am – to be, exist, to have; a/an; imperative; or Ndëmm amul. – He said that witchcraft does not exist. Am na ñetti doom.
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. Do you speak English? Ndax dégg nga angale? Do you understand? Dégg nga? I understand. Dégg naa. I don’t understand.
moom it dina ñow – he also will come moom – in this sence means ‘he/she‘ (emphatic form) but can also mean ‘to own‘. it/itam
Hello. Bonjour/Salut. pol/inf bon-zhoor/sa-lew Goodbye. Au revoir. o-rer-vwar (literally “To see again.”) Please. S’il vous plaît. seel voo play (literally
More time & directions… Phrases To Practice / Phrases à la pratique Ban waxtu moo jot? – What time is it? Minwi jotna. – It
Visit our new Wolof translator: JangaWolofTranslator.com. *** See an updated list here: Basic Wolof Phrases 2012 *** “Expressions Ouolof Essentielles” Na nga def. – Hello. (singular) Na ngeen def.
Assalamu alaykum. – Peace be upon you. Wa alaikumus salam. – And peace be upon you. (reply to above) Allahu akbar. – Allah is greater.
What time is it? Ban waxtoo jot? Et maintenant en français; Quelle heure est-il? Do you have a watch? Am nga montar? Et en français;
We have covered some French & Arabic (tuuti rekk) which are of course common in much of the parts that Wolof is spoken but another