HAUSA DICTIONARY PDF
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Every Friday The five most recent Christian Science articles with a spiritual perspective. Oh, and the word 'boko' isn't derived from the word 'book. I wondered if it was an acronym, or a mash-up of two other words. So I started looking around and struck gold with a paper by Paul Newman , professor emeritus in linguistics at Indiana University and one of the world's leading authorities on the Hausa language.
A Hausa-English Dictionary
It turns out the Hausa language doesn't have a four-letter word that means "Western education. What it has is a word that came to be applied to a century-old British colonial education policy that many Hausa-speakers saw as an attempt, more-or-less, to colonize their minds.
First, some information needs to be dispensed with. The word is often described as being borrowed from the English word "book. Newman's work makes clear. Wikipedia's entry on Boko Haram likewise carried the falsehood for at least a year and a half until it was partially corrected at the end of last month, though allowing a falsehood to persist on equal footing with the truth : "The term "Boko Haram" comes from the Hausa word boko figuratively meaning "western education" often said to be literally "alphabet", from English "book", but the Hausa expert Paul Newman says it derives from a Hausa word with meanings such as "fraud" as "inauthenticity".The word is often described as being borrowed from the English word "book.
I'm more interested in the current claims that Boko can be translated as "Western education. I wondered if it was an acronym, or a mash-up of two other words. Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above.
These varieties are different enough that they probably deserve separate dictionaries, but the dialects are similar enough that they have been combined into a single dictionary in the current edition.
Ngamo's closest linguistic relatives are, however, its neighbors, Karekare, Bole, and Maka. Your comment will be reviewed and published at the journal's discretion.
In his study of neologisms and lexical enrichment in Hausa, Muhammad pp.