joog

joog

(dʒug)
tv. to stab someone. (Prisons.) Lefty jooged the screw.
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And even in case of death at a young age, the husband of a deceased woman is allowed by traditions to take without conditions, the sister of his deceased wife as a substitute wife, a reality Issa Laye Thiaw confirmed in an interview with Joog Sene (an old Sereer man) in June 1983 in the village of Baabaak wherein he said: "Yes, (...), we gave to a man whose wife died a few time after the wedding the late wife's sister as a substitute wife to inherit her wedding hut (19)".
(19) Words quoted from an interviewed made by Issa Laye Thiaw with Joog Sene, an old Sereer man, June 22, 1983 in the village of Baabaak.
Le vieux Joog Sene confirme : "oui, (...), on a donne a celui-la une femme qui est decedee quelque temps apres le mariage, on lui donna en remplacement sa soeur pour qu'elle herite de sa case" (22).
(22) Propos tires de l'entretient fait par Issa Laye Thiaw au vieux sereer, Joog Sene le 22 juin 1983 dans le village de Baabaak.