Definition of taboo in Hausa
|noun & adjective /təˈbuː/ wani mataki da ake ƙin aiwatarwa ko wata magana da ake ƙin faɗa saboda dalilai na addini ko na alkunya (jin nauyi ko ganin girman mutum)|
Addressing your father with 'kai ji mana' is a taboo. cewa mahaifinka 'kai ji mana' rashin girmamawa ne.
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