What does Igbo Kwenu mean?
Their phrase “Igbo kwenu” maximum literally approach, “We the Ibo people stand together in agreement and collective will.” It is also a shortened form of an extended phrase, “Igbo kwere na ihe ha kwuru” which means that kind of, “The Igbo believe in what they have got agreed upon to suppose, say, and do.”
How do Jamaicans say hi?
“Mo ni fe re” is Yoruba for “I love you” and literally translates to “I have your love.” Yoruba language needs little introduction as it is one of the 4 official languages of Nigeria.
How do you say goodbye in Nigeria?
The Yorubas say ‘ba wo ni’ to say hello and “Odabo” to say goodbye, but there’s a whole host of greetings associated with the Yorubas. We all know they can greet for Africa!
What is I really like you in Nigerian language?
“Ye tare me/Eh tari mi” is how you say “I love you” in Ijaw language, which has about 9 dialects.
How do you say no in Nigeria?
When you want to say “No” then this word alone will do. “Wahala” on its own means ‘”trouble”, similar to the way the word bacchanal is used in the Caribbean.
How do you say just right morning in Nigeria?
Here is the translation and the Igbo word for I mean it: anaghị m egwu egwu  Dictionary Entries near I mean it. I love you so much.
How do u say hello in Ghana?
I’m doing well.
How do you are saying mother in Nigeria?
bamama = mom, mother, Mrs.
What does dim mean in Igbo?
Dim: “my husband” (p. 234)