TabaskiSelibaSelibacfsagajigiSelibanTabaski, the Feast of the Sacrifice (’id al-adha)Seliba lon, lutigi bɛɛ bi sagajigi kelen faga.At Tabaski, every head of house kills a ram.Tabaski (’id al-adha) is celebrated the 70th day after the end of Ramadan.
tabootanayatanayanforbidden, tabootɛnɛ1tɛnɛntaboo, e.g. an animal not eaten because of an event in the family historytanatanaà-ántotem, taboo, forbiddensitɛnɛsitɛnɛnforbidden, interdiction, prohibition (food, sexual relation), taboo
taketɔmɔ 1tɔmɔɔ̀-ɔ̀vtfind (a lost item), pick up, takemina21minaì-àvtcatch, capture, take, seizeminɛ 1minɛì-ɛ̀vtcatch, capture, arrest, seize, grab, take, holdU bi jɛgɛ minɛ.They catch fish.Wari minɛ !Take the money!ta11taàvttake, carryWulu ye sogo ta.The dog took the meat.
take account ofjati13jatià-ìnconsider, take account of
take awaywuli11wuliú-ívget up, wake up, take away, remove, lift, disappearWuli !Get up!A ye wuli ka lɔ !Stand up!wuli X kanmaattack, rise up against Xlase 1laseá-évtsend, cause to arriveNɔgɔ bi bana lase mɔgɔ ma.Dirt gives people illnesses.ɲa2ɲaàvto miss, lack, take away, be insufficientWoro da ɲana.The number of cola-nuts was not sufficient.tɛlɛtɛlɛɛ̀-ɛ́vsteal, rob, take awaybɔsi1bɔsivttake away, seizeU ye a bolofɛnw bɛɛ bɔsi a la.They took away all his possessions.bɔ13bɔɔ́vtremove, take off, take away, subtractA ye fani bɔ.He took off his garment.Bɛɛ bi sanbara bɔ misirida la.Everyone takes off their shoes at the entrance to the mosque.2 bɔnin 5 la, o ye 3 ye.5 minus 2 equals 3.
take away a piecewalon 1walonà-ṍvchip, brake off, take away a piece
take caretɔpɔtɔtɔpɔtɔvlook after well, watch over, take car of, maintain, keep in shapeA ye nusokɔrɔnin tɔpɔtɔ.He looked after the old woman.
take care ofdɛndɛ 1dɛndɛɛ̀-ɛ́vttake care of (an object), so that it lasts longer, be economical, sparing, frugalladamuladamuveducate, bring up, train, look after, maintain, inform, feed, take care ofladon11ladoná-õ̀vtmaintain, keep up, take care ofjanto 2jantoã̀-óv.reftake care ofi janto X latake care of XI janto den na, a man kɛnɛ.Take care of the child: he is not well.mara11maraà-àvtkeep, take care of, hold back
take offbɔ13bɔɔ́vtremove, take off, take away, subtractA ye fani bɔ.He took off his garment.Bɛɛ bi sanbara bɔ misirida la.Everyone takes off their shoes at the entrance to the mosque.2 bɔnin 5 la, o ye 3 ye.5 minus 2 equals 3.mawɔrɔmawɔrɔvundress, take off, take down, stripfosi21fosiò-ìvtake off, take out, removea yi muru fosibɔsi21bɔsiɔ̀-ìvtwithdraw, take off, draw out, extortlabɔlabɔvtpull out, bring out, take off, remove, extractU ye Daniyɛl labɔ warabaw dingɛ kɔnɔ.They pulled Daniel out of the lions’ den.
take off hurriedlytufa3tufaù-ávtake off hurriedly, take away quickly, pull to oneself abruptly
take outfosi21fosiò-ìvtake off, take out, removea yi muru fosi
take over fromnɔcɛnɔcɛvcontinue, take over from, followfalenfalenfalenfalenà-é-à-évchange continually, to take over from, relieve, to take turns
take quicklytorontoronó-óvhurry up to take, rush and take, take quickly
take snuffforonforonò-óvsuck up; sniff, take snuff, snort
talkdantigɛkandantigɛkanã̀-ì-ɛ̀-ã́ndeclaration, explication, presentation, talk, speechmasala 2masalaá-á-ánchat, discuss, talkU sira masala la.They spent the night talking.baro12baroà-óvtalk, chat, converse, discusskuma2kumaú-ávispeak, talkA kumana n fɛ.He spoke to me.fɔ14fɔɔ́vtspeak (a language)N b’a fɛ ka julakan fɔ.I want to speak Dioula.Angilɛkan bi fɔ jamana caman na.English is spoken in a lot of countries.ɲafɔli 2ɲafɔlinline of argument, talk, account of, report on
talk aboutkofɔkofɔvspeak about, talk about, announce, make known, declare, to report, denounce