Nooni - English


mɛwMv1dance up and down2nod one’s head up and down to show agreement or approvalkeemɛwmɛwɛmɛɛkemɛɛkèmɛwɛɛbin
mɛyhlv1remain or continue to be2eternal; lasting forever and never coming to an end3alone; without anyone or anything else4only; one of a kindmɛyɛmɛytemɛytèmɛyɛɛ
mɛymɛyhlhladj1only way2exclusively3solely
mi1Mvswallow; to use the tongue and throat muscles to cause food or drink to move from the throat to the stomachkeemimiɛmiimiìmiɛ
mi2miL.Hquantsome; quantifier, noun class 9/10
mi3hl.Mhlquanta certain, noun class 4
miakemiakeLLLLLLideofermentedBvulɛm nu miakemiake.The fufu is fermenting.
miakɛnLLHvferment (of corn fufu)keemiakɛnmiakɛnmiakenemiakenèmiakenɛɛ
miaw1MMvwink the eyes; to close and open the eyes rapidlykeemiawmiawɛmiakemiakèmiawɛɛ
miaw2MMmiaw miawvwater by sprinklingmiawɛmiakemiakèmiawɛɛ
miaw3HMEnglish:meowideosound a cat makes: "meow"
miaw miawLL HHvspraykeemiaw miawmiaw miawmiaw miawemiaw miawèmiaw miawɛɛ
miɛm1MMadjoily sheen or oily lookfom
miɛm2HHvcompact; pack togetherkeemiɛmmiɛmɛmiɛmtemiɛmtèmiɛmɛɛcin
MiiHLnpquarter in Nkor located on the south side of Nkor over the mountain on the road to Bamti
mikɛnLHv1sprain; to twist or strain the muscles or tendons of a joint without breaking the bones of the joint2dislocate bones
Misajenpthe area located to the north of Noni Subdivision; Misaje also has come to be used to refer to the six language groups that bear similarities to the Nooni language: Nchane, Sari, Mungong, Naami (Bebe), Chung/Mbuk, and Kemedzung
miseLHv1sprinkle; for something such as rain to fall lightly2smear; to cover with something that is sticky or greasy3blow something outkeemisemisemiisemiisèmisɛɛ
misɛmMLn4tears; small drops of liquid that flow from the eyes during sadness or painO Kamalun nshɛ ntoŋ boˈicee wese, Nsɛm yì yuule fò bó lɛɛtene keseen, Njimtɛn, misɛm bô ɛlɛmɛ kebole nu ŋgbwey wvù to gbwee, ɛ̂ biloŋɛ bô dikum fò mwɛɛm to kuu.O Cameroon, Thou Cradle of our Fathers, Holy Shrine where in our midst they now repose, Their tears and blood and sweat thy soil did water, On thy hills and valleys once their tillage rose.
mo1Massocof or belonging to; associative marker which follows noun class 15 words to show some kind of relationship, association with, or even possession by the following wordMan nu mbvuum mo Yuŋse le.This is Yungse’s wine.
mo2bomoL.LLn1/2large extended family appellation for each other
Hprothird person plural pronoun class 15Mó nu moŋkom mem.They are my ladders.
Lrel prowhich; relative pronoun, class 15
moboleMHHprotheir; third person plural possessive pronoun, class 15
mobowenɛMLMHprothird person plural possessive pronoun, class 15; logophoric pronoun used only in reported speech