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Walking and running


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biij
to swing one's hips as one walks; to wiggle sth
daagu
to walk slowly
dem di ñëw
to come and go/pace back and forth
dox ci catu tànk
to walk on tiptoe
karaas-karaasi
to scrape/shuffle one's feet
kay-kayi
to stagger
lafañ
to limp
mareñ
to walk along a sloping surface
nokkas-nokkasi
to drag oneself around
ñat-ñati
to walk with difficulty
ñukk-ñukk
to walk taking little steps
raakam-raakami
to pace the floor
raasaatu
to walk along touching (sth); to brush (sth) in passing
riddi
to run fast
rung
to walk a long distance
tambàmbalu
to wander around
temp
to walk slowly
tëñëx-tëñëxi
to take big strides, walk heavily
waaxu
to walk fast
wagg
to walk with one's shoulders alternately thrusting forward
xëlu na
to take off and run
taxawaalu
to prowl/roam; to hang around
Tàmm na di taxa waalu fii guddi.
He has the habit of prowling around here in the evenings.
jayaxu
to stumble/stagger
Mungiy jayaxu nib màndikat.
He's stumbling like a drunk.
dawsi
to run (to)/to hurry
Dawsiléen gaaw, mungiy lab!
Run quickly, he's drowning!
jéggi
to step over; to cross (the road); to surpass; to take very big steps
Men naa jéggi jalu xeer bi.
I can step over the pile of stones.
Xoolal sa ndeyjoor ak sa càmmoñ balaa ngay jéggi.
Look left and right before crossing.
dellu gannaaw
to step back/retreat
Delluléen gannaaw tuuti.
Step back a bit.
yañan
to walk stiffly with one's legs apart
yëgër-yëgëri
to walk clumsily; to stumble
yoot
to slink/go stealthily
dox dem
to walk to somewhere
doxantusee
to take a walk with; to take a walk in (clothing)
Dàll yii nga doxantusee?!
You're taking a walk in these shoes?!
fudd tànkam
to stretch one's legs/take a walk
Fudd naa sama tànk.
I stretched my legs/took a walk.
fëx
to run off
fiddi
to run fast
leru
to walk alongside of a wall or fence
ñaay
to run away/swim away; to conquer a place one part at a time
lambar-lambari
to wander around, not doing anything constructive
ràmbal
to trot
Dawul, dafay ràmbal.
He's not running, he's trotting.
soox
to limp
Am naa fas wuy soox.
I have a horse that limps.