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kɩɛsɩŋn, contribution
kɩɩadv.to be more than, above, exceedƲ kɛŋ doluŋ kɩɩmɛ.He has more power than I have.
kɩɩlɛvto harvest (corn), to split into pieces (e.g. sugar cane)Ʋ kɩɩlɛ kuorimɩaa.He harvested corn.
kɩɩrɛvto moanƲʋ na hɛɛŋ nɛ a kɩkɩɩrɛ.He is crying in pain.
kɩlan, 1kite2high note (music)
kɩlɩŋkalɩban, long-tailed nightjar (bird)
kɩŋkɛŋcf-kɛnɛyʋgɛ2adv.plenty, muchƲ kɛŋ doluŋ yʋgɛ kɩŋkɛŋ.He has very much power.
kɩŋkɛŋɛn, wing
kɩŋkɛsɩmɩŋn, fried ball of bean-flour
kɩrɩsɛvto call (fowls)Ʋ kɩrɩsɛ jiŋŋee dɩ ba jʋʋ chigiŋ bʋbʋɔŋ.He called the chickens home to the henhouse.
kɩsɛcfbaanɛvɩ̀avto tabooTumuuloo ka kɩsɛ gɩlɩŋgaaŋ nɛ.The Tumu people taboo the crow.
kɩsɩŋn, taboo, custom
kodun, (Twi) banana
kogumon, heavy brass armband, worn by women
kokobaŋkerin, red-eyed turtle-dove
kokobinen, a kind of dove
kokoduron, (Twi) ginger
kokofɩaŋn, speckled pigeon
kokomon, dove, pigeon (gen. term)
kokonanhigiliŋn, a kind of dove
kokonyampɛrɛn, laughing dove
kokopʋlan, red-eyed turtle-dove
kolikolcftolitolin, turkey
komon, roan antelope
kompiitan, (Eng.) computer