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ajambala

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Season 3 (October-December)

ajola

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That person is cool.

akotʃa

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s-he thanks you

akotʃi

pen

alafu

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then

alála

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cassava leaves

aoulu

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dark

aswakaˈ

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kind of cake made from cassava root

aɲoni

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bird

basóːʃi

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adults

bi’sa:tu

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3

bibele

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two

bikjanga

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hours

binaʧi

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four

bisatu

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three

bu’su:kṳ

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Night

bwáːna

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children

bíláːto

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shoes

bɛngéːle

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beans and maize

e.támbáːla

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scarf

ebala

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Season 2 (May-September)

ekjanga

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hour

ekoloʔju

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good-evening

ekoma

mortar

ekombe

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Cup 1

embe

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mango

enteːndu

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banana

hinga

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week

ibetʃa

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to boil X

ibuku

Book

ijotʃa

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to cool X down

ikatakata

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to keep cutting

ikjabeʔa

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to soak

ikomja

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to dry X

ikóːma

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dry

injata

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to walk

iso néːnwa

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sad

isowakéːlwa

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happy 2

isóːka

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wet

itulula

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to remove from heat/fire

itʃuta

pound

itʃíːtʃi

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small 2

jakubaʔwa

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to be built

jamʔolu

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big

janíːa

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small 1

je:nda

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9

kjeŋge

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cassava (dry after soaking)

káːnzu

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dress

leíʃa

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sweet

lusuku

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day

makji

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water

matunda

fruit

maumima’be:le

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20

maʃōkíʃ

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socks

mietʃi

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months

mini:ti (Swahili)

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Minutes

miɛ́ːnda

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cloths

mjuetʃe

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moon

mmima

mnjuŋgu

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in the pot

msóːʃi

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adult

mto:ba

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6

mtʃo:ba

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Noon/Afternoon (18:25)

mwabiuʔe

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morning greeting

mwaikeʃe

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I am leaving response

mwakotʃa

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y’all thank

mwasébe

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good-day

mwaʃikale

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I am leaving

mwele

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knife

mwetʃi

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month

mwinginabu’su:kṳ

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Midnight

mwáûnge

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night greeting

mwáːna

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child

máːki

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water

mʷenʤi

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seven

m̩bali

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ball

m̩ʃi

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pestle

m̩ʔmbate

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cassava (raw)

naloba

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cat

ndeímo

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lemon

ngjálà

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claw/fingernails

nguku

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hippo

ni:ti (Swahili)

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Minute

njuŋgu

pot

nkóːmba

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brew from a banana (sweet or fermented)

nusu (nusu)

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small pieces

papaìju

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papaya

páːn.talo

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pants

sawa

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It’s right.

sukáːli

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sugar

toɲoni

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birds

tukjosoːla

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we drink

umdʒi

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Season 1 (January-April)

untônde

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star

wakotʃa

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you thank

ʃiʔeta

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then

ʃíːpo

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skirt

ʃōkíʃ

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sock

ʔemo

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one

ʔenane

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eight