English Translation of “atuboa”

atuboa noun

other forms: atutubɛ; abɛbɛ

plural: ntummoa; ntutummɛ

locust

  • abɔfra no de mpaboa no abɔ atuboa no | the baby has hit the locust with the shoe
  • me maame twaa me ntorɔ sɛ mesu a, atuboa bɛwura m’anom I my mother lied to me that if I cry, locust will enter my mouth
  • atuboa no so papa I the locust is really big

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