Akoose–English Dictionary


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sááɒːbesáán1/2fathersáá mbwɔ́gsáá ngwɛɛsáa nhɔn
Sááɒːn1LordCf.Sáŋgwɛ́
sáá a súubesáá bé súun1/2kind of large fish
saadînsaadînEnglishn9/10sardine
saámbɛ́numseven
saámbɛ́ ébɛexprisky position
sáá mbwɔ́gɒːbesáá bé mbwɔ́gn1/2head of the family
-saansfxverb stem suffix combined with imperfect aspect markerSêwâmsaan akɛ.We are hurrying to go.Cf.-sɛn
saá nɛ́ɛpartnot so?, isnʼt it?
sáá ngwɛɛɒːbesáá bé ngwɛɛn1/2highest rank in the ngwɛɛ society
sáa nhɔnɒːbesáa bé nhɔnn1/2highest rank of Ahon
saasaaaːideosparinglyEbə́l é kém édyákɛ̄ saasaa.A certain kind of monkey eats sparingly.
sabébesabén1/2orange, grape,” grapefruitCitrus sinensissabé ambáásabé a ndɛnɛsabé a ngɛ̂nsabé a nkaŋsabé a nzyɔg
sabé ambáán1/2grapefruit
sabé a ndɛnɛn1/2mandarinSyn.tanjɔrîn
sabé a ngɛ̂nn1/2lime, lemonSyn.sabé a nkaŋ
sabé a nkaŋn1/2lemonSyn.sabé a ngɛ̂n
sabé a nzyɔgn1/2large, dry lemon
sabloŋbesabloŋVar.sabloon1/2cactus (planted for protection; juice can damage eyes)Euphorbia kamerunica
sablooVar.ofsabloŋ
-sadadj1small (takes agreement prefix for nouns of classes 1-19)2youngerMwǎn asad.A small child. The younger son.Cf.asadásadbésadesadésadéʼsadmésadńsad
saképartit is notSaké me nwóó enén ndáb.It is not me who owns that house.Syn.haké
saké-ʼaápartit is not also
salɛ́besalɛ́n1/2house ratRattus rattusSyn.sǎlpəə