Likpakpaanl – English


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kikpakpapeŋpl.tikpakpapennnountree [type]1.5.1Tree
kikpalkpl.tikparcfkikapeeknounlong Mossi shirt
kikpaluudaakpl.tikpaluudaacfluu1nounweaving loom
kikpanjepɔkrpl.tikpanjepɔkrnounegg shell
kikpanjuuknounsoup leaves [type]5.2.3.1Food from plants5.2Food
kikpaŋpl.tikpannnounhunting (a lone hunter goes to hunt)
kikpawuŋnounoven5.2Food
kikpeeknounappetite, be in haste to do somethingTinann aakpeek le joo u.He had a great desire for meat. (meat desire holds him)
kikpeeŋpl.tikpeennounhernia
kikpetukpl.tikpeturnounmortar, pounding-pot
kikpiiknounhip joint
kikpɔkpɔŋnountree [type]1.5.1Tree
kikpuwuuŋpl.tikpuwuunnounsmoking apparatusmetal bowl with holes in which fish or other food is smoked; clay support; fire5.2Food
kikukurkdial. var.tikukurnounfeather
kikukuuncfnkokomoontikokonlnounthread or rope made of cotton
kikumbuukpl.tikumburnounclay or aluminium pot for cooking soup5.2Food
kikumɔŋnoungreediness, selfishness, never satisfied
kikunjuŋnounsoup seeds [type]5.2.3.1Food from plants
kikurkpl.tikurtikur1cftikur1pl. ofkikurknoun1iron, metal, roofing sheet2hour (in colonial days, a metal gong was sounded every hour)
kikusɔŋnounfugitive, refugee
kilaanpl.tilarnounbig string bag or net, could be a fishing net
kilangbigbirpl.tilangbigbirnounsnake [type]1.6.1.3Reptile
kiloloŋpl.tiloloonnouncorner
kiloŋpl.tilonnnoundrum shaped like an hour-glass, a hollow thing
kilookpl.tiloornounlittle goatskin bag with drawstring, used for small bush animals caught. General term for bag.