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Saturday, 23 May 2020

Position, Natural Creations And Other Translations

Position, Natural Creations And Other Translations

By Uwagboe Ogieva

Odaro – front Iyeke – back Ukpẹ – pick Igbefen – behind
Odukhun – up / top Avava – between Ototọ - bottom / bellow Ikinegbe – beside
Ẹwẹ – chest Udu – heart Adesẹ -center Oberrọmwan – right
Gọ / bigọ – bend / curve Ehọ – edge Okhiẹ - extreme Otọ – down / downward
worhua – cool kanmwan – particle / small gẹdẹgbẹ - huge / big / ideghideghe / distance
Aghonghon - shadow Diake – close Egbe – body Von – fill
Ẹzi – root Sikẹ / ọkpen – near Obiyọmwan – left Uhun – head
Otọ – down Mudia - stand / wait Dia - straight  Taen / Tan - tall
kherre / tunien – small Kpolor - big Wọrọ - tall Dunan / Dunaen - clear
Fuẹtin – weak Dimwin - deep Wenren - slim / thiny Nobun - many
Winrin – flavour / smell / odour Sikuen - bend down / fold Huan / Huaen - clean Mose - fine/ pretty
Siẹ / draw Simwin - drag Wirri - lost / Gbodẹ / Gue - cover /

Rrie iwanienmwen ya inota na:

Apply this to each of the positions above
ih ( i ) -------------------------------------------------
Wẹ ( you ) -------------------------------------------
Ima ( we ) --------------------------------------------
Uwa ( you - plural ) ------------------------------
Ẹre / onren / ihien ( him / her ) -------------
Ihian ( them / they ) ------------------------------

IYI AGBON– NATURAL CREATIONS

Iso - cloud / sky
Ẹzẹ – river
Otọ - land
Egbo - forest
Idagbiso - Space
Uki – moon
Oronmwen – star
owen/oven - sun
Ẹhoho – wind Oni – cold Uzeze – snow Ẹfi – heavy wind
Ọrro – chaccos Amen – water Ọghọdọ – lake Erran – tree
Otagbon – earth Agbon – world Uvun – hole Ọmwan – human
Arhanmwen – animals Iyiamen – Water creatures / world Iyiẹhoho – sky creatures
/ world
Iyiotọ – land creatures
/ world
Iyidagbiso – space
creatures / world
Ugbohio – valley Otẹghodo – open space/place Ẹghodo – space
Ẹghodiso – universe Ẹhoho - air Erren – fire Okpẹzẹ - ocean
Iyioha - plant Ohie Ugbo – farm Oha - bush

Time – ẹghẹ Ẹghẹ Ukpo – Seasons Utonmwen - Temperature Ugiẹvbo Festival Meal time – ẹghẹ evbare
Owiẹfioro – early
morning
Ẹghẹ ifie – clearing season
Ton - hot
1.) Ukpu na ton - This cup is hot
2.) Ghẹ giẹrẹ ekpakpu izẹ ni ton - Don't let that plate of rice be hot
Ugie emorrọ Evbare owiẹ - Breakfast
1.) Eti kevbe biẹdi - Tea and bread
Owiẹ – morning
Ẹghẹ egbọ – planting season
Oni - cold
1.) Oni fi mwen - I am cold
2.) Yẹrẹ omosefe ewu ne oni ghẹ fi ẹre - Wear omosefe shirt not to catch cold
Iguẹ Evbare avan – Lunch
1.) Iýan vbe owo - yam and owo
2.) Izẹ kevbe estiu - rice and stew
3.) Ema / ẹbaẹ kevbe uwonmwen ogi / ọhẹrẹ . etc
Avan – afternoon
Ẹghẹ oni – cold season / winter
Zeze - freeze
1.) Owẹ mwen zeze - My leg is frozen
2.) Muen emiowo ni ye frigi n'oh zeze - Put that meat in the frize to freeze
Evbare ota – Snacks time
1.) Oboboro (ọghẹdẹ n'ọvboro kevbe iýan kevbe ofigbon n'ọba kevbe umwen vbe amen) - ripe plantain+yam+red oil+salt+water
2.)merran - fruits
Ota – evening
Ẹghẹ egua – digging season
Kuamen - melt
1.) Oke ni wa kuamen - That mountain is melting
2.) Ghẹ giẹ kuamen! - Don't let it melt!
Evbare akota – Dinner
1.Iyan / ọghẹdẹ / ebe iyioha / Izẹ amen ivin etc - yam / plantain / vegetable leafs / coconut rice . etc
Akota – near night
Ẹghẹ oven – summer
Gien - burn
1.) Owa ni wa gien - That house is burning
2.) Ghẹ giẹ gien! - Don't let it burn!
Ason – night
Orrọ – raining season
Sikan - gum
1.) Egilẹ ni sikan mu erran orhun - That snail gum the pear tree.
2.) Sikan ebe men deghẹ uh gha sẹtin - Gum this book for me if you can
Ebiebi / Ebiebi so –
dark / midnight
Okhuakhua – hamanttan
gbọfọ - wet
1.) Avbe ukpun na wa gbọfọ - These close are wet
2.) Eto wẹ gbọfọ - Your hair is wet
Ason kankankan – Midnight  Ẹghẹ orrọ – Harvest time
Hie - blow
Ai ghi do hie erren, ighogho ọvọe - Smoke will alway expose the fire

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