Vernacular - English
kadaagared guinea corn, red sorghum 1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
kagbaaslices of cooked yam eaten with oil, salt and pepper kàgɛ̀to be over matured (e.g. fruit)Dɩ ŋmɛnɩŋ nɛ kaga, ŋ bɩra bɩ wuo kaa chɔ dɩsɩŋ.When okra is over matured you cannot use it to cook soup any more. kagɛ ... lɛto leave behindƲ sii fá kagɛ ʋ nɛntɛŋŋɛɛ lɛ.He ran away and left his shoes. kakudɩgɩlɩŋbowstring hemp/ leopard lily kalacfgbelem gbelemmɩa mɩaall, whole, altogether, completelyNɩaa kala mʋ bagɩsɩŋ jɩnɩŋ.All the people went to the farm today. kalɩbasexton, gravedigger kalɩba hɛ ... lɛcurseLa jaŋ kalɩba hɛ nɩɩ la sɩ joŋ moribie la lɛ.We will put a curse on the person who took the money. kalɩbɛto invoke, help at or testify before a shrineLa kalɩbɛ Tumu vene.We brought the matter before the Tumu fetish.
kalɩnjʋashell-fish (gen. term)22.214.171.124Fish
kalɩŋŋmɩaŋa bird with long legs