6.3.1. Domesticated animal

afrimuafrímúpl.mfrimuFrom:Akanafrimn.donkeyEquus africanus asinusAfrimu tɔsʋra atɔ dʋn ɔpɔnkɔ.A donkey carries things more than a horse.Synlanduudonkey6.3.1.7Beast of burden
andobiándobider. ofandɔ-bin.a small catAkwasi andobi amʋ towi aye wɩ dʋbɩ.Akwasi's kitten steals meat too much.8.4.6.5.1Young2.6.4Stage of life6.3.1.6Cat1.6.1.1.2Carnivore8.2.1Small
andɔándɔʔn.catFelis silvestris catusAndɔ amʋ ladʋ wie obu amʋ kwitɔ, ɔdɛ aklɔtɩ kɩta.The cat has climbed and entered the room's ceiling and is catching mice.6.3.1.6Cat1.6.1.1.2Carnivoreder.andobikitten
gegyefegeʤefé(H)From:Ewegegyeven.1a hunchbackGegyefe mʋ wie tamawun mʋ ɔma gegyefe, tamɛ otowun mʋ ba klɛ.The owner of a hunched back never sees his own hump, but he always sees his neighbours.7.1.8Bend down2.5.4Disabled2hump on the back of zebu cattle6.3.1.1Cattle1.6.2Parts of an animal
kɩaɩbikɪaɪbider. ofkɩaɩ-bin.small dog8.4.6.5.1Young6.3.1.5Dog2.6.4Stage of life1.6.1.1.2Carnivore
kɩaɩkɪaɪʔ pl.akɩaɩn.dogCanis familiarisKɩaɩ amʋ lodun kebi amʋ. The dog has bitten the child.Bʋtɔpʋ ɔfʋlɩ tɩ akɩaɩ. They whistle to call dogs.6.3.1.5Dog1.6.1.1.2Carnivoreder.kɩaɩbipup
klɛɩklɛ́ɪ́ v.1to increase in amountMɩ igyo mʋ́a afaasɩ afla laklɛɩ bla nyi. My yam and water yam vines have multiplied and grown all over their (supporting) sticks.Mɩ atɔ abi amʋ mɛhyɩ mboun laklɛɩ. I didn't lose my seed, instead it multiplied, or increased.8.1.4.2Increase2to have plenty of offspringMʋ asɩ bɛ́klɛɩ. Her offspring will multiply.6.3.1Domesticated animal1.6.3Animal life cycle
kpakpahek͡pák͡pá!hé pl.akpakpahe
kpakpahe
n.domestic duckAnas platyrhynchos domesticusKpakpahe oboi bʋ swɩ dʋn batɛ klɛ. A duck's neck is longer than a chicken's.1.6.1.2Bird6.3.1Domesticated animal6.3.6Poultry raising
kpalabik͡pálâbipl.akpalabider. ofkpala-bin.a young goat8.4.6.5.1Young1.6.3Animal life cycle1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goat
kpalak͡pálâʔ pl.akpalan.goat; typically pygmy goatCapra aegagrus hircusGya akpala amʋ lɛ ɩban amʋtɔ, tsufɛsɛ bʋdɛ agbodi atɛ amʋ wɩ. Chase the goats out of the fenced area because they are eating the cassava leaves.Abanyɔ kpala a, ɔhaa tamagya mʋ wa bantɔ.A goat owned by two people, no one puts it into the fence.1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goatder.kpalabikid
kplakitsik͡plakit͡sin.hobbles used to restrain an animalNɩ kpala bʋ ɔnlɩn dʋbɩ a, bʋtɔwa mʋ kplakitsi.If a goat is too strong, they put on hobbles.6.3.1Domesticated animal7.5.4Tie7.2.6.2Prevent from moving
kpounk͡póṹ(H) v.to bark; used of dogs, baboons & lions; to cough very loudly (human)Kɩaɩ amʋ dekpoun wa mɩ, sʋ mmɛ́ɛtalɩ ba fʋ woyitɔ nʋ. The dog is barking at me so I will not be able to come to your house there.Akpantsa bʋ dekpoun ɩbʋsʋ. Baboons are barking on the mountain.6.3.1.5Dog2.2.2Cough, sneeze1.6.4.3Animal sounds2.3.2.3Types of sounds
kpɔsɔk͡pɔ́sɔ́pl.akpɔsɔn.camelCamelus dromedariusKpɔsɔ tɔsʋra atɔ dwindwin.A camel carries heavy loads.1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.7Beast of burden
kufabikufabipl.akufabider. ofkufa-bin.a young sheepcfkufasheep8.4.6.5.1Young6.3.1.2Sheep1.6.3Animal life cycle1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals
