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By Paul Newman

ISBN-10: 0300122462

ISBN-13: 9780300122466

This up to date quantity, the 1st Hausa-English dictionary released in 1 / 4 of a century, is written with language newbies and useful clients in brain. With over 10,000 entries, it basically covers general Nigerian Hausa but additionally comprises a variety of types from Niger and different dialect parts of Nigeria.

The dictionary comprises new Hausa terminology for items, occasions, and actions of the fashionable international. Its definitions exhibit using Hausa phrases in context, and specific recognition is paid to idioms, figurative meanings, and targeted usages. As a advisor to pronunciation, headwords and illustrative sentences are totally marked for tone and vowel size. The ebook adopts a distinct method of the presentation of verb kinds that clarifies lexical relationships and their right usage.


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See Appendix English Invasion of Ireland: Athenry, 1316; Dysert O’Dea, 1318 Venetian-Genoese Wars: Saseno, 1264; Trapani, 1266; Laiazzo, 1294; Kaffa, 1296; Curzola, 1298; Constantinople, 1352; Sapienza, 1354 1st Ethiopian-Ifat War, 1320–1332. See Appendix Angevin Conquest of the Two Sicilies: Benevento, 1266; Tagliacozzo, 1268 Serbian Imperial Wars: Velbuzhde, 1330; Stefaniana, 1344; Adrianople, 1355 8th Crusade: Carthage (Tunisia), 1270 Genko War: Akasaka, 1331; Chihaya, Kamakura, Kyoto, 1333 Mamluk-Nubian War, 1272–1275.

See Appendix Neapolitan-Byzantine War: Berat, 1281 War of the Sicilian Vespers: Sicilian Vespers, 1282; Messina, 1283; Naples, 1284 English Conquest of Wales: Aber Edw, Bangor, 1282; Conwy, 1295 Genoese-Pisan War: Meloria, 1284 French-Aragonese War: Gerona, Las Hormigas, 1285 German Ducal Wars: Worringen, 1288 Habsburg-Swiss Wars: Winterthur, 1292; Nafels, 1352; Sempach, 1386; Nafels, 1388 English Invasion of Scotland: Berwick, Dunbar, 1296 William Wallace Revolt: Stirling, 1297; Falkirk, 1298; Roslin, 1303; Happrew, Stirling, 1304 Rebellion of the Marches: Boroughbridge, 1322 Anglo-Scottish War of Succession: Annan, Dupplin, 1332; Berwick, Halidon Hill, 1333; Dundarg, 1334; Boroughmuir, Kilblain, 1335; Lochindorb, 1336; Crichton, 1337; Dunbar, 1337–1338; Perth, 1339 Ashikaga Rebellion: Kamakura, 1335; Kyoto, Minatogawa, Tatarahama, 1336 Hundred Years War: Cadsand, 1337; Sluys, Tournai, 1340; Hennebont, 1341–1342; Brest, Morlaix, Quimperle´, 1342; Auberoche, 1345; Aiguillon, Caen, Crecy, St Pol de Le´on, 1346; Calais, 1346–1347; Roche-Derrien, 1347; Winchelsea, 1350; Saintes, Thirty, 1351; Mauron, 1352; Poitiers, 1356; Rennes, 1356–1357; Rheims, 1359–1360; Brignais, 1362; Becherel, 1363; Auray, Cocherel, 1364; Navarette, 1367; Limoges, Pontvallain, 1370; La Rochelle, 1372; xxxii Chronological Reference Guide Chize, 1373; Chateauneuf-de-Randon, 1380; Bruges, Roosebeke, 1382; Margate, 1387; Othe´e, 1408; Agincourt, Harfleur, 1415; Harfleur, Valmont, 1416; Caen, 1417; Rouen, 1418–1419; Fresnay, Melun, 1420; Bauge´, 1421; Meaux, 1421–1422; Cravant, 1423; Verneuil, 1424; Avranches, 1426; Montargis, 1427; Orleans, 1428–1429; Jargeau, Paris, Patay, Rouvray, 1429; Compiegne, 1430; Bulgne´ville, 1431; Paris, 1436; Pontoise, 1441; Rouen, 1449; Caen, 1450; Formigny, 1450; Bordeaux, Castillon, 1453 Condottieri Wars: Parabiago, 1339 Burgundian-Swiss Wars: Laupen, 1339; Fribourg, 1340 War of the Swabian League: Ulm, 1376; Reutlingen, 1377 War of Chioggia: Antium, 1378; Pula, 1379; Chioggia, 1379–1380 Neapolitan-Papal War: Anagni, 1381 Portuguese-Castilian Wars: Atoleiros, 1384; Aljubarrota, 1385 English Barons’ Revolt: Radcot Bridge, 1387 Padua-Verona War: Castagnaro, 1387 German Towns War: Doffingen, 1388; Beraun, 1394 Wars of Scandinavian Union: Aasle, Falkoping, 1389 Florentine-Pisan Wars: Lucca, 1341 Glendower’s Rebellion: Welshpool, 1400; Pilleth, 1402 Hungarian-Venetian Wars: Zara, 1346 Habsburg-Swiss Wars: Speicher, 1403; Stoss, 1405; Bregenz, 1408 Anglo-Scottish Border Wars: Neville’s Cross, 1346; Nesbit, 1355; Otterburn, 1388; Homildon Hill, Nesbit, 1402 Percy’s Rebellion: Shrewsbury, 1403; Bramham Moor, 1408 Aragonese Civil War: Epila, 1348 Florentine-Pisan Wars: Pisa, 1406 War of the Japanese Emperors: Shijo Nawate, 1348 Ming Imperial Wars: Kerulen, 1409; Jing Luzhen, Onon, 1410; Tumu, 1449 Florentine-Milanese Wars: Scarperia, 1351; Castellazzo, 1391; Brescia, 1401 Aragon’s Conquest of Sardinia: Alghero, 1353–1354 Rise of the Ming Dynasty: Nanjing, 1356; Shaoxing, 1359; Nanchang, Poyang Lake, 1363; Suzhou, 1366– 1367 Wars of the Hanseatic League: Visby, 1361; Copenhagen, Helsingborg, 1362 Russian-Mongol Wars: Syni Vody, 1362; Vozha, 1378; Kalka, Kulikovo, 1380; Moscow, 1382 Ottoman Conquest of the Balkans: Maritza, 1363; Vidin, 1366; Maritza, Samokov, 1371; Savra, 1385; Plotchnik, 1387; Kossovo, 1389; Rovine, 1395; Nicopolis (Bulgaria), 1396 Egyptian Crusade of Peter of Cyprus: Alexandria, 1365 Conquests of Tamerlane: Tashkent, 1365; Balkh, 1370; Herat, 1383; Isfahan, 1387; Syr Darya, 1389; Kunduzcha, 1391; Shiraz, 1393; Terek, 1395; Delhi, Multan, 1398; Meerut, Vorskla, 1399; Aleppo, Baghdad, 1400; Damascus, 1401; Angora, Smyrna, 1402 Vijayanagar-Bahmani Wars: Kauthal, 1367; Krishna, 1398; Vijayanagar, 1406; Pangul, 1418–1420; Mudgal, 1443 Castilian War of Succession: Montiel, 1369 Scottish Clan Wars: Invernahavon, 1370; North Inch, 1396; Arbroath, 1446 Later Wars of the Teutonic Knights: Tannenberg, 1410; Wilkomierz, 1435 MacDonald Rebellion: Harlaw, 1411; Lochaber, 1429; Inverlochy, 1431; Strathfleet, 1453; Bloody Bay, 1480 Ottoman Civil Wars: Chamorlu, 1413; Yenisehir, 1481 2nd Ethiopian-Ifat War, 1415.

