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ànd bi
the togetherness/friendship
diggante gi
the friendship/relationship
kóllëre gi
the relationship of mutual respect, trust and friendship
Kóllëre gi nekk sunu diggante yàqq na fi.
The trust in our relationship has endured a long time.
maslaa mi
the civil behaviour
miinéel gi
the familiarity/friendship
purux bi
the fair-weather friend
dooleel
to support s.o. (physically or emotionally)
duggante
to be friends
maslaa
to have an arrangement; to have a good relationship; to behave civilly
nammaliku
to catch up with each other/reminisce
riboo
to agree to be friends
ruccamti
to make up with s.o who has offended one; to make s.o who has offended one feel comfortable again; to politely correct s.o who has misspoken
ruccamtiku
to make up with s.o one has offended; to make amends to s.o one has offended
wóolu
to trust s.o
santaane
to have sth done/made (by a friend as a favour rather than a professional)
Dama saantaane sama mbubb.
I'm having my dress made (by a friend as a favour)
wéttali
to keep s.o company
Tele bi dafa may wéttali.
The TV was keeping me company.
eewite
to invite
Dañu ma eewite añ.
They invited me to eat.
jàppante
to unite/stay in touch/hold hands (but also to argue)
jéllóo
to be neighbours, seperated only by a fence or partition
teg fitna
to put s.o to some trouble
Teg nañu la fitna.
We put you to some trouble.