Browse Nafaanra - English
pɔweebundle of grainShɔlɔ pɔwee n wa a pra prɛ na.There are no more bundles of grain for sale.
pɔyirabroomU lawee kre pɔ na pɔyira ni.He swept the place with a broom.
pra1pronthey (past tense)Pra Yesu kuraa pra u chia.They hated Jesus even in his own town.2vhatePɔ wre chin na pe u pra; ki tia wra sɛ pe lawee na.The child knows that they hate him; that's why he won't go to their place again.3vunable to continueNi nyaari mu pra.I've walked till I'm unable to go any farther.Ma jaa nyumu gbo na; ni gbo mu pra.I can't drink any more water; I've drunk until I can't drink any more.4vwoundsKii wa na ni n pimi li, nde u snimi ni suulo mu pra.It was that I am not guilty but his arrow pierced me and wounded me.
prafunhating personNa ni prafun wraa ne pini na tɛɛ, mbe na frɔ ta.If my foe he was abusing and insulting me I could endure it.
praileft over foodPe tnumu tuni ndoo pan kuraa lii na prai sro na.Those who work for my father can eat some of the left overs.
prakopigBlɔ wree wa na prako ni.The man has a pig.
prarahatredPrara waa; ki tia pra Yesu gbo.Hatred was there; that's why they killed Jesus.
prethose onesPre pe shie.Those ones, they are going.
preepiece of yamU finyi kre peeri mu ki pree sɔɔ mu ka.He broke the yam to pieces and cooked a piece of it.
prɛ1vsellU shie jafa na mbe sɛ finyjie prɛ.He is going to the market to sell yams.2nsacrificePe ŋgolo tɛɛ mu prɛ kre wɔ.They took a chicken and poured out a sacrifice.
prɛfunsellerNa mu pe yire prɛfun mu kila titi.If you are a seller you travel a lot.
prɛhaashopBen-Hadad na you Ahab pan, mu jaa yirɛ prɛhaa pe Damascus na, imi na ni lɛ na pe Samaria na.Ben-Hadad said to Ahab that he could set up shops in Damascus as his father had done in Samaria.
prɛkufinishedNa pe waa o ti naa, kena oo ŋmaa ta, a na pe waa o gbo naa, kena o ku mbe sɛ prɛku.If they leave us to live then we have life but if they kill us then we are dead and finished.
prɛrɛslopesU see kre wa nyua prɛrɛ kre na.His farm is at the slope of the mountain.
prɛrilook closeKi tia praa o prɛri, ŋga wre na Yesu Kristo pe nunu.Because of that they examined us closely to see if we were one with Christ.
primleadPan pra tii na prim pe wa lɔɔ.So they sank like lead in the river.
prosiepoliceKalalifɛɛnlɛ pre na prosie tun na pe paan yo blɔ wre pan.The judges sent the policeman that they should inform the man.
prɔbetterMa prɔ laarɔ na.Little is better than none.
prɔɛprɔɛvery soft or weakYira pe prɔɛprɔɛ na yokunu.It was very soft like a cloth.
prɔɔrɔstraight stick or a poleU kaan prɔɔrɔ ka kan mu u flaŋgaa pɔ ki na.He planted a small pole to fix his flag on.
prɔrɔprɔrɔlongA pra ki kɛɛn prɔrɔprɔrɔ pe na swafiŋge ni.And they made its long stick with silver.
prupruvery whiteDodoŋgi fiŋge prupru u leni.He wears a very white shirt.
puagunBɔfɔ wre pwa kre gbun to a ki ja.The hunter's gun broke as soon as it went off.
pua tuwegun powder or sulphurPie pre leele mblɛ wa kanhun tapla ŋga ki shio, na pua tuwe chaara ni kre nu, kre yi kumu shiinwo kre.They will throw these people into the lake of fire that has sulphur mixed in it. This is the second death.
puariburning the hair from an animal skinYurɔ wre puari mu chin mu u ŋɔni.Singe the animal before you dress it.