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Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 8:57pm On Sep 06, 2017
Monosyllabic[b][/b] verbs

Ba- plait
Bẹ- come
Bọ- consult
Bọ- allow


Chi- pull/drag
Cha- to deny committing a crime

Da- drink
Dẹ- buy
De- fall
De- happen
Du- lift
Dua- to put in effort/ to try

Fẹ- watch/ look at
Fa-cut
Fi- shoot
Fuẹ- waste, wash
Fọ- to end/ become used up
Fue- to become rich

Ga- to worship, to be arrogant
Ge- to look at/ watch/ see
Gẹ- shine
Gu- tell/ talk about

Gbe- beat/ kill/ hit
Gba- to carry on the back

Gua- to fall sick
Gua - to farm
Gua- to ride a vehicle
Gwu- to die
Gue- to tell/ talk about
Guẹ - to know, to be skilled at something
Gia - to laugh

Jẹ- fetch
Je- go

Kpa- vomit
Kpe- to wash

Kue- to be satiated
Kuẹ- to fight
Kuẹa- to take a bath

Ka - insult
Ku- to pursue
Kẹ - await
Ki- to cut (a piece)
Kiẹ- to do, to itch
Khe- to become sour
Kha - to become dry
Khẹ- protect
Khia- to walk

La- to be (in a place)
Le- to eat
Lẹ- to go, to know
Lo- to be sufficient, to enter
Lọ- to spend, to iron
Lue- to be at fault
Lu- to do
Li- to do

Mẹ- to see/to be pregnant
Ma- to build/ create/ mold/ stick
mhu- to hold/ to catch
Mhuẹ- to have
Mọ - to have
Mhe- to talk

Na- run
Nẹ- to defecate
Nẹ- to be greater than
No - to use
Nọ- to ask
Ni - to succeed

Nye- to live/reside/cook
Nya- to become wide open
Nyie- to collect

Rue- carry/ take
Rọ/rẹ- to take
Ruẹ- to rain

Sa- think
Sọ- to lay eggs
Suọ- to hear

Shọ- to fix

Ta- to build/ to tell a story/ to dig a hole
Tua- to carry, lift

Vhia- to give birth
Vhie - to be cooked
Vhiẹ- to cry
Va- to cut open
Via- to end a session

Wa- fetch (water)
Wa- to go missing
Wẹ - smell

Ye- go
Ya- to be (in a place)

Zẹ- to select/ choose/ to cause/ to leave
Ze- to be strong


For more, visit: edoafemai.blogspot.com.ng
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 9:49pm On Sep 06, 2017
Etsako (Ibie) verbs with recurring sounds

Baba- to flutter (like a bird)
Cici- to flatter
Dada- to flutter
Gaga- to deceive
Gẹgẹ- to pamper / to pacify
Gogo- to wander
Khekhe- to feel heavy (body part)
Kẹkẹ- to write
Kiki- to start a vehicle
Kuku- to close
Lala- to lick
Lele- to turn/ stir
Lẹlẹ- to deceive
Lolo- count
Nyanya- to quicken up
Nono- to want/ to look for
Nẹnẹ(usually shortened to nẹ)- to defecate
Susu- to tempt
Sheshe- to repair
Shasha- to smash
Shishi- to clean
Zaza- to quicken up
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by AliasJoice(f): 6:38pm On Sep 08, 2017
Op,please what's the meaning of pe kenebe,oriato and oware. I don't know if i got the spellings right though
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 9:30am On Oct 05, 2017
AliasJoice:
Op,please what's the meaning of pe kenebe,oriato and oware.
I don't know if i got the spellings right though
I don't know, is that Bini?
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by AliasJoice(f): 6:05pm On Oct 16, 2017
hurrycayne:
I don't know, is that Bini?
i'm not sure,my mum was from etsako,agenebode to be precise and she says those words alot.
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by Kalapizim(m): 2:50pm On Oct 17, 2017
AliasJoice:
i'm not sure,my mum was from etsako,agenebode to be precise and she says those words alot.
woow I am from estako central, Anegbette and don't know how to speak my dialect.
do you have any book on the language you can recommend.
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 6:38am On Jan 17, 2018
Kalapizim:
woow I am from estako central, Anegbette and don't know how to speak my dialect.
do you have any book on the language you can recommend.
I'm sorry, I don't know what those words mean. Me sef be learner.
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by Kalapizim(m): 8:00am On Jan 17, 2018
hurrycayne:

I'm sorry, I don't know what those words mean. Me sef be learner.
oh no probs, we plenty sef grin
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by AxxeMan: 6:15am On Jan 18, 2018
Wow its basically Benin language
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 1:39am On May 08, 2018
You know most languages in Edo and Delta (and some other states) are just dialects of the Edo spoken in Benin. I hope very soon we'll be able to teach Bini in schools and adopt is as a Lingua Franca in that area.

