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Hausa Alphabet learn all the alphabet Counting of Numbers Hausa numbers counting Different Type Of Greetings Ways to greet in hausa Asking about Members of the Family About family members Reception How is the party? Farewell Good bye Making Inquiry And Request with why? what? which? who? where? how? In The Dining funiture room dining table Different Nouns: To animals, farm, body, house, school & relations. Pronouns Personal and Possessive personal pronouns & possessive! Days Months Years Months of the year, years, Days of the week Hausa Verbs Nothing but verb Telling Of Time what time is it? Simple Sentences and Market Situation market conversations Hausa Proverbs and Sayings Proverbs Fassara - Translation In Hausa has translations. Hausa Food Abincin hausawa means food in hausa. Restaurant Situation (Katin)(Gurin abincin)(Gurin sarda abincin) Restaurant in hausa. Garuruwa Hausa Bakwai - Seven Legitimate Hausa States The main seven legitimate hausa states. Banza Bakwai - Seven illegitimate Hausa States The main seven illegitimate hausa states. Translation of Words - Fasssarar Kalmomi Translation of words in hausa. Hausa Vowels & Consonnants (Bakake da Wasullan Hausa) Vowels and Consonnants in hausa. Names of Animals in Hausa (Suanyen dabbobi) hausa animal names Name of Places in Hausa (Suanyen wurare) hausa place names Names of Things in Hausa (Suanyen abubuwa) hausa things name The Hausa Language dictionary translation. Hausa Language Phrases Teach Yourself Russian About teach yourself series Teach Yourself Guitar Teach yourself to play guitar Yourself Online Learning online Teach Yourself Spanish Learning spanish Teach Yourself Math Learning mathematics Teach Yourself Piano Learn toplay piano About BBC Hausa (www bbc hausa com) hausa bbc.com VOA Hausa (www voa hausa com) rfi hausa sashin dw radio Hausa Music or Hausa Songs nigerian musicians singing Hausa Films jinin jikina magazine Hausa Movies watch hausa movies Radio Nigeria Hausa hausa radio www.BBC Hausa Yadda muke gabatar da shirye-shiryen Sashen Hausa na BBC Not all photos from bbc hausa this will touch your heart if you're a humam being Rariya hausa the making of rariya labarai|labaran Aljazeera Hausa Labarai/Labaran duniya al jazeera Auren Biya Marriage payments - credit or debit cards DW Hausa Deutsche Welle RFI Hausa Radio France International Hausa Location in Nigeria nigeria hausa igbo yoruba Hausa Pronunciation Pronounce hausa Contact Us what do you think? Useful Links other sites Link to Us please help us! Contactless Payment Cards Paying with contactless card Things to do in London TfL transport for london AI Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Future of ai Top Christmas Toys Boys and girls must-have top christmas gifts ideas. Enounce MySpeed Review Speed Up Video to Save Time - Slow down video to learn THE BIGGEST Digital Product Reviews The Good Review, Who is she?

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Hausa Proverbs And Sayings
(Karin Magana)

Proverbs in the Hausa language is rich and plentiful in proverbial and distinction/definition expressions known as Karin Magana.

Proverbs play a big role in Hausa speech. As in every other language, the introduction of a proverb at the right moment can be much more effective in making a point than giving long explanation.

As in English language, the speaker will often refer to a proverb to make his or her point, rather than saying the whole proverb, depending upon the listener to know what he is referring to.

Hausa Proverbs and their Meanings

 Proverbs Karin Magana
  A word is enough for the wise  Da wasa ake fadawa wawa magana
 An expert driver can also last long  Zaman duniya iyawa ne
 Blood is thicker than water  Dan'uwa rabin jiki
 Set a theif to catch a theif  Mugu yasan makwantar mugu
 It is impossible to race more than your speed Ba a hada gudu da susar katara
 Whatever goes up must come down Komai nisan jifa kasa zai fado
 Like father like son  Barewa tayi gudu danta yayi rarrafe
 Silent is the best answer to a fool Sai an kula kashi yake doyi (wari)
 All work and no play makes jack a dull boy Rai dangin goro hutu yake so

Proverbs encourage proper conduct

 Having two homes provides protection against an outbreak of fire. (therefore, don't put all your eggs in one basket) Gida biyu maganin gobara
 If one refuses another, one refuses oneself. Hana wani, hana kai
 Leave the chicken in its feathers.
(therefore, Lets sleeping dogs lie.)
 A bar kaza cikin gashinta
 If one does no wrong, there is no regret. Babu laifi, babu tunani
 Rather than dancing a bad dance; one would be better advised to refuse to leave his place. (therefore, Leave well enough alone or Don't attempt what you're incapable of performing.)  Da mugunyar rawa gwamma kin tashi
 If I had only known is like the back of one's head. (therefore, No use crying over spilt milk, what's done is done and cannot be undone or You have to live with it.) Da na sani kyeya ce
 Loads prepared for an early morning start, in the previous evening they are tired together. (therefore, Forewarned is forearmed.) Kayan sammako, da maraice a kan daure shi
 Whatever you do, look after your own needs. (therefore, Depend onyourself, don't sponge off others.) Kome ka yi,ka nemi abin kanka
 Greed is the key path to trouble. Kwadayi mabudin wahala
 Dig a pit of evil shallow. (therefore, Be careful not to be caught in your own trap.) Ramin mugunta a gina shi gajere
 Breaking wind won't bring a dormant fire to flame. (therefore, Don't depend on someone/something that can't do the job.) Tusa ba ta hura wuta

Proverbs encourage activity

 God says, Get up, and then let me help you. (therefore, God helps those who help themselves.) Alla ya ce, Tashi in taimaka ka
 The value of good sense is in making use of it. Amfanin hankali aiki da shi
 Keeping one's excrement in one's stomach doesn't keep one from hunger. (therefore, Speak out when the time comes...
remaining silent won't solve the problem.)
 Barin kashi a ciki ba ya maganin yunwa
 By means of drizzles a river fills up. (therefore, Persistence pays off.) Da yayafi kogi kan cika
 A preventative is better than a medicine. (therefore, An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of remedy.) Rigakafi ya fi magani
 Good relationship depend upon feet. (therefore, The maintenance of good relationship between people requires frequent visiting.) Zumunta a kafa ta ke

Proverbs encourage patience

 Patient is the world's medicine. Hakuri maganin duniya
 A patient person is a wealthy person Mahukurci mawadaci
 A patient person will cook a stone and drink its broth. (therefore, Patience is a virtue.) Mai hakuri ya kan dafa dutse ya sha romonsa
 Travelling slowly doesn't keep one from arriving, says the tortoise. (therefore, Slow but sure.) Sannu ba ta hana zuwa, in ji kunkuru
 Today and tomorrow - little by little you will be able. (therefore, Little by little one can accomplish a thing.) Yau da gobe ka iya
 Doing a thing little by little this made it possible for the needle to dig a well. (therefore, Perseverance wins out.) Yau da shi ya sa allura ginin rijiya
 Coming with some money is better than coming in good time. (therefore, It is better to arrive late with even a small gift than to arrieve early with nothing. ) Zuwa da wuri ya fi zuwa da wuri