Likpakpaanl – English


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kijɔŋjɔŋnounslime
kijɔrknounfoolishnessM tun kijɔrk aatuln la.I acted foolishly. (did foolishness work)
kijɔtiikcfnounfriendship, fellowship between two malesM gee si |kijɔteek.I would like to be friends. (I like you friendship)
kijubaabakpl.tijubaabarnounscissors
kijukpl.njumcfkipileejukkpachalee1mpiin3njukaanounknife, cutlass, cutting implementkijubababrcomp.nounscissors/tongs
kijukumbuukpl.ŋijukumbucflikumbuultijunnpl. ofkijuŋnounpot for storing tijunn (dawadawa seeds)5.2Food
kijunjuŋpl.tijunjunnnounshadow
kijuŋpl.tijunnnounball of pounded dawa dawa seeds5.2.3.1Food from plants
kikaafiikpl.tikaafirnounshelter by the compound, used for drying various foods
kikaakarkpl.tikaakarnounyam shelter found on the farm, (yams are covered with leaves)5.2Food
kikaakpaakpl.tikaakparnounhigh shelter, verandah, used for drying grains5.2Food
kikaakucheekcflikaakulnouncemetery, graveyard
kikapeekpl.tikaparcfkikpalknounhigh-quality sleeping-mat
kikapiikpl.tikapirnounwoven door (from stalks)
kikekengeŋcfligenllikekenlngemnounsmall piece of cloth, scarf, handkerchiefRebeka nan di kikekengeŋ biin unimbil wɔb.Rebecca took her scarf and covered her face.
kikinnounyam [type]5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2Food
kikokoŋpl.tikokonnnounfish [type]1.6.1.5Fish
kikorkpl.tikor1nounclam5.2Food1.6.1.7Insect
kikɔŋnounleprosyAaronn kan ke uwon kpaln kikɔŋ ŋmeen.Aaron saw that she was covered with leprosy.
kikpaakpl.tikpaadial. var. oflikpaakool 1holiday
kikpaak1pl.tikpaacflikaklnounsplit guinea-corn-stalk mat, often used in a doorway
kikpaak2cfkoo4likpaakoollikpaasiilŋikpaakoolpl. oflikpaakoolnounfarmBaa cha kikpaak din.They don't go to farm to-day. (it is forbidden to do so)
kikpaalɔŋpl.tikpaalɔnnnounpocket
kikpaatuuŋpl.tikpaatuunnounspear