1-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(1) gyy Ngoyi; ngoi H1471 non-Jews, therefore foreigners  
(2) gyy Ngoyi; ngoi H1471 pagan  
(3) Week Suma H8034 Name;   (see also shum h8036, same meaning) (son of Noah)     Also remember that (s) and (sh) are confused as in the case of shem or sem) (Assyrian: SUMU)
(4) khawm, Ham, cham Kwāma H2526 hot; catch fire, burn, etc. (Son of Noah) Isa. 57: 5 (Egyptian: kemi)
(5) Pâthâh Baata (batakana) Peta; Petakana H6601 Open, enlarge. (Hence yafet, Son of Noah) (note that (p) and (b) are easily confused with time.))  
(6) Kûwsh Kosi; Kozi H3568 Dark, dark (Assyrian: Kûsu, Kaši)
(7) Esav or Esau Nzavu H6215 Hairy, velvety;   The front that gives Esau, in Kkg corresponds to (the). So: Esav = the hairy.  
(8) Mayim Mayi (lingala) H4325 water Assyrian: Mû, plural mel; also: Mamu
(9) Ben Bena (bantu) H1121 son Assyrian: bin
(10) banah Bana H1129 a primitive root; build (literally and figuratively), have children, create Assyrian Banu
(11) Bar Ba H1248 Eb. (Son, heir) Kkg. (Plural relating to people or living beings, but also as descendants “, from which” Ba-kongo, Ba-luba, etc.) *  
(12) ădamdâm Ndu-ndu H125 Reddish. Kkg (Albin, therefore reddish) (the Alef (a) when it is in front it is not read) (Assyrian ada (m) mumu?)
(13) M- (mo) Mo; mu H4124 –   Mow’ab = dal father. Ab = father of; in kkg (mo or mu) indicates the origin. Therefore: Mukongo = originally from Kongo. Or, “de” Kongo. Arab:   Mu-jaheddin
(14) El Ele, or, mu-ele H410 Angel, spiritual entity or God. Kkg = spiritual entity. Assyrian: Ilu
(15) Elohim Elimo (lingala) H430 . . Spiritual entity  
(16) Tsakhak Tsaka, or nsaka H6711 laugh, play  
(17) tsâkhak Tsaka, or nsaka H6711 joke; (see also H7832)  
(18) tsâkhak Tsaka, or nsaka H6711 Sport; (see also H7832)  
(19) yitskhak (isaac) Yi-tsaka, or yi-seka H3327 Laughs or she laughs.   (Note: in kkg, the (i) or the (yi) when it is in front expresses the first or the third person of the singular Ex: i-zolele = he likes, yi-solele = he or, I chose )  
2-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(20) Labab Over there H3823 ravish, so steal;  
(21) Kalal Kulula H7043 Be small  
(22) yawlal the hall; yàwala H3213 scream, moan, scream  
(23) asah Sah, Sa. H6213 do, realize (note that the Alef is not read when it is in front. So Sah!)  
(24) kabal Kabala; Kabila H6901 correspond, receive from each other Assyrian: ‡ ablu
(25) Shekinà Sekana Remember that the (s) and (sh) are confused as in the case of shem or sem) shine, shine bright;   shine, shine loudly; flambé, flamboyant (a burning coal),  
(26) khazak Kasuka H2388 toughen  
(27) shabath Samba H7673 Day of prayer, rest (samba): see: sabala: (saba) Assyrian: šabâtu
(28) Shabat Saba H7673 Stop, stop, rest, etc. Assyrian: šabâtu
(29) shakah Saka H7812 … to implore … humbly  
(30) Shallum Salu H7967 … Advantage, reward  
(31) Saba Saba H7647 Abundance etc.  
(32) Shuwb Soba H7725 Change, reversal (See n ° 652)  
(33) khāwkak Nkaaka H2710   H5117 decree   (see also H7085. Kaaka)  
(34) khāwkak Nkaaka H2710 governor (see also H7085. Kaaka)  
(35) noakh Nooka H5146;   H5117 rest, (in KKG = tired, exhausted, tired; tame) more and kkg “Nokà” means raining! Assyrian: Nahu, rest (inûh)   …………   Genesis 5:29          He gave him the name Noah (Noach) , saying, This will comfort us from our toil and the hard work of our hands, from this land which the Lord has cursed.
(36) tsâkhak Tsaka, or nsaka H6711 joyful (see also H7832)  
(37) Bakhar Baka H977 choose, enter; Assyrian: Béru
(38) mibkhôwr;   Mi + bakhar Ma + Baka. Or Mi + baka H4004 choice; (Plural form of bakhar). (see also bàkila, the final (R) becomes (L))  
3-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(39) Kalah Kala H3615 Finished, transient, completed Assyrian: kalû
(40) Katak katà H2852 cut  
(41) taskaf; tekaf Taka H8630; h8631 Hardened, ready to fight; prevail  
(42) Labab Over there H3823 encourage, therefore ensure.  
