How do you say stop in Swahili?
The word for stop in Swahili is kuacha. The word for stop in Greek is stasi. The word for stop in Italian is bastare.
pokiu is how you say pork in Swahili
You say memorize in Swahili like this: kukariri
The Swahili word is 'Na'
How does one say "new beginning" in Swahili
Chimpanzee in Swahili is "sokwe".
If you go to google translate it will tell you and say it but i will spell how it is in Swahili chaise
english: guest Swahili: mgeni
"YES" in Swahili is "ndiyo" or "naam".
The Swahili word for "Soul" is "nafsi".
Yamaza is how you say shut up in swahili. I asked my aunt, she speaks it.
reading in Swahili is masomo
What is the pronunciation for 1 in Swahili
The Swahili word for "Maybe" is "labda".
Swahili is a language spoken by Swahili people in African countries of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Burundi. In Swahili champion is called Bingwa.
hey in Swahili is written as mambo and its pronouced the same
Jua is Swahili for "sun." You pronounce it JOO-ah.
The Swahili word for "Lunch" is "chakula cha mchana".
No word for it. A Swahili speaker would simply say "marathon.": Nimeshindania marathon, I competed in a marathon.
to say the end you say harubango
english - swahili father - baba brother - kaka
Swahili does not use articles. You have to infer from the context of the sentence whether or not there is a "the, a, or an" implied.
There are several translations for "Dad" in Swahili. They include baba and budhee.
Most people simply say "hello," which is the standard word for answering the telephone. Some people say jambo, but this is akin to pidgin Swahili. Standard Swahili greetings are questions, inquiring after the health of the interlocutor.
The word blue in Swahili is said and sounds similar to the English version. However, it is spelled differently in Swahili as bluu.
To say "I love you" in Swahili , you say: Ninakupenda!
Mungu asifiwe source: Google Translate (english to swahili)
Coal is Mkaa in swahili. a Coal mine is Mashimo ya Makaa
If I knew what this meant in English,I could tell you in Swahili. Please elaborate.
To say the equivalent of Merry Christmas in Swahili, you would say Misa ya Christman. It is almost a direct transliteration from English.
The official languages of Kenya are English and Swahili. The Swahili word for "welcome" is "karibu."
Tunakupenda, Baba (or you can substitute "daddy" for the Swahili baba, father, because many Swahili-speakers know and use the word).
Simba or Asadi
brother = kaka
Karibuni or karibu
Please - Tafadhali
Chokoleti or Chokleti
Krismasi or Krisimasi.
Gemini = Mapacha