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kulikulin, (Hs.) fried balls or ropes of groundnut paste
kumbeleen.sg.elders of a community
kumpuŋŋun, chief's leather cushion, pouffe
kuntuluŋn, a caterpillar
kuntuŋn, (Twi) blanket
kuŋkolumbawɩn, snail
kuŋkomon, kapok tree, white silk-cotton tree (it has a white flowers, large tree), ceiba pentandra
kuŋkomuŋn, kapok fruit
kuŋkunsuŋcfkpuŋkpunsuŋn. pl.epilepsy, fits
kuŋkunuŋn, 1kapok, silk cotton 2cotton
kúokúon, ant lion
kùokúon, (Engl.) cocoa
kuolon, a kind of tree
kuonicfgɩbɛvto empty, scoopMɩ jaŋ kuoni lɩɩŋ a kpʋ chenfilee.I will scoop the water out of the pool and kill the fish.
kuorivto become rich, important or powerfulBaal la kuoro nɛ.The man has become rich.
kuorimɩɩkomuŋmaize cob
kuorimɩɩŋn, corn, maize
kuoritolon, princess
kuoron, chief
kuoro jaŋn, chief's palace
kuoruŋn, 1chieftaincy2funeral dance
kúosívto cut into small pieces (e.g. wood)Má kuosi daa la.Cut that stick into small pieces.
kùosìv1to stirƲ kuosi daarɩŋ.She stirred the porridge.2to rowƲ kɛŋ lɩɩŋ daboro danyine kuosi lɩɩŋ.He rowed the boat.
kuricfgbaahiesiv1to separate, sort outLaa kuri kuorimɩɩdoho nɛ.We are sorting out maize for seed.2to gather, heap up, to fold-upDuonuŋ jaŋ nɩɩ, má kuri mɩa la hɛ dɔŋɔ lɛ.It is going to rain, gather up the millet.
kuri kuricflagɩ lagɩtɛtɛadv.very fastƲ faasa pɛrɛ kuri kuri.He was digging very fast.