a language of the Kwa branch of Niger-Congo spoken in much of Ghana and parts of the Ivory Coast.
a member of any of various Akan-speaking peoples, including the Ashanti and Fanti.
Thus buat-kan (to do) means to do something to (Akan) something or somebody.
A Manual of the Malay language William Edward Maxwell
The volume commences with an account of the Akan tribes and their existence in two main branches–Fanti and Ashanti.
The Journal of Negro History, Vol. I. Jan. 1916 Various
(pl) -kan, -kans. a member of a people of Ghana and the E Côte d’Ivoire
the language of this people, having two chief dialects, Fanti and Twi, and belonging to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family
Modern Greek name of . Historical Examples Aitlians, Achaians, all the rest, had a share in the overthrow of the mother city of Rome; akarnania was guiltless. Studies of Travel – Greece Edward A. Freeman
akaryocyte akaryocyte a·kar·y·o·cyte (ā-kār’ē-ə-sīt’, ə-kār’-) n. A cell having no nucleus. Also called acaryote, akaryote.
noun (biology) a cell without a nucleus akaryote a·kar·y·ote (ā-kār’ē-ōt’, ə-kār’-) n. See akaryocyte.
(in the philosophies of India) the ether, regarded as including material and nonmaterial entities in a common medium. Historical Examples By degrees the battalions and squadrons began to move forward towards akasha. The River War Winston S. Churchill Advancing beyond their frontier, they have established themselves at akasha. The River War Winston S. Churchill Eventually […]