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proveseereya 2seereyaviwitness, testify, vouch for, prove
proverbsanasanavar.zananproverb, story, folktale, riddletalen1talenà-évar.zananproverb, short story, parable, folk-taleSonsannin bɔnin lo fali ma nga a deen tɛ.The hare resembles the donkey (long ears) but it is not it's child. (Proverb)zanazana var.sanatalen1nproverb
provide4 1ɔ́vprovide, supply, furnish, produce, make, practice
provide forbolola2bololavorganize, provide for, to plan, establish sth., implement (sth.)daɲinidaɲinivprovoke (to speak), provide for, feedɲasigi2 1ɲasigivtmake provision for, anticipate, provide forsini ɲasigimake provision for the futureI ye nne ɲasigi ?Have you got anything for me ?
provided thatjankojankoconjso that, in order to, above all, provided that, as long as, becauseAw k'aw faa n'aw baa bonya, janko ne, Masaba aw ka Ala be jamana min d'aw ma, aw ka sijan sɔrɔ o kɔnɔ.Respect your father and your mother, so that you may live a long time in the land that God gives you.jango 1jangoã̀-óadvprovided that, as long as, because, so thatjango a ka ɲɛsangosangoprovided that, so as
providential rescuealafarankanalafarankaná-á-á-á-ã́n.compprovidential rescue, divine help
providerminandilaminandilansupplier, provider
provinceporovɛnsiporovɛnsinprovincemara2maraà-ánregion, territory, province, kingdom, authority, dominion4.2Government
provision for (make)ɲasigi2 1ɲasigivtmake provision for, anticipate, provide forsini ɲasigimake provision for the futureI ye nne ɲasigi ?Have you got anything for me ?
provisionaldonkatɛmɛdonkatɛmɛntemporary, interim, short-term, provisional
provocationbaganma1baganmaà-ã̀-ànaccusation, offence, affront, provocationdakɔrɔbɔlidakɔrɔbɔlinprovocationɲadon 2ɲadonncheeky, insolent, contempt, unashamed, brazen, provocationɲadonnaɲadonnaninsolence, impudence, lack of respect, provocation
provokebaga1bagaà-àviaccuse falsely, attack without reason, provoke, offendI bagara n ba ma.You accused my mother.darabɔdarabɔvprovokedakɔrɔbɔdakɔrɔbɔvprovoke, tease, testsuruku2 1surukuú-ú-únpush, incite, provoke, unblockbila 2bilaì-àvtcause, provoke, inciteSoso bi sumayabana bila mɔgɔ la.Mosquitoes give malaria to people.Faantanya bi mɔgɔ bila yɛrɛfaga la.Poverty drives people to suicide.daɲinidaɲinivprovoke (to speak), provide for, feedsuguba2sugubavprovoke, stir up, arouse, push todaraɲinidaraɲinivprovoke
proximitymasurunmasurunnnear, nearby, proximity, outskirtsdara2daraproximity, nearness
proxynɔnabilasɛbɛnɔnabilasɛbɛnpower of attorney, proxy
prunegwana 2gwanaà-àvtprune, trim
pruritusfarimasiɲɛfarimasiɲɛnitching, itch, scratching, irritation, pruritusfariŋɛɲɛ
psalmzaburuzaburunpsalm
psychologyhakili lɔnnihakili lɔnniá-í-í ɔ́-ínpsychology
pubic hairbarakɔrɔsiibarakɔrɔsiinpubic hair2.1Body
publicforoba 1forobaò-ò-ánsomething publicly owned, belonging to all the community
public announcementwele2 3welevcall, public announcementweele 3weeleé-évtcall, public announcementweeleweeleweeleweelenpublic announcementwelewele1welewelenproclamation, public announcement
public announcergansilikɛlagansilikɛlanpublic announcer, broadcaster
public authoritiesfaamawfaamawnthe authorities, public authorities, government authorities
public financeforobawareforobawarenpublic finance6.7Financeforobanafoloforobanafoloò-ò-à-á-ó-ónshared goods, common property, public finance6.7Finance
public financesjamana ka waribonjamana ka waribonngovernment department in charge of public finances6.7Finance
public holidayjamana ka selibajamana ka selibannational holiday, public holiday
public officesariyatigiyasariyatigiyanmagistracy, public office, judges4.2Government
public officialguvɛrɛnɛmanbaarakɛlaguvɛrɛnɛmanbaarakɛlanofficial, officer, civil servant, functionary, public official
public placeforobayɔrɔforobayɔrɔnpublic placekɛnɛmalakɛnɛmalaɛ́-ɛ́-á-ánexterior, outward, outside, on the open air, public place
public school, state schoolforobalakɔliforobalakɔlinpublic school, state school3.1.1Learn
public sectorforobaaradaforobaaradanpublic sector4.2Government
public sector workerforobabaarakɛlaforobabaarakɛlancivil servant, public sector worker, government official4.2Government
public spacefɛrɛkɛnɛfɛrɛkɛnɛɛ̀-ɛ̀-ɛ́-ɛ́nplace in front of the house, public space
public squarefɛrɛ1fɛrɛɛ̀-ɛ́npublic square, open space
public transportdugutagamɔbilidugutagamɔbilinpublic transport7.1.1Travel
public welfareforobafɛnforobafɛnó-ó-á-ɛ̃́npublic welfare, common property
publicitygansiligansiliã̀-ì-ínpublicity, advertisinggansilisɛbɛgansilisɛbɛã̀-ì-ì-ɛ́-ɛ́npublicity, advertisement
publiclyforoba 3forobaò-ò-áadvcollectively, publicly
public-spiritednessfasodenyafasodenyaá-ó-ẽ́-ánpublic spirit, public-spiritedness, good citizenship, nationality
publishgansigansià-ívtpublish, make known, announce
puddlejilɔjilɔí-ɔ́npuddlebanfan1.3Waterbanfanbanfanà-ánpuddlejilɔjitɔni1.3Waterjitɔnijitɔninpuddlebanfan1.3Water
puff addertutu1tutuù-únpuff adderbitis arietans1.5.1.3Reptile
pullturunduturunduvpush or pull something by dragging, make slipNin turundu ka gɛrɛ n na.Push that towards me.sama2samaà-àvtpull, hoist, remove, dragYusufu kɔrɔcɛw y'a sama k'a bɔ dingɛ kɔnɔ.Joseph’s brothers pulled him out of the pit.cɛɛnɛcɛɛnɛɛ̀-ɛ́vslip, drag, pullbɔgɔtibɔgɔtivuproot sb./sth., root sth. out, pull, tear sth. off, forcibly remove, remove by force
pull awaysamasamasamasamaà-á-à-àvtpull in small bits, struggle, draw away
pull outwalaki 2walakivpull out, tear away, untie, unfastenlabɔlabɔvtpull out, bring out, take off, remove, extractU ye Daniyɛl labɔ warabaw dingɛ kɔnɔ.They pulled Daniel out of the lions’ den.
pull up to someonelakunlakunvcause to catch up with, catchup, make up for, pull up to someone
pulmonary alveoliwaa2 2waanpulmonary alveoli
pulmonary arteryfɔgɔfɔgɔ jolijɛnsɛsirafɔgɔfɔgɔ jolijɛnsɛsiranpulmonary artery2.1Body
pulpbu2 2buùnpulpbugu2 2buguù-únpulp1.4.5Parts of a plant