8.4.1.2. Day

bakɛbakɛ comp. ofba1 2timeearly morning hours before sunriseNɩ ɔkɛ bakɛ fonu batɛ ɔbɔn a, mɩdɛ fʋ ɩpan da. When tomorrow at dawn, you hear a rooster crow, it is me thanking you.I won't be able to thank you tomorrow morning, take it that the rooster crow is me thanking you.cfnyankɩ1morning8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
ekekegyiɛkɛekekeʤíɛ́kɛdial. var.okekegyiɔkɛNder. ofɛkɛ-gyi-adv.every dayEkekegyiɛkɛ kebi anfɩ desu. Every day this child is crying.Ekekegyiɛkɛ bakɛ a, abatɛ bʋtɔbɔn.Every early morning, roosters crow.8.4.1.2Day8.1.5All
ɛkɛɛkɛdial. var.ɔkɛ2Nn.dayNdɛ gyi nkɛ du ɛkɛ sasɩ. Today is the thirteenth.cfdawnɔ- -kɛday of8.4.1.2Dayder.ekekegyiɛkɛevery daynkɛdays
ɛkɛwʋlɛɛkɛwʊ́lɛn.one day8.4.6.6Once8.4.1.2Day
fɔɔnfɔ̃ːtimeevening after sunsetcfma nɩ mɩ nɩduskntʋpwɛnyedusknyankɩ1morning8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
igyeíʤe timeyesterdayIgye nyankpʋ lebila tamɛ omotswie. Yesterday storm clouds threatened but it didn't rain.cfɩnwɛ 1day before yesterdayɩnwɛ 2last (day)klaɛ 1day after tomorrowndɛtodayɔkɛ1tomorrow8.4.1.2.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow8.4.6.2Past
ɩnwɛɪ́nwɛ̃́ 1timeday before yesterdaycfigyeyesterdayklaɛ 1day after tomorrowndɛtodayɔkɛ1tomorrow8.4.1.2.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow8.4.6.2Past2adj.last (day of week)used in isolation, ɩnwɛ refers to the day before yesterday, with a day named, it refers to the last day of that name.Ɩnwɛ Yaoda, nɔyɔ nkandɩɛtɔ. Last Thursday, I went to the city.cfigyeyesterdayklaɛ 2upcoming dayndɛtodayɔkɛ1tomorrow8.4.1.2.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow
v.to dawn; used only with ɔyɩ "world"Ɔyɩ la a, sʋ ba ayɔ anɩ ɔkpa amʋ aba. The world has lightened so come let's go on our way and come back.It's getting late (in the day) so let's go and come back.cfɛkɛday8.4.1.2.3Time of the daycomp.bakɛpredawncomp.ɔyɩ lakɛdawn
klaɛkláɛʔ (L) time1day after tomorrowMmɔ́ɔyɔ mɩ ɔkpa amʋ ɔkɛ, mboun klaɛ. I won't go tomorrow. Instead I will go the day after tomorrow.cfigyeyesterdayɩnwɛ 1day before yesterdayndɛtodayɔkɛ1tomorrow8.4.1.2.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow8.4.6.4Future2upcoming day of the weekused in isolation, klaɛ refers to the day after tomorrow, with a day named, it refers to the upcoming day of that name.Klaɛ Fieda nótu ɔkpa.Next Friday I will travel.cfɩnwɛ 2last (day)8.4.1.2.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow8.4.6.4Future
kpeink͡péĩ́ː adv.at the exact timeYinki ba donyɔtɔ kpein. Come back here at exactly two o'clock.8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.1.5.8Exact
ma nɩ mɩ nɩmanɪmɪ́nɪ́id. ofma12timeduskcffɔɔntwilightntʋpwɛnyedusknyankɩ1morning8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
