even

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Pronunciation (Yadda ake faɗi)

Adverb

Positive
even

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. ko, (future condition) ko da
    he didn't even look at us <> ko ma ya dube mu bai yi ba.
    even a child knows that <> ko yaro ya san haka.
    I don't even have a penny <> Ba ni da ko kwabo.
  2. (preposition) including, including, moreover <> har ma, duk da
    I gave him some clothes and even some money <> Na ba shi kaya da har ma kuɗi.
    the house even burned down <> har gidan ya ƙone.
    Even though I tried <> Duk da ƙoƙari na.
    and perhaps even sensitive to the welfare of its peers[1] <> har ma ta yiwu yana da matukar damuwa game da walwalar 'yan uwansa - [2]
  3. (as emphasis) hatta/hadda ma
    They stole all his possessions, even his shoes were stolen. <> Sun sace masa kaya duka hadda ma takalmansa.

Adjective

Positive
even

Comparative
more even

Superlative
most even

  1. If things are even, the top or surface of each is as high as the others. <> (level, smooth) bai ɗaya
    The floor is even <> Daɓe ya yi bai ɗaya
    An even temper <> Mai sauƙin kai = mai sanyin zuciya.
    The top of the wall is even because the bricks are all the same size.
  2. If a number is even, it can be divided into 2 equal parts. <> (equal, matching) daidai; (in math) cika
    2, 4, 6 and 8 are even numbers. 1, 3, 5 and 7 are not even numbers; they are odd numbers. <> 2, 4, 6, da 8 lambobin cika ne. Banda 1, 3, 5, da 7 ; su mara ne.


Google translation of even

Har ma, ko da.

  1. (adjective) na sumul <> even;
  2. (adverb) har <> even;