Swahili translation: One with great promise; one who will succeed; promising; etc
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English term or phrase:
One with great promise; one who will succeed; promising; etc
Explanation: The translation isn't exact. The word derives from the arabic "bakara", which means "to set out early in the morning, get up early, to come early, be early". A lot of words derive from this verb: primogeniture, first-born, reel, cow"
NinoV Local time: 06:51 Native speaker of: Italian PRO pts in pair: 43