How do I say goodnight in Yoruba?
Goodnight is easy. All you need to say is “ódi àárò”(which directly translates to “till morning”) or “e sun dada” (Means sleep well, “sùn re” cannot be used because it is used for dead people xD).
What is JIGI in Yoruba?
The word is gbamu gbamu jigi jigi it’s a Nige… it’s a native Nigerian Yorùbá language of origin and it’s mainly associated or you know used when someone is expressing when someone is happy or when someone is showing how happy he is, you know.
What does Aye in Yoruba mean?
Aye in Yoruba language mean “LIFE” Like when you say “ aye mi” which is interpreted to be MY LIFE.
What are the greetings in Yoruba?
The Yoruba greetings mostly start with the Word “E” and examples are “E kale ” meaning “Good Evening” or “E Pele” meaning “Sorry” or “E ku Ise” The word “E” is symbolic with Respect in Addressing someone that is older than you. You must give it to my People oh as we appreciate Respect and Honour in our Culture so much.
What is I love you in Nigerian?
‘I love you’ is “a huru m gi n’anya” (in Igbo Izugbe ie Central Igbo) or “a furu m gi n’anya” in the equally popular Anambara dialect. ‘I value you’ on the other hand is not something we say as way of showing love/endearment. A literal translation is “I baara m uru” which is akin to saying you find them useful.
What does Jijji mean?
JIJI (on Spanish Messaging Apps)
JIJI means “laughing.” (“Jiji” sounds like he he.
What does Noni mean in Yoruba?
Noni. Definition: On point! Example: I thank God for me, Noni!
What does Bobo mean in Nigeria?
Paying compliments is one of the easiest ways to make friends. ”Bobo you too fine” means that a man is handsome, while ”Babe you too fine” would be used to compliment a woman.
What does Oshey mean in Yoruba?
“OSHEY” means Thank You in my fathers language (Yoruba).
How do you greet a good night in Yoruba?
E ku irole o: means good evening in Yoruba. Should be used between 4 to 7pm. For elders add ma/sir. E kaale o: means good evening but used at night time when it is dark, after 7pm.
What does Ekaabo mean?
Welcome / Eku ile (if you’re coming from outside, you say eku ile to someone at home) Ekaabo ( if you’re home, you say ekaabo to someone who’s just arriving)
How do you say good evening in Nigerian?
E kaale o — meaning good evening — used at night time, after 7pm onwards (say “E kaale ma/sir” to elders).