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Hausa Periodic Table

Vlajky statu, kde se pouziva jazyk Hausa Vlajky statu, kde se pouziva jazyk Hausa Vlajky statu, kde se pouziva jazyk Hausa
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Hausa (Boko) Periodic Table (i.e. standard orthography)

 
    Hausa   C
gawayi
       
    Al
goran_ruwa
samfolo
    S_kaule
farar_wuta
kibriti
   
              Fe
k'arfe
    Cu
tagulla
Zn
tutiya
    As
lamba_wan
     
                    Ag
azurfa
    Sn
kuza

darma
Sb
kwalli

tozali
  I
aidin
 
                    Au
gwal
zinariya
Hg
zaiba
  Pb
dalma

darma
       

Russell Schuh wrote: "Your project looks interesting.  I regret that it is far beyond my depth for Hausa, and, my guess is, for native speakers of Hausa as well, including chemists.  There simply would not be names for elements, such as gases, which cannot be directly observed or have not been isolated through traditional means, such as iron smelting.  Even  the word that you have for “iron” is a general name for “metal”, though it would general be applied to iron and iron products simply because this is the most common metal.  With the exception of k’arfe ‘iron’, I am pretty sure that all the other words are borrowed from Arabic (zinariya ‘gold’, azurfa ‘silver’), English (gwal ‘gold’), Kanuri (probably tozali ‘antimony’), or other uncertain sources (kuza ‘tin’, for example, has a low-low tone pattern which is practically non-existent in native words).   I’m not sure what language chemistry classes in northern Nigeria are taught in, but it is probably English, so they would not be bothering with coming up with Hausa names.  If they do, they would just be Arabic or English and hence be of little interest."

1A 2A 3B 4B 5B 6B 7B 8B 8B 8B 1B 2B 3A 4A 5A 6A 7A 8A
 

  Hausa (Hausaa) Periodic Table

 
    Hausa   C
gawàyii
       
               
                    Cu
tagùllaa
Zn
tuutiiyà
           
                    Ag
azùrfaa
    Sn
kùzà
darmàà
Sb
kwâllii
toozàlii
  I
 
                    Au
gwâl
ziinaarìyaa
Hg
zaibàà
  Pb
darmàà
       

Hausa měl psaný tvar pro více než 200 roků, nejprve s variantou arabštiny skript volal Ajami. Ajami velmi byl nahrazený latinskou abecedou (nazvaný boko)

[English-Hausa dictionary1][English-Hausa dictionary 2]


1A 2A 3B 4B 5B 6B 7B 8B 8B 8B 1B 2B 3A 4A 5A 6A 7A 8A
 

 

 
 
    Hausa            
    Al
         
              Fe
    Cu

             
                    Ag
             
                    Au
    Pb

       

Dictionary


Hausa (هَوُسَ)

Hausa is a Chadic language with about 39 million speakers. It is spoken mainly in northern Nigeria and Niger, and also in Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, CAR, Chad, Congo, Eritrea, Germany, Ghana, Sudan and Togo.

Since the beginning of the 17th century, Hausa has been written with a version of the Arabic script known as ajami. Most of the early writing in Hausa was Islamic poetry or on Islamic themes. Ajami is still used, mainly to write poetry, but also for at least one newpaper and some books. There is no standard spelling system for Hausa written with the Arabic script so there is some variation in spelling between different writers.

A version of Hausa written with the Latin alphabet and known as boko began to emerge during the 19th century. Until the 1950s ajami and boko were both used, though since then boko has been the main alphabet for most Hausa speakers.

http://www.omniglot.com/writing/hausa.htm


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