ngak1vTo give a warning, as one sees someone coming and tells one's companions.ge-, he-, ke-, me-, ne-, se-.2vTo mention or admire something that someone else has.Tô hnungolu ke hlusem do yem nengaku béléem yu.I want to hear if you will let me have that which I admired of yours before.ge-, he-, ke-, me-, ne-.Ke mógówi lem tuduk béen dê nengakem kói bnanga.When you walk in the jungle (especially) don't verbally admire many things, you might get sick.se-.

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