(43) kânaw Kana H7069 Create, (have something in mind to accomplish .kkg) Aramaic: Kna Assyrian: ‡ Anu Sabean: Kenny
(44) paal Pala H6466 To work  
(45) shākab Seeka H7901 Lie down to rest; to sleep. Aramaic: Scb
(46) kawsaw Kaasa H3680 cover; cover; to attach. (see also h3780 Assyrian: kusu
(47) kala Kala H3607 curb; remember, etc. (see also kele) Assyrian: Kâlû,
(48) kawSakh Kása H3683 cut  
(49) Lakhakh Laka H3947 Take and take away. Assyrian: li ‡ û, la ‡ û
(50) Shâkam Saaka H7925 get up or start early; hurry up (in kkg do it soon) {see also nsùuka}  
(51) kâbôwd Kembo H3519 Honor, glory  
(52) kâlâl Kulula, H7044 Scrape, polish  
(53) kâlâl Kulula H7043 Reduce, make small  
(54) kâlâl Kulula H7043 Have little importance  
(55) kâlâl Kulula H7043 Bring dishonor  
(56) khashak Kasuka (kasula) H2821 darken  
(57) Shakad Saka H8245 stay alert, watch over  
4-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(58) kûwn KUNA H3559 a primitive root; correctly = stand (i.e. be perpendicular) then be fixed, etc. Assyrian: kânu
(59) Yekonyah   (Yah + kûwn) Yaa + Kuna H3204 the eternal establishes ” (Son of King Jojakim of Judah and King of Judah for 3 months)  
(60) Kûwm Kuma H6965 get up Assyrian: kumu, , kum, kêmu
(61) Kûwm Kuma H6965 straighten Assyrian: kumu, , kum, kêmu
(62) Kûwm Kuma H6965 raise Assyrian: kumu, , kum, kêmu
KUWM Kuma H6965 erect Assyrian: kumu, , kum, kêmu
(64) Kûwm Kuma H6965 to place Assyrian: kumu, , kum, kêmu
(65) Kûwm Kuma H6965 To build Assyrian: kumu, , kum, kemu
(66) Kûwm Kuma H6965 Start at; carry out Assyrian: kumu, , kum, kêmu
(67) Kelek. (from kalak) Kala H2506 To have, to own (eg Heritage) Assyrian: e ‡ lu
(68) Halelouïa Lèlulwa G239 Heb. = (Rent yah); Kkg = (object of holiness)  
(69) shehsah Sesa H8157 Split  
(70) sure Sùuta H7750 fall, those who fall  
(71) batsa` Bassa, o bása H1214 Cut (separate)  
(72) batach Bata H982 Run away to seek refuge  
(73) tawfaf Tofa H8608 Hit on, play percussion instruments …  
(74) basar mbàsi       H1319 messenger, News, good news, announce, publish, messenger (see also pasa) Assyrian: bussuru
(75) Pasakh Pasa H6452 Easter  
(76) Pasakh Pasa H6452 Pass by; (it certainly reminds the angel of yah who passed over the houses of the Israelites during the last plague, thus preserving their firstborn)  
5-Hebrews Kikongo Code definition  
(77) shalam Salama; (lingala) sala H7999 complete, execute, succeed, peace Assyrian: Salamu, Šulmu
(78) Abishalom =   Abi + shalom Abi + Salama; H53 “My father is peace”,  
(79) mashakh Masi; Maasi H4886 anointed; (in kkg = greasy oil, so greased) from which the term (Messiah). (Assyrian: mašâ
(80) kaphar; . Kippur Kiphu; ki podi H3722; H3725 Heb. = (Atonement) Kkg = (process; ultimatum, i.e. on this date, otherwise you must pay without extension!)  
(81) takan Taka H8505 …….measure  
(82) tawlal Taala H8524 Eminent (eg mountain)  
(83) Tehlem Teela H8525 from an unused root which means: accumulate  
(84) Tala Tala H8511 a primitive root; suspend; figuratively (by hesitation) to be uncertain; (Wait!)  
(85) Yam Yama H3220 from an unused root which means roaring (in kkg shouting loudly)  
(86) lôwt Luta H3875 cover (kkg: stand on top, so cover) (see also H3874)  
(87) yala` Yala H3216 speak recklessly, bravado  
(88) khazak Kasuka H2388 to be strong (note that the (s) and the (z) are interchangeable, as in the word: sion or zion from which Zionism)  
(89) khazak Kasuka H2388 to be brave  
(90) khazak Kasuka H2388 to be closed  
(91) Tama; Tami H8548 continuity, perpetuity, elongation (note: in the ancient Kongo kingdom, “tama” was a unit of measurement of length!)  
(92) dabar Deba H1696 Speak, exhort, declare, etc. Assyrian: dabâru
(93) dĕkak Deeka H1855 break into pieces, break (see also daka, dauka)  
(94) dawkar Daka H1856 a primitive root … very hungry, starving. Assyrian: da â ‡ ‡ u   (dawkak)
(95) taba` Taba; Toba H2883 drill; enter deeply. (see also tobula, tibu)  
6-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(96) kesel Kusa H3689 From a primitive root: fat etc. (note that ancient Hebrew was written without vowels. Therefore, consonants are of fundamental importance).  
