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Ahundwoahṹnʤó (H)propn.town off the main road southwest of Ahenkrolocated at 7° 6' 35"N, +0° 18' 50"E9.7.2.3Names of cities
ahʋhwɛahʊhwɛ́From:Akanahwɩhwɛn.a mirrorAhʋhwɛ bʋtɔpʋ kɩ ansɩtɔ.They use mirror to look at one's faces.5.4Adornment5.1Household equipment2.3.1.7Reflect, mirrorcomp.ansibi ahʋhwɛglasses
ahʋmɩtɩn.sorrow, mourning3.4.2.2Sorry2.6.6.4Mourn
ahʋrotiaahʊ́rotia(H)n.a variety of plantain. Ahʋrotia has short fingers that are similar to bananas.Genblɔdɩplantain6.2.1.4.2Growing bananas
akaakápl. ofɔka1wife
akanlɛakanlɛ́(H) n.complementary; going well togetherBodobodo mʋ́a paya bʋ akanlɛ. Bread and avocado go well together.8.3.7.7.3Compatible3.4.1.2Happy
akapɛakapɛ́ʔ(H)From:Akanakapɛn.a pair of scissorsAnɩtɔpʋ akapɛ dɩnkɩ anɩ imi nɩ ɩbla. When our hair is too long we cut it with scissors.We use scissors to cut our hair when it is long.6.6.1Working with cloth5.4.3.5Cut hair6.7.1Cutting tool
akatsaakat͡sa(H) From:Eweaxatsen.a gourd rattleNɩ bʋdɛ akwɛ da, akatsa ma mʋ́tɔ a, ɩma anulɛ. Mʋ́ sʋ Agbagyafɔ bʋtɔwʋsʋ akatsa tsɔtsɔɔtsɔ wa amʋ́ pleitɔ nɩ. If they are drumming, without maracas it doesn't sound well. Because of this Agbadza dancers (they) always shake many maracas in their dance group.4.2.4Dance4.2.3.5Musical instrument
akatuaakatuan.salary6.8.6Money6.9.2Work for someone6.8.2.7Earn
akaʋakaʊ́ʔ(H) adj.cooked in the skin; used only of cocoyamMankani ánɩ́ igyi putuputu, fʋmɛ́ɛtalɩ sre mʋ́ a, bʋtɛnɩna mʋ́ afwɩtɔ. mʋ́gyi akaʋ nɩ. Cocoyam that is very small, you will not be able to peel it, they always cook it in its skin. This is akaʋ.5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skin5.2.3.4Prepared food
akekeakeképl. ofkekewagon; trailer; chariot
akɛntɛakɛntɛpl. ofkɛntɛbag; pocket
akianakíãpl. ofkianlarvae
akiikiakîːkipl. ofkiki1spectacles
akisitɔakisitɔder. ofkisia-1 1ɔ- -tɔn.things that have been forbidden4.9.5.6.1Taboo5.2.3.5Prohibited food4.9.7.7Animism