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nodd
to call the faithful to prayer; give the call to prayer
Nodd nañu sànq.
They gave the call to prayer a while ago
ñaan Yàlla
to pray to God
runge
to merge together two verses of the Qur'an while reciting
sarax
to forgive (especially as a religious obligation); to have mercy on; to give in to; give sth to a beggar or poor person
saraxeel
to give a charitable donation on behalf of s.o
tiim
to perform one's ablutions symbolically, without water, using sand or a prayer stone
tubbi
to leave Islam and convert to another religion
tuup
to convert to Islam
uum
to start Ramadan; to experience an uncomfortable sensation (eg hearing nails on a blackboard)
waar
to preach to; to be amazed
waaraate
to preach
wàcc Alxuraan
to complete one's study of the Qur'an
wàcce Kaamil
to recite the whole Qur'an
werdd
to say a prayer with prayer beads
wori
to end the month of fasting; to stop fasting
xàmb yi
the shrine/alter (mostly Lebu)
xëdd
to eat before morning prayers during Ramadan
Yàlla... alak
to be punished/rejected by God (because of one's bad actions)
Yàlla moo alak Aamadu.
Amadou has been rejected by God.
Yàlla... may
to be blessed by God
Yàlla may na la.
You've been blessed by God.
Yàlla tàccu
to be blessed/favoured by God
am tuyaaba
to be blessed (for one's good deeds)
barkeel
to be blessed
barkeelu
to be blessed (and take advantage of it); to have good fortune
dagan
to be legal (in Muslim law)
jullite
to be a devout Muslim
sell
to be holy; to be respected; to be healthy
umra
to make a Mecca pilgrimage at Korite