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekaam2ánkind of disease of babies2.3.2Diseasekaante lʋnganbottle calabash plantsynkolbrelagenaria siceraria1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekagdgaántree_spdetarium microcarpum1.5.1Treekagfo2á-ònfruit of the detarium treekagle1àvput in a crossed manner, arrange (things) crosswisekak-mankind of treedalbergia melanoxylon1.5.1Treekakaà-ánbracelet worn above elbowKak sẽn tũ zĩig ning n kẽ wã, a tũuda be n yi.Where a bracelet passed to be put on, to take it off again, you have to pass at the same place. Proverb5.4Adornmentkakaduru1nkind of plantaframomum melegueta1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekake4á-èvutter, recite quickly without stoppingkakemsalleánshrub_sp1.5.2Bush, shrubkal-gem-toɛɛgankind of treecrateva adansonii1.5.1Treekal-koondeá-énsauce made of dawadawa seasoning, of salt and of water5.2Foodkal-kudgunkind of treeannona senegalensis1.5.1Treekal-pɛkaá-àndawadawa seeds cooked and washedkal-yãagaà-àngrass_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekalamde1á-éncorn plant growing at the beginning of the rainy seasonsynlamde21.5.3Grass, herb, vinekalgemtoɛɛgankind of shrubcrateva adansonii / crateva religiosa1.5.2Bush, shrubkalidriá-ìnthin grass_spsynlidriliuul saaga1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekalkaá-ànbed made of wood stickskalsakaá-á-ànshrub_spisoberlinia doka1.5.2Bush, shrubkalse2á-èvnot eat enoughkalwẽdgaà-é-àniniquity (using wiles, tricks)kalyãkaá-ànshrub_spsynsɩlkoorecapparis corymbosakalyãngaá-ànkind of thorny shrub, fruit of shrubsynlamboɛtgacapparis corymbosa1.5.2Bush, shrubkam-bõangansoldier, military personsynsodaagakam-bõndonmilitary servicesynsodaarekam-sõngonkind of treecola cordifolia1.5.1Treekamaan-no-bĩnduncorn with different colourssynkamaan-wãoore5.2Food6.2Agriculturekamaan-wãooreá-à-éncorn with different colourssynkamaan-no-bĩndu5.2Foodkamaan-zũnduncorn silkkampẽbreà-énplant producing small sweetish fruits5.2Food6.2Agriculturekampẽoà-éngrass_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekan-sablgankind of treeuvaria chamae1.5.1Treekan-toabgankind of plantsansevieria longiflora1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekandoá-òn.pldried dawadawa spiceskanedanplant_spcassia italica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekankam pɛɛlgankind of fig treesynkʋnkʋɩɩga21.5.1Treekankan-sẽngankind of fig treeficus glumosa1.5.1Treekaorgo2ào-ónbird_sp1.6.1.2Birdkapẽbreà-éngrass_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekar-yendeà-é-ènperson with only one legkarem-toaagankind of shrubcombretum nigiricans1.5.2Bush, shrubkaruà-úndisease attacking horses2.3.2Diseasekaseng-sãa-nengankind of shrubsyngel-põosrecassia singueana1.5.2Bush, shrubkasenkaooreánbird_spsynnakomsugri1.6.1.2Birdkatr-gĩilankind of water plantpistia stratiotes1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekatr-mukankind of treesterculia setigera1.5.1Treekatr-nangurinplant_spsynsʋgdrecassia tora; cassia obtusifolia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekatr-poondonkind of tree and its fruitsynkatrpõaagastrychnos spinosa1.5.1Treekatr-siilinkind of plantsesamum alatum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekatr-tabrenkind of plantlaggera aurita1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekatrfeoogoà-óngrass_spkatrpõaagaàntree_spsynkatr-poondopoaloaangastrychnos spinosa1.5.1Treekatrwɛkankind of plantboerhavia diffusa / repens1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekatrwɛka-raagankind of plantboerhavia erecta1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekaweemánwater of germinated milletKayan.propername of a big town in Burkina4.3.1.2Citykazaakaà-á-ánbasket with holessynyʋlga15.5Containerkãagankind of grassphragmites australis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekãage2vshow the teeth by drawing back the lipssynyĩigi2kãamde 1àvclearing the throatkãan-toabga2nplant_spsansevieria longiflora1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekãan-toabga1nkind of plantsansevieria senegambica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekãande 2à-énfruit of calabash treekãgemdeàvremain across in the throatA wãbe zĩm tɩ kõbr kãgemd-a.He ate a fish and a fish-bone staid in his throat.kãgendoándried snotkãgengankind of treesynkãongo1acacia pennata1.5.1Treekãkãnaosenplant_spcienfuegosia digitata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekãl-yãanganshrub_spsynsɩlkoorecapparis corymbosa1.5.2Bush, shrubkãn-kalga1nkind of treeafzelia africana1.5.1Treekãn-kalga2ã́-á-àntree_spafzelia africana1.5.1Treekãnkãsĩigaá-ántree_spsynkamsãoogokamsãoogowom-sɛɛgaficus dicranostyla1.5.1Treekãntoaabganplant_spsynpeende2sansevieria longiflora1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekãobengoánscorched food at the bottom of the cooking pan5.2Foodkãoondaobgonkind of plantkãooreánpotash slabkãsre 2ã́adjwithout fat, firm (meat)ke-zʋʋreé-ènplant_spstachytarpheta angustifolia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekedg-tɩ-na-pagb-loogenkind of grasskedseverb.itto move askew, get out of place (man instances)keedoénshrubs cut as one clears the farmland, rubbish to be burned6.2Agriculturekeeganplant_sphygrophila auriculata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekeoogoéo-ònplace set up for circumcisionkẽkanfish_sp1.6.1.5Fishkẽnb-raagankind of plantcleome viscosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekẽnb-yẽoogoé-ónbird_spsynkẽt-yõgla1.6.1.2Birdkẽnbdonkind of plantcleome gynandra1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekẽnbgoé-ònplant_spgynandropsis pentaphylla1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekẽoogo2nkind of plantcyperus esculentus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekẽsga1énshrub_sp with bitter leavesmaerua crassifolia1.5.2Bush, shrubkẽsga2nkind of plantcadaba farinosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekẽt-yõglankind of birdsynkẽnb-yẽoogo1.6.1.2Birdkɛɛganplant_spstachytarpheta angustifolia / indica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekɛgbankind of female dancekɛgelle2énfruit_spblanites aegyptaca5.2Foodkɛgendoɛ́-ònleaves_spki-m-bogonkind of plantpennisetum pedicellatum1.5.3Grass, herb, vineki-renganplant_spsynkitgaflacourtia flavescens1.5.2Bush, shrubki-tẽgankind of shrubferetia apodanthera1.5.2Bush, shrubkibiìnred flea on the eyelid of babies2.3.2Diseasekimogonkind of grasspennisetum pedicellatum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkir-nedanperson with a capricious character2Personkinkirg taanganplant_sptrichilia1.5.2Bush, shrubkinkirg-kãandenkind of planttinnea barteri1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkirs kãadenkind of planttinnea barteri1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkirs sãb-tulgankind of plantbidens engleri1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkirs sãbtul-raagankind of plantbidens pilosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkirs siilinkind of plantvernonia galamensis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkirs taangaĩ̀-í-ntree_sptrichilia emetica1.5.1Treekinkirs tabrenkind of plantsynwãam-tabrenicotiana