(97) Shemash; shemesh Sema H8121; h8122 an unused root which means to be shiny; the sun;  
(98) Sâlâh Sāala (tsaala) H5541 a primitive root; … (figuratively) despise: – put (underfoot), value. Assyrian: hello
(99) tsela-tsal. nsala; Tsala H6767. See as well tsalal (H6750) From a primitive buzzing root (of wings); (i.e. insects). (In kkg: insect wings) Assyrian: ƒarƒaru;
(100) Tohu Toho H8414 vanity, empty. (Kkg = works in vain, unnecessarily, empty)  
(101) Tâfêl Tafuna (from Tafa) H8602 From a primitive root: (like gummy) or slime. (In kg = chewed, bite-size piece (for children), therefore, something soft or silt.  
(102) pawsak Pasa H6457 cut; from an unused root that means divide; divisor  
(103) Pâtsach Pasa H6476 a primitive root; burst (in a joyous sound): (advance, move forward in joy), make a loud noise  
(104) tsaba ‘ Nsoba; tsaba H6633 From a primitive root: Assemble different things (mass) Assyrian: ƒâbu
(105) shadad Sada H7703 Act with power with energy, devastate, destroy Assyrian: šadâdu
(106) Shadday;   just        . (shadad) Sada H7706; H7703 almighty, the most powerful Assyrian: šadû, high, ilu šâdû.
(107) Minchah Menga; ki-menga H4503 Offer, a sacrificial offering. (In kg of blood) (Keep in mind that (k) and (g) are interchangeable.) And it is the offering of the blood of Jesus that saves us!  
(108) shakal Seka H8254 a primitive root: suspend or balance (see also (sheqel H8255) * Assyrian: ši ‡ lu
(109) selek Seluka H5559 ascend  
(110) Labbah Labu H3827 flame  
(111) Zabach nZabu H2076 Sacrifice, offering of blood  
(112) Shaan Zūuna H7599 to be at ease, to be at peace, to rest, to rest safely, to be calm  
(113) khabal Kaba H2255 … Injury  
(114) lakhak Lakya-lakya H3897 Lick; (kkg drink like a dog)  


7-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(115) Sûwth Sutu H5497 Heb. the cover; Kkg (male genital organ covered, i.e. uncircumcised, –extrê- really bad, absolutely detestable, abominable; insolent, shameless, sassy, ​​for the Bakongo)  
(116) sâkhaw Seka H5500 Wipe, scrape.  
(117) Sâkab Seka H5498 extract, tear.  
(118) kabed Koba H3515 heavy (see also 3514. kobed)  
(119) Kabed Koba H3515 massive (see also 3514. kobed)  
(120) Kabed Koba H3515 many (see also 3514. kobed)  
(121) Kabed Koba H3515 Hard, strong (see also 3514. kobed)  
(122) Khéesa H2687 gravel Assyrian: aƒâƒu (from 2686. Khatsats)
(123) Galal Ngala H1557 manure, garbage, droppings  
(124) zâham. ; Zaam Zaama H2092; h2194 hate, be rude, be repulsive, hate  
(125) âshâm   Sumu; my-sumu H817 guilt, offense, sin, guilt (Note that the Alef cannot be read when it is in front) (see also shum : guilt. h8036)    
(126) Khuwt KUTA H2338 Repair, join So, (link)  
(127) lâkham Lakama H3898 Eat a lot, devour etc.  
(128) laylâh *, layelah   Laala   H3915 Heb. night (compared to day); Kkg. (Stay overnight) Assyrian: lîlâtu
(129) bĕla Bèla H1080 Afflict, harass, oppress, etc.  
(130) Bagad Buka H898 Treacherously acting, looting etc. See also Baki. (remember that (g) and (k) are easily interchangeable)  
(131) ṭâkâh tàkuka H2909 Throw (Keep in mind that the (h) sometimes becomes the (k) as in the case of -hanukkah -o kanuka)  
(132) tekûma Takama H8617 resistivity: – able to stand upright  
(133) damah dama H1820 … be killed, (extinguished), destroy, stop, etc. Kkg (off)  
8-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(134) Shaas Sansa; sanza H7601 Looting. (Remember that languages bantu tend to guttural)  
(135) Balah Bola H1086 Something old, old.  
(136) Shaal Zūula H7592 Ask; (The (z) and (s) merge. Assyrian: ša ° âlu
(137) Yimnâ Yiminà H3234 Hold back, ban. (See, H4513)  
(138) kawdam Kwada H6923 a primitive root; project (a self). escape.  
(139) Gheber. . (from Gabar) NGABU H1397 Warrior, soldier Assyrian: gabru
(140) Tabal Tibula H2881 Dive into it, (see also, Tibu.)  
(141) Tebalyahuw =   (+ Tabal yahh)   Tibula + yaa   H2882 immersed, purified by the Lord ”  
(142) Mosheh (from mashah) màsa; Maza H4872 HEb.Extract (water) KKG. (Water) (probably = Egyptian my, mesu
(143) Towdah Tonda H8426 thank you. Thanksgiving  
(144) e m uw n ah   minu   H530 the faith. (Remember that if the vowels differ, consonants count.) Aramaic: Amman   (from 539. aman)
(145) yâlak Yaluka H3212 HEb. Walk, move. KKG. (Running, climbing, climbing a mountain, etc.)  
