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daadv.at all, used in neg. emph. clauses onlyMɩ bɩ jaŋ mʋ Kʋmasɩ da.I will not go to Kumasi at all.
daav1to take care of, look afterLa faa daa nɛsɩŋ nɛ.We were shepherding the cattle.6.1.2.2.5Take care of something2to stalkNaachigiŋ daa bagɩl la.The lion was stalking the antelope.
daachagan, forked stick6.6.3.2Wood
daachaŋɩŋn, chewing stick
daadoluŋn, a bar of wood, log6.6.3.2Wood
daagɛv1to spreadNyiniŋ jaŋ daagɛ ʋ baga.The fire will spread to his farm.7.3.7.3Spread, smear2to involveYuosi la daagɛ bile arɩ ʋ naaŋ kala.The quarrel involved both the child and his mother.Sunnuŋ daagɛ ʋ ma nɛ.Poverty has stricken him also.3to infect (a disease)Ŋ wuri la daagɛmɛ nɛ.I caught your cold.2.5Health
daagɛsɛn, cross, crossed sticks6.6.3.2Wood
daajaalɩŋn, place where firewood is found
daakɛnnɛn, somebody who leads a blind person2Person
daaliimiŋn, shadow, image8.3.3.2.1Shadow
daalinen, shrine(pot with medicine with another pot on top upside down)4.9.8.1Idol
daalɩɛrɩdaaŋn, twin figurecarved in memorial of one or both twins who did not survive infancy
daalɩɛrɩŋ1n.sg.twins, a pair2Person2n, matching objects
daalumpupoiŋn, medicine-pot, shrine (without medicine)2.5Health
daaluŋŋaaracfdaalusuŋ tɩɩnan, medicine man, herbalist2.5Health
daalusuŋn, medicine2.5Health2.5.7.2Medicine
daalusuŋ tɩɩnacfdaaluŋŋaaran, medicine man, herbalist2.5Health
daamɛcfwalɩmɛv(Hs.) to trouble, bother, pesterPʋpɔ dɩ ŋ sɩ́ nɩalɩŋ daamʋ.See that you do not trouble the people.3.4.2.4.1Worried
daamɩɩŋn, long strong stick used as rafters6.6.3.2Wood
daanyaŋgalɩŋn, stick with many branches6.6.3.2Wood
daanyʋɔsʋŋn.sg.favour, grace, help4.3.4.2Help
daaŋn, 1wood, stick, beam6.6.3.2Wood2handle
daaŋ chɛpɛɛlɩŋn, day before a big celebration, eve8.4.1.2Day
daapalɩhɔnnɔn, a woman who during a funeral sits by and tends the representation2.6.6.3Funeral
daapalɩŋn, place where the corpse or “guŋguŋ” is put during a funeral2.6.6.3Funeral