rustica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkirs wũmblaĩ̀-í-ũ̀-ánplant_spsynri-paotinea barteri1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkirs yoabgankind of plantholarrhena floribunda1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekinkirsi2ĩ̀-í-ìndisease caused by supernatural forces2.3.2Diseasekipar-sablgankind of plantxylopia aethiopica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekisinkindenkind of shrubboscia angustifolia1.5.2Bush, shrubkiu2ívpulsate out of fearkĩsgaíndry leaf of bean plantkɩ-sũmdiɩ́-ínplant_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekɩbga1ɩ́-ànrespiratory illness (kind of)2.3.2Diseasekɩdeɩ̀vclog, overwhelm, muffle, make deafA tʋbã kɩdame, t'a ka wʋmd sõama ye.His ears are muffled so he can't hear well.kɩɩbdoɩ̀-ónbeing an orphankɩɩg sũmdiɩ́-ù-ínplant_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekɩɩmsmuglgankind of treesynkɩms-mugulgaziziphus mucronata1.5.1Treekɩmbgoɩ́-ònplant_sppennisetum mollissimum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekɩms-mugulgantree_spsynkɩɩmsmuglgaziziphus mucronata1.5.1Treekɩn-pʋɩtaɩ̀-ʋ́ɩ-ànbird_spsynpʋɩt-kɩna1.6.1.2Birdkɩtenganshrub_spflacourtia flavescens1.5.2Bush, shrubkɩtrzĩgnigaɩ́-í-í-ánlocust (kind of small)1.6.1.7Insectkɩʋmbgoɩ́ʋ-óngrass_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vineko-kẽesdem muinirrigation ricesynko-waandem mui6.2Agricultureko-põmponpump (for water)synko-boaandgako-ralemò-ánbird_sp1.6.1.2Birdko-rõaaganplant_spsyntẽng-n-rõaagatẽngen-dõaagacassia mimosoides1.5.3Grass, herb, vineko-so-gilgdganchannel or elevation around the field6.2Agricultureko-soalsgaònlittle corner in the courtyard where people can wash themselvesko-taabaó-ánmutual aid in helping each other to farm landkoa-koaáaadvnoise from knocking at the doorA wẽe kʋɩlengã koa-koa.He knocked at the door «knock-knock».koaag sãfãndeó-ã̀-ã́-ènplant_spvernonia amygdalina1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekoaalganhollow part of the back of the knee2.1Bodykoadbankind of plantsynvidbastylochiton hypogaeus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekoakaóansmall elevation for blocking / keeping water, bank, edge, sideKo-koaka.Elevation for keeping the water.koalenkoanaganbird_spsynkotrko1.6.1.2Birdkobs-naase 2ò-ánumtwo thousand francs CFAkobs-nii 2ò-ínumfour thousand francs CFAkobs-nu 2ò-únumtwo thousand five hundred francs CFAkobs-tã 2ó-ã̀numone thousand five hundred francs CFAkobs-wɛ 2numfour thousand five hundred francs CFAkobs-yi 2ó-ìnumone thousand francs CFAkobs-yoobe 2ò-ò-énumthree hundred francs CFAkobs-yopoe 1ò-ò-ónumseven hundredkobs-yopoe 2ò-ò-ónumthree thousand five hundred francs CFAkodbre1ó-énleaf_spstylochiton hypogaeus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekoden-kinkind of small plants producing black grains at its roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekoden-tabgankind of plant with white flowers growing on termite hills1.5.2Bush, shrubkoden-tãmbrenkind of shrubcombretum aculeatum1.5.2Bush, shrubkodẽ-kinkind of plantcurculigo pilosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekoeóadvsignals insisting, isn't itGũus f meng koe ! A ka wa koe?Pay attention, it is serious! He hasn't come, isn't it?koɛɛraòɛ-áncomb speaking of weaverkogl-koomnkind of plantipomea asarifolia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekogle2ó-èvmake hear a noise of chock within somethingYaa gɛl ne waooga, kogendame la pa wãad ye.It is eggs in a sac, that does not break the eggs, it just makes some noise. (proverb meaning: quarrelling does not mean rupture)kolibriò-í-ínrhythm and air of funeral-songs played on a calabashkom-bi ra-yakankind of plantlippia multiflora1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekom-sõasganfasting because there is nothing to eatkomber sakankind of treecassia siberiana1.5.1Treekomber yõodonkind of treeboswellia dalzielii1.5.1Treekombereò-é-ènchef of a subdivision of traditional chiefdomkomse 2òvcause to become paralyticMobill n fão-a n koms-a.A car has hit him and made him a paralytic.kongo1 2ónmeasure containing seven dishes of milletkonkobreò-ó-ènchick of whom the feathers haven't grown yet6.3Animal husbandry1.6.1.2Birdkoobre2ò-énmiddle size calabashkoolleò-éngrass_sppanicum laxumkoom2òónmalaria during rainy seasonsynpaliweoogo2 12.3.2Diseasekoom-ka-limd-karganbird_spporzana marginalis1.6.1.2Birdkoore1ó-ènround calabash with small aperture and lid / string5.5Containerkos-kiónbird_sp1.6.1.2Birdkosenkondeónbird_spsynkosenkongolophaetus occipitalis1.6.1.2Birdkosenkongonkind of birdsynkosenkondekot-koteòadvnoise of boilingBẽerã kaeeda kot-kot.The thin porridge boils making «kit-kit».kotrkonbird_spsynkoalenkoanaga1.6.1.2Birdkõ-nemnkind of plantexcoecaria grahamii1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekõa-safãndenkind of plantvernonia colorata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekõaadaòa-áadjyellowssynrõodo 38.1Colourkõd-pokonshrub_spterminalia macroptera1.5.2Bush, shrubkõgre1ó-ènfirst juice in making beerkõn-bilankind of palm treehyphaene thebaica1.5.1Treekõn-fʋrg-lalleò-ʋ́nbird_sp, long-tailed parakeetsynkẽen-zʋʋre1.6.1.2Birdkõn-sãam kẽndengroundnuts that are salted and roastedsynmarmatigikõnekõtgoò-ó-ònbird_sp1.6.1.2BirdKõngũsin.properKongoussi4.3.1.2Citykõod-pokoõ̀-ónshrub_spterminalia macroptera1.5.2Bush, shrubkõodoó-ònjuice of germinated millet / sorghumkõodre1nshrub_spterminalia avicennioides1.5.2Bush, shrubkõom 2nentering (of the sun, sunset)kõon-sablgankind of treeacacia pennata1.5.1Treekõs-moogonkind of plantelionurus elegans1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekõs-zɩɩmncoughing from birth onwards2.3.2Diseasekõtemdeò-énshrub_sp1.5.2Bush, shrubku3nkind of plantdioscorea bulbifera1.5.2Bush, shrubku-sablganblack terrapinpelomedusa subrufa1.6.1.3Reptilekudbadeù-á-énplant_sp producing edible tuberscolocasia antiquorum5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekudglunguùnliana_spcombretum paniculatum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekudgu-luugunkind of plantcombretum paniculatum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekudugulunguù-únshrub_spcombretum abbreviatum ou paniculatum1.5.2Bush, shrubKugpɛɛlan.properKoupela4.3.1.2Citykuiigaúí-ànintestinal obstruction2.3.2Diseasekuirb kuirbẽnkind of plantbergia suffruticosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekukur-gõaagaù-ú-óa-ànthorny plant_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekul-waoongonplant_spsynwall bĩisimeuphorbia convolvuloides1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekulburguù-ú-ùnfish_sp1.6.1.5Fishkulkutguúntree_spcombretum aculeatum1.5.1Treekuravhaving the knee on the groundYõk n lubã yaa ka pãnga, la gãe n kutẽ wã yaa f ka neda.Being thrown to the ground, is lacking strength, but being tossed in the dust, is not having friends who help. (Proverb, meaning: show solidarity whenever needed)kurkur gõaagankind of plantamaranthus spinosus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekutẽ lɛɛngankind of plantglossonema boveanum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekũmandaoogongovernment representative, senior civil servant, government officialsynwokomsɛɛre4.3Governmentkũn-sorenkind of plantdicoma tomentosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekũsgantree_spsynpampangaficus thonningii1.5.1Tree3ʋ́vdo the last touches on a workkʋ-biigaʋ̀-índeceased person's childkʋ-pogdo1ndisease_sp2.3.2Diseasekʋ-rɩtanthe person holding the place of the deceased at the day of the funeral ceremony4.1Relationshipskʋ-tabankind of plantcassia alata1.5.3Grass, herb, vineKʋdgoʋ́n.properKoudougou (big town in Burkina)4.3.1.2Citykʋɩ-gãnga wõrenkind of treecombretum adenogonium1.5.1Treekʋɩ-kʋɩ-pɛɛlgankind of fig treeficus iteophylla1.5.1Treekʋɩgen-daagankind of treecombretum adenogonium1.5.1Treekʋɩgengantree_spcombretum ghasalense ; combretum fragans1.5.1Treekʋɩɩrb kʋɩɩrbenplant_spbergia suffruticosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋɩl-kãoogonkind of treemimosa pigra1.5.1Treekʋɩl-pusankind of plantcoldenia procumbens1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋɩl-taangankind of treepericopsis laxiflora1.5.1Treekʋɩlg-bɛgdonkind of plantipomoea aquatica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋɩlgẽ dõaagankind of shrubsesbania leptocarpa1.5.2Bush, shrubkʋɩlɩɩn-tɩɩgantree_sperythrina senegalensis1.5.1Treekʋɩlʋndish made of cooked leaves and floursynyão2yão25.2Foodkʋɩnkʋɩɩgantree_spficus ingens1.5.1Treekʋɩtinlɩɩnganplant_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋkeèvplace the arms around the bowed head (expression shame or sadness)A kʋkda a zug n kelme.He places his arms around the head and weeps.kʋl-deoogo2ʋ̀-é-ònfish_spauchenoglanis occidentalis1.6.1.5Fishkʋl-kẽkaʋ̀-ánfish_spsynodontis membranaceus ou nigrita1.6.1.5Fishkʋl-moogo2nkind of plantechinochloa pyramidalis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋl-moogo1nkind of plantandropogon pinguipes1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋl-peosgonbird_sp1.6.1.2Birdkʋl-pondreʋ̀-ó-ènfish_sptetraodon lineatus1.6.1.5Fishkʋl-taagankind of treelophira lanceolata1.5.1Treekʋl-vosgrenfish_spchrysichthys maurus1.6.1.5Fishkʋl-waafo1ʋ̀-á-ónfish_spsynkʋl-sẽnemdepolypterus endlicheri1.6.1.5Fishkʋl-waafo2ʋ̀-á-ónfish_sppolypterus senegalus1.6.1.5Fishkʋl-zibriʋ̀-í-ìnliana_sppaullinia pinnata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋlen-tɩɩgantree_sperythrina senegalensis1.5.1Treekʋlg-n-bengdoʋ̀-é-ónplant_sp, water spinachipomaea reptans / aquatica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋlg-n-dõaaganplant_spsesbania leptocarpa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋlga-toɛɛgantree_spsynkaglem-toɛɛgacrateva adansonii1.5.1Treekʋlgrakɛkmanplant_sphygrophila auriculata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋlɩg-ra-kẽk-mankind of planthygrophila auriculata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋlɩg-sisãonkind of plantlippia multiflora1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋmbre waagankind of shrubhymenocardia acida1.5.2Bush, shrubkʋmbrwangaʋ̀-á-ànshrub_spcrossopteryx febriguga1.5.2Bush, shrubkʋmbryẽoogontree_spsyngõndre yẽoogoboswellia dalzielii1.5.2Bush, shrubkʋmda-yãoogonplant_spsyngondr-yẽoogoboswellia dalzielii1.5.2Bush, shrubkʋmsevcause to weepRa kʋms biigã.Don't make that the child weeps.kʋn-kʋdgankind of lizardagama agama1.6.1.3Reptilekʋnkʋɩ-pɛɛlgankind of fig treeficus iteophylla1.5.1Treekʋnkʋɩɩga2ntree_spsynkankam pɛɛlga1.5.1Treekʋnkʋɩɩga1ntree_spficus ingens1.5.1Treekʋreʋ́vmake noise by stirring in a hole, moving aroundkʋrɩb-kʋrɩbenkind of plantbergia suffruticosa ou guineensis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinekʋsaaga1á-ànKusaal speaking person4.3.1.4Communitykʋsaaga2ʋ́ndisease of new born2.3.2Diseasekʋʋre 2nnews / announcement about somebody's deathla7áinterjexpression showing satisfactionLa m nonga woto!Well yes, I like that!la5àadvindicating that something will happen soon as a consequenceF ma wat la!Look out, your mother comes!la6àinterjexpression showing surpriseẼ ! fo waame la?Oh! You came?-laápromiddle short form of the declaration mark «lame», always linked to the preceding short pronoun by a hyphenB pʋd-a-la a Tẽne.They gave him the name Tene.9Grammarlaadev.inaccbe laughingB laadame.They are laughing.lalangaà-ánfish_sp1.6.1.5Fishlalle1ánshrub_splawsonia inermis1.5.2Bush, shrublam-zʋʋdoà-ʋ́-òngrass_sp used to make brooms1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelamboeereá-énedible fruit_sp5.2Foodlamboɛtgaá-óé-ànshrub_spsynkalyãngacapparis corymbosa ; boscia senegalensis1.5.2Bush, shrublame1à-égram.partdeclaration markM ma boond-m lame.My mother calls me.9Grammarlammáadvflat on the groundA gãanda lamm.He lies flat on the ground.landreánmusic for the funeral processionlaoore1áo-ènboiled milletKa-laoore.Cooked millet.5.2Foodlarge 2á-èvput to the groundlayaá-àn.plaxesle-longonkind of plantleptadenia hastata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelebge3vit is my turn toLebga foo masã.It is your turn now.leedonplant or brew used for enemas1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelekr geel-wareexpr.operation with one unknown factor3.2Mathematicslelongoé-ònclimbing plant_spleptadenia hastata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelembur-miisgankind of lemon treecitrus aurantifolia1.5.1Treelend-lendeé-é-èadvjerky walking (while one pushes the person)lenge1 2é-èvmake to suffer in giving contradictory ordersleovto scrape out (using a tool), to scoopLeo sɩɩdo.To collect honey.leolengonplant_spleptadenia loncifoli1.5.3Grass, herb, vineleooseéo-èn.plfish-hookslepreè-énsmall basket made of strawlɛbengaɛ̀-ángrass growing again1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelɛɛganrat_sp, rat producing lots of babies1.6.1.1Mammallɛɛlaɛ́-ánfruits of tree_sp5.2Foodlɛɛngaɛ́-ànshrub_spximenia americana1.5.2Bush, shrublɛma2ɛ̀-án.plchinsli-zʋʋrenkind of plantphysalis angulata ; pysalis micrantha1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelibtuu 2advin total ignorancelidrií-ìngrass_sp (very thin)synkalidri1.5.3Grass, herb, vineligd-bẽgendem sebrensavings booksynligd-kẽgsg sebre6.8Moneyligd-vẽeneg kẽesgonpayment in cash6.8Moneyligd-yendenkind of plantcrotalaria barkae1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelilingaí-ínlocust_sp1.6.1.7Insectliuul saagankind of thin grasssynkalidri1.5.3Grass, herb, vineliuula2í-ánkind of disease attacking the children2.3.2Diseaseliuuli saagankind of plant used by birds to make their nestssporobolus festivus1.5.3Grass, herb, vineliuuli sibinkind of plantlantana rhodesiensis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelɩɩngaɩ̀-ánplant_sp of which the leaves are edible1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelɩʋʋgoɩ́ʋ-òncontainer for drawing water6.7Toolloaabga1òa-ánperson of the Lobi people4.3.1.4Communityloabdgaó-ánperson using a sling to throwlolemdeó-èvpass from one element to another in clinging onA yɩk n lolemda will a to.He is flying to cling to another branch.los-koomẽndish made with bean flour5.2Foodlugriú-ína peg beside the doorway to retain a straw doorlumesgoù-énplant_spcissus gracilis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelʋge2vdig holes in a flabby /soft mattersynwũgi1lʋke 3ʋ́-èvpester, plague by speaking endlesslylʋmsgonkind of creeping plantcayratia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelʋre2ʋ́nwild tubertacca