(146) shâbûwa Sabala H7620 7 day period  
(147) Sukkah Saka (nsaka) H5521 brush  
(148) bka BaAka H1234 tear  
(149) Baka BaAka H1234 to divide  
(150) Baka BaAka H1234 Tear down  
(151) Baka BaAka H1234 Cut in pieces  
(152) Baʻshâʼ Baza H1201 Heb. (Wicked) KKG. (A very bad subject, a thug.) (The (z) and (s) are often interchangeable. (Third king of the northern kingdom of Israel and founder of the second dynasty after killing the second king, Nadab)  
9-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(153) Leka Leka (lingala) H1980 (a conjugation of halak.) go, walk, come, go, proceed, move, go  
(154) Mumwm mwàmwa, H3971 stain a task  
(155) Khaysen Kesa, H2632 force: – power  
(156) Yahad Yenda;     (or, winnda, “uynda”) H3034 throw, kick, send, go   (See yeda 3029 )  
(157) nâsâ Nanza H5375 Heb. (Wear continuously, support) Kkg. (Perseverance, persevere) – (see also nnci)  
(158) lohg longi H3849 from an unused root which seems to mean: deepen or deepen. (space measurement) see also “longo”  
(159) kaphar Kafa H3722 Heb. (A primitive root; cover, especially with bitumen) Kkg (butcher, stuff a pipe, cover it)  
(160) yûwbal Yobila H3105 Heb. (A stream, a stream) Kkg (let the water run over the body, i.e. wash.) Assyrian: abused (From yabal)
(161) shafat Sifa H8199 pronounce a sentence (for or against. Kkg. (pronounce, a sentence against, a curse) Assyrian: šapâtu
(162) Kawhawl Kwala; (Kuwhala) H6951 assemble, assembly, Kkg (tie around, assemble)  
(263) kawhawl Kwalala H6951 great multitude, crowd,  
(164) gâdad Nganda H1413 Heb. (Gathering in troops or in crowds) Kkg. (Gather in crowds, in a city, or village)  
(165) Megiddon;   Me + gâdad   Ma + ngànda; or Mi + ngànda H4023 troop location “; (kkg = plural of gâdad)  
(166) sheba Sambo (lingala) H7651 seven Assyrian: sibi, sibittu
(167) shaba` Siba H7650 swear (see also shibâ h7656)  
(168) shaba` Siba H7650 curse  
(169) shaba` Siba H7650 adjure  
(170) shaba` Siba H7650 swear by repeating the same words over and over.  
(171) sibah Siba H7653 Heb. (Satiety, to satiety) Kkg (eat copiously, so satiety)  
10-Hebrews Kikongo Code definition  
(172) showa` Zwa, ko-zwa (lingala) H7771 Eb …. rich, wealth. Lingala = (get, take, receive, succeed)  
(173) yacham Yiika, yikama H3179 Heb. (Heat, get hot, get hot) (Kkg = light up, ignite some, set it on fire; burn, so get hot)  
(174) tsûwk Syoka, nsyoka H6694 pour or pour liquids  
(175) safah Safa H8193 Gen.11: 1; … speak, talk. Talk.    
(176) Yala H1984 boast etc  
(177) yanah Yina H3238 mistreat, oppress  
(178) bazaar Baza H967 disperse  
(179) Yalala H1984 …. shine, be renamed Assyrian: alâlu
(180) mahalal; my + halal Ma + Yalala H4110 renowned; in a word, the plural of yalala  
(181) Mahalalel   Mahala + lel Mayalalele;   Mayalala + ele H4111 “praise of God” son of Kenan, fourth descendant of Adam by Seth  
(182) Shîylôh Siila; nsîilu H7886 who he is, what belongs to him (kkg = promise, designate) (The promise of a kingdom had been made to the Messiah. therefore the royal power belongs to him .)  
(183) khehsed; kyēsa, H2617 love, good deed, kindness, kindness  
(184) kehtsef Khese; nkēsi H7110 anger  
(185 zâbach Zaba H2076 sacrifice, cut, burn, bleed Assyrian: Zibû
(186) taba` Taba H2883   (Also 2881. tabal) to flow, to flow in  
(187) Tebalyahu   . Tebal + yah Taba + yaa H2882 Yah dived  
(188) SATAM sàata H7852 to hate, to oppose, to hold a grudge, to hold back animosity against  
(189) yakhar Yeka H3368 … fat …  
(190) yeza Yazi H3154 Heb. (Sweat) Kkg. (Covered by, or (sweat..etc))  
11-Hebrews Kikongo Code definition  
(191) tiyt Ntoto H2916 clay, earth, mud Assyrian: ‰ î ‰ u   (Titu?)
