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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

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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
Ya thanks
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
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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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