involucrata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelʋʋdonkind of plantsolanum nigrum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinelʋʋgoʋ́-òncontainer to draw water at the well5.5Containerm kɛinterjformula said before proper nameM kɛ Isaak na n fura vẽere.Isaac will get married next ear.ma-biirià-í-ínthe fact of relationship of being of the same mother, brotherhood, sibling-hood4.1Relationshipskʋr-kʋreadvnoise from a hitting against a wallKelg yaa bõe n tar kʋr-kʋrã?Listen, what makes that noise?maan-lellenfresh and tender okra5.2Foodmaan-puugunkind of insectsynpusg-n-waag-ma21.6.1.7Insectmaanego (bũmbu)nachievement, carrying out, applicationMaangan.properManga4.3.1.2Citymak-kɛglgankind of palm treephoenix dactylifera1.5.1Treemal-bʋʋgangoat with black and white coat / fursynbʋ-lug-pɛɛla1.6.1.1Mammal6.3Animal husbandrymanege2 2àunspec. var.malgevdo well, do with caremanem-bʋʋgaà-ʋ́-ánbig Savannah goat_sp1.6.1.1Mammalmanemdedenkind of plantaloe buettneri1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemarbuuduà-únplant_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemarengaà-é-ánperson of the Marka people4.3.1.4Communitymatengaà-ánupper part of millet stalkmiiduíadjred (pl.)miinií-ìnokra kernels, grainsmilgaí-àncorn_sp, maize_sp5.2Foodminmininduck_spsynwɩɩlwɩɩladendrocygna viduata1.6.1.2Birdmo-be-nedanhostile or aggressive personsynmo-gãnd soabamo-gãnd soabaò-á ò-ánhostile or aggressive personsynmo-be-nedamo-gãndoò-á-òngrass that was left over when hoed6.2Agriculturemo-gãngankind of grass1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemo-kãamdeò-ánstraw bride (for covering roof)synmo-kãamdgamo-kãamdganstraw bride (for covering roof)synmo-kãamdemo-pabanelephant grasssynmo-faoogoandropogon gayanus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemo-poakaò-óangrass_sp used for making matssynmo-faoogo1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemo-pokonkind of grass used in basket makingsynkʋware2mo-faoogopita1andropogon gayanus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemo-puiifuò-ú-úngrain of grass that sticks at your clothesmo-pukankind of small grass1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemobne2ó-èvtry as good as one cansyngĩigikable 1mao 1mobreó-ènfabric / stuff coloured white and bluemoenegeòvgive a day's ration of food to be cooked, to dole out (the day's ration for the family)mogd tɩɩmnkind of lianamomordica charantia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemogd-tɩ-raagankind of lianamomordica balsamina1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemogdo1ò-ónliana_spmomordica charantia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemogdrzẽenganlocust_sp1.6.1.9Small animals1.6.1.7Insectmogenfoó-òntree_sp1.5.1Treemok-bĩisriò-ĩ̀-ínshrub_sppavetta crassipes1.5.2Bush, shrubmoke5vlift up the source of light to light up better synzõke2momeòvgather around and grabZõosã momda nemdo.The flies have gathered around the meat and stick to it.moo-saalankind of plantelionurus elegans1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemoogo2ndisease of ruminant animalsmoorẽ sɩgr poeesgonMuslim ceremony of giving a name to a newborn synzu-lukrimudi 1ùvbe without exit, disappear completely, be finished for everSorã wa n mudame.The way is without exit.mugdguù-ú-ùncooked flour balls that one sucks5.2Foodmugna yãbankind of treesynmugungaziziphus mauritiana1.5.1Treemugun-toogonkind of treeziziphus mucronata1.5.1Treemunu-mukankind of treegrewia mollis1.5.1Treemunuga1ú-aadjwithout openingsynmumdi 1mus-fĩinnkind of planteclipta prostrata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemuspoakanstraw prepared to make baskets1.5.3Grass, herb, vinemusummurgunman whose wife died while she was pregnantn3gram.partinfinitive morpheme put before the verbn wa; wato come, comen-faainterjexpression of approbationN-faa! woto yaa sõama.Well, that is good.synẽhẽe2n-naainterjyes, thank you, answer of a man to a greetingna1 2á, àauxfuture without doubt (without «n» following)A na wa.He will come (that is sure).na-beereándisease of the palm of the foot2.3.2Diseasena-bẽtreà-ẽ́-èndisease caused by a magical trap on which one has steeped on2.3.2Diseasena-pagb safãndenplant_spsida carpinifoliana-pagb-gõdb-naonkind of plantbiophytum umbraculum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinena-pagb-sãfãndengrass_spsynna-tũ-n-kuili1.5.3Grass, herb, vinena-pʋg-ãadgankind of treevitex diversifolia1.5.1Treena-pʋg-sɩɩganplant_spchrozophora brocchiana1.5.3Grass, herb, vinena-tu-kulinkind of planttriumfetta rhomboidea ; triumfetta cordifolia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinena-tũ-n-kuilingrass_sp whose fruits sticks at your clothessynna-pagb-sãfãndezornia glochidiata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenaab nug-raoogonlocust_sp1.6.1.7Insectnaaba3áinterjmales answer to a greeting«Ne y tʋʋmde.» «Naaba !»« Good work.» «Thank you!»naam-kablnkind of plantcassytha filiformis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenaare2 2à-éadjnot meltedKa-naare.Not melted butter.naare2 3à-éadjnot yet put into the ovenYagd-naare.Pottery not yet put into the oven.nabedgankind of shrubsynlamboeeganabre2boscia senegalensis1.5.2Bush, shrubnabre2nkind of shrubsynlamboeeganabedgaboscia senegalensis1.5.2Bush, shrubnad-nadaàadvpainfully, heavily, negligent, nonchalantWɩsg f meng n tʋm la f bas f nad-nada.Work well and stop being nonchalant.nadenga2à-ánlong shaped gun6.4Hunt and fishnag-koodsen.ploxen to labour on the field6.2Agriculturenag-lɛɛngaá-ɛ́-ánplant_spferetia agrestis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenag-zɛlmankind of plantspigelia anthelmia1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenakã-nakãnkind of plantipomea repens1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenakombseà-óndescendants of the Gambaga kingshipnanambgaà-ánpeople with a chief-like authoritynaneendon.plostrichesnankabulnliana_spcassytha filiformis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenao-beereándisease (infection between the toes)2.3.2Diseasenao-bẽtreáō-è-énincurable wound (at foot)synnao-tabdre2.3.2Diseasenao-bi-kɛmblanlittle toe2.1Bodynao-bulganfoot disease in form of wound2.3.2Diseasenao-tabdrenincurable wound (at foot)synnao-bẽtre2.3.2Diseasenao-talleáo-à-énunderneath / underside of heel2.1Bodynao-tuugunwound at the tip of the toe2.3.2Diseasenaodgoáo-ònclimbing plant_spcucurbita pepo1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenaogsgoáo-ónplant_sp used for sauce1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenaorgo2áo-ònover-abundance of a product, sales difficultiesnaorgo1áo-òndamaged place, injured place, cross drainnarbõaakangroundnut saucesyntɛgdɛg zẽedo5.2Foodnasaar arzãn-tɩɩgankind of treeparkinsonia aculeata1.5.1Treenasaar kãan-toabgankind of sisal, hemp plantagave sisalana1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenasaar kurkur-gõaagankind of plantacanthospermum hispidum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenasaar luiili sibinkind of plantlantana camara1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenasaar tã-wɩɩgankind of plantbambusa vulgaris1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenasaar-kankangankind of fig