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congo rdc
Sentence :

nsolo
solò
nsolò, pl. bansolo (class 9/10 (2) : - / - (ba-) : plural invariable from context (or informal/modern ba-))sonorous consonant
odor, fragrance, smell
item 9 examples (bandakisa libwá) ...
Mosala na zolo ezali koyoka solo na kopema.
The work of the nose is to smell odors and to breathe.
oooh, solo kitoko. mama azolamba ntaba
oooh, it smells good. Mama is preparing goat.
kolumba monoko solo eza maladi to te ?
Is stinky mouth an in sickness or not ?
Monoko ya mobange, elumbaka solo, kasi elobaka makambo ya lokuta te. soki okimi solo wana, okoyeba makambo te. Proverb/expression (don't translate litteraly)
The mouth of the elderly, it smells foul, but doesn't tell lies. If you avoid this smell, you will not know the affairs.
masoko solo ya fumbwa epola banda sanza moko
buttocks that smell like fumbwa that is rotten since a month
monoko ya mokolo elumbaka solo, kasi elobaka maloba ya solo Proverb/expression (don't translate litteraly)
The mouth of the elderly smells bad, but the words are true.
hum... solo kitoko na makusa. mama azolamba nini ?
yummi... It smells good in the kitchen. What is mum preparing ?
bilamba na ye ezali na solo ya mapeka.
His clothes smell like armpits.
Nayoki nsolo malamu na nzoto na ye.
I smelt a nice odor on her body.
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