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fulani words and meaning
By Basheerul Pulaaku B-innabaawel

English to Fulani

Pulaaku= Perfectness.
Baabiraaku= Fatherhood
Inniraaku= Motherhood
Kookiraaku= Ancestorship
Maamiraaku= Grand-parenthood
Bachchaaku= Childhood
Taaniraaku= Grand-childhood
Bandiraaku= Brotherhood and Sisterhood
Derɗiraaku= Brothership and Sistership
Enɗiraaku= Kinship
Sumfaaku= Relationship
Soobiraaku= Friendship

Ndottaaku= Eldership of the Men
Ndewaaku= Eldership of the women
Eltaaku= Correction
Moodibbaaku= Mastership
Janginaaku= Teaching method
Anditaaku= Understanding
Andinaaku= Tutorship
Findinaaku= Making awake
Tindinaaku= Guiding
Henditaaku= Division
Hedditaaku= Neighboring
Joddiraaku= Togetherness
Walliraaku= Helping
Senaaku= Holiness
Yiɗitaaku= Love making
Yurminaaku= Mercifulness
Munyitaaku= Forgiveness

Lamminaaku= Appointiment
Laamaaku= Kingship
Aardaaku= Leadership
Jawraaku= House-holdership
Hakkilaaku= Carefulness
Mawniraaku= Siniority
Gorkaaku= Powerfulness
Debbaaku= Mercifulness

Wooɗitaaku= Beautifying
Sukaaku= Youngness
Sembiɗaaku= Strongness
Surbaaku= Fashion
Wo’inaaku= Goodness

Ngoongiraaku= Truthfullness
Aadilaaku= Justice
Tagiraaku= Humanity
Minyiraaku= Youngerness

Lesdiraaku= Nationality
Gelleraaku= Locality
Moptiraaku= Unity
Fotiraaku= Equality
Andiraaku= Identity
Gootaaku= Union
Kuudaaku= Copration
Suuɗaaku Privacy

Goggiraaku= Being the Aunty
Bappiraaku e Kawiraaku= Being the Uncle
Esiraaku= Being the Inlaw
Lenyaaku= Family life,m

Makkaaku= Mecca life style
Madinaaku= Madina life style
Khaulakaaku= Khaulakh life style
Kanaaku= Kano lifestyle
Sokotaaku= Sokoto life style
Yolaaku= Yola life style
Gimbaaku= Gombe life style
Katsinaaku= Katsina life style
Jammenaaku= Ndjammena lifestyle

Morokaaku= Morocco life style
Senegalaaku= Senegal life style
Nguddiraaku= Nguddeeri Borno life style
Tukuraaku= Tekrur lifestyle
Fuutaaku= Futa lifestyle.

Fulani language words

1- How are you? No mbadda
2- Long time no see. Mi wayri yiide ma
3- My name is … Indhe am, ko
4- I’m from … Ngummii mi ko
5- Where are you from? Holto njeyadha?
6- Good morning Jam waali
7- Good afternoon On nialli e jam Jam nial dhon
8- Good evening On hiri e jam Jam hirdhon
9- Good night Wallen e jam
10- Goodbye Haa gonngol
11- Good luck! Yoo geno reene
12- Have a nice day Nianlen e jam
13- Have a nice meal Yoo en njedhe
14- Yes Eey
15- No Ala
16- Maybe Ina gasa
17- I don’t know Mi anda
18- Do you understand? A fami?
19- I understand Mi fami
20- Please speak more slowly Achu haké hal cess, mi famani
21- Thank you Jaraama
22- Mi yidi ma I love you

Fulfulde to English

1)Kosam__________________________Milk
2)Diyam__________________________Water
3)Nyamdu ____________________________Food
4) Mi nyamai Nyiiri________I will eat food
5)Mi yaray Diyam_______I will drink water
6)Mi yaray Kosam_______I will drink Milk
7)E Mi Nyama Nyiiri_____I’m eating food
8)E Mi yara Diyam____I’m drinking water
9)E Mi yara Kosam____I’m drinking Milk
10)Jaɓu Nyiri Ma______Have Your food
11)Jaɓu Diyam Ma____Have Your water
12)Jaɓu kosam Ma_____Have Your Milk
13)Ɓeddanam Li’o____ Add soups for Mi
14)Ɓeddanam Diyam__Add water for Mi
15)Ɓeddanam Kosam___Add milk for Mi
16)Ɓeddanam Nyiri_____Add food for Mi
17)Hokkam Kosam________Give Mi Milk
18)Hokkam Diyam________Give Mi water
19)Hokkam Kusel_________Give Mi meat
20)Waru nyamen________Come let us eat
21)E Mi yiɗi Baskoje___________I like okra
22)E Mi yiɗi Maarori/maaro ___________I want Rice
23)E Mi Nana weelo___________I’m hungry
24)Mi haari____________I have had enough
25) Waru Jaren _____Come let us drink.
26) Nyiiri———-cooked food

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English______________________Fulfulde
1)sleep______________________Ɗoydi
2)I will sleep_______________Mi ɗaanoto
3)I want to sleep_____E Mi yidi Mi ɗaano
4)I am sleeping__________E Mi ɗaani
5)I have slept______________Mi ɗaanike
6)He is sleeping__________E mo ɗaani
7)He has slept___________O ɗaanike
8)she is sleeping_________E mo ɗaani
9)she has slept__________O ɗaanike
10)we are sleeping________E men ɗaani
11)we have slept__________Men ɗaanike
12)they are sleeping_____E ɓe ɗaani
13)they have slept_______Ɓe ɗaanike
14)awake_______________Huylaki
15)He is awake_________O Huylake
16)she is awake_______E mo huylo
17)we have awoken__Men kuylake
Fulfulde______________________English
18)Hannde____________________Today,
19)Janngo/Jaago_____________Tomorrow,
20)Hanki/ Kenya_______________Yesterday,
21)Hecce Kenya___________Day before yesterday,
22)Hecciti Kenya_________ upper last day before yesterday
23) Faɓɓi-jaago_________Next tomorrow,
24)faɓɓiti-jaago__________Next upper tomorrow,
25)Mi yaha jangirde Hannde_____I’m going to school today,
26)Mi yaha luumo Jaago_____I’M going to market tomorrow,
27)Men jangi Kenya_____we Read yesterday,
28)Mi daanike hanki____I sleep yester-night,
29)Mi hokkete jaango_______I will give you tomorrow,
30)Ɓe noddiiyam Kenya ____They called me yesterday,
31)Jaago don nyande loomo___________ Tomorrow is a market day
32)Hannde dun nyande Bangal_________ today is a wedding day,

Extra meaning for HANKI some time some Fulfulde dialects used to referred : Last Night or yester-night while some dialects used to referred: yesterday.

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