dɩnkadɪ̃́ŋká v.1put on top ofNɔpʋ ogyatin amʋ dɩnka mɩ nkanta ba woyitɔ.I carried a stick of firewood to my house on my shoulder.Oyin amʋ yɔdʋ dɩnka bʋ amʋ ɔtantra.The man climbed on to the mountain top.Alapʋ dɩnka mɩ sʋ.He has "put the ball in my court."He has put (something) on me.8.5.1.3.1AboveIdiom:kwɛ dɩnka isinsʋfortunateph. v.dɩnka ɩdaname (v)fʋ dɩnkafloat2to be evidentNtsrakpabi tɛdɩnka onye.The stars come out at night.Nyankpʋtaa ladɩnka bʋsʋ, sʋ nyankpʋ amʋ móotswie.A rainbow has come on the mountain, so it will not rain.2.3.1.5Visiblecomp.dɩnka ansɩ Xsʋaware of X3according toFabwɛ dɩnka mɩ ɔmɛsʋ.You have respected me.You have done what I said.

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