mulki

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Hausa

Tilo
mulki

Jam'i
babu (none)

mulki noun m

  1. gudanar da harkokin kukuma kan jama'a.
    Nijeriya ta sami mulkin kai a shekarar 1960. <> Nigeria got her independence in the year 1960.

Daidai ga wannan

  1. iko
  2. sarauta
  3. Mamallaki (mai mulki)

English

Govern (v)

Plain form (yanzu)
govern

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
governs

Past tense (ya wuce)
governed

Past participle (ya wuce)
governed

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
governing

  1. The country is currently governed by the army.

Related words

Rule

Noun

  1. A king's rule is the time he controls the country. (synonyms reign)
    The next king had a very short rule: only two years.

Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
rule

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
rules

Past tense (ya wuce)
ruled

Past participle (ya wuce)
ruled

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
ruling

  1. When someone rules, he or she is in charge, like a king or queen. (synonyms: control, govern, reign, power, dominion; antonyms: serve)
    The king ruled for 33 years.

Reign

Homophones

Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
reign

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
reigns

Past tense (ya wuce)
reigned

Past participle (ya wuce)
reigned

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
reigning

  1. If you reign you rule or lead a country. Usually, this means you are a king or queen (not someone elected).
    He reigned over in England long ago.
    Pope John Paul I reigned for 33 days in 1978 -- "Obituaries: The Smiling Pope," New York Times. November 6, 1978

Noun

Singular
reign

Plural
reigns

  1. A reign is the period of time in which a person rules as monarch of a state or nation.
    Queen Victoria's reign over Great Britain lasted from 1837 to 1901.
  2. A reign is an entire dynasty's time ruling. A reign usually ends when the person has died, resigned, or the country has been conquered.
    His reign lasted 40 years until the Mongolians conquered his country.

Authority

Noun

Singular
authority

Plural
authorities

  1. (uncountable) To have authority means to have the power to make a decision.
    This judge has the authority to throw you in jail.
  2. (countable) If you are an authority on something, many people think you know very, very much about it.
    The Pope is the highest authority in the Catholic church.