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eachkamádetevery, eachNed kam fãa.Everyone.
each onened kaméneverybody, each oneNed kam fãa maanda a tʋʋmde.Everybody does his work.synãnkamãnkamneveryone, everybody, each onesynned fãaned kam
each othertaaba1proeach other, one another, mutual, reciprocalTõnd sõngda taaba.We help each other.
each personned kam fãaexpr.everybody, each one, each person, everyoneWaaf yeelame tɩ ned kam fãa zomb a sẽn kõn lʋɩẽ.The serpent says that everyone should sit where they will not fall. (Proverb: avoid places where the danger is obvious)
eagerlybur-buri1adveagerlyb sẽn wʋm a bãagã b yɩɩ bur-bur n na n wa gese
eagle (bateleur)
eagle (Bateleur)pa-nand-tugriá-únBateleur eagleterathopius ecaudatus1.6.1.2Bird
eagle_sptugriú-ìneagle_sp able to carry away small ruminants1.6.1.2Bird
eagle-owlvĩuungunspotted eagle-owlsynsɩlsukububo africanus1.6.1.2Birdviuug-n-di-soaambanmilky eagle-owlsynsɩlsukububo lacteus1.6.1.2Birdsɩlsukuɩ̀nspotted eagle-owlsynviuug-n-di-soaambaviuuguvĩuungububo africanus
earzugu1 3ú-ùneartʋbreʋ̀-énearTʋbr mi yaab, la nif ka mu yaab ye.The ear knows the grandfather (or the grandmother) but the eye does not know him / her. Proverb: the only way to know the grandparent is to question the history)2.1Body
ear drum, tympanic membranetʋbr yaabaʋ̀ á-ánear drum, tympanic membrane2.1Body
ear emergencewekrenear emergence6.2Agriculture
ear infectiontʋb-zabrenotitis, ear infection2.3.2Disease
earlierkʋdgo 2ʋ́adjprevious, earlier, former, firstA leba a sɩd-kʋdgẽ wã.She returned to her former husband.rẽengaéadjfirst, primary, prime, previous to, be earlier, early, premature, earlier, preceding, formerBʋd-rẽengã ki wã zoe n yiime.The millet they have planted first has already come out.
earlier (being)rẽenem2énbeing earlier, pre-dating, preceding, firstSõd-kãng sẽn yɩ dẽenem soabã zĩnda Burkĩna.That was the first census / inventory / registration in Burkina.
earlypĩnda 2ĩ̀-áadvearly A yika yibeoog pĩnda n bool a tʋntʋmdbã fãa.He got up early in the morning and called all his workers.rẽengaéadjfirst, primary, prime, previous to, be earlier, early, premature, earlier, preceding, formerBʋd-rẽengã ki wã zoe n yiime.The millet they have planted first has already come out.
early arrival of the rainy seasonsẽoogã tiig n sɩngameexpr.early arrival of the rainy season 1.1Weather
early end (to the season)sẽoogã tiig n saameexpr.early end (to the season)1.1Weather
early in the morningtõd-beoogoõ̀-énearly in the morning, dawnYaa tõd beoogo.It is early in the morning.yagdreá-éadvearly in the morningA sãda yagdr n tʋg sore.He got up early in the morning and went on a journey.yibeo-maasganearly in the morningA sãda yibeo-maasga.He got up early in the morning.synyibeo-mugriyibeo-mugrinearly in the morningsynyibeo-maasga
early rainssigriínbeginning of the rainy season, early rainsSẽn be n kõr sigri.This is what we give at the rainy season. (Proverb: everyone must live, do things within their means.)1.1Weather
earringtʋb-longoʋ̀-ónearring
earthtẽnga2énearth, globe, world, earthly1.2Land
earth / mud clumptãongoáonearth / mud clump1.2Land
earth / mud clumps
earth moundvũka1 1na heap, earth moundA loba vũk n sel nayũyã.He made a earth mound and plants sweet potatoes.synbẽes-bokogɩla2wãg-nooregɩla2nearth moundsynvũka1 1