lodgingso21sonhouse, room, building, lodging, home, village, homeland
logyirikurunyirikurunnlog, trunk of cut treeYirikurun mɛnna ji la cogo o cogo, o ti se ka kɛ banba ye.However long a log stays in the water, it doesn’t become a crocodile.1.4.5Parts of a plantlɔgɔbololɔgɔbolonchunk of wood, log
long time ago (a)lawalilawalina log time ago, in former times, long ago, past times
long time withoutfama 2famaà-ávibe away a long time, to be for a long time withoutI famana kosɛbɛ !You’ve been away a long time!I famana ka na yan wa ?Has it been a long time since you came here?
longevitybalo12baloá-óvtnourrir, faire vivreAla ka deen balo !May God keep the child in life ! (e.g. blessing given to a baby)Yesu ye mɔgɔ waa duuru balo.Jesus fed five thousand people.simaya 2simayavlog life, longevity
lookfilɛfilɛí-ɛ́vtlook, examine, consider, visit, pay attention toWari filɛ !Here’s the money!Nne filɛ !Here I am!A filɛ !Look!Sigilan filɛ !Have a seat!An b’a filɛ.We will see.ɲaa11ɲaaáneye, sight, look, expressionɲɛɛ 12.1Bodyɲa11ɲaánface, eye, sight, look2.1Bodyɲanayeɲanayenvisual aspect, expression, look, appearance
look afterkɔlɔsi21kɔlɔsiɔ̀-ɔ̀-ívguard, watch over, look afterladamuladamuveducate, bring up, train, look after, maintain, inform, feed, take care oftɔpɔtɔtɔpɔtɔvlook after well, watch over, take car of, maintain, keep in shapeA ye nusokɔrɔnin tɔpɔtɔ.He looked after the old woman.
look after (sheep, goats)gwɛngwɛngwɛngwɛnvto herd, look after (sheep, goats)6.3Animal husbandry
look after (wound)ladilanladilanvarrange, repair, put right, mend, treat, look after (wound)
look atlajɛ 1lajɛvtlook at, examine, visitBaasi tɛ. N bi taga yɔrɔ wɛrɛ lajɛ.No problem, I will go and look elsewhere.N bi tele lajɛ fitirida fɛ.I watch the television in the evening.An b’a fɛa ka taga Gana jamana lajɛ.We hope to go and visit Ghana.
loop sth.dasiri2dasiriá-ì-ívloop sth., buckle, fasten or tie a bag
looseyoloyoloyoloyoloò-ò-ó-óvbi too large, be loose (bracelet, belt), float, driftsa11saàcfsa1sayavidie, go off, cease, finish, loose, disappearKalo ma sa fɔlɔ.The month has not yet ended.Ni kalo sara.At the end of the monthɲamatunuɲamatunuvget lost, go missing, loose, disappear