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wag fingerchẅee tumbwov
wage warlɨ́ʉʼ 2v
wailingŋguununspec. comp. formkwée ŋgu
waistntaan
waitpɛ́ 1vPɨŋ pɛ, mɨniŋ ka zye kyeŋkyeŋ. They waited and the animals began to get tired.zẅéʼv
wake upgùŋvzòŋ2 2v
walknìŋ 1vunspec. comp. formniŋniŋunspec. comp. formŋkiniŋ
walking stickntʉn
wall (of house)saa 2n
wanderpúguv
wantlèi 2v
warnchwon
war spymanaanManaa ta nkuaʼ tʉ no kẅiɛʼ yʉʼ ndɨ ncho.In wartime, a spy climbs a tree to watch.
warmpíɛv
warm oneselfzúavNo feɨ mbi no zuɑ munooŋ.The snake came outside to warm itself in the sun.
washsòo1vunspec. comp. formsòo mbɨŋcomp.soo mɨsugo
wash oneselfsòo mbɨŋv
waspfei1n
wastenùʼ 1v
waterŋki2nunspec. comp. formma ŋkiunspec. comp. formŋki ndeŋʼ
water boatmanŋgẅɛʼ nzʉʼn
water yamfu2n
waterfallHoŋ two mbɨŋnprop
waterholenteeŋ ŋkinwaŋ1n
wepieŋʼ1Pers;i
we (some)pʉgʉ2Pers;i
we (two)puʼ2Pers;i
we and theypʉgʉ-a pouPers;iClement ya kieʼ pʉgʉ-a pou ndei ŋgɨʉ la, a mbi ze sẅei wɨ ŋgieʼ a twotwo ndiɛʼ sɨndoŋ. Clement who was to go with us, first told me that he was coming, but remained on the road.
weak, bekʉʼv
wearmɛ̀ʼ 3vmɛʼ nzẅiunspec. comp. formmɛ̀ʼ pwounspec. comp. formmɛ̀ʼ sye
weavetúŋ 4v
wedding (ceremony)zuaʼn
weeds, thickpiɛʼn
weekŋgye1n
weepzáa 1v
weevilfuʼn
weightfʉʼn
welcomekóŋʼv
wellwaŋ1n
well, besoŋʼ 2AdjA ye soŋʼ.He is well.Kẅimaŋkoʼ gieʼ, mbɨŋ-e soŋʼ pɨ. Tortoise said he was not feeling fine.
wet, begʉ́ɨ 2vunspec. comp. formgʉ́ɨ nzuaʼ
what?1interrogunspec. comp. forma chẅee kɨ
whenŋgɨʉverbprt
when?ndɨ kɨinterrog