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|Questions About Urhobo Language by OlaoChi: 1:04pm On Dec 28, 2015|
I want to learn Urhobo language, I love Urhobo culture and names
can anyone help me with the basics
what is good morning? good afternoon good evening good night sorry/apology/excuse me how much does that cost? etc
|Re: Questions About Urhobo Language by OlaoChi: 2:24pm On Dec 28, 2015|
is it true that "g" is silent in a word like "Igho"
|Re: Questions About Urhobo Language by GooseBaba: 6:16pm On Dec 28, 2015|
The greetings are similar but different in pronunciations.
In Uvwie for instance they say "Degwor" in Ugelli they say "Migwor"... So therefore, you've to narrow down to the exact Urhobo clan that jolificate your interest...
|Re: Questions About Urhobo Language by GooseBaba: 6:19pm On Dec 28, 2015|
I don't really speak Urhobo fleuenty.... I think the word is pronounced E~go...
|Re: Questions About Urhobo Language by OlaoChi: 3:28pm On Jun 25, 2016|
Thanks I've also learnt a few things since then
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