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|Are You From Urhobo,in Urhobo,or Can Speak Urhobo Please Reply by Daniel058(m): 12:41pm On Feb 05, 2013|
Hello fellow nairalanders,AM IN URHOBO NOW.......the home of AKPOS and am gradually learning Urhobo. I need a fellow nairalander who is from urhobo or can speak, to teach me on this page.THANKS 4 reply. These are the ones i learnt. MAVOR=HOW ARE YOU. Mengwo=goodmorning .OGHENE =GOD. EGWÖNÒ=LOVE. Iseh=AMEN .
|Re: Are You From Urhobo,in Urhobo,or Can Speak Urhobo Please Reply by Flowers2127: 11:04pm On May 07, 2013|
Migwo does not mean good morning. It is a greating that juniors give to their elders. It means I am kneeling on my knees. You kneel down and say it. The elder will now say vrendo. Which means rise.
Eguono means love
|Re: Are You From Urhobo,in Urhobo,or Can Speak Urhobo Please Reply by Flowers2127: 11:06pm On May 07, 2013|
Mavo means how are, whats up. The reponse is oyoma. U can also ask O ma wey gari meaning are you okay. The respones is either e ( pronunce as a) o ma me gari meaning yes I am fine or ejo ma me gari meaning no I am not fine
|Re: Are You From Urhobo,in Urhobo,or Can Speak Urhobo Please Reply by Daniel058(m): 8:56pm On May 16, 2013|
|Re: Are You From Urhobo,in Urhobo,or Can Speak Urhobo Please Reply by LarryHinsha: 5:12am On Dec 06, 2017|
Urhobo is a toughest langauge to learn. I have know the meaning of the words at www.bestbritishwriter.com. I have an interest in learning new languages.
|Re: Are You From Urhobo,in Urhobo,or Can Speak Urhobo Please Reply by ankit941: 9:09am On Feb 26, 2018|
Everyone know very well in the solitaire games there are lots of rules and regulation and without know then you can not continue play game and every spider solitaire card games rule which is the necessary in the card game is mention here already. Thanks a lot for the give me best solution about it.
|Re: Are You From Urhobo,in Urhobo,or Can Speak Urhobo Please Reply by Urhobo12: 9:07pm On Feb 02|
UKOKO UYONO URHOBO
Ohwo - Person.(Singular) Ihwo - People.(Plural) Ohwoakpọ - Human being.(Singular) Ihwoakpọ - Humans(Plural) Ọsẹ - Father.(Singular) Esẹ - Fathers(Plural) Oni - Mother(Singular) Ini - Mothers(Plural) Oniọvo - Brother/Sister(Singular) Iniọvo - Brothers/Sisters(Plural) Oniọvo-ọmọtẹ - Sister.(Singular). Iniọvo-emetẹ - Sisters.(Plural). Oniọvo-ọshare - Brother.(Singular). Iniọvo-emeshare- Brothers.(Plural). Ọmọsẹ - Half brother/Half sister from Paternal side(S) Emesẹ - Half brothers/Half sisters from Paternal side(P) Omoni Half brother/Sister from maternal side.(S) Imoni Half brothers/Sisters from maternal side(P) Oniọvo-Ọsẹ - Uncle/Aunt.(S). Iniọvo-esẹ - Uncles/Aunts.(P) Oniọvo-Oni - Uncle/Aunty.(S). Iniọvo-ini - Uncles/Aunties.(Plural). Ọmọoniọvo-Ọmọtẹ - Niece.(S) Emọoniọvo emetẹ - Nieces.(Plural). Ọmọoniọvo-Ọmọshare - Nephew. Emọiniọvo-emeshare - Nephews.(P). Ọmọ-ọmọsẹ - Child of ur half brother/Sister.(S). Emọ-emesẹ - Half brothers/Half sisters.(P). Ọshare - Man.(Singular). Eshare - Men.(Plural). Aye - Woman(Singular). Eya - Women.(Plural). Ọmọshare - Boy(Singular). Emeshare - Boys(Plural). Ọmọtẹ - Girl(Singular). Emetẹ - Girls(Plural). Oko - Friend.(Singular). Iko - Friends.(Plural). Ugbeyan - Friend.(Singular) Igbeyan - Friends(Plural). Ọshare - Husband.(S). Eshare - Men.(P). Aye - Wife.(Singular). Eya - Wives(Plural). Ọse - A married man's extra lover.(S). Ese - A married man's extra lovers.(P). Ọkpako - Elder.(Singular) Ekpako - Elders(Plural). Eghene - Youth(Singular). Ighene - Youths(Plural). Emeghene - Adolecent(S) Imighene - Adolescents.(P). Omotete - Child(Singular) Imitete - Little children(Plural). Ọmọboba - Baby.(S). Emọboba - Babies.(P). Inene - Old woman. Ibaba - Old man. Oniode - Grandma.(S) Ini-ide - Grandmas.(P) Ọsẹode - Grandpa.(S). Esẹide - Grandpas.(P). Uwevwin - Family. Orhua - Extended family. Ekrhu - Children of same lineage. Ọmọmare - Old person. Ọshare vẹ Eya ibuebu - Polygamous man. Ọshare vẹ Aye ọvo - Monogamy. Ophrophro - 2nd wife of a man.(S). Iphrophro - Wives of one man.(P) Aye ovwẹ eshare ibuebu - Polyandry. Oni-Oniode - Great, great grandma.(S). Ini-ini-inide - Great,great grand mothers. Uvwrọmọ - Grand child.(S) Sakpigodi - Great-great-great grand child. Sakpigherekpe Great,great,great,great grand child. Ọshare ọje rọvwọ-ọ - Bachelor.(S). Eshare r'eje rọvwọ-ọ - Bachelors.(P). Ọmọtẹ ọje rọvwọ-ọ - Spinster.(S) Emetẹ r'eje rọvwọ-ọ -Spinsters.(P). Ọmọtobẹ/Ọmọtẹ r'oji chọghọọ - Virgin.(S) Emetobẹ/Emetẹ r'iji chọghọ-ọ - Virgins.(P). Orọnvwe - Marriage. Yavwe - Circumcise. Ẹyavwọ - Circumcising. Oyavwe - Circumcision. Esẹide - Fore-fathers. Esemọ - Ancestors. UKOKOUSIESIURHOBOGROUP.WORDPRESS.COM Check out our website and watch some tutorial videos too or You can join our whatsapp group too to receive audio and video tutorial...
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