Alöndö na Wiktionary


Pandôo [Sepe]

male sex (2) - këngë tî kôlï
female sex (2) - këngë tî wâlï

sex \ˈsɛks\

  1. sêyêterê; gbââpopö sô akângbi pöpö tî kôlï na wâlï
    • Still there are some loop-holes out of which a man may creep, and dare to think and act for himself; but for a woman it is an herculean task, because she has difficulties peculiar to her sex to overcome, which require almost super-human powers. — (Mary WollstonecraftA Vindication of the Rights of Woman , 1792)
  2. (Sêndâ-saterê) këngë, këngë na dondö
    • The effect of the medication is dependent upon age, sex, and other factors.
  3. tënë tî kubû
    • We marry in fear and trembling, sex for a home is the woman's traffic, and the man comes to his heart's desire when his heart's desire is dead. — (H. G. WellsLove and Mr. Lewisham , London: Harper, lêmbëtï 144)
    • (The believers ... those ... ) who abstain from sex. — (translation by Abdullah Yusuf Al, Qur'an , 23:5, 1934)



Palî [Sepe]

to sex \ˈsɛks\

  1. fa mbîrîmbîrî këngëmbênî zo wala mbênî nyama
    • If we sex the cattle, which is the only way to get at their value, we shall have... 400 cows, 200 yearling heifers. — (Spirit of the Times , 1878-01-19)
  2. (Mbumbuse) → bâa have sex
    • Our baby is eighteen months old now, and cries when we sex. — (Kenneth Burke, letter to Malcolm Cowley , 1921-08-20)