Do you love me in Luganda?

Do you love me in Luganda?

Useful phrases in Luganda

Phrase Oluganda (Luganda)
Do you come here often?
I miss you
I love you Nkwagala
Get well soon

How do you say nice in Luganda?

Some other greetings depending on day or night as you leave or come are:

  1. Hi: Ki kati the ki is pronounced Chi.
  2. How are you?: Oli Otya.
  3. The answer is -I am ok: Gyendi the G here is pronounced like a j.
  4. Have nice day: Siiba bulungi the g like a j.
  5. Good night when going to bed or leaving for the night: Sula bulungi.

What does Banange mean in Uganda?

oh my gosh
Banange” is a saying used in Luganda and loosely means “oh my gosh.”

What does Bambi mean in Luganda?

Bambi: this has no english equivalent but can be used as ‘oh dear’ Wolokoso: depends on the context it’s being used. It can mean reckless talk or gossip or rumors or uncoordinated ideas.

What does mukwano mean in Luganda?

mukwano: LUGANDA > ENGLISH. muntu nom1 person ekyo cjn-1 that, that muwe act-1 give bwesige nom19 trust omuntu pro-1 someone, somebody kwesiga act1 trust mukwano nom1 friend mukwano somebody giving trust mukwano person that trust mukwano friend.

What is Luganda January?

We start with January that is named Gatonnya. The word ‘Okutonnya’ in Luganda varies depending on the context it is used in – for example it can mean: raining, dipping or dripping.

What does Ssebo mean?

translations ssebo en A person who oversees and directs the work of others.

What is the meaning of Bambi in English?

baby deer
1. a familiar name for a baby deer. 2.

How do you say cheers in Uganda?

Cheers! Good Health! (Toasts used when drinking) Maisha marefu!

How do you Say Greetings in Luganda?

Greetings are very important in Luganda. They are used often to begin a conversation with someone. In a formal setting, it is important to use titles of address. To a man, you say ‘ssebo’ and to woman you say ‘nnyabo.’ Now listen to the formal morning greetings as Herbert greets Ven.

How many vowels are there in Luganda?

Luganda has five vowels: a, e, i, o, u. pronounced the same as in Spanish : Some phrases in this phrasebook still need to be translated. If you know anything about this language, you can help by plunging forward and translating a phrase. Hello. How are you? oli otya or together olyotya? (?) Fine, thank you. bulungi . ( ) What is your name??

What is a Luganda phrasebook?

A Luganda Phrasebook – Small talk and other usefule phrases in the Luganda language. Luganda Phrasebook Small Talk Outline Greetings Meeting People Nationalities Occupations

Where is Luganda spoken in Uganda?

It is spoken primarily in Kampala and surrounding regions but may be understood in much of the country. Pronunciation guide Vowels Luganda has five vowels: a, e, i, o, u. pronounced the same as in Spanish: