Wolof—"Jàmm" (peace), "Jam" (peace), "Jaama" (peace), "Djam" (peace), "Diam" (peace), "Jàmm rekk" (peace only), "Jaama rek" (peace only), "Sa yaram jaama?" (is your body in peace, how is your health), "Maaleekumsalaam" (peace on to you), "Maaleekusalaam" (peace return to you) —West Africa, Senegal, Gambia, and Mauritania.
Jaama Colorful Peacock Peace In Wolof
Peace is found
between the pages
of a book
Wollof - English Dictionary
Spoken in Gambia
words of peace "jaama"
"jaam" slave and "jaamba"
for opium marijuana and jaambaat
As if peace can be found
in freedom from slavery
drugs and expressing one's views
in the English section peace
found between payment "pey"
and peacock "jambajoob"
As if money can buy peace
or perhaps sharing and equitable division of money
and respect and appreciation
of natural beauty
at a public park open to all
fanned out in a courtship
"Jàmm Nga am"
do you have peace in Wolof
spoken in Senegal, Gambia and Mauritania
peace be with you
"Naka yaram wi"
is your body in peace
peace return to you
"Jamm ak jamm"
peace and peace
J is for Peace in Wolof
B is for Bég to be happy
C is for Caabi key
D is for Diamengam peace on you
F is for Fo to play
J is for Jàmm peace
K is for Kaye notebook
L is for Lekk to eat
M is for Mbaa sa yaram jaam may your body rest
N is for Noppi to be calm or quiet
Ñ is for Ñaata How much or how many
Ŋ is for Ŋaaŋ to open the mouth
P is for Pappa father
R is for Rakk younger sibling
S is for Salamalekum peace be with you
T is for Teg to put
W is for Wolof spoken in Senegal, Gambia, Mauritania in West Africa
X is for Xiif to be hungry
Q This is more guttural sounds like x as in Qonq red
Y is for Yellow Yoo mosquito
a-aa-à as in father or jàmm peace
e-ee as in say lekk to eat
é-éé as in fake génn to go out
ë-ëë as in church tëdd To lay down
i-ii as in beat tijji To open
o-oo as in lock bor Debt
ó-óó as in boat tòx To smoke
u-uu as in good dugg To enter
Mayget in Achinese (Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia).
"Mayget" (peace), "Damien" (peace), "Lem, seungab kheueh!" (peace be still) in Achinese (ace) or Acehnese, a Malayo-Polynesian language spoken by Acehnese people natively in Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia. This language is also spoken by Acehnese descendants in some parts of Malaysia like Yan in Kedah.
Mayget Peace in Aceh, An Acrostic Poem
Acehnese or Aceh where
Cicem (birds) fly with a strong
Hate (liver) in
Indonesia and the
Nan (name) of peace
E'k (climbs) and
Syedara (family) grows and
E'h (sleeps) peacefully
Mayget (peace) in
Aceh province where a
Galak (like or love) of
Eungkot (fish) gathers family to
Tapajôh (eat) and celebrate peace
Acehnese Life Peace
Acehnese or Aceh
a language spoken in families
community members in neighborhoods
of Aceh Province, Indonesia
and Acehnese descendants in Malaysia
where children read books about the world
novels and poetry
and say "mayget" or "damien"
peace in Aceh
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