treeficus carica1.5.1Treenasaar-kiparenkind of peppercapsicum annuum5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenasaar-kʋmbrenkind of eggplantparkinsonia aculeata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenasaar-sablganAfrican person who apes / copies the Europeannasaarende 2à-ánEuropean / American manner /lifestyle /behaviournayargansweet potatosynnayũuri5.2Foodnayĩignakoalengankind of plantsynkẽkilbacassia occidentalis1.5.2Bush, shrubne-guugunplace where several grinding stones arenem-yoaranbutcher's helpernen-kãan-segankind of plantdyschoriste perrottii1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenen-noorenkind of treeozoroa insignis1.5.1Treenennedganstilt, bird_sp1.6.1.2Birdneoodgonthing used to wash dishes and pans6.7Toolnesneedoénrotten water, blackish water1.3Waterni-kãsgankind of plantdyschoriste perrottii1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenibauxdo usually, customary, habitualsynyɩbnii 2ínumforty francs CFAnin-kʋgdrensupercilious arch2.1Bodynin-nodrensty (eyelid infection)2.3.2Diseasenin-pa-nandanperson who is snobbish, disdainful, contemptuous, proudnin-puudunwhitish dirt/mass coming from the eyesnin-yilingankind of treesynvʋlgastereospermum kunthianum1.5.1Treeninsi1verb.itput several times, lay down, wearnintãm-tẽgrenscar going from the nose towards one sideno-kãbse-raagankind of plantphysalis angulata1.5.3Grass, herb, vineno-raoog kʋmbrenkind of plantsolanum incanum1.5.3Grass, herb, vineno-raoog nininkind of shrubabrus precatorius1.5.2Bush, shrubno-raoog-kʋmbre1nshrub_spsolanum incanum1.5.2Bush, shrubno-raoog-kʋmbre2nlarva of dung beetle1.6.1.9Small animalsno-toogoó-ónevil wish against somebodyno-wũundganhen brooding her eggs6.3Animal husbandry1.6.1.2Birdnoaag kaamnkind of plant o which one uses the leaves for sauce1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenoabgantree_sp, wild plum treesclerocarya birrea ; pouparia birrea1.5.1Treenod-node 1òadvin a thick and sloppily mannerA sãada nob-nobe.His excrements are thick.noeegankind of treepterocarpus erinaceus1.5.1Treenoeekantree_spsynwẽkawẽkapterocarpus erinaceus1.5.1Treenogsakunplant_spheliotropium indicum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenoke 2òvseek refuge or protection at somebody's placenonge-m-taabankind of treebaissea multiflora1.5.1Treenosakunplant_spheliotropium undulatum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenoya 1á-òn.plmouths, doors, openingsBõang a ye n mog zom tɩ pelg bõens fãa noyã.Only one donkey ate flour and it whitened the muzzles of the other donkeys. (proverb: wrongs committed by people can be harmful to innocent people because of belonging to the same group as the wrongdoers)nu-nuú-únumfive five, 5 each, 25 francs CFC for a unitKoosda nu-nu.It costs 25 francs CFA each.nudriúnanal prolapse2.3.2Diseasenug-kũndinback of handsynnug-poore2.1Bodynug-ra-yakanspace between thumb and index fingernug-tikrinsignature (operation)nug-tõaanegansmall tear of the part of skin that covers the fingernailnug-yakemdenmeasure corresponding to the distance between the thumb and the middle fingernus-a-nunkind of plantpaullinia pinnata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinenutulinsmall pimples that appear after shavingsynwarpusiNũngun.properFada N'Gourma4.3.1.2Citypa-kuiliángirl who is nubile (marriageable)pa-weereà-énact of emigrate definitively, for goodpa'áadvnoise of collision of two flat objectsA ning-a-la pɛk pa'.He gave him a slap «pong».synwa4paaboánremaining, abidingpaalem 2ánbeing recent, being at the beginningTõnd waoongã paalmẽ.At the beginning of our coming here.pabre2à-éngrass_sppakenlagemdenbig locust_sp1.6.1.7Insectpampangantree_spsynkũsgaficus thonningii1.5.1Treepaolʋàadvbright flashing lightSaagã tõe n yãgda paolʋ-paolʋ.The thunderstorm can provoke bright flashing light.pargandenshrub_spsynfarongoyibruguceltis integrifolia1.5.2Bush, shrubpargãngangrass_sp that grows around housessyntargãnga1.5.3Grass, herb, vineávmake an uproar in speaking loudlyYaa ãnd n pãad woto?Who is speaking loudly like this?pã'2áadvfull to the point of breakingPida pã'.It is full to the point of breaking.pã'1áadvnoise of hard knockingA wẽ-a-la pã'.He hit him «bang».pãa-pãaadvmanner of walking (like a duck)synyãda-yãdapãafo1ándangerously and irremediably damaged (situation)A yellã kẽe pãafo.His problem became irremediable.pãense2àvwalk energeticallypãn-paoosgonconfirmation (sacrament of the Catholic Church)pãre3ávspeak loudly and for a long timepãrpãrenplant_spdyschoriste perrottetii1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepe-neegaè-énsmall basket (kind of)5.5Containerpe-ra-nifunnon edible red bean_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepe-raoog-nifrinkind of plantcanavalia ensiformis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepeende2nkind of plantsynkãntoaabgasansevieria longiflorapek-peelle 2nvaginal dischargepelmevspeak a lot and quicklypen-zabrenpain at the lower parts (women)2.3.2Diseasepenkilgangrass-sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepeoolgo2éadjyellow, that has just been bornNo-bi-peoolgo.Chick that has just been born.pezaokoè-áoncaterpillar_sp with many feet1.6.1.9Small animalspezãongoènbig mosquito_sp1.6.1.7Insectpẽ-moaaganblack Tilapia fish1.6.1.5Fishpẽ-wɩbgaè-ɩ́nfish_sp (kind of Tilapia)1.6.1.5Fishpẽge2 2èvbear fruit on the sideKamaanã nan ka pẽg ye.The corn bears no fruit yet.pẽmpẽrgantree_sppterocarpus lucens1.5.1Treepẽooge2éo-èvbe affected by baldness, hairlessnessA zugã pẽoogame n lebg pɩlgemde.He became hairless /bald.pɛɛla1n.plheadscarves, cloth stripsPɛɛl la yolgo.The one who has cloths stripes has a sack (because he has everything it takes to make one; Proverb).pɛɛlga3nannual traditional celebrationpɛɛlga4nshrub_spsecuridaca longipedunculata1.5.2Bush, shrubpɛlga1ntree_spsecuridaca longipedunculata1.5.1Treepi-noabgankind of treeparinari curatellifolia1.5.1Treepidi4ìvput something into a circlePid bʋʋgã wĩiri.Put the string at the neck of the goat.pindu2nplant_spsynsawi-sablgastylosanthes erecta ; stylosanthes fruticosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepindu1n.plgranaries with straw roofpipìadvnoise of fallingA lʋɩɩ pip.He fell «pip».synwuppirmiìvbecome hard and unfeeling to pain, become incorrigible, unmanageablePãbrã kɩtame t'a pirim zãnga.The beating has made him unfeeling to pain.pis-naase 2num200 francs CFApis-nii 2nfour hundred francs CFApis-tã 2numhundred and fifty francs CFApis-yoobe 2í-ò-énumthree hundred francs CFApis-yopoe 2í-ò-óenumthree hundred and fifty francs CFApisi 2í-ìnum100 francs CFApita1nelephant grasssynmo-faoogomo-pokoandropogon gayanus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepitlaì-ánsmall mat at the top of the straw roofpitmaì-ángrass used to make straw mats1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepĩisi 1í-ìvhit slightly the buttock to make calm downPĩis biigã tɩ rẽ, a gũsdame.Hit slightly on the buttock of the child so that he falls asleep.synzãase 1pĩmsi 1verb.itget rid of by movements with the hand, shake off with handpĩndi 2ìvmake an effort thatPĩnd n wa koe!OK, come here!pɩgdreɩ̀-énbird_sp1.6.1.2Birdpɩgle 2ɩ̀vput diagonally, put on the sidepɩɩf-miiugunHaussa or Villier's Genetgenetta