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|A Yoruba Conundrum by Zd(f): 12:58pm On Nov 03, 2006|
new here so "hi"
[color=#000099]could someone tell me which is correct , or if these are both correct, different syntax?
"k' a ma wo sha"
"Ka shi ma wo"
rough translation: "lets wait and see"
would appreciate a quick answer as you'd be settling a mini feud btw a Lagosian and Ondo-ian!! Pertinent stuff guys![/color]
|Re: A Yoruba Conundrum by twinstaiye(m): 1:07pm On Nov 03, 2006|
I guess they both mean the same thing. It however depend from where the speaker come from. The generally acceptable one should be (Kasi ma wo). But Kamawo sha may not be generally spoken by all yoruba, it could be limited to certain side of yorubas.
|Re: A Yoruba Conundrum by Zd(f): 3:31pm On Nov 03, 2006|
you a twin? Taiwo? i'm a "Kehinde", not officially named though,
|Re: A Yoruba Conundrum by nilla(f): 6:43pm On Nov 03, 2006|
wouldn't mind some yoruba lessons
e bim pa mi
|Re: A Yoruba Conundrum by Odeku(m): 10:21pm On Nov 03, 2006|
CHi nilla you don kill that language
|Re: A Yoruba Conundrum by nilla(f): 10:22pm On Nov 03, 2006|
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