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computer Afidie a wͻma no nsɛm ne akontahyɛdeɛ, na wͻkyerɛ no nea ͻnyɛ a, na ɛnoara adwen ho ayɛ de mmuaeɛ aba. "akontafiri, afiridwenne" wͻ Akuapem mu. An electronic equipment or instrument that receives data and processes them in accordance with a set of instructions (program) and presents results. Etymology: nkonta~afidie; afidie~dwen~adeɛNnɛ mmerɛ yi mu deɛ, adwumayɛfoͻ dodoͻ noara de akontafidie na yɛ wͻn nnwuma.
Refers to a person who is a liar, an impostor or a deceiver. In Fante, it is "ndabrabanyi". In Akuapem Twi, the "כ" at the end is dropped. The more common use is the synonym "כkכnkכnsani" or "okontomponi". A derivative of the word is "nnabraba", which means falsehood, deceitful.Asɛm a wobɛka biara nnim, כdabrabafoכ!
Variations: akonnua, akonnwa. A low stool neatly carved out of one piece of wood; Also the king's stool/throne( ahennua/ahengua). Origin: ɛkɔn, agua. When a man has his stool carried after him, it is carried by his attendant not on the head, but on the shoulder, at the neck (kɔn) or nape, probably from some superstitious notion.fa akongua yi ma me.
chairtena akongua yi so na twεn me.
come.Osei, bra ha. - Osei, come here.