thierry1.6.1.1Mammalpoa-poa-raagankind of plantphysalis angulata ; physalis micranta1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepoaglaadvsitting position with legs turned over to one sideA gõda a naoã poagla.She is sitting bending the legs to one side.poalaòa-áadjyoung (pl.)poaloaangankind of treesynkatrpõaagastrychnos spinosapoandaòa-án.pltoadsWobd sã n zabd taaba, bɩ poanda bao zĩiga.When elephants fight, let toads slip away. (Proverb: everyone should know how to recognize the company they can have or the places they can frequent without running into danger.)poasaòadvnoise of something heavy fallingA basa a menga n lʋɩ poasa.He let himself fall to the ground «posh».poayaòa-án.plbackspoeegeóe-èvto dash, give an extra share, add, give more in distributingpoeereóe-ènfortune telling, divinationpogle2ó-èvmake a noise of lappingBõe n pogend koomẽ wã?What makes this lapping noise in the water?põaag-kʋ-rɛɛmbankind of potato1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepõaaga2òa-ánplant_sp (resembles an onion)syndãn-kalenayũuri1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepõadgaòa-ánvery young childpõanaóadvsoft manner of bowing / squatting downA taame n põond põana n beel sãanã.She came and bowed gently to welcome the visitor.synsulapõeer biyoollenspotted worm_sp1.6.1.9Small animalspõgemdeòvtake shelter in a cornerNoaagã baooda zĩig n na n põgemd a kamba.Then hen is looking for a place to shelter its chicks.põngo1ó-ónmoney used in Ghanapõosenkind of plantcrinum distichum ; crinum zeylanicum1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepõrpõreò-ó-énkind of amphibian (like a frog)1.6.1.4Amphibianpõsempõrgonshrub_spsynburumukapũmumukasterculia setigera1.5.2Bush, shrubpõsge2ṍ-èvtake away maize from its stalk, tear off maizepõyaò-án.plparalytics, cripples, lame peoplepug-sabe-daagankind de plantperistrophe paniculata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepug-sablgankind of plantdicliptera verticillata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepugi2ùvcompete with his wealth, challenge, defyFo ninga fu-kãnga n dat n pug maam.You wear that garment to challenge me.puiisi1vcause sharp pain Nodrã zabdame n puiisdẽ.The wound causes a sharp pain.puiisi2ùvwalk in a determinate mannerA kẽndame n puiisdẽ.He walks with determination.pulgumdiúnkind of sisal plant, used to make ropes1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepulimdiùnplant_spimperata cylindrica1.5.3Grass, herb, vinepulliú-ìndish made of a kind of leaves mixed with potash5.2Foodpursiùvmake a noise between the lips that shows contempt / scornRa le purs maam tɩ m na n pãb-f lame.Don't make this noise of scorn any more or I will beat you up.purssadvindicating a sudden and energetic coming outsidesynwusapusdunleaves of Indian tamarind tree1.5.1Treepusg-n-waag-ma1nkind of skin disease (caused by insect bite)synsaag bugum2.3.2Diseasepusg-n-waag-ma2nkind of beetlesynmaan-puugu1.6.1.7Insectputrpuuguù-únplant_spsynpusumpuugapusumpuugacalotropis procera1.5.2Bush, shrubpuuganswollen lymph nodes at groinsynwadre12.3.2Diseasepũmumukanshrub_spsynburumukapõsempõrgosterculia setigera1.5.2Bush, shrubpʋ-raagaʋ́-ánpart of stomach of ruminant animalspʋd sʋkavdo something half-wayA pʋda sʋk n lebge, a pa ta ye.He returned half-way, he didn't arrive there.pʋg-beoolgonCeremony happening before leading the newly wedded wife to her husbandpʋg-bilanyoung wife or girl promised for marriage2Personpʋg-kõapaʋ̀-ṍa-án.plwidows2Personpʋg-lɛmsanperson looking always for new sexual partners without being faithfulpʋg-lɛngaʋ̀-ɛ́nyounger sister of the wife4.1Relationshipspʋg-noaadanphilandering, womanisingsynpʋg-roondepʋg-raagandry woman with very small breasts2Personpʋg-rɩkdganwife one got without following the procedures of the traditional custom4.1Relationshipspʋg-roondenphilandering, womanisingsynpʋg-noaadapʋg-sademdo 1nbeing a young girl / ladypʋg-sɩʋʋd-biiganchild that has to go back to the givers / parents of his mother4.1Relationshipspʋg-sɩʋʋdganwoman given as wife and of which the first child has to be returned to its giver4.1Relationshipspʋg-sɩʋʋrenpractice consisting of giving back the first child to the givers of the motherpʋg-vɩʋʋgonnot yet married woman2Personpʋg-yaoaʋ̀-áonwife that is younger than her co-wife4.1Relationshipspʋga1 2ʋ́ninner being of a human, seat of conscienceM pʋg yaa pɛɛlga.I have a good conscience.pʋgdenga1nword used by a woman indicting the child of her brother4.1Relationshipspʋɩt-kɩnanbird_spsynkɩn-pʋɩta1.6.1.2Birdpʋɩtenlʋɩnbird_sp1.6.1.2Birdpʋkaʋ́-àntree_spsyzygium guineensepʋlemde2ʋ̀-éndiaphragm2.1Bodypʋmpʋmdenpod of kapok fruitpʋse2ʋ́n.plabdomens, bellies, tummiespʋtenlʋɩɩngaʋ́-é-ʋ́ɩ-ánbird_sp1.6.1.2BirdPʋʋgon.proper4.3.1.2Citypʋʋsem 2ngift of congratulationpʋyaʋ́-ànbellies, tummies, stomachsra-kon-bɩdgonkind of planthibiscus asper1.5.3Grass, herb, vinera-lukaà-únstick / pole knocked into the groundra-peoko2nkind of plantzanthoxylum zanthoxyloides1.5.1Treera-rooreà-ónfrequenting the marketra-sãn-boɛɛgaà-à-ɛ́-ànperson serving as intermediary between boyfriend and girlfriend2Personra-sãndeà-ánbeauty, glamour, elegance, fanciness, harmonyra-zaan-daareà-ánordinary day, day of the weekra-zũn-raoogonkind of shrubgardenia sokotensis1.5.2Bush, shrubraaàadvindicates an empty look / gazeA geta ninã raa.He looks at somebody with an empty gaze.raadengaà-ánfaithful client or trader / shopkeeper to whom you usually goraag biiga 2à-í-ánsomething to eat that one brings from the market to the children at homeraaga3 1áadjmale unproductive, barren (tree)Tɩ-raaga.Male tree.raaga3 2áadjpronounced, strongraage 2á-èvmove forward in big quantityTigsgã saame tɩ zãmã wã raag n kẽed raagã.The meeting is over and the crowd goes to the market.raase1á-èvturn into derision, stupid, silly, make a fool of, ridiculeMam gomdame t'a raasd maam.I spoke and he turns it into derision.rab-naasẽá-éadvfour days agorab-piilẽnten days agorab-raagankind of plantalysicarpus ovalifolius1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerab-wɛɛlẽá-ẽ́advnine day agorab-yopoɛɛlẽnseven days agorabgonkind of plantalysicarpus glumaceus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerabɩʋngonsmall drum for childrensynbeombeongo4.2Musical instrumentrabo-kɩkanhereditary malformation of sexual organs of a woman2.3.2Diseaserabo-willià-ínfodder plant_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerabse 2á-èvto get along, find one's feet, try to solve a problemrag 2rag ... ẽgram.partindicates the unreal or a supposition / hypothesisM sã n dag n bãngẽ, m ka watẽ ye.If I had known, I wouldn't have come.9Grammarragende 1à-éncooking, art of cooking dishes / foodrakaokoà-áo-ònfish_spheterotis niloticus1.6.1.5Fishrakõ-noeedrenkind of plantalternanthera pungens1.5.3Grass, herb, vineralseverb.itto pour (many instances)synraase2rambresuganshrub_spsynsũbragãagagardenia ternifoliaraobgoánsnake_sprhamphiophis oxyrhynchus1.6.1.3Reptileraodgo2áo-ònrope-bridge, consisting of a rope attached on both shores to get people acrossraolgoào-óadjthick without valueraoolem 2ào-énbeing virile. machoF tʋmame, raoolem la woto!You work (hard), that is virility!synraoorerapoorenspace behind the houserare3nbig water surfaceKo-rare.Big water