Shilluk – English


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akudmännnwoman group2.6.5Male, female
akun ngenyøvMany people togather8.1.5.5Most, least
akur1Streptopelia ?1.6.1.2Bird6.3.6Poultry raising2nColumba ?5.2.3.2Food from animals
akur ojwarnpigeon1.6.1.2Bird
akur tugø (oludh)nColumba arquatrix1.6.1.2Bird
akwadh ákwadhøn1grass eaten by birds5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds2type of grass with grains6.3.1.1Cattle
ákwajji kwaannevening star1.1.1.3Planet
akwan yïdhnear lobe2.1.1.2Ear
akwangdingnVanellus coronatus1.6.1.2Bird
akwar-duk akwardukn1stomach of an animal2.5.2.3Stomach illness2inside stomach2.1.8Internal organs
akwaracödøncreeping plant for making kadø (salt)1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
akwäyi røjnEupodotis senegalensis1.6.1.2Bird
akwejønomasum (3rd stomach)1.6.2Parts of an animal
akwemnbone tuberclosis (leg)2.5.2Disease
akwërnSomething used to protection4.4.4.5Protect
akwer dugnsecond stomach(reticulum) 1.6.2Parts of an animal
akwijnwhip made of grass6.3.2Tend herds in fields
akwødnswollen wound2.5.6.1Pain
akwöd nmumps2.5.2Disease
akyënn1premolar5.4.4Care for the teeth2extra tooth2.1.1.5Tooth
akyën-lëjønincisor tooth2.5.2.4Tooth decay
akyewnwar cry3.5.9.6Communication devices
älv1till6.7.1.2Digging tool2plough the land6.2.1.1.3Growing maize3cut a furrow7.8.6Dig4dig6.6.6Working with land
alabø álabønwild rice, seeds of the pedh plant5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds1.5.3Grass, herb, vine6.2.1Growing crops
alagninheritance3.5.4.6Verbal tradition