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Sentence :

ntaba
ntaba, pl. bantaba (class 1a/2 : - / ba-)sonorous consonant
taba, pl. bataba (class 1a/2 : - / ba-)
ntaba, pl. bantaba (class 9/10 (2) : - / - (ba-) : plural invariable from context (or informal/modern ba-))sonorous consonant
goat
ntaba na basaki ya makala
ntaba na basaki ya makala
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coiffure : nie ya ntaba
coiffure : nie ya ntaba
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coiffure : nie ya ntaba
coiffure : nie ya ntaba
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nganda ntaba chez Michée à Kinkole
nganda ntaba chez Michée à Kinkole
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ntaba
ntaba
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item 5 examples (bandakisa mítáno) ...
Ntaba na bino elekaki awa.
Your goats passed here.
Esika nkoyi azali, kotia ntaba te.
where there is a leopard, don't put a goat.
nyei ya ntaba
goat's droppings (a sort of african haircut, for short hair, they attach it together in little peaks so it grows faster)
bantaba mibale wana ! moko ntaba ya pembe, mosusu ntaba ya moyindo
There are two goats there. One goat wite, another goat black
ntaba ya mobali
male goat
item Article : consonants
In Lingala, sometimes you hear "nsoso" and sometimes you hear "soso". You might get the impression that
it would be free to choose wether to use the first letter m or n when the word starts with two consonants,
but in reality there is a precise rule for it :

In lingala, the first letter m or n may be ommitted for words that start with mp, nt, ns or nk.
(The voiced consonants - FR: Les consonnes sonores)

NK
nkama / kamacent
nkingo / kingocou
nkisi / kisimédicament
nkulutu / kulutuaîné
nkoba / kobatortue
MP
mpinzoli / pinzolilarme
mpo / popour
mpamba / pambanul
mpuku / pukusouris
mpongi / pongisommeil
NS
nse / sedessous
nsoso / sosopoulet
nsambo / sambosept
nsango / sangoinformation
nsinga / singafil
NT
ntina / tinaimportance
ntolo / tolotorse
ntalo / talovaleur
ntango / tangotemps
ntaba / tabachèvre

In all other cases, the first letter is mandatory.
(The unvoiced consonants - FR: Les consonnes sourdes)

NG
nguyapouvoir
ngaimoi
ngandabar
ngubaarachide
ngulucochon
MB
mbokavillage
mbelicouteau
mbetulit
mbilapalmier
mbisipoisson
ND
ndakomaison
ndekocousin
ndakisaexemple
ndumbaprostituée
ndundalégume
NZ
nzotocorps
nzetearbre, baton
nzelachemin
nzungumarmite
nzalafaim
NY
nyeiexcrément
nyosorien
nyokaserpent
nyamaanimal
nyongodette


other words with the tag 'animals' : abúlá, alíkilíkoso, alúlu, angilé, bilulu, ebambi, ebélá, ebengá, ebwélé, ekange, nyóka, eloló, engondó, eséndé, esósoló, esulúngútu, etúná, gambala, kóbá, libanki, libáta, ligóródó, likaku, likayábo, lipekápeka, lipungupungu, lonsálá, liswésé, lisweswe, liyanga, liyanzi, malwa, likélélé, mbenga, mbínzó, mbisi, mbizo, mbólókó, mbwá, mémé, mokomboso, mongúsu, lompese, mokila, mondélé, moselekete, ndeke, ngando, ngémbo, ngolo, ngómbé, ngubú, ngúlu, ngúma, ngungi, nyama, nioka, nkóli, niaou, nkosi, nkoyi, ntaba, ntambo, nzálé, nzinzi, nzói, nzoku, nzombó, peseli, puku, mpúnda, sili, nsímbiliki, nsombo, soso, kokombele, makaku, nsósó, niáo, limpúlututú, fumba, likayábu, nsili, nkóndokó, niama, likáko, nkoso, kúkúrú, kúkúlú, nkoi, kaméla, díkálá, dígalá, kángú, kángá, kángé, mpúku, púnda, farása, simbiliki, longembú, nkóbá, lipiká, mpambo, monselékéta, kwódo, ligbólóló, mombemba, dádádá, lilúku, ndôngê, mondôngê, mbómbóli, kosákosá, libongo, nkusú, mpate, ebuele, esele, kimpiatu, kipekapeka, kombekombe, likokolo, likuanganzala, limeme, mantekita, mbuá, mfuenge, mokumbusu, mpakása, mutshopi, ndakála, niawu, ntambwe, ndjoku, nzoyi, mondonga, sonzo, tshaku, kinsekua, libúndú, mokondó, lilangwá, mpíodi, saladini, lilangua, thomson, tomson, mpose, likolo, mbisi, mpómbóli, elandela, nkungi, makako, nkómbé, kombe, mbéngé, mpô, mpóko, thompson, mpóka, ndeke, nsósó, sombo, nkotó, nkósi, mpatá, elulu, mémé, losala, kapíténe, yanganga, nkómbénkómbé, malebo, pakása, samáki, monkusú, monselekete, mosopi, longonya, likwanganzála, litaká, mbwá, nzoko, likónko, nkéma, mokele-mbembe, mpóngó, nyaú, séléngé, nyawu, mbadi, shakú
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