come

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Pronunciation (Yadda ake faɗi)

Homophones

Verb

Plain form
come

Third person singular
comes

Simple past
came

Past participle
come

Present participle
coming

  1. zo <> To move towards a place or into a place; to move to the place where the person who is talking is.
    Come to my house and I will give you something to eat. <> Zo gida na sai in baka abin ci.
    Come here to me. <> Zo nan waje na.
    Twenty people came to the party. <> Mutane ashirin ne suka zo bikin.
    He came here, but he went away again before you came here. <> Ya zo nan amma ya tafi kafin zuwan ka nan.
  2. The past participle of come.

Preposition

Preposition
come

  1. When something happens or arrives. <> zuwa ga
    We'll talk again come January. <> Ma ƙara yin magana zuwa ga watan Janairu.


Google translation of come

  1. (verb) zo <> come, arrive;