(192) Tsûwk tyka, tyka H6694 … pay. (es.eau)  
(193) `alah the H; mu-the H5927 a primitive root; go up, intransitively (to be high); (remember that Alef does not read it when it is in front) Assyrian: elected
(194) kahyits kaya H7019 harvest (as a crop), whether the product (grain or fruit)  
(195) beten Buta; Butana H990 belly, abdomen, or uterus. From an unused root probably means to be empty; the belly, especially the uterus. (in kg. means giving birth, therefore emptying the belly, the uterus)  
(196) shama` Nsamu, H8085 something to listen to, to proclaim; Listen carefully. hence the name of the prophet Samuel. that is to say: samu + el (ele) Assyrian: šemû
(197) mishma` Mid-Samu H4926 in a word, plural of shama (nsamu)  
(198) zâkhal zèkelè H2119 fearful, cowardly (nobody)  
(199) sukkâh Soka H7905 dart (as sharp as a thorn): – barbed iron; Lance. Kkg. (Ax *). ……………… .. More: In kg. sùka = hit, hit on (with an object pointed, acute);  
(200) dakah daka H1794 to be broken  
(201) dakah daka H1794 weaken (physically or mentally)  
(202) lakats Iakama, ext. from làka H3905 oppress, afflict, torment  
(203) lâtash lata H3913 Heb. (Hitting with a hammer, hammering) Kkg. (Hitting)  
(204) lêkâh yukata, (out of there ) H3922 to go very far, travel;  
(205) temûwnâh   Tamuna   H8544 something in part, or separate  
(206) Bâtsar Baasha H1219 collect, fence, as to collect grapes or fish.  
(207) mibtsâr Ma-Baasha   Mid Baasha H4013 (Plural form of bàasa).   fortification, fortress, fortified city, fortified town (close)  
(208) Elymas Elima (lingala G1681 magician, Wizard;   In other words, the means by which evil spirits interact. Lingala = (evil spirits); (not to be confused with Elimo)  
(209) yâkhal yùkwa H3176 wait; implicitly, be patient,  
12-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(210) Inti; ti H6086 Tree  
(211) Inti; ti H6086 wood sticks  
(212) nĕ’aqah nyonga H5009 complain, lament; (note that (k) and (g) are in time interchangeable.)  
(213) Yalam Yalama H3281 hidden. Kkg (to be above, so hidden).  
(214) Kâsam Kasa H2629 to stop, therefore muzzle (kkg. close, tighten, pull: bind, fix sth)  
(215) shaphak Sumpuka H8210 shed (blood) Assyrian: Šapâku
(216) shâfâl sàfula H8217 humiliated, humble, belittled  
(217) khawmas kwâma H2554 to be treated violently  
(218) yabab yaaba (yabala) H2980 yell  
(219) yabab yaaba (yabala) H2980 cry  
(220) Pâam Palma (Paama) H6470 a primitive root; hitting, that is, beating regularly;  
(221) yâd yaadi H3027 dominion, so regent, Assyrian: îdu
(222) yâgâh yànnga (yàngala) H3013 grieve, cause grief (kkg. torment)  
(223) Yâbêsh yaba H3001 be dried out (so empty water)  
(224) Sabab Zeba H5437 walk, go, take a ride etc.  
(225) yôwm Yuma H3117 an unused root which means to be hot; one day (depending on the hot weather) Kkg. (Take a bath of sun, “according to the hot hour”) Assyrian: ummu, ûmu
(226) kâthath Kaata H3807 a primitive root; … strike hard:  
(227) nabi nabi Ki-Nabi H5030 a prophet or a man (usually) inspired – prophecy.  
(228) Pale, (pehleh) pèela H6381, H6382 to do extraordinary things, to do wonderful, to do wonderfully. to be difficult to understand   Kkg. (Act in a mysterious way)  
13-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
(229) mîyn (meen)   , he gave   H4327 from an unused root, which means partitioning; a sort, that is to say a “species”. Kkg. = Germinate, come from; (hence origin, species); produce.  
(230) dĕbash Deba H1706 an unused root which means to be gummy; honey (of its viscosity); Assyrian: dišpu
(231) deber DÉBA H1698 from H1696 (in the sense of destroying)  
(232) âkab Kuba H6117 of aqeb, to seize by the heel; figuratively, to bypass (as if tripping, that is, a false step). hence the name of the Jacobean patriarch. Yah + akab  
(233) âkêb (ākāv)   kuva   H6119 … back (remember that the Alef does not read it when it is in front)  
(234) Yahh Yaa H3050 short form of the proper name of the one true God. So the Lord etc. In Kikongo, this indicates superiority (yaa), to express veneration, honored. the absolute superior is naturally God!  
(235) yasha yasa H3467 a primitive root; properly, be open, wide or free, that is to say (implicitly) be safe; causally, to release or rescue: hence the name of Jesus or Isaiah.  
(236) Ysha’yah. (isaiah) Yasayâa H3470 Yasha + yâhh; same name of Jesus, but backwards. that is to say: Yâhh + yasha.  
