Browse Nafaanra - English
blɛklobachelorBlɛklo wre fna mbe u yɛ shie leŋge haa.The bachelor should give attention to getting married.
blɛkpɔɔlionBlɛkpɔɔ pe yurɔ ŋmba uu wa nyaa.The lion is an animal who lives in the bush.
blɛlɛmold ageKwame blɛlɛmu nyjila wra u pɔ chlɔ se.Kwame gave birth to his daughter at his old age.
blɛlɔɔold manBlɛlɔɔ wre mbuura chin titi.The old man knows stories well.
blɛmbraveryBlɔ wre na u blɛm nyina leele pre na.The man demonstrated his bravery before the people.
blɛmkuɔncircumcisionBlɛmkuɔn pe Israel leele paala.The Israelites perform circumcision by custom.
blɛnyiIf a mans semen pours on him he should wash completely.Na blɔ blɛnyi waa wo u pan, ki fna mbe u weli poŋgo.
bliscreamingE sisam yire ndra na, jiin ee na jiin mbra bli eyɛ nu.Because of your sin you will be squirming and screaming.
blospringNyumu n wa blo kre nu.There is no water in the spring.
bloŋgodustBloŋgo wa ndoo kre nu titi.There is too much dust in the place.
blɔ1manBlɔ wre na u chɔ sɛ see.The man and his wife have gone to farm.2treePe blɔ naŋgrɔ leni pitoo nu.The bark of this tree is used in brewing pitoo.
blɔblɔsmall lizardBlɔblɔ wre fulo mboo kre na u n pe cheche mu e ŋga.The small wall lizard crawls on the wall and is unclean for us.
blɔfunmarried womanPe paaranyinaa we jaa mu shɔɔ yili chlɔ tɛtiɛrɔɔ, blɔfun nyutnamfun kɛɛ.Their instruction will be able to save you from the adulterous woman, the hands of the married woman who talks sweetly.
bluswimKofi blu mu lɔɔ kre kun.Kofi swam across the river.
bnimi1morningKofi yaa; ki tia u n sɛ sukuu aŋga bnimi.Kofi is sick; so he could not go to school this morning.2brainsBlɔ wre bnimi kla.The man's brains are spoiled.
bniŋgestirring stickAma bniŋge kre kwari; ki fna mbe u fɔŋgɔ lɔ mbe sro pe.Ama`s stirring stick is broken; so she needs to buy a new one to prepare food.
bnɔhornBlɔ wre bnɔ fɔ mu chin titi.The man really knows how to blow a horn.
bokitibucketNyumuu wa bokiti kre nu.There is water in the bucket.
bonyaakindBlɔ wre pe bonyaafun.The man is a kind person.
boŋgrɛgroundnutsKofi boŋgrɛ ta ala.Kofi has groundnuts this year.
bootellingU mandiɛ boo u lɛ pan.She is giving the message to her father.
bɔto tellChuami wre u mandiɛ bɔ ŋunu katoo.The linguist gave his message at the chief's palace.
bɔbɔnlɛsnowPan pe nyi na bɔbɔnlɛ ye, kie wo mbe sheli nyumu yiɛ.So they are like some snow, it will fall and harden on the face of the water.
bɔfɔhunterBɔfɔ wre sɛ nyaa u nyukwanla ni.The hunter went to bush with his dogs.
bɔfɔɔrɔhunters' danceBɔfɔɔlɔ pre na bɔfɔɔrɔ yɔ aŋge.The hunters danced their dance yesterday.