claim

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Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
claim

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
claims

Past tense (ya wuce)
claimed

Past participle (ya wuce)
claimed

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
claiming

  1. yi da'awa ko maƙale da cewa. <> (transitive) If you claim something, you say or write that it is true without proof.
    And to warn those who claim, “allah has offspring.” = Furthermore, this divine writ is meant to warn all those who assert, "god has taken unto himself a son." <> Kuma Ya yi gargaɗi ga waɗanda suka ce: "Allah yanã da/riki/haifi da/ɗa. --Qur'an 18:4
    Is it harmless, as some claim? <> Ba shi da lahani ne, kamar yadda wasu suke da'awa?

Related words

Noun

Singular
claim

Plural
claims

Tilo
hakki

Jam'i
hakkoki

Tilo
diyya

Jam'i
babu (none)

  1. (countable) A claim is something that you say or write without proof. <> da'awa.
    It is difficult to believe claims that the world is ending.
    His claim to be the father is now being investigated.
  2. (countable) If you have a claim to something, you have the right, to own or do it. <> diyya, hakki.
    The government is disputing their claim to the land.
    The group has made a claim against the owner worth $1 million.
  3. (countable) A claim is something that you say you have the right to. <> diyya, hakki.
    They have begun looking for gold on their claim in Western Alberta.