Difference between revisions of "harara"

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== Noun ==
 
== Noun ==
{{suna|harara|none}}
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{{suna|harara|harare-harare}}
 
{{noun|glare}}
 
{{noun|glare}}
# [[glare]]
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<abbr title="feminine gender">''f''</abbr>[[Category:Feminine gender Hausa nouns]]
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# [[glare]] <> kallon da mutum ke yi wa wani da gefen ido.
  
 
=== Derived terms ===
 
=== Derived terms ===
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== Verb ==
 
== Verb ==
 
{{verb|glar|e}}
 
{{verb|glar|e}}
# When you [[glare]] at someone, you look at someone angrily. <> yin harara
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# When you [[glare]] at someone, you look at someone angrily. <> yin harara, kallatar mutum da gefen ido saboda jin haushinsa ko ba shi tsoro.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:16, 25 March 2020

Noun

Tilo
harara

Jam'i
harare-harare

Singular
glare

Plural
glares

f

  1. glare <> kallon da mutum ke yi wa wani da gefen ido.

Derived terms

Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
glare

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
glares

Past tense (ya wuce)
glared

Past participle (ya wuce)
glared

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
glaring

  1. When you glare at someone, you look at someone angrily. <> yin harara, kallatar mutum da gefen ido saboda jin haushinsa ko ba shi tsoro.


Google translation of harara

Harassment,