Rohingya Adverbs

aái (táko) aái aái (táko) alok (borat goró) alok alok (borat goró) áñci áñci (táko) asté asté (zo) baái (aiyér) baái baái (noo solar) baijjai baijjai (uzu gorér) bála (háazar) bála bála (háazar) báñgi (aiyér) báñgi báñgi (aiyér) bazare bazare (dhúl maijjé) bekar (boói táker) besi (háifelár) besi besi (háifelár) boki (hoór) boki boki (hoór) […]

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Preposition in Rohingya

About – tokoriban Before – age/agortú Down – lamat Into – bútore Through – ínti Above – uore Behind –  fisórtu  During – cómot Like – dhóilla To – ot / íkka Across – fáçi Below – nise Except – seróf/úde Of – or Toward – íkka After – baade Beneath – nise/tole For – ótolla/ollá Off – baáre Under – tole/nise Among – bútore Beside – […]

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Similar but different words (ekku dhoilla mogor forók lofzó ókkol)

ada  adá  áda  ginger half tobacco aga  agá  ága(h)  top end injury motion (going to toilet) ana  aná  ána  mirror the bringing I,  in Arabic language añça  añçá  áñça(h) to accommodate glue to walk ara  ará  ára  fence to command to loose baça  baçá  báça  exchange kind if fish low tight bai  bái  baái  headache […]

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Few Hadiths to Remember Always

Learning “The best of you is he who has learnt the Qur’an and then taught it.” (Bukhari) “The seeking of knowledge is a must for every Muslim man and woman.” (Bukhari)   Kindness “Allah is not kind to him who is not kind to people.” (Bukhari and Muslim)   Thankfulness “He who does not thank […]

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We are responsible to what is happening to us, not others.

Everyone is responsible to what is actually happening in Arakan State irrespective of what military junta is doing to us. Quranic Guidance: Surely Allah will not change the (current) situation of a community unless they themselves change it ( to a better one or worse). So, let us step up to change to a better […]

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