Akoose–English Dictionary


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eé-1Neg.of:a-2
eé-2Infl.var.ofe-3
eʼéexclsurpriseEʼé, tɔ́mbɛle abóódé.Oh, the glass is broken.
éedɔɔexclexpression of sympathy
ehâbeʼhâbn7/8crust, covering of scabies
Ehálén.pr7DoualaÁ Ehálé də̂ bad bé Ehálé bébídé.Duala people come from Douala.
eʼhaŋ1n.mod14bigness, thicknessEʼhaŋ éʼ ndáb ábī éʼdé bwâm.The large size of his house is good.
eʼhaŋ2nbeing tied upNguu edé á eʼhaŋ.The pig is tied up.Syn.mehaŋgé 1
eháŋeʼháŋn7/81belt for climbingAchə́gnaad eháŋ dií.He is climbing the palm tree with a belt.2area where palm wine is tapped
eháŋ é hǒmeʼháŋ éʼ hǒmn7/8barren placeCf.hyaŋgú
eʼháŋgen14/6coat hanger
êhepartnot, not at all
ehééadjwhich, question adjective for nouns of class 9kém ehéé,which monkey.Cf. -héé2
éhééadjwhich, question adjective for nouns of classes 7 and 10kém éhéé,which monkeys.Cf. -héé2
éʼhééadjwhich, question adjective for nouns of classes 8, 14 and 19eʼnɔn éʼhéé,which birds.Cf. -héé2
eheleʼheln7/8red-flanked skink
eheleeʼheleVar.ehelenyamn7/81gumSyn.ehelenyam2cartilage
ehêmeʼhêmn7/8African bread fruit treeCf.pêm1
ehêm é nkááléeʼhêm bé nkáálén7/8tree with large fruits containing small edible seedsSyn.kɛ́d é nkáálé
ehenâgn71pain, hurt, injuryNzum eche béwáné ehédé mə́ ehenâg á yə̌l.Their fighting injured him.Ahédé mə́ ehenâg á yə̌l.He injured him.2wickednessNzumɛ́ adé ehenâg.Nzume is wicked.
ehɛleʼhɛln7/8monitor lizardCf.ebóténgulengɔmbengule
éhɛlsébɛ́adv.sperhapsÉhɛlsébɛ́ sóo dékɛ ekɛ chǎn.Perhaps we two will go on a journey tomorrow.
ehəkeeʼhəken7/81plotBébɛ́nlé waáb ehəke bán bébɔm mə́ á nzii.The friends planned to beat him on the road.2trickÉchén ehəke éche nyíhəkɛ́ɛ́ me nɛ́n, ébɛ́l chán?That trick which you plotted against me is for what?
ehə́ŋeʼhə́ŋn7/8gapDíbé ekób, élə̂g ehə́ŋ ngáne kúb ésɔ̄llē.Open the door and leave a gap for the hen to come in.