Akoose–English Dictionary


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sálkaSpell.var.sálákaFulfuldesadakansacrifice
sǎlpəəbesǎlpəən1/2house ratRattus rattusSyn.salɛ́
sámɛ́ɛ́n1diarrhoeaCholera asiaticaAnyag sámɛ́ɛ́.He has diarrhoea.
sánkalabesánkala?n.mod1/2important, big
sáŋsáŋn9/101father2older manechem sáŋ,my father.Cf.sóŋ1sóó
sáŋgút.adterm of address, mister, master, sirA-sáŋgú, hyǎg.Sir, please come.
sáŋgwɛ́besáŋgwɛ́n1/2mister, master, lordsáŋgwɛ́ a ndáb
Sáŋgwɛ́n.pr1LordCf.Sáá
sáŋgwɛ́ a ndábbesáŋgwɛ́ bé ndábn1/2house owner, master of the house
sáŋ kə́lébesáŋ kə́lén9/10father-in-law
sápesápeEnglishn9/10shop
sátan e mwǎnn9/10naughty child
Sátanɛn.pr1Satan
Sátedɛ́Besátedɛ́Englishn1/2Saturday
se-pfxnot, negative verb prefix used in neutral verb formsAsebíi.He doesn’t know.
seadv.degintensifier, degree wordAhɛle se akɛ.She can even/just go.se á dyǒbse ámīnseʼ bɔɔ́dse etûn
1pro1we, pronoun first person plural exclusive2I, pronoun first person singular exclusive, when in a coordinate noun phrasesé mwǎnne,I and my brother.
2adv.ldown, under, belowCf.ásē
sê-pfxwe; verb prefix, first person plural exclusiveCf.de-
se á dyǒbadv.phright up in the sky
se ámīnadv.phright up
sebsebn9/10kind of squirrel
séběnemph.demourselves; first person plural emphatic pronoun
seʼ bɔɔ́dadv.phfrom very long ago
se etûnadv.ph1far away, distant2for a long time