(237) Ana N / A H576 I, me; (remember that Alef does not read it when it is in front)  
(238) gûwfâh Kuufa H1480 corpse, therefore, be dead. (the (g) changed, becomes (k))  
(239) tûwb tuba H8421 tûwb, (Aramaic)…. answer, so speak  
(240) Duewk dùuka H1743 beat… Assyrian: dâku
(241) medôkâh = (me + duswk) Ma + dùuka; or Mi + dùuka H4085 mortar  
(242) yĕkar yēeka H3366 Heb. (Honor, esteem)   Kkg. (Dispense (title, dignity); appoint, proclaim (king, chief, etc.)) Assyrian: (Yakar)
243 Katal Kaata H6991 a primitive root; cleanly cut, that is to say (figuratively) to death  
244 Kâbal Kaba H2254 a primitive root; wind tightly (like a rope); bind   Kkg. (Part of the knot to be climbed which is not wrapped with rattan; band; belt)  
(245) Khôdesh Ngonde H2320 month; . (the (k) changes, becomes (g)) Assyrian: [adâšu], uddiš,
(246) Khôdesh Ngonde H2320 new Moon. (Kkg. Moon) … (the (k) changes, becomes (g)) Assyrian: [adâšu], uddiš,   (from H2318. Khadash)
247 Kheleth Kwela. (Kowēla) H6953 to gather, so to reunite. (kkb. meeting (ex) in marriage)  
14-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
248 Kâtseh kati (katsi) H7097 therein; the whole thing; etc.  
(249) Kâgar Kanga H2296 gird Assyrian: agâru
(250) Kâgar Kanga H2296 hold back, (imprison) Assyrian: agâru
(251) yâkad yēeka (yoka) H3344 burn, light  
(252) yâkûwsh Yika H3353 a trap  
(253) yamar Yama H3235 boast.  
(254) yâkah Yeka H3363 …to abandon  
(255) golaw (galah)   kùla (ngala)   H1473 exiles; the (k) changes, becomes (g)  
(256) Shemer sema H8106 preserved (separate)  
(257) Kĕmâʼ kwàma H2528 anger, fury  
(258) surewg Zunga H7735 fence  
(259) Showbak Sùba, zùba, H7731 expansion  
(260) sôwbek sôbwa H7730 thick branches; Kkg (mass of … branches etc)  
(261) sole SEMO H5566 a resemblance: figure, idol, image.  
(262) khake Nkèke H2436 chest; between.  
(263) bôwʼ Buu H935 pass, carry in; entry, coming, enter Kkg. (Place, where we pass)  
(264) mabow Ma-buu H3996 entry, a coming, enter (but as in the Bantu languages, it seems to indicate also the plural of bùu!) (See also mobaw H4126)  
(265) Zelah (Tsela`) zàala H6762 ….adversity  
(266) Pâkad PEKA H6485 search, search, visit Assyrian: pa ‡ âdu
15-Hebrews Kikongo Code definition  
(267) âbad Mbadi H5647 work for another, serve. (remember that Alef does not read it when it is in front) Assyrian: abdu
(268) ʼekhâd Kada H259 . . .each assyrian: edu, aadu
(269) kâfan nkùfu H3719 Heb .. (a primitive root; to bend)   Kkg. (Which is curved;)  
(270) yâshab yàazi H3427 (sit specifically as a judge. by implication, live, stay. Kkg. (house, place for public affairs, eg sit down to judge) Assyrian: ašâbu,
(271) aysh iya; Yee H784 burning, fiery, fire, flaming Assyrian: išatu
(272) pawkakh PEKA H6491 a primitive root; open (the senses, especially the eyes); figuratively, to be observant: – open (pèka tala)  
(273) tsûwk;   Or (feminine). tsûwqâh. (H6695) tsuuki     (ma-tsuuki) H6693 constrain, press, put in the strait, tighten, oppress) (see also Sùka; Zuka} (Kkg: torment, pain)  
(274) Kâlat kàla, or kaala H7038 Heb .. (devoid of body parts)   Kkg. (Testicle- (castration) – therefore missing in its parts)  
(275) Zâbad zamba H2064 a primitive root; confer; give.  
(276) shĕbak (Aramaic) sèbika, (fact. of sèbama) H7662 allow to stay; be left .etc.  
(277) shem Sema H8034 honor, distinguish, renown Assyrian: šumu
(278) yânak Yanika H3240 place, deposit, be left, be placed (for example in the sun or as an object for sale.)  
(279) dâkâh dùuka H1760 push, chase, be excluded, be rejected  
(280) Sakak Sôka H5526 …. cover (wrap)  
(281) dâlaq ndàala H1814 Heb .. (to continue with ardor) (1Sa 17:53)     Kkg. (Come, go to the rescue in battle; therefore continue with ardor)  
(282) bayith bēetu, bēeto, H1004 Heb .. (family of descendants, descendants as an organized body)   (in kkg it means us, but also in the sense of blood lineage.) the expression: beeto na beeto is very emblematic Assyrian: bîtu
(283) Betheel   bayith + el bétet + ele H1008 House  
284 nâthan Nata, H5414 carry,  
285 nâthan nàtu, (de nàta) H5414 load, burden. Assyrian: Nadadul
16-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
286 tam (tom) Tôma H8537 perfect, complete, beauty, etc. healthy  
287 ănîy Ni, (ka-ni) H589 I; (as for me), myself; (e.g. ni dyà ko (remember that Alef does not read it when it is in front)  
288 Nephilim (nafal)   nyéfa   H5303; H5307   hit, beat.  
289 Ketsath Kenza; Kenzo H7117 a part.  
290 khdal Kanda H2308 Stop, stop, give up,  
291 Khâtâʼ khàtu, nkàtu H2398 miss (kkg. Nothing, zero Assyrian: -a ‰ û (atû?)
292 kether (from Kathar) Nkata H3804 a crown, a circle; (like the ones our mothers in Africa use to carry pounds on their heads.)  
