more

From HausaDictionary.com | Hausa English Translation, Dictionary, Translator
Jump to: navigation, search

Homophones

Determiner

Determiner
many

Comparative
more

Superlative
most

  1. fi, dayawa <> A larger amount.
    He does more work than I do. <> Ya fi ni yin aiki.
  2. Additional. <> ƙari, daɗi
    I want more soup. <> Ina son a ƙara min miya.
    I will try more <> Zan daɗa ƙoƙari.
  3. fiye da <> more than
    more than ever <> fiye da kowane lokaci

Usage

  • (larger amount) This usage of more compares two or more things. It always refers to the greater part of the group.

Related words

Adverb

Positive
none

Comparative
more

Superlative
most

  1. Having a larger amount of a characteristic in a group.
    Audi is more intelligent than Gambo. <> Audu ya fi Gambo basira.

Usage

The adverb more or the suffix -er describe the comparative form of all comparable adjectives. For example, with the adjective intelligent, the comparative is more intelligent. A similar form is the superlative (as in most intelligent).

Related words

more ta kalmar Hausa

pronounced: mo ray

  1. to enjoy


Google translation of more

Kara, Karin, mafi.