u̱t-Hun - English


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ra1vpartwill becfro̱1ro1 2ro̱ (is) a (future marker)
ra21nfire2nused to refer to electricity in the towns3adjhot4figsolve (problem)A ho̱ o-raSolve the problem5figcheatWu̱ re̱e̱g ra-o reHe has cheated me6figdestroyRa-o re̱e̱ru̱ ka re̱e̱r-to̱Fire destroyed that leaf7figworker (hard and fast)Ko̱ o-raFast8figbitter (make life)rwo̱'u̱ru̱ me̱n-u̱t re nomu̱ru̱ o-rait makes my life bitterTakan 26:359figfrustratedHyanag ra-o̱ u̱t-me̱ṉRom 8:20
raab1var.ryaab1npoison of a snake or tree.cfbaat 1
raab2nelephant-snout fishMormyrops deliciosusWest African Freshwater Fish, M. Holden and W. Reed
raabu̱nvput poison on arrows
raag11adjfoolishRaag mo̱ o̱.Acting unwise / foolishly.2nfool3ncrazy person
raag21nside ; area2nside of face3figfightHo̱ wu̱ o-raagSlap/ fight him
raag3npart of a fish between the gills and mouthpreopercle
raag4nportion or area
raagsvar.raaksv1listen2deceive
raaksvar. ofraags
rabarinstory that can be true
radan1cuckoo (Didric)Lampromorpha capriusBirds of West African Town and Garden, J.H. Elgood2roller (Abyssinian or Senegal)Coracias abyssinicaBirds of West African Town and Garden, J.H. Elgood
raga-to̱ aikinclothes (work)
ragaanadjsamecfhond hond 2hondhondvar. ofhond hond
RahaditimeSunday
rahiyaadjwell ; healthy
rak1vtasteCS-transitional primer
rak2nto whip with rods or sticks
rakre̱ndnmosquitoAedes aegyptiWest African Insects, John Boorman
raks11vliecfbarag1 32vdeceive3vto pretend with the goal of deceiving.4ndeceit5figbelieve (don't)Wo̱ raks to̱ áDon't listen to it
raks2vlisten with keen interestSe̱nge̱ 10:33
rakumi-o̱ o-ko̱tngiraffeGiraffa camelopardalisLarge Mammals of West Africa, D.C.D. Happold
ran1timefrom sunrise to about 9 AM
ran2nlittle bush