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rabbitsoaambaó-ànrabbit, haresynyir-soambalepus whytei ; lepus capensis zechi; lepus togolensis1.6.1.1Mammal6.3Animal husbandryyir-soambanrabbitsynsoaamba
rabbit hutchpõaka2nrabbit hutch6.3Animal husbandry
rabiesba-gãeemdoà-ã́-ónrabies2.3.2Disease
racekursiú-ìnrace, racing, runningWed kursi.Bike racing.reng-renge2è-énrace, competitionwuri2ùvrush, race, go precipitately (of a crowd)Nebã wurdame n dat n kẽ.The people rush wanting to get in.zoeese 1ónrunning, raceB sɩnga zoeesã.They started the race.buudu 2únkind, race, breed, varietyzoɛɛga 1óɛna race, runningB sɩnga zoɛɛgã.They started the race.tĩigaí-àna race, speed, distracted running, liveliness
radiatebẽeseè-évradiate, extend over
radio programradiyo wã koeeseexpr.radio program 3Language and thought
radio setkogl-goamdganradio set
radiusreyõnradius, shelf, raygʋll yaad-bɛkanradius3.2Mathematics
raftrare2à-énraft, boat, small vessel made of a tree stem or sticks
ragwẽdeévbully, mob, ragTõnd naaga taab n bao ligd t'a wẽd maam n tall zãngaWe earned some money together but he bullied me and kept all for himself.zuraùadvshred, rag, scrap, in state of decompositionA fuugã pãrsame n lebg zura.His clothes are torn and became rags.kʋɩdga2ʋ́nrag of clothNed kam fãa zãms zu-kʋr tʋkre, tɩ ka zĩis fãa n tar kʋɩds ye.Proverb: Everybody should learn to carry a load without a cushion because you might find places where there is no cushion.kʋdgaʋ́unspec. var.kʋɩdga1nrag
rags (become)zagse1 1á-èvbecome rags, tatters, old and tornA futã kiime n zags zãnga.His clothes became old and torn.
railway level crossing without barrier aheadtẽr so-yɛk sẽn ka pagdgaexpr.railway level crossing without gate or barrier ahead 7.2 road signs
rainsaaga2 1á-ánrain, precipitation, weather
rain (sudden)sa-lukaà-únsudden rain1.1Weather1.3Water
rain (to)ni1 1ívto rainSaagã niidame.It rains.
rain lightlykidgivrain lightlysynkarse2
rain showersalukanrain shower, quick heavy rain that doesn't last1.1Weather1.3Water
rain slightlykarse2vrain lightly, fine rainSaagã karsdame bala.It is raining only slightly. synkidgikiigiminisi
rainfallsa-niirià-í-ínrainfall1.1Weather1.3Water
rainingniidav.inaccrainingSaag niida yaare, la koom zoeta neng-nenga.It rains randomly but the water is flowing in a given direction. (A proverb saying: abundance and opportunity do not benefit everyone but always the same people.)
raisewubi 2úvrear, raise, nurture, breed, feed, fatten upA wuba a rũmsã tɩ b lebg bɛda.He feeds his animals that they become fat.zẽke1é-èvlift up, raise, move up, take up, grow, get taller, magnify sth.A zẽka kugrã.He raised the stone.yiki 1ìvget up, raise, move up, ariseYik n yals yĩngri!Stand up!fɩɩre2ɩ́-ènincrease, raise, augmentationbugi1 2úvrear, raiserʋʋse1 1ʋ́-èvto lift up, raise, cause to go up / climb up, cause to mite (animal)B loee nag-yãangã n na n rʋʋs-a ne loalga.They tied the cow and bring a bull to mate her.wubi 1úveducate (children, animals), bring up, to raiseA kẽnga tẽng ning b sẽn dag n wub-a wã.He went to the town where he had been brought up.