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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 3:21pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:
For your info, the meaning of dialecte is language without a writen dictionnary, most nigérians don't know this. You all believe a dialecte is a sub language of an other language. There is no such thing as dialecte of igbo. There is igbo language and there is Enuani language and other languages. Keep repeating your lie and pray it becomes true. In reality you are only trying to force your identity upon others. Shame.

Show me where Enuani’s defined as anything other than a pure Igbo dialect.

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 3:23pm On Aug 03

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 3:27pm On Aug 03
Probz:


Show me where Enuani’s defined as anything other than a pure Igbo dialect.
understand what you read before you respond. Right now your response makes no sense.
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 3:28pm On Aug 03
Probz:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enuani_dialect

https://www.uniprojectmaterials.com/african-languages/comparative-study-of-enuani-and-the-nkwerre-dialect-of-igbo-language/project-topics-materials-for-final-year-students

Not to mention that Enuani’s also spoken in parts of Anambra state. Is Enuani only a distinct language when it’s spoken in Anioma/Delta?
wikipedia ? How old are you ? Only kids take wikipedia seriously.
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 3:29pm On Aug 03
Probz:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enuani_dialect

https://www.uniprojectmaterials.com/african-languages/comparative-study-of-enuani-and-the-nkwerre-dialect-of-igbo-language/project-topics-materials-for-final-year-students

Not to mention that Enuani’s also spoken in parts of Anambra state. Is Enuani only a distinct language when it’s spoken in Anioma/Delta?
it is also spoken in bukingham palace and Spain.
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 4:57pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:
it is also spoken in bukingham palace and Spain.

So where’s the unassailable evidence that Enuani is not a pure Igbo dialect?

It’s also spoken in Ogbaru.

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 5:52pm On Aug 03
Probz:


So where’s the unassailable evidence that Enuani is not a pure Igbo dialect?

It’s also spoken in Ogbaru.
prolog3111:
For your info, the meaning of dialecte is language without a writen dictionnary, most nigérians don't know this. You all believe a dialecte is a sub language of an other language. There is no such thing as dialecte of igbo. There is igbo language and there is Enuani language and other languages. Keep repeating your lie and pray it becomes true. In reality you are only trying to force your identity upon others. Shame.
I see dumb people...
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by bigfrancis21: 7:01pm On Aug 03
Probz:


So where’s the unassailable evidence that Enuani is not a pure Igbo dialect?

It’s also spoken in Ogbaru.

Probz, rapukene onye a ka o na-akoyeli

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 7:08pm On Aug 03
bigfrancis21:


Probz, rapukene onye a ka o na-akoyeli
unu ndi nzuzu
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by bigfrancis21: 7:13pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:

unu ndi nzuzu

Lol, bia nna I budi onye ebee?

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 7:14pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:

unu ndi nzuzu

Is that the Enuani that you were so desperate to feebly claim isn’t asusu Igbo creeping out after all?

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 7:23pm On Aug 03
Probz:


Is that the Enuani that you were so desperate to feebly claim isn’t asusu Igbo creeping out after all?
I speak many languages, i learnt them, I speak your language, like the slowpoke you are you arrived to yet an other stupid conclusion.
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 7:24pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:

I speak many languages, i learnt them, I speak your language, like the slowpoke you are you arrived to yet an other stupid conclusion.

You still haven’t provided any concrete evidence that Enuani isn’t a pure Igbo dialect. Wishful fabrications don’t count.

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 7:24pm On Aug 03
bigfrancis21:


Probz, rapukene onye a ka o na-akoyeli

I like entertaining slowpokes.

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 7:25pm On Aug 03
bigfrancis21:


Lol, bia nna I budi onye ebee?
gụrụ onwe gị gụrụ akwụkwọ
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 7:27pm On Aug 03
Probz:


You still haven’t provided any concrete evidence that Enuani isn’t a pure Igbo dialect. Wishful fabrications don’t count.
you still haven't learnt how to read.
prolog3111:
For your info, the meaning of dialecte is language without a writen dictionnary, most nigérians don't know this. You all believe a dialecte is a sub language of an other language. There is no such thing as dialecte of igbo. There is igbo language and there is Enuani language and other languages. Keep repeating your lie and pray it becomes true. In reality you are only trying to force your identity upon others. Shame.
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 7:28pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:
you still haven't learnt how to read.

Owere, Nsukka, Abakaleke, Wawa, Ohafia/Abiriba and others are what? Dialects or distinct languages in their own right?

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 7:29pm On Aug 03
Does asusu Igbo proper only extend to generic Anambra/Imo state dialects? That’s most of Enugu state written off at the bare least in that case.

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 7:31pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:
wikipedia ? How old are you ? Only kids take wikipedia seriously.

i won’t state my age but I can assure you I’m old enough to tell the difference between a dialect and a language and also to be your father judging by your lack of reasoning ability.

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 7:34pm On Aug 03
Probz:


Owere, Nsukka, Abakaleke, Wawa, Ohafia/Abiriba and others are what? Dialects or distinct languages in their own right?

I think you have a problem in your head.
A DIALECT IS A LANGUAGE WITHOUT A DICTIONNARY. You don't know what the fvck your are talking about and you are brain dead.
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 7:35pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:
I think you have a problem in your head.
A DIALECT IS A LANGUAGE WITHOUT A DICTIONNARY. You don't know what the fvck your are talking about and you are brain dead.

So is Owere a language?

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Nobody: 7:43pm On Aug 03
Probz:


So is Owere a language?

Keep waiting for an answer, it is coming ... Your generation lacks common sense
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Probz(m): 7:58pm On Aug 03
prolog3111:


Keep waiting for an answer, it is coming ... Your generation lacks common sense

How old are you?
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by Sinistami(m): 12:55am On Aug 04
see...This thread was made for the Epie language, I didn't make it for you people to be dragging igbo this and that here so please stop this nonsense.

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Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by darfay: 11:58pm On Aug 10
Sinistami:
see...This thread was made for the Epie language, I didn't make it for you people to be dragging igbo this and that here so please stop this nonsense.



That is how this iPod pigs act. They wait for minority tribes to create a thread before discussing ikwerre/ukwale/agbor vs igbo all the time.

A majority tribe that has no idea what to do with their huge number, you can't find hausas or yorubaz in such petty stupidity

What a shame

Cc lalasticlala please clean up the thread
Re: Words From The Epie Language Of Yenagoa. by magicjack: 10:06am On Aug 21
darfay:




That is how this iPod pigs act. They wait for minority tribes to create a thread before discussing ikwerre/ukwale/agbor vs igbo all the time.

A majority tribe that has no idea what to do with their huge number, you can't find hausas or yorubaz in such petty stupidity

What a shame

Cc lalasticlala please clean up the thread

Obobs! As much as I hate all this tribal disrespect some of this pepo display, I think its wrong to insult a whole tribe bcuz some stupid few.......Igbo people generally are lovely, the ones disgracing themselves on nairaland are doing deirsef.......let's not turn dis thread to Igbo vs Niger delta
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