ndɛndɛ n.todayNdɛ gyi fʋ klɛ, ɔkɛ megyi fʋ klɛ. Today is yours, tomorrow isn't yours.Ndɛ ɔpa wɩsʋ nɔyɔ Nkran.Today in the afternoon, I will go to Accra.Ndɛ gyi nkɛ du ɔkɛ sasɩ. Today is the thirteenth day (e.g. of the month)cfigyeyesterdayɩnwɛ 1day before yesterdayɩnwɛ 2last (day)klaɛ 1day after tomorrowɔkɛ1tomorrow8.4.1.2.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow8.4.6.3Present
nkɛnsaŋkɛnsáadv.several days8.4.1.2Day8.4.5.2.1After
nkɛŋkɛder. ofn-1ɛkɛn.1daysAlagyi nkɛ mʋ ɔkpa tutɔ.He has spent more days in his journey.Mɩ nyawie labɛdɩ mɩ wa nkɛnsa.My friend has come to sleep with me for three days.8.4.1.2Day2holiday; festive days, such as yam festivals, the Guang congress meeting, Christmas, any durbarAba begyi nkɛ sʋ atɔ anɩnapʋ bʋ nɩna atɔ ba biasʋ.We are celebrating a festival so the people who cook have a lot of prepared food in the market.4.2.2.2Festival, showcomp.gyi nkɛcelebrate
ntʋpwɛntʊ́pʷɛ́n.eveningNɩ akʋ bɔyɔ ndɔtɔ a, ntʋpwɛ bʋtɛba woyitɔ, tsufɛ owí ɔnɔ tɔwa ɔlɩn ɔpa.When some people go to farm, they come back home in the evening, because the sun becomes hot in the afternoon.cfntʋpwɛnyedusknyankɩ1morning8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
ntʋpwɛnyentʊpʷwɛɲén.duskcffɔɔntwilightma nɩ mɩ nɩduskntʋpwɛeveningnyankɩ1morning8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
nyankɩ1ɲaŋkɪtimemorningƆkɛ nyankɩ notua yɔ ndɔ. Tomorrow morning I will get up early and go to farm.cfbakɛpredawnfɔɔntwilightma nɩ mɩ nɩduskntʋpwɛeveningntʋpwɛnyeduskonyenightowi lapɔnlate afternoonɔpa1early afternoonɔpablɩsʋnoonɔpawisʋnoonɔyɩ lakɛdawnɔyɩ nsɩnɛmidnight8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
okunkuokuŋkûʔn.heat, as in weatherOwi amʋ dɛlɩn dʋbɩ sʋ, laha okunku laba.The sun is shining too much so it has made the weather hot.cfblɩ ogyaheat8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.3.4Hotcomp.okunkubɩhot season
onyeoɲéʔ dial. var.enyeSn.nightMɩ nyawie labɛdɩ mɩ wa onye nkɛnsa. My friend has come and slept with me (in my house) overnight for three days.Ntsrakpabi tɛdɩnka onye.The stars come out at night.cfnyankɩ1morning8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1.2.1Night
onyenɩoɲenɪn.tonight8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1.2.1Night8.4.6.3Present
owi dalɩcomp. ofowi2dalɩ 2v.sunriseNɩ owi ɔdalɩ tsu owi okplɩwiekpa a, igyi isuna kpɔnkpɔɔnkpɔntɩ, tsufɛ owi ɔdalɩkpa owi tɛdalɩ tsu.When the sun rises from the west, it is a big sign, because the sun rises from the east.8.4.1.2.3Time of the daycomp.owi ɔdalɩkpaeast
owí latacomp. ofta 1owi2timeearly evening8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
owi lapɔnowi lapɔ̃ʔ(L)comp. ofpɔn1 1owi2timeIn the afternoon when it is getting coolercfnyankɩ1morning8.4.1.2.3Time of the dayder.owi pɔnhɛevening
owi pɔnhɛowi pɔ̃hɛder. ofowi lapɔncomp. ofpɔn1 1owi2-hɛtimeeveningOwi pɔnhɛsʋ lɩɩ yɔ agyʋma bʋ ayɔlɛ, tsufɛ nsaɩntɔ tolwii.Working in the evening is pleasant, because the weather becomes cool.8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
owilɩnowilɪ̃̂ʔn.sunshine8.4.1.2.3Time of the day1.1.1Sun
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