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suomonshea tree (Vitellaria paradoxa)1.5.1Tree
suomuŋnbeginning
suondiibiena sunbird1.6.1.2Bird
suondimulona kind of plant 1.5Plant
suonuŋna bean1.5.5Parts of a plant
suoŋgulumuŋnboiled cake of pounded beans5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds
suorinHymenocardia acida1.5.1Tree
suosivto drain completelyLeŋ dɩ lɩɩ la kala suosi.Let the water drain out completely.
suosuonfiber sponge5.6.2Bathe
surivto openKɛŋ boiŋ suri.Open the door.
surumcffʋɩɩkurumsiyeuusɔmadjquietBɛɛ nɛ tɩɩ lee la kala ŋaa surum ŋɩɩ?Why is the whole place so quiet?
susun(Twi) contributionMá ŋaa susu.Make a contribution.
susuŋnmedicine made from leaves2.5.7.2Medicine
susuoru/susuorona traitor
susuoruŋnbetrayalsusuoruŋbetray sb.
suuhalɩŋnguinea fowl egg1.6.1.2Bird
-suuluŋadjsfxfullpupoisuuluŋa full pot
suuŋnguinea fowl1.6.1.2Bird
suupugonnest of a guinea fowl1.6.1.2Bird
v1to rustŊ joŋ sɩa a hɛ lɩɩŋ tʋɔŋ, ʋ jaŋ sʋ.If you put a knife into water it will get rusty.8.3.7.8.1Rust2to put poison onto sth.Baal la sʋ ʋ sɩala nɛ.The man put poison on his knife.
sʋavto lace, to embroiderƲ sʋa gɛrɩŋ baŋŋaa.He embroidered the neck of the dress.
sʋgɛvto propose marriage (to approach a girl for the first time)Mɩ maala jaŋ sʋgɛ haala.My older brother will propose to a girl.
sʋgʋlʋŋndawa-dawa tree or fruit (Lat. parkia biglobosa)1.5.1Tree
sʋlcfpɩɛsɛv1to beg forƲ sʋl kɩaa.He begged for things.6.8.3.4Beg2to make an appeal to sb., to ask for, beseechMɩ jaŋ sʋl sarɩyadiire dʋʋ leŋ wɩɩla.I will appeal to the magistrate to set the case aside.