Browse Nafaanra - English
sisam1sinNyiɛkpɔɔ o sisam ti mu o kɛ.God has taken our sins away.2evilSisam kee wa u ndra.Evil thoughts are in his head.
sisampeeevil doerSisampee ndro leni nyifɛɛrɛ nu.Evil doing puts a person into shame.
sisampefununspec. var.sisaapefunevil doerSisampefun wi.He is a sinner.
sisamuan alternate for of the word "sisam" used in special sentences where "wa" (exists) is or is implied.
sisirebearSisiree n wa o tra ŋga nu na.There is no bear on our land again.
sisrombitterPɔ wre na tuwe sisrom gbɔ.The child won't drink the sour medicine.
siwriSaturdayAduan nyisee yi siwri.Friday wakes up to Saturday.
sna1nshinU to a u sna laala.He fell down and scratched his shin.2adjheavyWeŋge bɔtɔ sna mu sɛ kɔdɔli bɔtɔ na.A sack of salt is heavier than a sack of cotton.
snamweightBifiun wre snam da kilo shiin.The weight of the child is two kilos.
snamuheavyU u kukrɔ kna mu tɛɛ mbe tuuro snamu shɔ mbe tio mbe kaari tnu.He bowed his shoulder to bear a heavy load and became a slave at forced labour.
snɛɛsleepingMaa shia mu faŋga kla chlɔ snɛɛ na.Don't let your strength be ruined sleeping with women.
snisleepU fna; ki tia u sni.He's tired, so he's sleeping.
snihaasleeping place or sex place
snimispearSnimi ni fawolo naa shie ŋunɔ.With a spear our ancestors went to war.
snindoosleeping placeWra sɛ na u ni fumblɔ snindoo mna sɛ u le kama.He went with him to a strangers' inn and cared for him well.
sniŋgelay someone downPra Maria na Josɛf na pɔ wre nya na pe u sniŋge mbaala ka yira nu.They saw Mary and Joseph and the child and the sheep place where they had laid him.
sniyirablanketNa mu da blɔ; ki fna mu sniyira ta.By the time you reach manhood, you should have obtained your own blanket.
sobrabradappled horseA sobrabra pre na yiɛ le tapanhaa.And the dappled horse faced toward the south.
sobubunɔmuleA pe sobubunlɔ naa lafɛɛshiin taa.And they had 200 mules.
sochlɔfemale horseMu pe ni pan na sochlɔ ŋmba u ŋunu Pharaoh sookaa tinii wi.You are to me like the mare who pulled King Pharoah's chariot.
sofishovelKofi sofi kre ka.Kofi's shovel broke.
sofiunwhite horseLoplombo yiɛ shɔ sofiun na.The elders are very happy with a white horse.
sojasoldierSoja blɔ wre yiri ŋunɔɔ mu le.The soldier man has come home from war.