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It has been observed that, the Hausa people always utters,mentions, discourses and attaches the names of Egypt and Egyptians to their socio-cultural life and day-to-day activities.
Most of the names that are being attached are Hausa material culture, viz: “Agwagwar Masar” (Egyptians' Duck), "Ajab Ɗan Misira" (Egyptians' Sugar-Cane), "Audugar Masar" (Egyptians' Cotton), “Ɓeran Masar” (Egyptians' Rat), “Gwandar Masar” (Egyptians' Pawpaw), "Jakin Misira" (Zebra) (Egyptians' Donkey), “Kucciyar Masar” (Egyptians' Dove), "Kwano Ɗan Misira" (Egyptians' Pan), "Masara" (Egyptians' Maiza), “Rubutu Ɗan Bugun Misira” (Egyptians' Writing System), “Tafasar Masar” (Egyptians' Vegetable), “Waken Masar” (Egyptians's Beans), “Yadi Ɗan Misira” (Egyptians' Clothing Material), “Zaren Ɗan Masar” (Egyptians' Thread), etc.If one should look at these utterances (speeches, words, phrases), he will get to understand that there must be a certain relationship between Hausa people and Egyptians.
These utterances triggered up for the research to find out the relationships that caused for the utterances in Hausa society.
Language was used in finding out the cultural relationships between the two societies.
Abdulrahaman Ado was born in 7th February, 1963 in Malumfashi, Katsina, Nigeria.
He did his B.A.
Hausa at Bayero University Kano, Nigeria (1987) and M.A.
Hausa at Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto (2009).
He obtained his Ph.D.
Hausa Language at Cairo University, Egypt (2015).
He is a lecturer of Hausa in Umaru Musa Yar'adua, Katsina,Nigeria.
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