Ng'otho

verb;

sex.

e.g.

chiae mang'otho wadgi ema medo chiae mang'eny.

en

livestock that have sex adds more livestock to the farm.


By James Abonyo

September 21, 2019

Mbuta

noun;

Nile perch

e.g.

wachamo mbuta mochwaki e dho wath.

en

we have eaten boiled nile perch at the lake shore.


By James Abonyo

September 21, 2019

Tich adek

Wednesday.

e.g.

Warad tich adek.

en

Let's meet on Wednesday.


By Nyamburko

September 20, 2019

e

used to prefix a verb,adverbs, noun and pronoun to denote a subjective case in transgender notation. /opposite: "-na"/

e.g.

miy-e mar-e kodwar-e kend-e

en

give 'him/her' 'his/her' if 'she/he' wants it alone.


By James Abonyo

September 24, 2019

Ee

Yes.

e.g.

Ee. chiemo nitie.

en

Yes, there is food.

 


By Nyamburko

September 20, 2019

Maka

Those (very far from the parties conversing)

e.g.

Maka ikao kawuono.

en

Those will be taken today.


By Nyamburko

September 20, 2019

Kik

Don't

e.g.

Kik item lao janeko.

en

Don't try chasing a mad person.


By LMJ

September 18, 2019

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