Akoose–English Dictionary


m


m-1pfxnoun prefix for nouns of class 1, preceding vowel initial stems (rare)mod,person.
m-2pfxnoun prefix for nouns of classes 3 and 4, preceding stems with b, p and mmbóbɛ,eyelash.
m-3pfxnoun prefix for nouns of class 6, preceding stems beginning with a vowelmǒl,oil.
m-4pfxI; verb prefix, first person singular (subject agreement marker), preceding verbs beginning with b, p and mmpebɛʼ,I am fanning.
m-5pfxverb prefix marking past tense, preceding stems with b, p and mammwɛ́,she drank.
m-6Cntx.var.ofn-3
ḿ-1Cntx.var.ń-1pfxverb prefix for nouns of classes 3 and 4 (subject agreement marker) preceding stems beginning with b, p and mnted ḿbɔ́ɔ́,the load fell apart.
ḿ-2Infl.var.ofn-3
ḿ1Cntx.var.ń1amof, associative marker for nouns of classes 3 and 4nhɔn ḿ mod,rich man.
ḿ2Cntx.var.ofń2
maaDial.var.mmaaproI too, combination of me plus -ʼɛ (?)
maaáʼideosound of goat bleating
-maadsfxverb stem suffix -med combined with imperfect aspect markerAheemaad áte.He is breathing.Cf.-med
mâbEnglishnmap
madPl.ofdyad
mákaEnglishn1mark, marking2embroidery
maln6kind of juju (made of nsém), masked mannkob ḿ malnzyɔg e mal
mâlDial.var.mâylEnglishn6mile
malérianmalaria
mamPl.ofdyam
mamáán1motherMamáá aá, nkag á dyɔn.Mother said, Iʼm going to the market.
maŋgenkind of animal
máŋgoleVar.máŋgəlefrom Portugese: manga via Dualamangoron61mango treeMangifera indicaÁdê alín á máŋgole áchyáa híin.That mango tree has borne a lot of fruits.2mango (fruit)3bush mangoMangifera gabonensisSyn.nhug
másɛEnglishn6mass