Vernacular - English
kɩɩrɛto moanƲʋ na hɛɛŋ nɛ a kɩkɩɩrɛ.He is crying in pain. kɩla1kite2high note (music) kɩlɩŋkalɩbalong-tailed nightjar (bird) kɩŋkɛŋcf-kɛnɛyʋgɛ1plenty, muchƲ kɛŋ doluŋ yʋgɛ kɩŋkɛŋ.He had very much power.
kɩŋkɛsɩmɩŋfried ball of bean-flour5.2Food
kɩrɩsɛto call (fowls)Ʋ kɩrɩsɛ jiŋŋee dɩ ba jʋʋ chigiŋ bʋbʋɔŋ.He called the chickens home to the henhouse. kɩsɛcfvɩ̀ato tabooTumuuloo ka kɩsɛ gɩlɩŋgaaŋ nɛ.The Tumu people taboo the crow. kogumoheavy brass armband, worn by women kokomodove, pigeon (gen. term)
kolikolturkey (form of tolitol) -komuŋa thing made out of, consisting of or containing many small partstɔɔkomuŋchewed tobaccomɩɩkomuŋear of millet (cut off) koŋbit which is put into the mouth of a horsejaaba niiŋ koŋhorse bit koo1tag questionƲ mʋ dɩa, koo?He went home, didn't he?