293 lakh Leeke H3893 Heb (freshness, vigor) Kkg. (Which is juvenile, youthful)  
294 Katsats Kisa, kwâssa (kwàsa) H7112 cut Assyrian: ‡ aƒâƒu; ‡ iƒƒatu
295 mabbuwl mayim   mabulu mwaya (mayi)   H3999 H4325 Heb. (Deluge waters) Kkg (the holes open rainy )  
296 thelēma Telama G2307 (Greek) a determination; a will; (ready to, zealous for;)  
297 khomaw KOMO H2346 Active female participle of an unused root apparently intending to join Kkg. (Tight bound together, compressed. adj., heavy, weighing.)  
298 kabad Kuba H3513 harden Assyrian: Kabadu; kabâtu
299 kobed Kaba H3514 weight, heaviness, mass; Kkg (carry something heavy)  
300 Kabab Kaba H6895 hollow out, excavate  
301 Kibbûwts (from kabats) Kabu H6899 gathering, a crowd; troop of no one.  
302 nâfakh nùufuka H5301 breathe, breathe, sniff, Assyrian: napâ — u, nappa — u
303 yâlad yéele H3205 … Produce (eg children, fruit) (Isa 55:10) Assyrian: alâdu
304 musab (M + sabab) (Mu, or ma) -Zeba H4141; H5437 turning around  
17-Hebrew Kikongo Code definition  
305 weeks ki-nsèmo, (from sèmuka, first-born, elder; uses, rights concerning the elder, birthright.) H8034 Shem may not have been the firstborn, but in the blessing pronounced by Noah, it was indicated that the line of Shem would have been particularly favored by God and would have contributed to the sanctification of the name of God; Noah actually calls YHWH “the God of Shem”  
306 Kâkam Ngangu H2449 be wise. (the letter (k) becomes (g).) Assyrian: Akamu
307 kehawth kwèta (kuwèta) H6955 ally; ally assembled; (Kkg. To tighten, to press to bind, to be tied. See, kwètama, kwètinina) (son of levi.)  
308 akal Kala H398 . . burn, devour, consume (of fire) (Ma-Kala) the Alef (a) when it is in front is mute. So, kala. Assyrian akâlu
309 af H639 anger;   (the Alef (a) when it is in front is mute. So: fū!) Assyrian: support
310 Gâzal Kaaza H1497 Heb. (A primitive root; to pluck; specifically to skin, strip or steal)   (Kkg. Tear, tear, tear off beautiful teeth;) (the letter (k) becomes (g).)  
311 Babel Mbebele, beba. H894 Wk (confusion). (kkg. something broken, crushed, ruined, which no longer works) moreover, – Baba means, dumb or the person who stutters, but you do not understand what he says – (and it certainly reminds us of the story of the tower of babel) Assyrian: Bab-ilu
312 yakach yïika, yika. H3198 appoint  
313 yakach yïika, yika. H3198 judge  
314 yakach yïika, yika. H3198 condemn  
315 yakach yïika, yika. H3198 correct  
316 selah * Nsele H5553 rock  
317 Labab Lamba H3823 Heb. (Baking cakes, baking bread.) Kkg. (Cook, steam, boil, stir, pre- trim food, put on fire; baker)   (We had already considered this “word” with regard to the abduction, so the flight pronounced with a nasal sound changes its meaning.)  
318 Labab leba H3823 delight the heart, persuade; to encourage  
319 layaw Laya H3812;   H3811.   (Jacob’s wife) Heb. (Being afflicted, exhausted, weak, sorrow, lath, getting tired) Kkg (be layer; to be bedridden; Be sick.)   (see also “làyalala” = to be very tired) Assyrian: li’at
320 lawat Iwata;   luàta; Láta (lingala) H3813 cover. Kkg (cover with clothing, dress)  
321 lawaz Iwàza (luàza) H3937 speak indistinctly; Kkg. (Noise, noise, therefore indistinguishable)  
222 leb; lab. lamba H3820 Heb. (understanding, spirit, the center of everything, heart etc;)   Kkg. (Activate understanding, spirit, center of everything, heart;) (see H3824. Lebab)  
323 Kadash; . (Kodesh) Kandu (from kànda) H6942; H6944 consecrate, be sanctified; thing devoted.  
18-Hebrews Kikongo Code definition  
324 Tata (Latin-Greek)   auntie online etymology dictionary (dad) Father. (Dad)  
325 aman , he gave H539 long-lasting, firm and stable. (the Alef (a) when he is in front is mute)  
326 illay (Aramaic) mo-layi, pl. mid-layi (lingala) H5943 Heb. = The highest; high. Lingala = (long, length long, tall) Assyrian: elected (from, alah)
327 kawtar Kota H7000 join; A primitive root; include – join    
328 Khânan Kanana H2603 bend or bend (kindly towards a lower) Kkg (bend) (see also H2583 – chanah) Assyrian: noninu, naminu nannu
329 khaytsi; khêtsîy Kati; Nkasi Katsi H2677 half  
330 khaytsi; khêtsîy Kati; Nkasi Katsi H2677 middle  
331 khaytsi; khêtsîy Kati; Nkasi Katsi H2677 midnight; (Exodus 12:29)  
  332 gulgôleth   kùngulù;     Kongolo H1538 a skull (in the round); implicitly, a head; (kkg: in the shape of a skull; which is round, shaved entirely (the head) etc) – (k) becomes (g), (n) becomes (l)    
333 tsikheh sika H6704 dried  
334 pehgher Mpungu H6297 …corpse Assyrian: pagru (Agar)
335 shĕbach (Aramaic) samba H7624 to praise, to adore, to worship  
336 shabakh samba; Sambuka H7623 a primitive root; correctly, to address in a loud voice, to shout.  