kufakufa pl.akufan.domestic sheepOvis ariesBɛdalɩ tsu ɩnʋ ba a, bɛ́bɛtɩn kufa wʋlɩ mʋ ayabi asɩ. When they come out from there they will slaughter a sheep under his feet.cfkufabilambɔsantɩsheep6.3.1.2Sheep1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animalsder.kufabilamb
landuulandûːn.donkeySynafrimudonkey6.3.1Domesticated animal1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.7Beast of burdender.landubicolt
landubilandúbider. oflanduu-bin.a young donkey8.4.6.5.1Young2.6.4Stage of life6.3.1Domesticated animal1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.7Beast of burden
mantamántáv.1to be close toMlɩ kpʋkpɛ manta Bulu mɛnɩ Bulu ɛ obetsia mlɩ wa. Draw near to God so that he will draw near to you.Tɔsɩ tɛmanta afɩta sʋ, nɩ ɔtɔfʋ a, ɩbʋ ɔsɩn.Caterpillars live on leaves, if it touches(burns) you it is painful.cfbɛɩnnear8.2.6.2Nearph. v.nya obu amʋ mantaclose door partially2to put something togetherKpa fʋ ayabitɔ manta.put your legs together.Nɩ oyin obétsia ɔtsɩ a, ɔbɔ́pʋ nta lɛlɛ ɩwɩ ɔwan ha ɔtsɩ amʋ akwɩɩpʋ, pʋ kɔba manta nta amʋsʋ. Kɔba amʋ gyi asientɔ nɩ.nya obu amʋ mantaclose the door partway (get room together)Beyi sukuu obu amʋ manta asɔrɩ obu.They built a school building next to the church building.7.2Move3to tame an animalNyankpʋsa tɛtalɩ bwɛ mbwɩ akugyiakʋ bʋtɛmanta. Tamɛ ɔhaa mɔkʋtalɩ bwɛ ɔdandʋ ɔmanta kɩ.Humans can tame all kinds of animals. But no-one has yet tamed the tongue.6.3.1Domesticated animal
okpokpook͡pók͡po(H) pl.nkpokpon.a male sheep; a ramNdekle ánɩ́ mɩ okpokpo omoni sʋ a, naflo mʋ. I want my ram to be big so I have castrated him.6.3.1.2Sheep1.6.7Male and female animals1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animalsder.okpokpobilamb
okpokpobider. ofokpokpo-bin.a lamb6.3.1.2Sheep1.6.1.9Small animals
ɔnantswiebiɔnant͡sʷɪebider. ofɔnantswiebi1n.calf8.4.6.5.1Young6.3.1.1Cattle2.6.4Stage of life1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals
ɔnantswieɔnant͡sʷie(H) dial. var.ɔnankwieNpl.nnantwieFrom:Akannantwin.cattleBos taurusBʋtenyimɛ ɔnantswie nyɔpʋ ntsu bwɛ mliki. They milk cows to get milk. They express the fluid in cow udders and take it to make milk.Mbwɩ fɛ́ɛ́ bʋsrɩ tamɛ ɔnantswie olakpa ɔsrɩ yi a, bɛɛ ɔdɛ gbede lɔ.All animals ran but as soon as a cow runs, they say it is mad.6.3.1.1Cattle1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animalsder.ɔnantswiebicalf
ɔprakuoɔprákuo(H) pl.mprakuoFrom:Akanprakʋn.domestic pigSus scrofa domesticusFebie ɔprakuo alɩa-gyi-alɩa a, obéyinki yɔ ɔdɩbatɔ. No matter how you wash a pig, it will return to the muddy place.1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.4Pig
ɔpɔnkɔɔpɔŋkɔ(H) pl.mpɔnkɔFrom:Akanɔpɔnkɔn.horseDatobi kʋ pɛ bʋtɔpʋ wa ɔpɔnkɔ ɔnɔ, pʋ damli mʋ, suna mʋ tɔa ɔbwɛ. A small bit only they put in a horse's mouth, to turn it and show it what it should do.Aprosifɔ amʋʋ bʋtetsia mpɔnkɔsʋ amʋ bawie atɔ afɛpʋ amʋ́tɔ.The police horse riders have attack the hawkers.1.6.1.1.7Sea mammal6.3.1.7Beast of burdencomp.ɔpɔnsʋra
ɔsantɩɔsãntɪn.sheepThis word is cognate with 'sheep' in other Guang languagescfkufasheep6.3.1.2Sheep1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animalsarch
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