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afonflo1afoɱfloʔpl. offonflocaterpillar
afonflo2afoɱflo(H)n.forest vine named after a caterpillarAfonflo fla igyi fla kʋa mʋ́ ntsu lofuli. Ɩma ɔlɩn ha atɔ klɩ.This vine is a vine that has white fluid. It is not strong for tying.1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
afɔdɩɛafɔdɪɛ(H) From:Akanafɔrɩn.voluntary offering, such as a church collection, or first fruits,Alapʋ ɩwɩ bɔ afɔdɩɛ la ɔkpa amʋ ha anɩ. He has volunteered himself to repair the road for us.Ɔlɔbɔ afɔdɩɛ amʋ asubwi amʋsʋ.He made the sacrifice on the altar.Bulu lɔpʋ mʋ bi Yesu bɔ afɔdɩɛ anɩ nwunsʋ.God offered his son Jesus as a sacrifice for us.cfmbusuoblasphemy4.9.5.5Offering, sacrifice4.9.8Religious things4.9.7.7Animism comp.afɔdɩɛbwialtar
afɔdɩɛbwiafɔdɪɛbʷicomp. ofafɔdɩɛibwi 1n.coined term for altar4.9.8Religious things
afɔɔafɔ̌ːpl. ofɔfɔɔstranger
afrekuaafrekua(H)Akann.a musical bell held on a finger and played by striking with a ring on the thumb4.2.3.5Musical instrument
AfrikaafríkaFrom:EngAfrican.continent of Africa9.7.2.6Names of continents
afrimuafrímúpl.mfrimuFrom:Akanafrimn.donkeyEquus africanus asinusAfrimu tɔsʋra atɔ dʋn ɔpɔnkɔ.A donkey carries things more than a horse.Synlanduudonkey6.3.1.7Beast of burden
afu1afúʔ (H) n.1windAfu teyinta blɔdɩ ndɔtɔ. Wind always spoils plantain in the farms.Papa nɩ. Bʋtɔpʋ fwi afu. This is a fan. They use it for blowing wind.cfalankplastorm1.1.3.1Windder.atsufustorm2air1.1.3Weathercomp.hɔ afusmell
afu2afu(H) n.1lumps on the body, or on a treeOyi ánɩ́ mʋ́ wɩ bʋ afu a, bʋtamapʋ sre oplimbi.They never carve a pestle out of a bumpy sapling.A tree that has bumps, they never take and carve into a pestle.sg.ifu28.3.1.3.1Flat2foam; bubblesƆkwaɩ amʋ ma ogya, mʋ́ sʋ ɩtama lɩn afu.The soap is not good and so it does not produce foam.1.3.2Movement of water1.2.3.1Liquid
Afuaafúá(H)sp. var.AfiaEfiaFrom:AkanAfua/Efiader. ofFiedapropn.girl's name; Friday bornAfua mʋa Kofibi bɔkwɩɩ ɔkɛwʋlɛ nɩ, tamɛ Kofibi ladan dʋn Afua.Afua and Kofibi were born on the same day, but Kofibi is older than Afua.Genkwɩɩdaday namecfKofiKofi9.7.1.1Personal names8.4.1.3.1Days of the week
afuliafúliʔpl. ofifulicorpseder.afulitɔthe dead
afulitɔder. ofafulipl. ofifuli-tɔ 2n.the place where the recent dead resideAfulitɔ gyi ɔtɩnɛ ánɩ́ afuli bʋteyetsia nɩ bopula amʋ́ ɔma.Among the dead is the place that dead people go to live after they are buried.2.6.6.8Life after death1.4.1Dead things
afunuafunuʔ(L) n.a lieAfunu wa ma alɛ. Tsufɛ, Bulu ɔbɛ́ɛ, afunupʋ bʋmɛ́ɛba mʋ iwie ogyikpa ɩnʋ. Telling lies is bad, because God says, liars will not come to his kingdom (heaven) there.Ɔhaa tamawa afunu dʋn Afuakebi Wurupong wulu anfɩtɔ.No-one tells lies more than Afuakebi in this Wurupong town.cfnnonyɔfalsehood3.5.1.3.2Tell a lieder.ofunupʋliarcomp.wa afunulie
afutɔafútɔ́ʔ(L)n.airObubwi na afutɔ.Birds fly in the air.cfnwʋlʋta 2sky1.1.2Air
afutuoafutúóFrom:Akanafutun.counsel; adviceHa mʋ afutuo, osi atɔ wi.Advise him to stop stealing.afutuo ɔhapʋcounselorcftɔɩ kplaadvisetu ɔfʋadvise3.3.3.7Warn3.5.1.2.8Emphasize
afʋfʋafʊfʊʔn.lungsAkpʋn bʋ ɔdwɛ dʋn afʋfʋ.Liver is sweeter (tastes better) than lungs.Nɩ fʋdɛ sigarɛtɩ nun a, fʋ afʋfʋ teyinta. Fʋtɔkɔsɩ wu.If you are smoking cigarette, your lungs spoils and you die quickly.2.1.8Internal organs
afwɩ1afwɪ n.bark of a treeOyi ɩkʋ afwɩ ana igyi afa, ánɩ́ ɩtɛtsa ɩlɔ ɩkʋ ana.The bark of some trees is medicine that heal some sicknesses.Bʋtesre nyi kʋ afwɩ nɩna mʋ́ nun fɛ afa. They peel some tree's bark, cook it and drink it as medicine.1.5.5Parts of a plant
aganɛagánɛ(H)dial. var.nyankpʋkpie2Nn.little brown scorpionOrder: ScorpionesBamɔ aganɛ amʋʋ ɔlɔsʋra kebi amʋ.They have killed the scorpion that stung the child.cfnyankpʋkpie1 2scorpion1.6.1.8Spider