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Hausa Language and Culture

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One of Africa's largest spoken languages, Hausa is spoken as a first language by 25 million people. Ask questions about the Hausa language and culture in this category.
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the Hausa do not really interfere with the English. The English is a completely different culture and has very different beliefs than the English. The Hausa tribe is a very independent tribe and does not interfere with the English.
its all natural since it is a business language and necessary for international trade and commerce.
No, seeing as it's the first language of around 24 million people, and another 15 million speak it as a second language.
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It started by people making sounds in their throats and later it became singing
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Hausa was prevented from making an empire because there would be constant fights with other city-states.
You can read the Fulani Creation myth at the Related Link below.
The Hausa states developed to the east of Mali and Songhay and to the west of Kanem-Bornu, a major state of the central Sudan but were similar to city states in government organization and law.
the Chadic language with the largest number of speakers that is also used for trade
  My middle name is Yohance, and it means "God's Gift".
They are found along sub Saharan Africa. They are mostly around the Northern part of Nigeria, with some in the south of Niger
The Hausa people (a larger ethnic group comparable to Anglo-Saxons, who might object to being called a tribe) have inhabited the northern part of Nigeria for centuries. Prior to colonization, the Hausa were an advanced society with organized governments a large degree of division of labor....
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Tuberculosis = Tarin fuka.
the hausa are the largest ethinic group in nigeria almost all hausa  are muslims
One of the largest groups of people in West Africa located in northern Nigeria
Hausa believes that marriage is a traditional of prophet muhammad (peace be upon him)
Well I know in English "crazy girl" can have different meanings. I am not sure depending on the context in Hausa "crazy" means "marar hankali" literally insane. So you can say "ba ta da hankali" If by crazy you mean she is everywhere with anyone.. then in hausa we say "yar iska"literally "daughther...
I'd say "me ya faru?" meaning "what happened (to you)?"
Yes of course,when you trace back to origin of Bayajidda i.e Abu yazid,he cames with horse but due to those they setlers doesnt know Horse they called it with ''SA'' That is male cow bull.So to that extent we will know that Hausa people has a cow.
hausa people the farm so many things,and the raise beans,millet,ginicom,rice,maize.et.c
The Hausa people originated in North Africa. Significant populations can be found in Niger, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Ghana, Chad, Benin, Cameroon, and Burkina Faso.
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Its either one of two things: 1. If its "Binta", then its a common West African Muslim woman's name, coming from the Arabic word "بنت/bint" or "daughter". 2. If its "ɓinta", then it's the Gobir dialect of the standard Hausa word "ɓincina", which means to "get something off of someone...
There are about 400 languages and dialects in Sudan.. however, Arabic is the most common language in the northern parts. 8 languages in Sudan are extinct .. ;-)
"To summarize" means about the same.
The Hausa Community is a group of Hausa speaking Muslims from Northern Nigeria. The VOA is a broadcasting corporation. The Hausa community is very protective of their culture and social interactions.
Yes, but by very small minorities of African migrant workers. It isnot a national, regional, or city language in any Middle Eastern orNorth African State. The largest populations of Fulani speakerslive in Nigeria and other African countries along roughly the samelatitude.
The meaning of oats in Hausa is "Atukulu". It refers to one the  grains.
Hausa Folk-lore was created in 1913.
  Ina sonki (girl)   Ina sonka (boy)
telugu language have 16 vowels and 36 consonants making total to 52 alphabets. They combined to make 576 compound characters.
you say - inayni [in a-yeah knee]
Hausa is spoken in these 8 countries:BeninBurkina FasoCameroonGhanaNigerNigeriaSudanTogo
kashi = bone, element, part, section
    The Hausa-Fulani ethnic group live in the Northern region of Nigeria. The Yoruba and igbo ethnic groups live in the Southern region. With the Yoruba's living in the Western region and the Igbo's living in the Eastern. As there has been the creation of many new states, each ethnic group...
In Niger we say "ya sa bi" He scored a goal the "bi" comes from the French "but"
Leadership in the early hausa states was based on ancestry.....those who could trace their relation back to bayajida were considered royal with the introduction of Islam... Many hausa ruler adopted this new religion while at thesame time honouring traditional ways..this position allowed the elite to...
ofcourse hausa is a tribe and the language hausa people speaks is hausa languae aswell.. they are the most popular and honest people in nigeria, and they live in the northern part of nigeria.
Basmati rice. YeastKaun or baking sodaOil to fry
For the source and detailed information concerning the Hausa tribe, click on the related links section indicated below.
cut meat into small pieces and put in a pot of water with pepper, salt and any other spice you might want to use. when tender, remove from the pot and put in a mortar. pound until smooth and add more canyene pepper, ginger and garlic. when smooth, remove from mortar and fry until brown and dry. ...
Jamilah Tangaza, born in the northern Nigerian city of Kano. Attended St Louis primary school and St Louis secondary school. A graduate of Bayero University Kano. She joined the BBC World Service in 1992 as a Producer. She was BBC Editor and head of Nigeria operations. She is currently Head of BBC...
In West Africa, a dialect named "pidgin" emerged. Pidgin is a  combination of local language structures and English. It is  sometimes referred to as "broken English."
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what is the origin of man in hausa myth
differences between Hausa and Yoruba
ASALIN HAUSA:- Hausa tasamo asaline daga (habasha),alokacin batadasuna hausa.anakiranta (ma..gu..za..),sakamakon shugaban kabilar (maguz).shikuma maguz yashahara wajen kasuwanci,kere-kere,dakuma yake-yake. Shiyasa kabilar yankin yammacin (kogin nile)wanda akekira (Red sea)ayanzu, sukahada kai...
    In northern Nigeria,the hausa's do a lot of activities ranging from cattle rearing,agriculture and so on.most of the hausa's also deal in leather works.i believe the hausa's who live in farming villages do so in other to be closer to their farms because they do a routine check on their...
 Rulers held great power over their subjects, but ministers and  other officials acted to check this power. for protection each city  state raised an army of horsemen. 
itinatag ito nang mga pamayanan nang hausa sa dakong hilaga nang nigeria. pangunahing hanap buhay nila ay ang pangangalakal at ang hanap buhay nila ay katad at kola. Kinaiingitan nang ibang kaharian ang kaunlaran ng hausa. kung kaya't noong 1800 ay sinalakay ito ni Uthman dan Foido.
Hausa is spoken in Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Niger, Ghana, Nigeria, Sudan, and Togo.
Kaka, or kakani. Kaka works for male or female, it is either grandfather or grandmother.