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agyi-tɔnfoodFood Preparation/Consumption
agyɩ-tɔ ɔfapʋnfood sellerMarket/Trade
ahe-ee***(expression of 'not caring for somebody's opinion'; of returning an insult )Emotion
aho-o1***so what? (expression that the person doesn't care)"N biti n kpe suku nɩmʋ, sa mɛ afule kɛ n sɔɔ ɔwʋlɛ." "Aho-o""I am going to school now, give me some money to buy a book." "I don't care."2***no idea (expression that the person doesn't know)"Fu nyi Kofi maa kpe Accra ɔkɛ?" "Aho-o.""Do you know if Kofi is going to Accra tomorrow?" "No idea."
akaabanyam (type of)PlantFarmingAnimals and Plants
akabanskin disease (type of)Health
akabʋnnyam (type of)PlantFarmingAnimals and Plants
akarafʋnnnasal discharge (dry)
akoonparrotAnimalAnimals and Plants
akpakparaanpalm nutPlantFarmingAnimals and Plants
akpalɩ-tɔnmaterials used for soothsayingReligion
akpanɔcardnumnineNumeration
akpɩlɩgɛnsouthTransportation
aku anɩyaaaku***(expression of compassion and surprise)Emotion
akubitanshoeDress and Adornment
akuraanvillageHouse
akʋnnhungerAkʋn ɩ mɔɔ mɛ.I am hungry.akʋn ɩ mɔɔ libilibisevere hungerHealth
akʋtɔadvperhapsLogic
akʋʋpʋnrelativesHuman Classification
akyaakyaa-ba-nuundrink taken during second burialFood Preparation/Consumption
akyibinworn-out clothesSaŋa kʋ ba sʋ akyibi bɛɛ sa talapʋ yɛgɛ ɔ sʋ kebi ɛɛ dɩla sʋ.Sometimes they give worn-out clothes to a woman who has just given birth so that she can lay the child on it.Dress and Adornment
alaadiborrowed word from HausanSundayTime
alaagbeendrummer (in Kilij, the Yoruba language of the Ojo Alija cult)ReligionSocial Activities
alamusaborrowed word from HausanThursdayTime