Likpakpaanl – English
gaa1flare up, catch (fire)gaa chiibder.catch fire (after setting fire to charcoal, the pieces catch) gaa2cut (trees, firewood etc)bi gaa tinimoor.They cleared the ground for yam mounds. gaa3singBi gaa ilahn.They sang songs. gaa4cfgaakiikii2kii2kpamaa2maa‑kpa‑gaakii‑damtake, get, accept, catchM ga gaa si.I will welcome/receive you.itaangaarcomp.sp. var.itangarbit (for horse's mouth) gaaliicfdi liiŋmarŋŋmarndeliverance, salvation gaango away, go freeAa yaa di u lii kan, aa taa cha u li gaan iŋaalpeen.When you set him free do not let him go empty-handed. gaardial. var. ofgur2remain gaarremain (cf. bee, gur) gaawɔbtrap, snareUma le pen gaawɔb ke u chuu mi.He is the one who has set a trap to catch me. gafaraexcuse me, I am sorryM ŋa si gafara.Please excuse me. gala gala(speak) harshly...le ki len binib ngbaan chee gala gala....and spoke harshly to the people.
galkcfchotobe sour, bitter5.2Food
galninf. var.galniaccuse, blame, judge guilty
gangafiikchicken pox, smallpox2.5.2Disease
ganncfimaagannyaklseparate mixed things, pick out, choose, discriminate gaŋcfmee1request, beg, clap cupped hands in request gar1take notice of, mind, regret, be sorryUsui gar He is sorry (he accidentally killed a fowl) gar2cfngarmder. ofgar2replyngarmder.cfgar2giinngiin2 an answer, reply gar3amaze, astonish...le ni gar bi ke baatiŋ gaa mmii a....they were amazed to see their city go up in flames.
garigarri, dried ground cassava (see banchi)220.127.116.11Food from plants