surface.rasmã noorãexpr.these daysMam ka le yãt-a rasmã noor ye.I don't see him any more these days.rã-noodoá-ónnot fermented millet beerrã-yirincompound where they prepare beerrã-zãndenshed under which one sells beerrãam do-bilanrefreshment area, small booth selling drinks 6.5Buildingrãam doogonsmall restaurant6.5Buildingrãmbr-kʋkanplant_spsynzãndr-kʋka1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerãmbrzũuganshrub_spgardenia ternifoliarãndganshrub_spcombretum micranthum, glutinosum1.5.2Bush, shrubreegre 3éntaking something backreegre 4énsinging a refrainreegre 2éntaking a thing givenreendontime during engagement, betrothalsynpʋg-beolengoreese1 2é-èvtake back several thingsreese1 4é-èvtake on a song in a repetitive wayreese1 3é-èvaccept several thingsreesgonrepeating a refrainYɩɩn-kʋdg ka be reesg ye.For an old song, you don't have to teach people the repetition of the refrain. Proverb, meaning: A well known situations doesn't need long explications)rendgeèvbe invaded, be full of a stagnant liquidKʋlgã rendga ne koom.The river is full of stagnant water.resge 2èvcut the bias, cut the separationsrẽndẽnegaè-é-ànsmall tattoo on the cheekrɛngaɛ̀-ánshaft of ladleri-paonplant_spsynkinkirs wũmblatinnea barteri1.5.3Grass, herb, vineribga2 1nrod of a spear7ɩ̀vput yourself under the protection of a charm / magic or sectrɩgaadvhard in touchingA pʋgã weoogame n lebg rɩga.His tummy contracted and became hard.rɩke1 4ɩ́-èvfirst verb put in front of a verb that can take two complement objectsRa rɩk f meng n mak ne a Zã ye. (Ra mak f meng ne a Zã ye).Don't compare yourself with John.rɩlge 2ɩ̀vmake to eat food or an antidote to annihilate magic powersrɩlge 3ɩ̀vput money on an accountRɩlg kõnte.Put money on an account.rɩtenga2ɩ̀-ánwho eats a lotroagengaónanimal that just gave birthBʋ-roagenga.Goat that just gave birth.roalganby-product in making beerroayaóa-àn.plsticksrokr geelgonprofit accounting, surplus profit, calculation of profitsynyõod geelgo3.2Mathematicsroore1ó-èna thin stick with a hock at one end used as an armrõ-pekonkind of treefagara xanthoxyloides1.5.1Treerõandõaagantree_spsyndõsendõaagaalbizia chevalieri1.5.1Treerõbrenplant_sp that grows particularly on termite hills1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerõmbreò-ènkind of heavy ring that one wears on the leg5.4Adornmentrõondeónbird_sp1.6.1.2Birdrõose2òvtake away portions of dough and make small heaps of itPagã rõosa samsa.The woman makes small heaps for making doughnuts.rõose6ò-én.pldawadawa (pl.)rõosentillinflower of dawadawa treerõsendõaagankind of tree similar with the dawadawa tree1.5.1Treerudumdiúngrass_sp growing in the shallows / valleys used for basket workvetiveria nigritana1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerudununkind of grassvetiveria nigritana1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerugsi 1ú-ìvto make sb. swim, help to cross by swimmingKoomã pida kʋlgã tɩ b rugs tõndo.The water filled the river and they helped us to get across.ruku2ú-ùnbolt of clothrulg-lelemdenflower_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vineruudga2ú-ànsmall can / tin used to rasp cola nutsGʋ-ruudga.Cola nut grater.6.7Toolrũm-kuriùadvon naked kneesA yĩga rũm-kuri.He is on his naked knees.rũm-n-kaoog-sɛɛganwasp_sp of which the sting is very painful1.6.1.7Insectrũmi 2ũ̀vhaving a feeling of being bittenA naoorã yik n dũma kɩb-kɩbe.His leg is hurting like it got a sting.rũmpiglaù-ánsmall honey-fly1.6.1.7Insectrũmrũmbinplant_sp with strong odoursynsũmwaagahyptis spicigera1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerũng-rũng-yãangankind of planthyptis suaveolens1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerũng-rũnginkind of planthyptis spicigera1.5.3Grass, herb, vinerũngi 1ú-ìvtighten a cloth around the chestsynmoke1moke1rũngi 2ú-ìvcarry or put on the back with a cloth and tighten it on the chest levelReeg fuug n dũng biigã.Take a cloth and tighten the child on your back (to carry him).rʋlaadvstock-still, motionless, blandlyA zĩi rʋla.He is sitting stock-still.rʋlgevmake big eyesBiigã rʋlga a ninã n get wobgo.The child makes big eyes in watching the elephant.rʋmsevwork hard or behave in a way to become the preferredrʋʋdre1ʋ́-énstomach-ache accompanied with diarrhoea2.3.2Diseasesa-ko-magdgaà-ò-á-áninstrument for measuring rainfallsa-ko-zeongonquantity of rainfall (measuring)1.1Weathersa-kõrenworn out broom, reduced to bare blades of grass6.7Toolsa-kʋreà-ʋ́-ènspell that magically reorientates the way of the lightningsa-paoore1à-ándryness, rains stop too early at the end of the rainy seasonsa-paoore2à-ánnot enough rain because it stopped too earlysa-puglaá-ú-ánbroom that is still in good condition used for indoor sweepingsa-sikanseason of frequent rains (August), rainy seasonantsɩpaolgosaag bĩnduá-í-únmushroom_sp growing after rain1.5.4Moss, fungus, algaesaag bugumá-únskin disease / irritationsynpusg-n-waag-ma1saag noabgaá-ó-ànshrub_spcommiphora africana1.5.1Treesaag pag a mina-minankind of red insecttrombidium tinctorium1.6.1.7Insectsaalem1 1nslippery / glutinous stuff, that is used to make slimyMaan-zom yaa saalem sẽn tõe n tall n salg mui zẽedo.The powder of okra can make the sauce for the rice slimy.saasgaànsmall flat stone used to polish the floor of houses6.7Toolsabelle 2á-éadjblack speaking of an objectsabgeá-èvadding on top, one into the otherrũngrũnginplant_sp with strong odoursynsũmwaagahyptis spicigera1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesaaga3nkind of plantschoenefeldia gracilis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesag-maà-ánporridge put on the bottom of the dish5.2Foodsag-muugaà-u-ánporridge made as a big chunk5.2Foodsag-rɩ-n-kɛɛsganremaining porridgesag-saangandiluted porridge, porridge with added watersag-wãreà-énporridge that is cooled or that is remaining from the day beforesag-yellenkind of thorn wit three sharp endssagevput together by putting one into the otherSag wamã taaba.Put the calabashes one into the other.sakʋɩsablganplant_spstylosanthes erectasal-gendeà-énplant_spcienfuegosia digitata ; cienfuegosia heteroclada1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesalg nangurinkind of plant of which the grains are used as ingredientmonodora myristica1.5.1Tree5.2Foodsalg nangurumdinkind of ground-nut, with a strong fregnantmyristicasalme 3á-èvprovoke a shiver /quivering or a nasty feelingsamand-naabanelder responsible for liaison between a chief and his visitors, chamberlainsanenvũà-únfrontal muscle, fontanelle2.1Bodysanoabganshrub_spcommiphora africana1.5.2Bush, shrubsanrinkind of planttephrosia bracteolata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesanri-daagankind of planttephrosia pedicellata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesao3àoadvnoise of footstepsMam wʋmame t'a kẽn sao.I hear him walk with a noise of footsteps.sapaol-wargafirst hoeing when the soil is still drysynwubs-warga6.2Agriculturesawi-pɛɛlganplant_spsyngõm-tiidgadicoma tomentosa1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesawi-sablganplant_spsynpindu2stylosanthes erecta1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesãamba 1àngirl at her birth (she will get married somewhere else) sãan-zõaagansmall fly in blue