Wolof mutauro unowanikwa kuSenegal, Gambia neMauritania.

Mamwe MazwiEdit

Wolof hausi mutauro weBantu, saka mazwi anotodzana neShona haataisirwi kuwanda. Mazwi ari pano akanyorwa kwete nokuti anotodza Shona.

  • Wolof vanoti taama (v. to walk, travel) kureva kufamba.
  • Wolof vanoti anyi (some) kureva amwe.
  • Wolof vanoti dunda (v. to live; be alive, exist) kureva kurarama.
  • Wolof vanoti feer (n. iron) kureva simbi.
  • Wolof vanoti furi (to fade, loose value).
  • Wolof vanoti jamaano (n. generation, period, time).
  • Wolof vanoti jamba (n. opium).
  • Wolof vanoti jonga (v. to circumcise) kureva kuchecheudza.
  • Wolof vanoti jula (n. trader) kureva mushavi.
  • Wolof vanoti kata (n. effort, move. transfer). Fananidzai nokuti makata?
  • Wolof vanoti mbooko (n. relative) kureva hama.
  • Wolof vanoti meeda (to faint, to be in a coma; unslaughtered).
  • Wolof vanoti meena (v. sprout) kureva kumera.
  • Wolof vanoti naaf (v. to pile in large pile) kuunganidza murwi. Fananidzai nokuti nhafu?
  • Wolof vanoti ndimo (n. material, fabric).
  • Wolof vanoti ndoxe (adj. watery).
  • Wolof vanoti paaka (n. knife) kureva banga.
  • Wolof vanoti papa (father, daddy) kureva baba.
  • Wolof vanoti perewere (to be transparent) kureva kuwonekera.
  • Wolof vanoti santa (to give thanks; praise).
  • Wolof vanoti seega (to sift; filter; review) kureva kusefa.
  • Wolof vanoti taaga (nest) kureva dendere.
  • Wolof vanoti tooga (to cook) kureva kubika.
  • Wolof vanoti toopa (to follow) kureva kubika.

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  1. https://resourcepage.gambia.dk/ftp/wollof.pdf
  2. https://fsi-languages.yojik.eu/languages/PeaceCorps/Wolof/Wolof%20Dictionary.pdf