u̱t-Hun - English


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ra1vpartwill bemai yiwuwacfro̱1isro1 2will be (rare)ro̱ (is) a (future marker)
ra21nfirewutao2nused to refer to electricity in the towns3adjhotnature1.7Nature, environment4figsolve (problem)A ho̱ o-raSolve the problemLit. We killed fire5figcheatWu̱ re̱e̱g ra-o reHe has cheated meLit. He ate fire of mine6figdestroyRa-o re̱e̱ru̱ ka re̱e̱r-to̱Fire destroyed that leafLit. Fire ate that leaf7figworker (hard and fast)Ko̱ o-raFastLit. Even fire8figbitter (make life)rwo̱'u̱ru̱ me̱n-u̱t re nomu̱ru̱ o-rait makes my life bitterLit. put stomach my do fire9figfrustratedHyanag ra-o̱ u̱t-me̱ṉLit. seing fire of intestines
raab1ráábnpoison of a snake or tree.mcfbaat 1medicineCompare with baat, poison made to hurt someone.; raab and ryaab might be connected in the actions they show when used, they show negative or bad effectsvar.ryaab1
raab2unknownnelephant-snout fishMormyrops deliciosusu̱rWest African Freshwater Fish, M. Holden and W. Reedfish1.6.1.5Fish
raabu̱nrààbɨnvput poison on arrows
raag1rààg1adjfoolishwawamRaag mo̱ o̱.Acting unwise / foolishly.m?2nfoolwawako-social4Social behavior3ncrazy personko-sick2.5.1Sick
raag2ráág1nside ; arealoc8.5Location2nside of facekumatuou̱tloc8.5Location3figfightHo̱ wu̱ o-raagSlap/ fight himLit. Kill him slap
raag3ráágnpart of a fish between the gills and mouthpreopercleu̱tfish1.6.1.5Fish
raag4nportion or areaoCan be used of a portion of a book or letter.
raagsráksv1listensaurara2deceivevar.raaks
raaksvar. ofraagsv
rabariràbáríHausanstory that can be truerit4.9.5Practice religion
radaràdán1cuckoo (Didric)Lampromorpha capriusoBirds of West African Town and Garden, J.H. Elgoodbird1.6.1.2Bird2roller (Abyssinian or Senegal)Coracias abyssinicaoBirds of West African Town and Garden, J.H. Elgoodbird1.6.1.2Bird
raga-to̱ aikirágà-tɔ̀ áikìnclothes (work)u̱tclothes5.3Clothing
ragaanrágàànadjsamecfhond hond 2samehondhond
RahadiráhàdìHausatimeSundayLahadio
rahiyaráhí́yàHausaadjwell ; healthylafiya
rak1rákvtastedandanamCS-transitional primer
rak2nto whip with rods or sticks-yoo
rakre̱ndràkrɛ́ndnmosquitoAedes aegyptioye̱ge̱-West African Insects, John Boormaninsect1.6.1.7Insect
raks1ráks1vliecfbarag1 3act (drama) ; pretend2vdeceiveruduwa3vto pretend with the goal of deceiving.4ndeceitruduwa ; rudeniu̱tabstract3Language and thought5figbelieve (don't)Wo̱ raks to̱ áDon't listen to itLit. You listen it not
raks2vlisten with keen interestThe meaning of this a "raks" = "deceive" seems really opposite, not sure what is going on.Se̱nge̱ 10:33
rakumi-o̱ o-ko̱tràkúmi-ɔ o kɔ́tHausangiraffeGiraffa camelopardalisoLarge Mammals of West Africa, D.C.D. Happoldanim1.6Animal
ran1ràntimefrom sunrise to about 9 AMotime8.4Time
ran2nlittle busho