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
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. Hello. – No ngoolu daa. Goodbye. – Ñalleen e jamm. Please. – Njaafodaa. Thank you. – A jaaraamah. You’re welcome.
aplenty adj. keewdum; ko heewi. bind v. jokkondirde; habbude. casque n. kaske. dilate v. yuufde; yaajde. environment n. sara; saraaji. anande v. be jealous of. bonnitde v.
These are some Pulaar women in Garelboubou, Mauritania, singing during a break in a dyeing training.
We have covered some French & Arabic (tuuti rekk) which are of course common in much of the parts that Wolof is spoken but another