will

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Verb

Simple present
will

Simple past
would

Negative
wouldn't

Contraction
'll

  1. Will is usually used to say that you strongly expect something to happen in the future. <> zai faru
    Don't worry. The sun will come up again tomorrow. <> Ba damuwa. Rana za ta sake fitowa gobe.
  2. If you will do something, you make a plan to do it. <> abin da za ka yi ko abin da ka yi niyar yi
    I will go to the store. <> Zan tafi kanti.


Plain form (yanzu)
will

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
wills

Past tense (ya wuce)
willed

Past participle (ya wuce)
willed

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
willing

  1. (transitive) If you will something to happen, you wish for it to happen. <> so, son rai, ganin dama
    against his will <> ba da sonsa ba
  2. (transitive) If you will something to someone, you write down your plan to give it to them after your death. <> yin wasiyya bayan mutuwa
    He willed his coin collection to his son.

Noun

Singular
will

Plural
wills

  1. (countable) A will is a statement about what you want to happen after you die. <> takardar wasiyya, takardar odar gado
    His will states that the house will be inherited by his oldest son after his death. <> Wasiyyar shi ta ce a bar wa babban ɗan shi gidan bayan mutuwarsa.
    he left a will stating he should be buried in his compound <> ya bar wasiyya cewa a rufe shi cikin gidansa.
  2. good will <> fatan alheri m; farar zuciya f
  3. ill will <> baƙar aniya
  4. Abin da zuciya ta ɗauka gangar jiki bawa ne <> Where there is a will there is a way.
  5. willpower, strong will <> ƙarfin hali
  6. (pertaining to God) ƙaddara, zaɓin Allah
    Leave it to God's will <> Bar shi dangane da Allah.


Google translation of will

Za, so.

  1. (noun) so <> love, affection, will, wish, passion, desire; takardar odar gado <> will;