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sacrificekãabɛã̀-ɛ̀vsacrificeA kãabɛ la bagrɛ.Il a sacrifié au fétiche.der.kãabgɔder.kãabgɔ bĩmbĩnneder.kãabgɔ kẽemakãabgɔder. ofkãabɛnsacrifice
sadnesssũ-sã'aŋɔder. ofsũuren.compsadness
salaryyɔɔrɔder. of1nsalary
salekoosgoder. ofkoosensale
salespersonkɔɔsaɔ̀-ànsalesperson2Person
salivanõtoorʋmder. ofnõorɛ1nsaliva2.1Body
saltyaarʋmà-ʋ́nsalt5.2.3Types of food
salutation at arrivalpoore2ò-ènsalutation at arrival
salvationfãagrɛder. offãagɛnsalvation
samebʋyɩlaʋ̀-ɩ́-áirreg. infl.irreg. infl.ayɩla2proidentical, the samePɔka la bʋraa dagɛ bʋyɩla.A woman and a man are not the same.
sandtẽntõn-bĩ'isgoder. oftẽntõnnɔnsand1Universe, creation
Sand grouse (bird)zãmbalu'ureá-á-ú-énSand grouse (bird)1.6.1.2Birds
sandalstagtɛ 2á-ɛ́nsandalsder.tag-fʋrŋa
SaturdayAsibià-í-ínSaturday
saucezẽerɔ 1ẽ̀-ɔ̀nsauce5.2.3Types of food
savannah bamboomĩaĩ́-ánsavannah bambooAndropagon gayanus1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
Savannah Monitoriigoí-ónSavannah Monitor1.6.1.3Reptile
save upkẽgsɛẽ́-ɛ́vsave upKẽgsɛ si la!Économise le mil!
saviourfãagrader. offãagɛnsaviourAzezi n de tõma fãagra.C'est Jésus qui est notre sauveur.2Person
sawsɔyaɔ́-ánsaw6.7Tool
sayyeleè-èvsayYele ẽ tɩ a wa'am.Dis-lui de venir.der.yetɩ1
say goodbyekeeseé-évsay goodbyeA keese la a sɩrɛ.Il a dit au revoir à son ami.
say thatyetɩ1der. ofyelevsay thatA lerge yetɩ: «Mam ka bãŋɛ.»Il a répondu disant: «Je ne sais pas.»
sb. who was long living abroadkɔɔs-weegoɔ̀-è-ònsb. who was long living abroadBʋraa la de la kɔɔs-weego.L'homme est quelqu'un qui a duré à l'étranger.
scabieszãnkãnnɛã́-ã́-ɛ́nscabies2.5.2Disease
scaryisreí-énscar
scarfbɔbga2ɔ́-ánscarfsyndiiko5.4Adornmentdiikoí-ónscarfsynbɔbga2
scarificationwɛsga 1der. ofwese1wese2nscarification
scatterwɩrgɛɩ̀-ɛ̀vscatterNẽrba la wɩrgɛ kule mɛ.Les gens se sont dispersés et ils sont rentrés à la maison.
scholarbãŋrader. ofbãŋɛnscholar2Person
schoolkarẽndeoder. ofkarẽŋɛnschool6.5.1.2Types of houses
scissorspasʋaá-ʋ́-ánscissors6.7Tool
scorebiiseí-évscore a goalBa wẽ boole ka biise taaba.They played football without scoring a goal.
scorpionnãŋaã́-ánscorpion1.6.1.8Spiders
scrapeduugeú-évscrapeTorko la duuge la tãŋa.La charrette a frôlé un rocher.
scrapingtaalŋɔder. oftaalʋmnscrapingTaalŋɔ yãnɩ sa-gã'arɛ.Le reste vaut mieux que rien. (proverbe)
scratchẽbsɛẽ́-ɛ́vscratchA ẽbsrɩ la a nã'arɛ.Il se gratte son pied.
scratch soil3ɛ̀vscratch soilNõosɩ pɛɛrɩ la tẽŋa dita.Les poules grattent le sol pour manger.
seaatekoà-é-ònsea; oceanAnkra boe la ateko nõorʋm.Accra is located at the ocean.1.3Water
searcheerensearchsaasɛ2à-ɛ̀vsearchBa saasɛ la nayiga lɔgrɔ.Ils ont fouillé les bagages d'un voleur.
seasoningzẽerɔ 2ẽ̀-ɔ̀nseasoning
seatkʋ-dalader. ofkʋka1nseat
second hoeing of cropstulgader. oftulgensecond hoeing of crops
Secretary Birdmõomnõrɔɔṍ-ṍ-ɔ́nSecretary Bird1.6.1.2Birds
seeyẽ1ẽ́vseeMam yẽ ẽ.Je l'ai vu.der.yẽ2der.yẽa
see from far awaytũule1ṹ-évsee from far awayBa tũule yẽ ẽ na zãazãarɛ.Ils l'ont vu de loin.
seedbõnbuuriṍ-ú-ínseed
seed holesẽbgɔẽ́-ɔ́nseed hole
seedsbõn-bʋrganseeds
seepyũ'ugeṹ-évseepKo'om na yũ'uge mɛ.L'eau a suinté.