Twi Names of Some Domestic Items and Related Terms

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The present lesson, lesson 12 of the Twi vocabulary course, lists the Twi names of a number of household items and related terms.

In our last vocabulary lesson, we looked at some family and relationship terms in Twi. I hope you’ve had time to go over the various constructions in that lesson.

Now let’s come home; look at the Twi names of some domestic items.

Twi Names of Some Household Items

TwiEnglish
akonnwachair
adamadwawriting chair
ɛponotable
didiponoeating table
mpabed
sumiiɛpillow
sumiiɛ nnurahopillowcase
ntomacloth
ntomagorag
kɛtɛmat
mpasotam/nnasoɔbedsheet
kuntu/adasoɔblanket
ɛponodoor
mpomawindow
ahwehwɛmirror
ahwehwɛniwaeyeglasses/spectacles
asa sohall
piamchamber/bedroom
abranaa soveranda
praeɛbroom
fononoooven
aterespoon
kwantereladle
wɔmapestle
waduromortar
kɛntɛnbasket
bokitibucket
towuro/mpopahotowel
wisiesmoke
sekammoaknife
nkrantɛcutlass
saminasoap
sapɔsponge
prɛte/taforabɔtɔplate
sɔneeɛsieve
adinamfork
muka/asommurofihearth
mukaasekitchen
adwareeɛbathroom
adidibeadining place
afecomb
kanealantern
kuruwabachamber pot
akumaaxe
ɛban/fasuofence/wall
burogyamatches
apasoɔscissors
paneɛneedle
twerɛduapen/pencil
tɔmmɛ(drinking) glass
kuruwacup
kyiniiɛumbrella
akasanoma/akasafidieradio set
nkupomade

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