AxxeMan:
Wow its basically Benin language
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 1:45am On May 08, 2018
No, but you could look up these sites
etsakolanguage.com

edoafemai.blogspot.com.ng

Kalapizim:
woow I am from estako central, Anegbette and don't know how to speak my dialect.
do you have any book on the language you can recommend.
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 1:50am On May 08, 2018
hurrycayne:
Etsako (Ibie) verbs with recurring sounds

Baba- to flutter (like a bird)
Chichi- to flatter
Dada- to cross (a road)
Dudu - to pour in large quantities
Dodo - to hawk
Gaga- to deceive
Gẹgẹ- to pamper / to pacify
Gogo- to wander
Khekhe- to feel heavy (body part)
Kẹkẹ- to write
Kiki- to start a vehicle
Kọkọ - to swallow
Khọkhọ- to describe
Kpọkpọ - to disturb
Kpakpa - to disturb
Kuku- to close
Lala- to lick
Lele- to turn/ stir
Lẹlẹ- to deceive
Lolo- count
Nyanya- to quicken up
Nono- to want/ to look for
Nẹnẹ(usually shortened to nẹ)- to defecate
Sese- to do
Susu- to tempt
Sheshe- to repair
Shasha- to smash
Shishi- to clean
Zaza- to quicken up

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See edoafemai.blogspot.com.ng for more
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 2:36am On May 08, 2018
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All Edo (etsako) verbs begin with consonants and end with vowels.

Edo has singular and plural verbs which distinguishes it from many other languages. The plural verbs are used to show that many people partook in the action or that the action has been done repeatedly.

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Banọ a- UnCloth
Bale - come
Bẹna - to do with style
Bino - check
Chalọ - drag
Chino - pack
Chiki - to be stiff
Chiki - to move slightly
Chigbe - to do an action after a prior action
Dala - to be agreeable
Da kua - diffuse
Degbe
Dolo - to chew
Dono- to turn
Dọbọ - make a mistake
Fali - to pay
Fami - to pretend
Fẹli - to watch
Filo - to put Inside à container
Gẹnọ- to tie
Gọnọ - to shake
Gbagia - to loosen, to digest
Haino - argue
Jigi- to shake
Kalọ - count, calculate
Kuẹ - fight
Kele- to want
Kẹsẹ - to remain
Khọlọ - crawl
Khọli- fight
Lọlọ - to be slippery
Lọghiẹ -to change
Lọsọ - to contain
Manọ - to burn slightly, to form seeds
Manọ - build.(plural)
Masẹ- measure, plan
Mhushe - massage
Nanọ - run (plural)
Nẹnẹ - to defecate (plural)
Rọ kasẹ - show, to dry
Rọ shi - keep
Rọ kiẹ - iṣẹ
Rọ na - give
Rọ vu - take away
Sanọ - pick
Sato - remember
Sami - to be pregnant
Saka ku - to be scattered about
Shitọ - sit
Tano (plural)- narrate
Tala - break (as in a bone)
Tagẹa - to loosen a knot
Tọnọ - dig, build (plural)
Vanọ -split
Vare- come
Vule - stand up
Wasẹ - to misplace
Walọ - fetch
Wolọ - pack
Wola -quarrel
Wọlọ- pluck (bird feathers)
Wushe - stir
Yakhọ - leave
Yele a - forget
Yele le- remember, remind
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by Kalapizim(m): 3:28am On May 08, 2018
hurrycayne:
No, but you could look up these sites etsakolanguage.com
edoafemai.blogspot.com.ng
nice thank you.
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by hurrycayne: 8:29am On May 08, 2018
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All Edo (etsako) verbs begin with consonants and end with vowels.

Edo has singular and plural verbs which distinguishes it from many other languages. The plural verbs are used to show that many people partook in the action or that the action has been done repeatedly.


Banọ a- UnCloth
Bale - come
Bẹna - to do with style
Bino - check
Chalọ - drag
Chino - pack
Chiki - to be stiff
Chiki - to move slightly
Chigbe - to do an action after a prior action
Dala - to be agreeable
Da kua - diffuse
Degbe
Dobẹ - leave, able
Dolo - to chew
Dono- to turn
Dọbọ - make a mistake
Fali - to pay
Fami - to pretend
Fẹli - to watch
Filo - to put Inside à container
Gẹnọ- to tie
Gọnọ - to shake
Gbagia - to loosen, to digest
Haino - argue
Jigi- to shake
Kalọ - count, calculate
Kuẹ - fight
Kele- to want
Kẹsẹ - to remain
Khọlọ - crawl
Khọli- fight
Lọlọ - to be slippery
Lọghiẹ -to change
Lọsọ - to contain
Mati - to be able
Manọ - to burn slightly, to form seeds
Manọ - build.(plural)
Masẹ- measure, plan
Mhushe - massage
Nanọ - run (plural)
Nẹnẹ - to defecate (plural)
Rọ kasẹ - show, to dry
Rọ shi - keep
Rọ kiẹ - iṣẹ
Rọ na - give
Rọ vu - take away
Sanọ - pick
Sato - remember
Sami - to be pregnant
Saka ku - to be scattered about
Shitọ - sit
Tano (plural)- narrate
Tala - break (as in a bone)
Tagẹa - to loosen a knot
Tọnọ - dig, build (plural)
Vanọ -split
Vare- come
Vule - stand up
Wasẹ - to misplace
Walọ - fetch
Wolọ - pack
Wola -quarrel
Wọlọ- pluck (bird feathers)
Wushe - stir
Yakhọ - leave
Yele a - forget
Yele le- remember, remind
Yemi - reply
Zẹ emhuẹ- disrespect
Zẹ obọ - leave, abandon
Zẹ owẹ - Take a step
Zuse - block
Zugu - scatter
Zọlọ - complain
Re: Etsako (ibie) Verbs by AxxeMan: 12:06pm On Jun 05, 2018
hurrycayne:
You know most languages in Edo and Delta (and some other states) are just dialects of the Edo spoken in Benin. I hope very soon we'll be able to teach Bini in schools and adopt is as a Lingua Franca in that area.


True bro ..true

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