English Translation of “ɔtwe”

ɔtwe noun

PLURAL: atwe

duiker

  • ɔtwe nkwan yɛ dɛ pa ara | duiker soup (soup made with the meat of a duiker) tastes very good
  • mehuu atwe mmienu wɔ kwaeɛ no mu | I saw two duikers in the forest
  • okuani no de ɔtwe firi afuom baa fie | the farmer came home from the farm with a duiker
  • hu m’ani so ma me nti na atwe mmienu nam | duikers walk in pairs to blow dust from each other’s eyes PROVERB

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