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ibbere nFrnfigueEnga fig; the fruit of a fig treeSynonymsƴibbere5.2FrnNourritureEngFoodsing: (n)de plur: ɗeibbe
ibbi nFrnfiguierEnga fig treeComparehaayndeehindundeehiSynonymsƴibbiFicus gnaphalocarpa/sycomorus1.4.1FrnArbresEngTree
ibbi
sing: ki plur: ɗeibbe
iɓe spnFrnils, ellesEngtheySynonymseɓena ɓe
Ibiliisa arabenFrnSatan, le diableEngSatan; the devilSynonymsIbliisaSeyɗaani
Ibliisa arabenFrnSatan, diableEngSatan; the devilSynonymsIbiliisaSeyɗaani
Ibrahiima arabenFrnAbrahamEngAbrahamCompareAbraama
Ibraninkooɓe grecnFrnl’épître aux Hébreux qui se trouve dans le Nouveau TestamentEngthe New Testament letter to the Hebrews; of uncertain authorship
iidi arabenFrnjour férié religieuxEnga religious holidayCompareweltaare 1Synonymssattumasing: ndi plur: ɗiiidiiji
Iidi Faltagol nFrnPâquesEngPassoversing: ngol
iido nFrnbruit de moteurEngthe steady noise a motor or an engine makes when running properly;Ko nanaten joonin ɗum wo iido laana.FrnCe que nous entendons est le bruit d'un avion.EngWhat we are hearing now is the noise of an air plane.Comparedukoruubusaaƴosawtu1sonnyosing: ngo plur: ɗiiidooji
iidooadjFrnsonoreEngvoiced soundIidoo (-jum)3.23.2FrnLecture / écritureEngReading / writing
iidoo
iidude vFrnfaire un bruit régulier, bruit d'une foule, tempête, tonnerreEngto make a steady noise; such as a motor or an engine when running properly; a thunder storm; the noise of a large crowd;Nebbam hantii, ɗum waɗi de ngel iidataa faa wooɗaFrnIl n'y plus d'huile dans le moteur, voilà pourquoi il ne marche pas normalement.EngThe oil ran out, that is way it [the motor] is not running smoothly.Comparedukude 1olkude 1saawtindesaaƴudesawtindesonnyude
iilde nFrnune faible lumière, faible lueur, phareEnga faint light; glimmer; glow such as of the shining of a light bulb; head light; or fire you can seeComparejayngolnjaynamSynonymsfooyre 1sing: nde plur: ɗeiile
iililal nFrndrapeau, parapluieEngflag, umbrella
iimaade vFrnestimer, évaluer, imaginer qqch, inventer qqchEngestimate, evaluate, to imagine something; to make something up;Ɗum laataaki, o iimi ɗum tan.EngThat didn't happen, he only imagined it.Ndelle ko Ali haali keeŋan ɗum wanaa goonga, o iimi ɗum tan?EngSo what Ali said yesterday wasn't the truth, he only made that up?Synonymsjataade 1miijaade 1miilaade 1
iimaade golle vFrnévaluer le travailEngevaluate the work
iimaanaaku nFrncroit sincèrement en Dieu, foi sérieuse en Dieu, sincérité en faisant confiance en DieuEngsincerity of belief toward God;Iimaanaaku na woni e bernde makko.FrnIl croit sincèrement en Dieu dans son cœur.EngHe sincerely believes God in his heart.sing: ngu
iirtaade v1Frnêtre ressuscitéEngto be resurrected2Frnrevenir à la vie (à ses sens) après évanouissementEngto be resuscitated after faintingSynonymsummitaade 1
iirtinde v1Frnressusciter de la mortEngto resurrect from the dead2Frnramener à la vie qqn qui s'est évanouiEngto resuscitate someone who has passed outSynonymsummintinde 1
iirtude vFrnremuer ou mélanger avec un outilEngto stir or mix using an implementComparediibude 1Synonymshurbude 1jillitindewurwude
Iisaa arabenFrnJésusEngJesusSynonymsYeesu
ilaa'irgol nFrnruisselet d'eauEnga rivulet of waterSynonymsbubbinirgol 1dogginirgol1.3FrnEauEngWatersing: (n)gol plur: ɗiilaa'irɗi
ilam n1Frnsource d'eauEnga spring of waterSynonymscewlemamasiirusaawandere 11.3FrnEauEngWater2Frninondation, ruissellementEnga flood; streaming; drippingilam tuufaanduFrnL'inondation au temps de Noé.EngNoah's Flood3Frneau de pluie qui vient d'une autre régionEngwater that is produced in a rainfall in an other area but flows through your area in the "gooruuji"CompareɓoodudecayammbubbamnjunkumajamsayudetoɓudeSynonymscayammbubbamnjunkumajamsing: ɗam
ilam tuufaandu nFrninondation au temps de NoéEngthis refers to the great Noachic floodsing: dam
ilamjinFrninondationsEnginundations1.3FrnEauEngWater1.1.3FrnTempsEngWeather
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