metallic colour1.6.1.7Insectsãb-tulgantree_splannea barteri, lannea acida1.5.1Treesãbga2ndiuretic, stomach-ache accompanied by skin problemssynsãb-bindu2.3.2Diseasesãbsgaadjsharp or not slimy (speaking of sauce)synzãgsengasãbtolgoà-óncharms that people place at the fields to protect the harvest against theftsãkandrenmanner of speaking inside out, backwards, the wrong way roundMi tiir n wʋmd sãkãndre.If you are aware of a situation, you can understand things unsaid. (Proverb)sãmogemdenSamo languagesãmogoà-ó-ònSamo people4.3.1.4Communitysãn-gãngankind of plant used to make arrows1.5.3Grass, herb, vineSãnematẽngan.properKaya4.3.1.2Citysãnensãagaàngrass_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesãnenkolootoncaterpillar living in a cocoon1.6.1.9Small animalssãngaagaà-à-ángrass_sp1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesãnkarenbeetle larva1.6.1.9Small animalssãnkõnanshrub_sphoslundia opposita1.5.2Bush, shrubsãnsãeedganshrub_spsynzãbnegazãmnengaacacia macrostachya1.5.2Bush, shrubsãnteereà-énAshanti language spoken in Ghanasãraà-ánBranch of Mossi people living in the area of Kougpela4.3.1.4Communitysãre2à-éndialect of Moore spoken by the people living in the area of Kougpelasãrgevopen or close by sliding / gliding, strangle with a slipknotA sãrga a baagã kokor ne wĩiri.He strangled the dog with a string.sãyyàadvnoise f objects that fall and scatterA ligdã rʋʋga sãyy.His money fell to the ground and scattered.se-gãndeè-á-ènkind of leather belt in which one embeds charms / spells / magicse-rʋk kõbrenspot where the backbone and the bone of the pelvis meetsynzãnkũngu2.1Bodyseelgonsalty ground that animals like to licksynlɛlga1.2Landseem1èénkernel of wild plumb tree (noabre)sclerocarya birreaseeseén.plbottoms, buttocksseodgoèo-óadjwith an abrupt slopeGũus-y tɩ kʋɩlgã noor yaa seodgo.Be careful because the river edge has a abrupt slope.synsiugdgusese1èvdrink too muchA sesa rãam.He drunk too much beer.sẽ4 2advconcerningsẽenegonkind of plantbrachystelma bingeri1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesẽereé-ènkind of violent leper2.3.2Diseasesẽgdreneveryday clothes / apron that one wears for working5.3Clothingsẽm-sẽmadvlooking for or poking about everywhereA tara sẽm-sẽm n baood a ligdã.He is looking everywhere to find his money.sẽmeèvgo in all directions, not hold in one locationRũmsã sẽmd n baooda koom.The animals go everywhere searching for water.sẽn ... ningagram.partthe ... thatFo sẽn da weef ningã yaa toog wʋsgo.The bike that you bought is too expensive.sẽnegonkind of treesynsa-pãrgaentada africana1.5.1Treesẽnemdeé-énkind of multicoloured lizard with shiny skinmabouya perrotetii1.6.1.3Reptilesẽnesemènplace of sewingFuugã sẽnesem yidgame.The The stitches of the sewing got loose.sẽobsdoèo-ónthread / yarn / fibre taken from dawadawa podsPagã sẽe a wamdã ne sẽobsdo.The woman sews her calabash with a fibre of dawadawa pods.sẽonegoèo-ónedible wild tuber5.2Food1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesẽoogã kaoos n sɩngameexpr.late arrival of the rainy season1.1Weathersẽoogo2éo-ónsmall cloths to carry a child on the back5.3Clothingsẽooseèovmaking a sucking noise of contempt with your mouthsẽsmeèvclose again without being healed (wound)A nugã nodr sẽsmame n lebg n wũnusdẽ.His wound at the hand closed again and got infected.sɛɛga4nshrub_spburkea africana1.5.2Bush, shrubsɛg-yalankind of plant with thornssynsɩlg na-yẽega1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesɛsgaɛ́npuffing, panting, gasping for breathsɛyaɛ́-àn.plgrass cutterssibri2ì-ínkernel of wild grape treesidddìadvfeeling of quivering / shivering / thrilling / shudderingMam yĩisã fãa yɩɩ siddd.My whole body is shuddering.sigsií-ìvcause several things to get downsilmi safãndenkind of plantzornia glochidiata1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesilmi-tab-rʋkonplant_spacalypha segetalis1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesilmiirindiì-í-ínFulfulde languagesiraìadvgrouped together, meeting togetherB gũma taab n zĩ sira.They met together and sat in together.2ívput abundantly in one single placesĩini1ìvmake flow in a thin streamSĩin-m koomã tɩ m pek m nugã.Pour the water in a thin stream that I can wash my hands.sĩm-bilansmall container made of clay5.5Containersĩntogreínbig clay container for keeping water5.5Containersɩ-zũurinwhite worm in honey1.6.1.9Small animalsSɩan.properBobo-Dioulasso4.3.1.2Citysɩbg-põorenkind of plant1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesɩdem-sɩdemadvgenuinely, from / reliable source, surelyYaa gom sɩdem-sɩdem.This words are from reliable sources.sɩgaɩ́advin a preoccupied manner, without movingM zĩnda ne bãadã sɩga.I sat with the sick person in a preoccupied manner.sɩgdre1ɩ́nshrub_sp of which people use the branches to brush their teethpseudocedrela kotschyi1.5.2Bush, shrubsɩl-faoogoɩ̀-áonbird_sp1.6.1.2Birdsɩl-koatgankind of shrubcapparis sepiaria1.5.2Bush, shrubsɩlogonkind of shrubcadaba farinosa1.5.2Bush, shrubsɩlg na-yẽegaɩ̀-ánplant_sp having sharp thorns like a hawksynsɛg-yala1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesɩl-yĩngrinkind of planttribulus terrestris1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesɩlsakankind of treeceltis integrifolia ; celtis toka1.5.1Treesɩndgevget on your toesA sɩndgdame n gese.He gets on his toes to look.sɩraɩ́advwithout a wordsɩʋ 1ɩ́vgive a daughter to be married with the obligation to the one who marries her to give the first child back to youso-pɩʋʋgoó-ònroad that is crossingso-tũudaónblack beetle_sp1.6.1.7Insectsoaba 3ò-án-thPiig soaba, koabg soaba.The tenth, the hundredth.soaglenganjar without bottom serving as a filter5.5Containersoaba 2ò-ánperson concerned, the one who / whichPoorẽ soabã.The last.soam-bũndunplant_spevolvulus alsinoides1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesoangankind of pickaxe made to dig or cut shrubs6.7Toolsoarbanhorse with white feet and white forehead1.6.1.1Mammal6.3Animal husbandrysogboó-ònpoundingsogendaaganshrub_sp1.5.2Bush, shrubsoglg bilanconjunction of coordinationsynyõgneg bila9Grammarsogse1 1verb.itask, question several timessogse1 2verb.itundo the buttons, hookssokrgomdeninterrogative sentencesyngom-soakdga9Grammarsolle1ò-éncalabash of lengthy shape with an opening in which one stores small items 5.5Containersolme2òvgo from one branch to the othersoom-piigaó-ànplant_spcymbopogon schoenanthus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesoomkõogoónshrub_sp with sweet fruitsgrewia sp.soompiiganplant_spsporobolus pyramidialis; cymbopogon schoenanthus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesõansganplant_spcochlospermum tinctorium1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesankonenplant_spsynwãamb-kiparehoslundia opposita1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesõasga2 2ṍ-ànevening greeting or second greeting in the day«Ne y sõasga.»«Hello (to you who are talking).»sõasga3nsmall frog_sp, tree frog1.6.1.4Amphibiansõasga1nplant_sp with yellow flourscochlospermum tinctoriumsõm-buudunkind of plantsyntãng-buuduevolvulus alsinoides1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesõm-pĩigankind of plantcymbopogon proximus1.5.3Grass, herb, vinesõngo-sõng-nenkind of plant