Category: Akan Dictionary

  • Wo din de sen?

    woC din dEC sen? Language: Akan Part of speech: Noun phrase. English translation: What is your name? Phrase Adinkra woC din dEC sen? Akan Wo din de sen? English What is your name?

  • Bra ha

    bra ha Language: Akan Part of speech: Verb phrase. English translation: Come here. Phrase Adinkra bra ha. Akan Bra ha. English Come here.

  • Wo ho te sen?

    woC hoC tEC sen? Language: Akan Part of speech: noun phrase. English translation: How are you? Phrase Adinkra woC hoC tEC sen? Akan Wo ho te sen? English How are you?

  • Aduane

    aCduanEC Language: Akan Part of speech: noun English translation: Food. Phrase Adinkra aCduanEC a mECpe paa nEC tuo zaafi. Akan Aduane a mepe paa ne tuo zaafi. English My favorite food is tuo zaafi.

  • Maakye

    maaQEC Language: Akan Part of speech: noun English translation: Good morning. Phrase Adinkra abECrantECe maaQEC o! Akan Aberantee maakye o! English Good morning, young man.

  • Akan Family System

    No Adinkra Akan English 1 agya Agya Father 2 ena Ena Mother 3 ba Ba Son/Daughter 4 nua Nua Sibling 5 agyawa Agyawa Father’s sister 6 agyawaba Agyawaba Agyawa’s child 7 wcfa Wofa Mother’s brother 8 wcfaba Wofaba Wofa’s child 9 wcfasE Wofase Sister’s child

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  • Akwaaba

    aqaaba Language: Akan Part of Speech: noun English Translation: Welcome. Sentence Adinkra mEC ma woC akwaaba. Akan Me ma wo akwaaba. English I welcome you.

  • Harmattan

    harmattan Language: Akan Part of speech: noun. English Translation: A very dry, dusty easterly or northeasterly wind on the West African Coast, occurring from December to February.

  • Akan (Twi) Cardinal Signs

    Adinkra Akan English atifi Atifi North anaafoc Anaafuo South EpuEEe Epueee East atcEe Atoee West