Nairaland Forum

Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / Login / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 1231083 members, 1618511 topics. Date: Monday, 01 September 2014 at 02:52 PM

How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? - Nairaland / General (3) - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? (6022 Views)

My Experience With A Native Doctor / The World's Longest Tongue Own By A Girl / Here She Is! Girl With The Longest Tongue!! (pix) (1) (2) (3) (4)

(0) (1) (2) (3) (Reply) (Go Down)

Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by DonaldGenes(m): 10:48am On Dec 25, 2012
Choicegirl: Leboku in yakurr language cross river state
Na sooo
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by yokiti: 11:14am On Dec 25, 2012
Naija_pikin 1: did you read “christmassology“ in school?...wow.


Christmass gini?..... A course like that is not yet in the open. We are preparing to take off in all Univeristies in Nigeria soonest...... Hope this will not trigger Medical Boko haramology and Industrial Kidnapology?
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by yokiti: 11:20am On Dec 25, 2012
IYA NGBALI: abeg u got that of yoruba wrong olodo ni e

am so sorry for that.... It was due to slip of fingers on key pad.....KERE.....SIMESI..... kERESIMESI de.... Abi Olugbala kan fun wa ni Ilu Bethlehem.... awa si tun ri Irawo re lawo sanma.... Awa si wa lati mun ebun f'Oba taa bi lo'oni..



Am I good to go?
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by gaboeski(m): 11:31am On Dec 25, 2012
Its called Gesimisi in urhobo
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by frankugomba: 11:36am On Dec 25, 2012
kisswe cal it ekeresimesi! kisswe cal it ekeresimesi!
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by wisematto: 11:37am On Dec 25, 2012
in egun language WHENUPEVI. 4rm badagry lagos state
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by frankugomba: 11:42am On Dec 25, 2012
ihebrooke: We call it ekeresimesi in igbo language.
u r ryt dats d real pronounciatn!
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by naptu2: 12:10pm On Dec 25, 2012
Ishilove: Nkirisimasi in Ukwani dialect

Merry Christmas Ishilove.

1 Like

Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Panshow(m): 12:43pm On Dec 25, 2012
It is called KIRMIS in Mwaghavul language of Plateau State.
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by deboydebo: 12:55pm On Dec 25, 2012
Eyaal dats how the ABUANS of River State, call it. Although, sometimes it's also use to mean Festival.
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Geeeee3: 1:14pm On Dec 25, 2012
Kirimishi in bekwara cross riva state.
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Naijapikin1: 1:30pm On Dec 25, 2012
IYA NGBALI: abeg tell him jare olodo ni bobo yen
se iya en lon pe olodo abi? Abi on ya were ni? Buy a srewdriver, and fix those misplaced nuts, on that cement block, that is on top of your neck. because it by no means, sounds like a head.
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by odizzy: 1:54pm On Dec 25, 2012
stjudas: Ekeresimesi ka ndi b'anyi n'kpo ya. Umuigbo ekene'm unu n'oge mme mme a nke ncheta omumu jeso kristi.
nwa afor igbo, kedu
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by usibengate(m): 2:49pm On Dec 25, 2012
It is called Evbinkpo in Edo language
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by k2039(m): 3:33pm On Dec 25, 2012
ARES: This op's joblessness is epic!
Yours is legendary for you to have commented on a jobless thread.
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by xpensivechic: 3:55pm On Dec 25, 2012
no Edo ppl for this forum na waoooo...plws help me out na i dnt knw wats cald in my dialet
 
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by nomenclature(m): 4:26pm On Dec 25, 2012
its called GESEENDE KERSFEES in africaans
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Deiok: 5:45pm On Dec 25, 2012
samuelorija218: In Hausa its called 'Barka dà Kirsìmatì'.
In Yoruba it's called 'E ku odun, e ku iye'dun'
In Fulani it's 'Jabbama be salla Kirismati'
In Igbo (Ibo) 'E keresimesi Oma'
In Edo it's 'Iselogbe'
In English its MERRY Christmas.
Finally in Spanish, its called Felize Navidad!
You got the one of edo totaly wrong. Infact you're getting the topic wrong. Mr i too know mtwewww.
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Deiok: 5:50pm On Dec 25, 2012
xpensive chic: no Edo ppl for this forum na waoooo...plws help me out na i dnt knw wats cald in my dialet
maybe you didnt follow the forum properly. In Edo language its calld Evbì ukpo nèkherè.
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by wizard01(m): 10:18pm On Dec 25, 2012
Ukabare Isua is wat we de Efik call Christmas.
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Rebsy(f): 11:13pm On Dec 25, 2012
Aahammed1: In Hausa language we call it kristan mushe
. Kintsa uwaka dai ko?
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by FEMZY99(m): 9:08am On Dec 26, 2012
Keresimesi
[b]Keresimesi
[/b]Keresimesi
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Libkid(m): 11:36am On Dec 26, 2012
Choicegirl: Leboku in yakurr language cross river state
choice are u 4rm yakurr.i thought leboku is all about new yam festival
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Libkid(m): 11:40am On Dec 26, 2012
AG.gal:
Its called Akabarisua in ikom language
sounds close though.in yakurr it is called Isua
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by Libkid(m): 11:43am On Dec 26, 2012
Donalð Genes:
Na sooo
na wa donald.it is called isua not leboku
Re: How Do You Call “christmas“ In Your Native Tongue? by mxxpunkxx1(m): 9:28pm On Dec 27, 2012
Naija_pikin 1: are u english?

lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed

(0) (1) (2) (3) (Reply)

Have You Ever Killed A Wild/dangerous Animal? / Seun - Seun Osewa, Nairaland Forum Website Administrator / A Thread For Quotes

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2014 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See Nairalist and How To Advertise. 40
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.