Sisaala - English
baagɛto wear a cover cloth over the shoulderBaagɛ gɛrɩbɔsɔ!Put the cover cloth over your shoulder!
baala/baalman, maleBaal nɩɩ kɔ.A man is coming.Bile ŋaa baal nɛ.The child is a male.
baanɛcfvɩ̀ato refuse, rejectBaal la baanɛ ʋ haala kʋlʋŋ nɛ.The man refused his wife's TZ.
baanɩŋangerƲ baanɩŋ fɩɛla.His anger has abated (cooled down).
baanyalɩŋdiscomfort of the chest
bàarɛ̀to roam, walk around aimlesslyƲ bɩ tɩntɩmɩɩ kɛnɛ, ŋɩɩ nɛ ʋ bɩbaarɛ.He has no work that is why he is roaming around.
báarɛ̀1to go behindBaarɛ jee la harɩŋ.Go behind the wall.2to incriminateƲ gaa moribiee nɛ, aŋ kaa baarɛmɛ.He stole money and incriminated me.
baasɛcfchaalɛto carry sth. on the shoulderƲ joŋ bʋʋna baasɛ.He carried a goat on his shoulder.
baawulumbiiŋ1Annone tree2small beetle
babɩlɩŋcfbahuoŋchʋʋnʋŋripe fruit of the shea tree
bafereeunuch, impotent man