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salmaNoungoldSalma ba huri nyɛn Bɔɔlɛ.They are digging for gold at Bole.
sam-aNounporcupineSam nɛmɛ lɛm kinkannɛ.Porcupine meat is good to eat.
sam punpusaNounporcupine quillSama pusa nyɛn dɛ ti ni.There are porcupine quills in the room.
samgarsamgataNounclothes for a dowryBahɛ yau samgarrɛ di o la nyɛ o samna ni.Bahe bought dowry cloth to give to her girl friend.
samgoorasamgoorsaNoundowryDin wuzurɛ Tampulimsa nyɛ samgoora.Tampulmas give a dowry at the Fire Festival.
samna-saNoungirl friendBakuri samna ya Asetu.Asetu is Bakuri’s girl friend.
sampɔrasampɔrsaNounfrogSampɔra nyɛn dɛ ti ni.There is a frog in the room.
samsikesamsiksaNoun(red) beansYa samsiksa ti a zɔŋ din ni.Put the red beans on the fire to cook them.
samsin-aNoundowry drinkYau samsin a la nyɛ i samna ti ni.Buy a dowry drink for your girl friend.
sankanasankansaNountalismanBɔnɛ yaa niŋi sankansau ali ba chɛra ni.Some people put talismans around their waists.
sanpɔknyindiir-saNoundragon flySanpɔknyindiir ya kizaalirɛ a chi penpusa.The dragon fly is an insect like the butterfly.
saŋi chaasaVerbto make a heapMa ta saŋɛ chaasa dooni.Do not make a heap there.
saranyanbiiNounsmallpoxSaranyanbi kpak be ti.The child has caught smallpox.
sauNounflourLaamisi kaali maniikau di o la nam sau.Laamisi has gone to the corn mill to grind flour.
sau gbarkuNounflour porridgeBakuri ya sau gbarkurɛ o ŋmaha ni.Bakuri has made flour porridge on his farm.
sau gumsigumsɛNounflour ballAnuha zɔŋ sau gumsɛwa o dɛ ni nha nɔ \xe - Anuha cooked some flour balls this afternoon in her room.
sau haliNounfried flourBasig daŋni sau hali kinkannɛ.Basig very much likes fried flour.
sau kɔniNounwell ground flourSau kɔni ya Atika sau ti.Atika’s flour is well ground.
sau zɔŋiNouncooked flour ballsBahiisa daŋni sau zɔŋi diiliu.Bahiisa likes to eat cooked flour balls.
sayuhasayutaNounratSayuha nyɛn kɔha ti ni.There is a rat in the bush.
seNounto chew meatO se nɛmɛrɛ.He/she is chewing meat.
see1NouneyesO fun kpa o nin a sak baal ti see ni.He took his hand and touched the man’s eyes.
see2NounfaceO see funɛ chaaniu a chi nha.His face shone like the sun.
see luriNouneye medicineBaal ti ŋɔ di o daŋni see luri ni yoglire.The man said that he is looking for someone who is selling eye medicine.
seemaseemsaNounwawa treeSeema bugil chiŋɛ ya dama zaamun ni.There is a wawa tree growing behind our house.