See Appendix Mongol Conquest of China: Yuxian, 1232; Kaifeng, 1232–1233; Jiangling, 1236; Diao Yu, 1258 Rise of Mali, 1235–1332. See Appendix 2nd Latin-Byzantine Imperial War: Constantinople, 1236 Branas Rebellion: Constantinople, 1187 Early Wars of the Teutonic Knights: Siauliai, 1236; Durbe, 1260; Rakvere, 1268; Karuse, 1270; Aizkraulke, 1279 3rd Crusade: Cresson, Hattin, Jerusalem, Tyre, 1187; Acre, 1189–1191; Arsouf, 1191; Joppa, 1192 Mongol Conquest of Russia: Ryazan, 1237; Kolomna, Moscow, Sit, Vladimir, 1238; Kiev, 1240 Byzantine-Serbian War: Morava, 1190 Imperial-Papal Wars: Cortenuova, 1237; Brescia, 1238; Meloria, 1241; Parma, 1247–1248; Fossalta, 1248 Imperial Invasion of Sicily: Ascoli, 1190 Bulgarian Imperial Wars: Berroea, 1190; Arcadiopolis, 1194; Adrianople, 1205; Philippopolis, 1208; Trnovo, 1218; Klokotnitsa, 1230; Adrianople, 1255 French War of Richard I: Freteval, 1194; Gisors, 1198; Chalus, 1199 Later Crusader-Muslim Wars: Gaza, 1239; Jerusalem, La Forbie, 1244; Ascalon, 1247; Sarvantikar, 1266; Antioch (Syria), 1268; Krak de Chevaliers, 1271; Marqab, 1285; Tripoli (Lebanon), 1289; Acre, 1291; Rhodes, 1310; Smyrna, 1344 Muslim War of Succession, 1196–1200.

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