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waddlegɛla-gɛlaadvwaddlea kẽnda gɛla-gɛla wa lade.
waddlingyoanda-yoandaòadvwaddling, toddling, shambleA zoeta yoanda-yoanda.she runs waddling.gẽe-gẽeadvheavily and waddling under the weight ofbõe la a tʋk n kẽnd gẽe-gẽe woto?
waglɛge2ɛ́vwag, waggle, moveZĩifã lɛgda a zʋʋrã.The fish wags his tail.
wag sth.mene1évwag sth. (e.g. its tail), stir, waggle, wiggle, swish, to waveBaagã menda a zʋʋre.The dog waggles his tail.
wagetʋʋmd yaoodonsalary, wage6.8Moneykiuug yaoodoí áo-ònsalary, wage6.8Money
wage-earningtar yaoodoexpr.wage-earning, salaried
wagesyaoodo 1áo-ònsalary, pay, wagesKiuug yaoodo.Monthly salary.
wagglezʋgeʋ́vstir, wag, waggle, moveBaagã zʋʋr zʋgdame.The tail of the dog is waggling.lɛge2ɛ́vwag, waggle, moveZĩifã lɛgda a zʋʋrã.The fish wags his tail.
waggle (tail)mene1évwag sth. (e.g. its tail), stir, waggle, wiggle, swish, to waveBaagã menda a zʋʋre.The dog waggles his tail.
wagontẽr-roogonwagon, carriage, carsyntẽr ro-bila7.1Traveltẽr ro-bilanwagon, coachsyntẽr-roogo7.1Travel
wailwõose1ó-èvto groan, whine, moan, wailA yĩns n wɩng t'a gãe n wõosdẽ.His body is heating and he lies down groaning.synkũsi1õoseũusi
wailingkʋmkʋmaʋ́-ʋ́ncrying, lamentations, lament, wailing
waistvaado1áncrop residues, last-year's stalks, dead weeds, thrash, waist, rubbish, rubble, leftovers of cleaning a field to prepare for sowingA rat n yõoga vaadã yaool n sɩng bʋdbo.He wants to burn the rubbish and then start sowing.6.2Agriculturesɛɛga1 1ɛ́unspec. var.seaaganloins, waist, lower back, lumbar region2.1Body
waistcoattãmpĩir-lobg-m-sĩncardigan, waistcoat, vest5.3Clothing
wait1ũ̀vwaitmaag f mengaexpr.to wait, be patientgẽege1é-èvaim at, watch, wait, hopeDao wã gẽegda sõama n yaool n tã.The man aims at his target and then he shoots.
wait a bityõomdeòvwait a bit, to wait small, wait a littleYõomd-y bilf t'a na n waa mas-masã.Wait a bit, he will come soon.
wait a littleyõomdeòvwait a bit, to wait small, wait a littleYõomd-y bilf t'a na n waa mas-masã.Wait a bit, he will come soon.
waiterrɩ-pʋɩtanwaiter, waitress6.1Worker
waitinggũubunwaiting
waitressrɩ-pʋɩtanwaiter, waitress6.1Worker
wake upnekeèvwake up, reanimate, reviveA gũsame n neke.He slept and woke up.yẽege2 2èvto wake up, become awake, bright, aroused, become alertBaagã kamb nan ka yẽeg n ta rɩkr ye.The puppies are not enough awake to be given away.
wakefulnessyẽesemènalertness, being awaken, being bright, being smart, enlightenment, wakefulnessA yẽesem ka waooge.He is not very bright.Ligd baooda ne zolemd n dɩ ne yẽesem.Proverb: One makes himself a fool to get money, but one has to spend it with wisdom.
walkgõaaga1ónpromenade, journey, walk, tripsyngõobogõodem 1kẽne 1ẽ́vto walkPagã kẽndame.The woman is walking.gõodem 1õ̀-énstroll, journey, walk, tripa yii gõodem n na n ka lebg ye.syngõaaga1gõoboyamleo-gõore6.4Hunt and fish
walk acrosspãrge2á-èvwalk across (field), go across, get across, traverse, cross overA pãrgda mam pʋʋgã.He walks across my field.pasge 2vwalk across, go across, cross over, get overA pasga sorã.He crossed the road.
walk aroundõ̀vwalk around, stroll, to travel, go for a walk, roambiigã gõoda wʋsgo.sa2ávwalk around, tramp, mooch around, saunter, ramble, errBõe la fo saad n baoodẽ?What are you looking for mooching around?gilgií-ìvto turn, go around, walk around, to surroundB gilgda doogã noor a tã.Three times they go around the house.synvilimdiyilmi