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da'a nFrncoutume, traditionEngcustom, tradition
daa nFrncoutume, habitudeEnga customComparefinaatawaatawaangalSynonymsal'aadatagaaditagusing: o plur: ɗidaaji
daaba arabenFrnanimal (domestique ou sauvage)Engan animal - can be either domestic or wildComparebahiima 1Synonymshujjeremummutteresing: o plur: ɗidaabaaji
daabaaji muyninoojinFrnmammifèreEngmammalSynonymsenɗiiwaenɗijum1.5.1.1FrnMammifèreEngMammal
daabaaji muyninooji
daabaaji nyaamooji fuexprFrnomnivoreEngomnivore…aamafujum (ko haɗitataako …aamdu fay wo’turu)
daabaaji nyaamooji fu
daabaaji-ladde nFrnfauneEngwildlife, faunaHawti daabaaji ɗi maraaka ngonuɗi ley nokkuure1.5FrnAnimauxEngAnimals
daabaaji-ladde
daabaaji ladde
daabawal nFrnavant-brasEngforearmComparejunngo1 1seemdeSynonymsdaande junngo 1sing: ngal plur: ɗedaabaaje
daaɓolnFrninfectionEnginfection2.2.2FrnMaladieEngDiseasenyaw ndaaɓoowu
daada nFrnCobe DéfassaEnga water-buckSynonymsndaadaKobus ellipsiprymnus ellipsiprymnus1.5.1.1FrnMammifèreEngMammal
daada
sing: (n)ga plur: ɗidaadi
daaɗe n1FrncousEngnecks (see daande)2.1FrnLe corpsEngBody2Frncorde utilisé pour attacher un veau au pied de sa mèreEngthe rope used to tie a calf to the leg of its mother (see raande)plur: ɗe
daadi nFrnbufflesEngAfrican buffaloes (see ndaada)1.5.1.1FrnMammifèreEngMammalplur: ɗi
Daado nFrnnom traditionnellement donné à la quatrièmement filleEngthe traditional name of the fourth born daughterCompareDemmoDikoKumboPenndoSeeboTakko
daadoojo nFrnla fille née en quatrième positionEngthe fourth born daughterComparedemmoojodemmoojodikaajokumbaajopenndaajoseeboojotakkaajosing: o plur: ɓedaadooɓe
daago nFrnnatte fine fait des feuilles de palme tressées et utilisé sur les lits ou pour s’asseoir dessusEnga thin mat made of woven palm leaves used on beds or to sit onsing: ngo plur: ɗedaage
daakiɗinde vFrnavoir une bande noire autour du coup (s'applique aux bœufs et moutons)Engto have a black band around the neck; this term applies to sheep and cows;
daalawal nFrncoquillageEnga sea shellComparekonkoonuwolseederewujoSynonymsinna ceede
daalawal
sing: ngal plur: ɗedaalaaje
ɗaalde nFrnzébrure (ex. peut parvenir d'une morsure ou piqûre d'insecte)Engwelt; can result from an insect bite or being beatenSynonymsɓolleresing: nde plur: ɗeɗaale
daalimpo GourmanchenFrntouffes d'herbe laissés après avoir cultivé un champEngtufts of grass left after a half hazard hoeing of a fieldSynonymsganndisemmbere1.4.3FrnHerbes, plantes grimpantesEngGrass, herb, vineplur: ɗi
ɗaaloolu nFrnpetite fourmiEngant (tiny)Comparekonndollumettellunyuunyupuccu naange1.5.1.7FrnInsecteEngInsect
ɗaaloolu
sing: ngu plur: ɗiɗaalooli
daama GourmanchenFrnamélioration de la santéEngimprovement of healthsing: o
daamarawol nFrnnénuphar, nymphéaEngwater lilyComparekukkuturuutukuttukuruutolngommbiiretaɓɓeretammeretimbooriireSynonymsboolololguylaareNymphaea lotus1.4.3FrnHerbes, plantes grimpantesEngGrass, herb, vine
daamarawol
sing: ngol plur: ɗidaamaraami
daambol nFrnbrouillardEngfog; mistComparesaawandere 1sawawreSynonymskundukunndusollungo1.1.3FrnTempsEngWeathersing: (n)gol
daamihoonyoldu nFrnescargotEnga terrestrial snail; the shell of this snail is in the shape of a spiralSynonymsjamhoonyolduyerganaaru1.5.1.9FrnAnimaux inférieursEngSmall animals
daamihoonyoldu
sing: ndu plur: ɗidaamikoonyoli
ɗaamol n1Frnrate, pancréasEngspleen, pancreasSynonymslaamuwa 12.1FrnLe corpsEngBody2Frnanthrax, charbonEnganthrax (Bacillus anthracis)Synonymspittel
ɗaamol 1
sing: ngol plur: ɗiɗaami
ɗaamon nFrnrateEngspleen2.1FrnLe corpsEngBody
ɗaamon