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kaolingooreò-énkaolin, quicklime (painting), chalksynlakrɛ
kapok treevaookaó-ánkapok treesynvaaka1.5.1Treegʋngaʋ̀-áncotton tree, kapok treeceiba pentandra1.5.1Tree
kapok tree fruit pulpgʋmdonkapok tree fruit pulpceiba pentandra1.5.5Parts of a plant
kebabtui-raoogoùi-áo-ónkebab, skewersynsɛnsɛngasɛnsɛngaɛ̀-ɛ̀-ánkebab, skewersyntui-raoogo5.2Food
keepbĩngi1ĩ̀vput in a save place, put aside to keep it, to save, to put down, store, to keep, depositNug pa bĩngi a pa rɩkd ye. / Nug sẽn bĩng n dɩkde.The hand takes only what it has deposited. / We only take what we have deposited. (Proverb: We must save so that we can meet the obligations that will come our way at any moment.)
keep an eye ongũusiũ̀vto pay attention, keep an eye on, watch over, to notice, to look afterGũus f menga.Watch yourself.2ũ̀vkeep an eye on, guard, watch overBaagã gũuda zaka.The dog guards the housekiblií-ìvkeep under observation, pay attention, control, keep an eye on, to watch sth., observeKibl biigã.Keep an eye on the child.
keep backgɩdge 2ɩ̀vkeep back, forbid, disallow, oppose, deprive, prohibitãyn n gɩdgd-y tɩ y ra yi kãadem ne taaba?paalge 1á-èvkeep back, maintain, hold backB paalg-a-la logtor-yiri.They kept him in the hospital.gõogeòvkeep back, hold back, hinder prevent from continuing, impede, to restraingõog biigã n kõ-ma.
keep for oneselftalle1 1àvkeep for oneself, appropriate, to hold on to, get hold ofTall tɩ m kõ-f lame.Keep it for I have given it to you.
keep in mindbĩng yamẽvhold, keep in mind
keep rightkẽng neng peemdeexpr.keep right 7.2 road signs
keep somebody companypake5á-èvkeep somebody company, to be at, to be present at, accompanyB pak-a lame.They keep him company.
keep watch oversõs tɩ beoog vẽege 2expr.to keep watch over, look after
kepipugla1ù-áncap, hat, beret, kepisynfaglafãgla5.3Clothing
kerneltɩɩg biig pʋgẽ biiganstone, pit, kernel
kerosenepetrolleè-ó-ènpetroleum, kerosenesynbug-koomkarenzĩkarenzĩà-ínpetroleum, kerosenesynbug-koompetrollebug-koomnkerosene, petroleumsynkarenzĩpetrolle
key sentencegom-tikaó-í-ànkey sentence
keyskʋlem biisinkeys
kicknao-peelleáo-è-énkicktão2ã̀vto shoot (gun, bow), kick, draw a bowA tãoo liuula ne bug-raoogo.He shot a bird with a gun.6.4Hunt and fishtãoodav.inacckickPondr beem yaa beem zaalga, a pa tãoode, a pa rũmdi.Contempt for the toad is gratuitous contempt, it doesn't kick, it doesn't bite either. (Proverb: one should not harm any person or being who is helpless, peaceful or who is vulnerable and who could not cause harm to anyone.)
kickerskur-koɛɛganpants, knickers, panties5.3Clothing
kidyãaga1ã́-ànbrat, tiny tot, child, kid, bratRa-koɛɛg ka yãag ye.A short man is not a child (proverb).bullaù-ánkid6.3Animal husbandry
kidneyyaam-bilaà-ínkidneysynyiimdi2.1Bodyyiimdiínkidneysynyaam-bila2.1Body
kill1ʋ́vkill, slaughterA kʋʋ rũngã.He killed the mosquito.
killerkʋʋdankillerYãag-yãg kʋʋda kɩɩg tɩ bugum kae n sẽed ye.Too much haste kills the palm rat, but there will be no fire to grill. (Proverb: we can seize a great occasion / windfall without it being useful to us because certain conditions will not be met.)nin-kʋʋdankiller, assassin, homicide, criminal, murderer