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ja1Hv1leave2move3come out from, originate from4departƐ mami wvudvu ke ja no gɛne, gɛn tasɛn bô kenfefe.A time came when she rose and went and met a blind person.keejajajaajaàjaɛ
ja2Hadv1often2usually3typically
jaayHHv1dismay2brokenness of the heart resulting from amazement at something3surprise4embarrassmentkeejaayjaayɛjaayijaayìjaayɛɛ
ja loH Lv1leave early2"You are joking!"keeja loja lojaa lojaà lojaɛ losaa lo bvudvuu, baa lo kɛmbuŋ, buy kensuu ndvu le
jamHFulfuldeex1well2okay3no trouble
janMprep1here, in a broad geographical sense2in these parts or in this areaBese nu jan Bamenda.We are here in Bamenda.fɛn
jaŋ1Mv1proclaim aloud publicly2announcekeejaŋjaŋɛjaaŋkejaaŋkèjaŋɛɛfɛwci
jaŋ2Ln9rainƐbvubwɛ nu ɛ jaŋ to she lo ɛ bokɛnɛ lem baay.On that day it did not rain and the women worked a lot.jaŋ bincaaL LLLn9rainfall in November or early December for planting of early corn in marshy areasjaŋ biŋkomL LMn9rain in Ŋgbwele (August) during which guinea corn seedlings are transferred from the nursery to the farmjaŋ boffunL LLn9rain during Ɛwvuuyɛɛ (December) when guinea corn has just floweredjaŋ ɛbewL MMn9rain with hailstonesjaŋ lawkene loL LHH Ljaŋ yi lawkene; jaŋ yi lawɛɛnn9lightningjaŋ mondvuumL MMLn9rain in Njewe (March)jaŋ Nyoʼjaŋ nffumL Mn9rain stormjaŋ NyoʼL Ln9rain in Njewe (March)jaŋ mondvuumjaŋ ŋgówL Mn9gentle rain which comes like mist and continues; during this rain termites emerge from the earthjaŋ yì baykeneL M LHHn9rain accompanied by thunderjaŋ yì yvuukeL M LLHn9mist, light rainjaŋ
jaŋ3Mvrequest for a physical lovekeejaŋjaŋɛjaaŋkejaaŋkèjaŋɛɛkenjaŋ
jaŋ4Lngrass with comb-like leaves
jaŋ5Mnfear, fright, or terror; the feeling caused by the nearness of danger or the possibility of something bad happeningnfan
jasbaHLEnglish:jaspernBibl.precious diamond-like green stone written about in the New Testament
jasintHLEnglish:jacinthnBibl.a precious blue or blue-green stone found in parts of the world and written about in the New Testament
jawMv1search for some thing2ramblekeejawjawɛjaakejaakèjawɛɛgase
ja weM lhvstand up from a sitting or lying down positionBó to nu ɛ gɛn no fɛle wvú, ɛ ɛ̀ ke no nu ɛjim jo ɛdiuw ɛfaa, ɛ wvú kɛw no yuuke fwefwe, jaa we shiile, fɛle binfɛ bô bonyii.She started receiving treatment and after two days she started responding well. She could sit up and converse with people.ja wejaa wethanks jaà wejaɛ weleem we, nɛ we
jaw ndvujaw ndvúH Mn9/10piece of cloth
jay1Mvurinate, pass waterkeejayjayɛjaytejaytèjayɛɛ
jay2bojayHL.LHLn1/21error2mistake3fault4shortcomingWo kee bojay bosɛsen bocii.You know all our faults.
jeL.Hn9/101path or trail2road3way4opportunityJe yin befe baay.This road is very poor.Kɛ je nu dvú kɛ.There is no way.fijetɛlɛ
jeeMLjiev1good, fine, or nice2excellent3satisfyingFí jee lo.It is very good.keejeejoŋ
jekɛjékɛLLjewn9/10elephant grass
je kpweŋjé keŋL M.H Mn3/4, 9/10furrow in a farm; a long narrow trench for planting dug in the earth
jé le jé leidmany waysNyoʼ nu ɛ duŋcɛ ɛ̂ jé le jé le lɛ wen nu dvú.God showed it in many ways that He exists.
jem1jémL.Hn9/10war
jem2jémL.Hn9/10grave pitBokɛnɛ be keyte bvulɛm, ɛ bolemsɛ cimte jem.The women are cooking fufu and the men are digging a grave.
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