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  • adjective Alternative form of Wolof.
  • noun Alternative form of Wolof.
  • proper noun Alternative form of Wolof.

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Examples

  • Me and Lai (not pictured) plucking sorrell (bissap in Wollof, wonjo in Mandinka) flowers from the seeds in order to make juice.

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  • Here in the Gambia, we have piles of second-hand clothing at markets called "fuga jaay" pronounced fga jie, which basically means "shake n' sell" in Wollof where you can get lots of t-shirts and stuff from America and other industrialized nations.

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  • Here in the Gambia, we have piles of second-hand clothing at markets called "fuga jaay" pronounced fga jie, which basically means "shake n' sell" in Wollof where you can get lots of t-shirts and stuff from America and other industrialized nations.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Me and Lai (not pictured) plucking sorrell (bissap in Wollof, wonjo in Mandinka) flowers from the seeds in order to make juice.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • There are innumerable things I've missed about America since I've been gone -- and I've been ecstatic about experiencing them again -- but right now I miss things about my other home: being far away from traffic, speaking Wollof, my community/neighbors/family over there, my garden, and, in particular, the other Volunteers.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Mostly Bob Marley, since that's about all I can play on the uke - it's tougher than guitar - but they taught me a Wollof proverb Ndanka ndanka mooy japa golo ci nyaay bi...slowly slowly catches the monkey in the bush that I put to music.

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  • The following war song of the Wollof, though it lacks the sonorous and metrical elements of real poetry, contains true military aggressiveness, mixed with the theology of the fatalist.

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  • None of us is God, but God alone is there for all of us, whether Fula or Jola, Wollof or Creole or no tribe at all.

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