3.5.1.4.3. Greet

agooágôːinterj.1Anybody home? Equivalent to knocking on a door.3.5.1.4.3Greet6.5.2.4Door2Interjection used to get attention.9.6.3.3Prompters of attention
agyaaʤainterj.My friend! (when he isn't)3.5.1.4.3Greet4.1.1Friend
amandɩɛ1amandɪɛ(H) From:Akanamanɩɛn.news; tidingsƆfɔɔ amʋ ɔbɛɛ, mʋ amandɩɛ mɛ?What was the stranger's news?The stranger he said, what about his news?Ɔfɔɔ amʋ ɔbɛɛ, mʋ amandɩɛ nɩ? The stranger said that was his news.3.5.1.4.3Greet
amansʋamansʊn.news; mattersAmansʋ ntra blɩ?What else should I talk about?What other matters should I talk again?Q: Amansʋ bʋ ɩnʋ? A: Tsitsa kʋkʋ ma ɩnʋ.Q: What news is there (where you came from)? A: Nothing bad is there.3.5.1.4.3Greet3.5.2.2News, message
atuuatûːinterj.Welcome!; a warm greetingBrɛa anɩlowie wulu amʋtɔ a, wulu amʋtɔ aha bʋmeyin anɩ tamɛ bɔhɔ anɩ atuu.When we got to the town, the people in the town didn't know us but the received us well.3.5.1.4.3Greet3.4.1.4.2Enthusiastic
ayɛayɛʔ(H)From:Akanayɛ1interj.ritual response to traditional prayer4.2.1.4.1Welcome, receive3.5.1.4.3Greet9.2.7Interjections2n.praiseNɩ ansɩ dɛ ɔkʋ gyi a, ɔha amʋ ɔpʋ ɩlʋwa yi Bulu ayɛ.If someone is happy. That person especially should sing and praise God.3.5.1.7Praiseunspec. comp. formyi ayɛpraise
ɛdɔɔɛdɔːdial. var.dɔɔNRESPONSEinterj.response to morning greetingMlɩyaaloo! Fówun batsula mʋ́sʋ bɛɛ, "Ɛdɔɔ, Ɛyɩlɛkɛ?"Good morning, so that they have responded to it, "Ɛdɔɔ, Dawn has come?"3.5.1.4.3Greet
fʋnaafʊ́naː interj.response to the afternoon / evening greetingA: Tsianɩ! B: Fʋnaa! Woyi da? A: Good afternoon/evening! B: Hi! A: Good afternoon/evening! B: Hi! Is your household fine?cfna1 2walk3.5.1.4.3Greet
itsiait͡siáʔ contractiontsia3n.1afternoon, evening or night greetingsƆdɛ mlɩ tsia ha. He is greeting you(pl.).3.5.1.4.3Greet2general greetingsƆdɛ mlɩ tsia ha.He is giving you his greetings.He sends his greetings to you/Nɩ fɔyɔa, gyagyaagya, nɛha amʋ́ itsia.
ɩtɛ1ɪtɛ́ʔ n.morning greeting from before daybreak until noonƆdɛ mlɩ ɩtɛ ha, mlɩtsula. He is greeting you, so answer.3.5.1.4.3Greet
mlɩyaamlɪyǎː cfɔyaader. ofmlɩ 1ɔyaainterj.greetings in the morning to multiple peopleNyankɩ, nɩ fɔtʋ ɔha a, ha mʋ ɩtɛ fɛɛ "Ɔyaa". Nɩ bʋ tsɔ a, "Mlɩyaa." When you meet a person in the morning, greet him/her saying "Ɔyaa", if they are many say "Mlɩyaa."3.5.1.4.3Greet
ɔyaaɔyǎː interj.greetings in the morning to single personNyankɩ, nɩ fɔtʋ ɔha a, ha mʋ ɩtɛ fɛɛ "Ɔyaa". Nɩ bʋ tsɔ a, "Mlɩyaa." When you meet a person in the morning, greet him/her saying "Ɔyaa", if they are many say "Mlɩyaa."cfmlɩyaa3.5.1.4.3Greet
tsianɩtsianɪ̌ʔpl.tsiamlɩnɩinterj.greetings in the afternoon/evening to single personA: Tsianɩ! B: Fʋnaa! Woyi da? A: Good afternoon/evening! B: Hi! Is your household fine?3.5.1.4.3Greet
tʋn1tʊ̃ʔinterj.used to respond to a greeting when angry at another person to indicate that the anger in the voice is not directed at the one being greetedA: Ɔyaloo! B: Ɛdɔɔ! Tʋn! ... (B has just been angrily shouting at C)cftʋntʋngreet3.5.1.4.3Greetder.tʋntʋngreet
tʋntʋntʊ́ntʊ̃der. oftʋn1REDUP1v.to greet someonecftʋn1greetings3.5.1.4.3Greet
wa ɩbɩ comp. ofwa2 6ɩbɩ 1v.to shake handsAnɩ lɔwa aba ɩbɩ. We shook each other's hands.3.5.1.4.3Greet
yaa3yaː interj.response to "ayɛ"3.5.1.4.3Greet
yooyoːdial. var.aooNinterj.OKYoo, nanu, sʋ nɛ́ba.OK, I have heard so I will come.Yoo, ba ayɔ.OK, come and let us go.3.5.1.4.3Greet3.5.1.5.1Answer3.2.5.4Agree with someone