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εha (pl. ε-nom)
here; this
Aan, ]w] ha
Yes, he is here.
tumi
to be able, can, to be well-versed in, to have permission
hu, hunu
to see
]no, no
him, her, it
Mitumi ahu no anaa?
Can I see him?
we
ferε
to call
Yεferεw sεn?
What's your name? ('We call you what?')
Yεferε me Kofi Asante.
My name is Kofi Asante.
ka
to speak, tell, say
kyerε
to show, teach, advise
sεε
that
Mεka kyerε no sεε wow] ha.
I will tell him you are here.
Mitumi ak]
I am able to go. I am equal to the task. etc.
edin
name, reputation, and fame
ka kyerε.
to convey information or relate
nnε
today
]kyena
tomorrow
sukuu
school
Agoo
Is anybody there?
Amee
Come in.
εp] (pl. m-)
joint, bump, knob
εε
a question marker
Wo mpo mu εε?
How are you?
Me mpo mu deε b]k]].
I'm fine.
εdeεn
what, what thing
to make, do
εdeεn na wooyε?
What are you making?
noa
to boil, cook by boiling
fufuo
fufu (boiled and mashed yams or plantains served with soup)
Meenoa fufuo.
I'm making fufu
to like, be fond of, want, seek, provide, try to get
Wopε fufuo anaa?
Do you like fufu?
pa
good, much
papaapa, papapapa
very much, very good
Mepε fufuo papaapa.
I like fufu very much.
ampesie
ampesi (boiled and diced yams or plantains)
sεn
to surpass, pass; more than, than
Mepε ampesie sεn fufuo.
I like ampesi better than fufu.
nkwan
soup
abomuu
stew
ware
to be tall, long
nyinaa
all
duru
heavy
]panyin (pl. m-)
adult, old person, person of rank; old, aged
adesua
learning, study, education
akutu
an orange
nsa
palm wine, alcoholic beverage
bankye
cassava
segarεεte, segarεte
cigarette
di
to employ, use, eat, spend, consume
didi
to eat
t]n
to buy
t]
to sell
nom
to drink, smoke tobacco
hwehwε
to look for, search
afei
now
]seram (pl. a-)
moon, month
pεn
pen
pretty, nice, beautiful
sika
gold, money
so
to be big, large, much; to reach, arrive at
adideε
use, employment, benefit
adidiadidi
enjoyment of eating a food
adeε (deε) (pl. nneεma)
thing, part
emu (pl. a-)
whole, entirety
sua
to be small, few
eyi
this, these
baako
one
hyerεn
to penetrate, get through, shine
]kwan (pl. n-)
road, path, way
kyε
to last, endure; divide, separate, share
aho]den
strength, (literally 'body hard')
nea
he who, taht which, he whose, where
ahe
how much, how many, how long
nhoma (homa) (pl. ngoma)
skin, hide; vellum; book, letter; leather
foforo
new, another
]dan (dan) (pl. n- ~a-)
house, room, building
εbo] (pl. m-)
price; stone, pit, seed
fo
cheap, plenty, plentiful
kan
to count, read
kenkan
to read, count
akwadu (pl. n-)
banana
mpaboa (mpaboa)
shoe, pair of shoes
baako no
'the second one' 'the other one' as opposed to the one previously mentioned