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kɩɩrɛvto moanƲʋ na hɛɛŋ nɛ a kɩkɩɩrɛ.He is crying in pain.
kɩlan1kite2high note (music)
kɩlɩŋkalɩbanlong-tailed nightjar (bird)
kɩŋkɛŋcf-kɛnɛyʋgɛ1adv.plenty, muchƲ kɛŋ doluŋ yʋgɛ kɩŋkɛŋ.He had very much power.
kɩŋkɛŋɛnwing
kɩŋkɛsɩmɩŋnfried ball of bean-flour5.2Food
kɩrɩsɛvto call (fowls)Ʋ kɩrɩsɛ jiŋŋee dɩ ba jʋʋ chigiŋ bʋbʋɔŋ.He called the chickens home to the henhouse.
kɩsɛcfvɩ̀avto tabooTumuuloo ka kɩsɛ gɩlɩŋgaaŋ nɛ.The Tumu people taboo the crow.
kɩsɩŋntaboo, custom
kodun(Twi) banana1.5.5Parts of a plant
kogumonheavy brass armband, worn by women
kokobaŋkerinred-eyed turtle-dove1.6.1.2Bird
kokobinena kind of dove
kokoduron(Two) ginger
kokofɩaŋnspeckled pigeon
kokomondove, pigeon (gen. term)
kokonanhigiliŋnkind of dove
kokonyampɛrɛnlaughing dove1.6.1.2Bird
kokopʋlanred-eyed turtle-dove1.6.1.2Bird
kolikolnturkey (form of tolitol)
komonroan antelope1.6.1.1Mammal
kompiitan(Eng.) computer
-komuŋadjsfxa thing made out of, consisting of or containing many small partstɔɔkomuŋchewed tobaccomɩɩkomuŋear of millet (cut off)
koŋnbit which is put into the mouth of a horsejaaba niiŋ koŋhorse bit
koo1interr.tag questionƲ mʋ dɩa, koo?He went home, didn't he?