Vernacular - English
fàlong ago, formerlyBaal kʋbala nɛ fa hɛ nɩmɛ.Once there was a man.
fáto runBatɔŋ fá mʋ dɩa.Batong ran home.184.108.40.206.1Run
fá ...bunsoto sympathize with, to express sympathyLa kɔ dɩ la fá ŋ bunso nɛ.We have come to sympathize with you.4.3Behavior
fa jaŋwould, used in second part of a conditionDɩ mɩ nɛ kɛŋ moribiee, mɩ fa jaŋ mʋ Kʋmasɩ.If I had money, I would go to Kumasi. fa jɩmahad I knownFa jɩma bɩ jaŋ kɛnɛ.Had I known is always at last. fá... sɩɩŋto show respect Fá nɩalɩŋ sɩɩŋ.Show respect to the people.
fàa cfhu1to hide, concealJoŋ moribie la faa godo bʋbʋɔŋ.Take the money and hide it under the bed.7.6Hide2to bury a corpsid. Ba joŋ baal la faa nɛ.They have buried the man.
fàafàa1a long time agoFaafaa kala nɛ mɩ kɔ.I came long time ago.8.4.1Period of time2formerly
faagaacflɛgɛsɩpaaŋ1female sexual organ2.1Body2in between the thighs
faagɛa maize plant that does not produce fruit Kuorimɩa la faaga nɛ.The maize plants have not produced fruit.1.5Plant220.127.116.11.3Growing maize1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
-faalɩŋhidden, in secretdɩfaalɩŋhiding placewʋfaalɩŋsecret matter7.6Hide
faarɛ1to wrapKɛŋ pɩpaa la kaa faarɛ nammɩa la.Take the leaf and wrap the meat up.2to be tight (chest)Kese kɛmmɛ nɛ mɩ sɛmbiee kala faarɛ.I have a cough, my chest feels tight. faasato do intensely, forcefullyNyɩnyɛtɩɩna kiru, ʋ faasa fá.A madman chased him, he ran very fast.
fagɛ fagɛcfparatatawanana1very whiteGɛrɩ la ŋaa fagɛ fagɛ kɩŋkɛŋ.The cloth is very white.18.104.22.168Color2very brightChɛnɛ pʋlla nɛ fagɛ fagɛ.The moon is very bright.
-falɩŋnew thing, fresh thingSuuhal-falɩŋFresh egg
fallɛto slap, smack, strike with the palm of the handƲ fallɛ mɩ chaŋkpaŋɩŋ lɛ nɛ.He slapped me on my cheek.4.8.2Fight
Farɩsɩ1Francophone country3.5.3Language2French language
febelestomach (internal organ)2.1Body
fehestomach (internal organ)2.1Body
feŋto hem (cloth)Ba feŋ gɛrɩ la niiŋ nɛ.They have hemmed the cloth.