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- Third-person singular indicative present form of saada.
- Indicative present connegative form of saada.
- Second-person singular imperative present form of saada.
- Second-person singular imperative present connegative form of saada.
- superlative degree of
- T'eh tree bleeaney ny saa na mish ― He is my junior by three years.
- Y mac saa. ― The youngest son.
saa (n class, plural saa)
When used to mean an hour, the plural is masaa, in the ma class, to disambiguate from telling time. Times of the day are six hours off from the Western system; the Swahili day starts at 7 am (which becomes 1 o'clock) and the night starts at 7 pm (which becomes 1 o'clock at night).