Digital Flashcards Wolof Suffixes & Prefixes Wolof Colors Wolof Fauna (Animals & Insects) Wolof Days of the Week Wolofized Arabic Wolof Affixes Bundle (flashcard set
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. Lexicon: English to Wolof ♦ Wolof to English Phrase Dictionary: Wolof to English ♦ English to Wolof Lexicon English to Wolof action
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. Days of the Week ♦ Months of the Year ♦ Hours of the Day ♦ Calendar Dates Temporal Constructs ♦ Example Phrases ♦ Units of
Vowels ♦ Consonants ♦ Prenasalized Consonants Vowels Grapheme English Equivalent Wolof Examples a absorb banta, tapa, santa aa far laaj, naaj, caabi e get dem, lem, gerte ee where seet, leel é say bés éé sane
Hello. Bonjour. Salaam aleekum. Goodbye. Au revoir. Mangi dem. Please. S’il vous plaît. Bu la neexee. Thank you. Merci. Jërejëf. You’re welcome. Je vous en
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. Wolof ♦ Wolof Language ♦ Wolof People ♦ Senegal ♦ The Gambia Wolof From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (All links open to Wikipedia) Wolof or Wollof may
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. See original list here: Some Essential Wolof Phrases For help with pronunciation see: Pronunciation Guide ↓ scroll down for more
one – go-o two – didi three – tati four – nayi five – joyi six – jeego seven – jeedidi eight – jeetati nine
Dakar, Senegal. Ousmane, not yet 7 years old but already earning his living by begging in the center of the capital city, gets it into
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This book should be available at your local bookstore. Travel and outdoor stores also often carry Lonely Planet titles. If you prefer to do all
Firicat.com is different from other Wolof dictionaries because it’s not built by ‘experts’; instead it’s created by everyday users of the Wolof language (yes, including
Today is “Wolof Wednesday” on Twitter! The idea is for all of your tweets to be in Wolof to help promote the language and to
Pulaar is a dialect of Fula, a major African language both in its geographical distribution and number of speakers. Fula is spoken in Western, Eastern
‘Say It In Wolof!‘ by Ababacar Gueye. Translated by Sue Hall. BSDA No. 8531150404 3rd Edition (English) – Also available in French. ©2005 As far
I just made a Twitter profile for Janga Wolof. The idea is to tweet (that’s the term right?) Wolof words & phrases…I would like to
I finally got around to posting Katie Krueger’s Fallou Dieng video! Ndank ndank 🙂 Read her blog about the concert here: http://katiekrueger.com/blog/2008/07/15/video-embedding-success/ While I was
How to convert English numbers to Wolof: (This only works for numbers 21 & higher and not for numbers evenly divided by 10.) Take the
The Janga Wolof book through Lulu (the top link to the right) is currently unavailable. However if you click the cafepress link (the shirt under
If you happen to be in Senegal and you happen to catch a young lady with a “beauty” product known as lightening or whitening cream
aaludere – kernel aawasaagal – roguishness bol – fish cuurki – reek durde – graze duurde – wrestle falanteere – window fawde – put irde
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. Translated from J’apprends le Wolof by Jean-Leopold Diouf et Marina Yaguello. This is the introduction to the book. Introduction 1.
aade – person aan – you asde – dig baamuule – graveyard dursitaade – recite foonde – bush fuunti – wile gando – philosopher haaldude
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I have put together some of the more informative posts from this blog and organized them into a book which you can take with you
This post is the second in my weekly series of translating the book “J’apprends le Wolof” by Jean-Léopold Diouf & Marina Yaguello (published by Karthala)
Please visit our new online shop at http://www.cafepress.com/JangaWolof & help support this blog. We have kept the prices as low as possible (right now we
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. english n. wolof / french A abandon v. baayi, wocca / abandonner abdomen n. naxa / abdomen ability n. mën,
Traditional wolof singing and drumming by Group Rakaju of the Gambia. A onegambia.com production.
Translated from the site: The site senePortal.com facelift: new design, new structure dynamic new content. We hope that this fine tool will enable members and
Wolof is a language spoken in Senegal, Gambia, Mauritania and to a lesser degree in other west African countries, and it is the native language
Vocabulaire Français – L & M law juridique linguistics linguistique literary littéraire masculine masculin mathematics mathématiques medicine médecine music musique
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Hausa is the Chadic language with the largest number of speakers, spoken as a first language by about 24 million people, and as a second
All of these can be found in the side bar… Tag Cloud; this is comprised of all the tags that have been used on this
I have a list of links on the right hand side of this blog of places that teach Wolof. Check it out, perhaps there is
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Lonely Planet Phrasebooks: Africa Along with 12 other languages used in Africa, including French & Arabic, this little phrasebook has a great little Wolof section.
We have surpassed the 1000 mark for hits from unique visitors (in other words, 1000+ different people – or at least from different computers –
If you are wondering why the weather and solar/lunar conditions for Banjul is not appearing (located on the side bar on the right-hand side) it
Merry Christmas to all of our readers!
What’s orthography? It is basically a spelling system. Answers.com defines it as: The art or study of correct spelling according to established usage. The aspect
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Note that these are just general tips and that these rules may not always apply as writers of Wolof sometimes use different spelling systems. CONSONANTS:
I’ve had this blog up for a little while now and the stats show that it’s been getting a number of visitors. The goal of
This is a great online dictionary for translating Wolof words into English and vice versa. http://www.FIRICAT.com
We have covered some French & Arabic (tuuti rekk) which are of course common in much of the parts that Wolof is spoken but another
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. Wolof numbers are basically counted in groups of five. The numbers one through five (and ten) are the main numbers
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How would they say “Thanksgiving” in Senegal if they were to celebrate it? Perhaps, Indil Jërejëf? or Jërejëf Jorhh? Any ideas?
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. Please – Su la neexee (soo luh ney-khey) and now en français; S’il vous plaît (seel voo pley) Thank you
Proper greetings in the Wolof culture are very important. Often times one will spend several minutes with greetings and pleasantries before getting down to the
Since Wolof was not formally a written language there is no universal system for the spelling of Wolof words which often makes it difficult for
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wolof is a language spoken in Senegal, Gambia, and Mauritania, and it is the native
Welcome to JangaWolof.WordPress.com. This is a resource for all things Wolof. Most entries will be mini Wolof lessons but we will also include links to