337 schebul Sambu H7635 path, road  
338 nâkhâsh nyoka H5175 snake  
339 nâbâl nyumbulu H5034 stupid; wicked (especially unholy)  
340 surewk nsùki H7753 Heb. (Intertwine, i.e. enclosed fence, (make a) hedge (above)   Kkg: (hair, hair. Frizzy, curly, woolly hair) (like the hedge)  
341 dâfak Fail H1849 …hit  
342 sâââh Saka H7685 grow, increase. {(k) becomes (g)}  
19-Hebrews Kikongo Code definition  
343 saggîy nzàngi H7690 large (… in size) (S) becomes (z)  
344 sâgâʼ Nzanga H7679 enlarge, increase (therefore become multitude of) Kkg. (Crowd, multitude of …)  
345 pûwg, poog   poka, pooka H6313 being weak; ((g) becomes (k)  
346 Pûwtîyʼ (êl) Mputa (ele) H6317 Heb. afflicted (from God “)   Kkg. (Wound (in general); scabies, pangs; etc) … (of God)  
347 nûwn Naanu; Nuna H5125 … to be perpetual (to last a long time)   (father of Joshua the successor of Moses) Assyrian: nunu
348 nuwa` nwà * (nnûa) H5128 …are moving; be fleeting; move   Kkg. (Which slides, sneaks on the tip of feet, scampering like a fugitive.)  
349 nûwk nwīka (nuīka) H5134 breast-feed; give drink etc Assyrian: tinûru
350 nâzâh Nyanza H5137 . to sprout; throw etc   (Numbers 8: 7)  
351 nâzâh Nyanza H5137 sprinkle (so disperse) (See also nyànzuna)  
352 nâzal Nyanza H5140 flow, rain, flood, flow, gush  
253 shâbar Sheba H7665 break into pieces, tear; Kkg (cut, cut, cut into small pieces;) assyrian: Šabâru
354 shâbar Sheba H7665 hurt assyrian: Šabâru
355 shâbar Sheba H7665 burst, therefore (noise, crash) assyrian: Šabâru
356 tsedâkâ kyêdikà, tsyêdikà, H6666 . . .The truth; (instead of (k) in “mavula” we use the (ts) more often as in this case.) So: (kyêdikà = tsyêdikà = Kyeleka = tsyeleka)  
357 (khathath;.. (Khath) bu-kàtu or ; (bu-Kuta) H2865; H2844 to fear Assyrian: attu
358 Zua zwà (zua) H2111 to be afraid (to tremble) (See H2113. Zevaah) Assyrian: zû
359 Kawmat Kamata H7061 grab Assyrian: ‡ imƒu; kinƒu
360 dalaph dila H1811 cry  
361 kawsas kàsa (kàaza) H3699 chew in late Hebrew Assyrian: kasâsu
20-Hebrews Kikongo Code definition  
362 niqqud nyùka; nyūku-nyūku, H5350 a crumb (as broken to tasks); also a cookie (as pitted) – cracknell (powdery, dusty, crushed,) (See also: nika, nikama)  
363 khahyil kaya; kàayi; kàyila; H2429 aloud (kkg.ex.crie au chien)  
364 nâgakh nûnguka H5055 push  
365 pāsak pàsuka (see also lingala) H6589 (tear, break), therefore, separate, open,  
366 kânaw Kana H7065 hate, resentful  
367 khûs Kosa H2347 cover Assyrian: û s
368 khad Kaada H2299 Heb. (Sharp, piercing, sharp)   Kkg. (Needle, pin) (see also khadad H2300)  
369 Khâdad nkàdi H2300 hateful, cruel;  
370 khad Kada H2297 A a; Kkg. (Each; each.) (see H259. echad) (from ekhawd) Assyrian: edu, a-adu
371 Gheber (from Gabar) NGABU H1397 a man Assyrian: Gabru
372 sakhah Suka H7811 To swim  
373 tsafah Safu H6824 evacuation  
374 year Nona; nûina H596 whisper; (the Alef (a) when he is in front is mute.) Assyrian: [anânu], ênênu, unnînu,
(375) bôw’ + Ana Bwana H935 + H576 reach + me  
(376) nude + Ana   nwana   H5106 + H576 (neutralize – break) + (me)   (struggle, bat, battle)  
377 keli Kili-kili (lingala) H3627 of all kinds, in a mess  
378 keli kele (from kâla.) H3628 forcible confinement, duress, imprisonment  
379 pāga Mpunga H6293 attacked, come to blows;  
380 pāga Mpunga H6293 intercessor (Kkg = stop, suspend a trial for some te mps because of the angry state on both sides)  



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