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Sunday, 26 March 2017

Class and Types of Animals - Arhanmwan vbe Edo

Arhanmwen Owa (Domestic) Arhanmwen Oha (Wild ) Arhanmwen Oto (Reptiles, insects & Crickets)
Abon = civic cat Akharo = baboon Aguor = tailor ant
Adiye = Hen Akuragha = bush dog Akikor = medium size snail
Agbo / Oghoo = ram Akuagha = sloth Akpakpa = spider
Ẹwe = goat Alazi = gorilla Akpakpawangan = Scorpion
Ehenmwen = cockroach Ariukpa = moth Atetere = grasshopper
Ekita = dog Azana = male pig Asaka N' Ugbogiorhimwin = Lethal black Army Ant
Ekpekpeye = duck Ẹde = seal or Buffalo Asaka- Black Army Ant
Elẹdẹ / Esiebo = pig (ordinary pig) Egui = tortise Asẹlẹ = cricket
Elikhukhu = pigeon Ẹhue = rhinoceros Ayuhegbe = sand bug
Emen = monkey Ekhui = armadillo (Scaly ant eater ) Egbu = woodpecker
Emila = cow Emosima = type of tortoise Egilẹ = giant land snail
Ẹsin = horse Eni = elephant Ẹhihi = ant
Kẹtẹkẹtẹ = donkey Ẹrhuẹ = wild deer Ẹhuinhuan = Thick
Odegbe = She goat Esi / Esioha = bush pig / wild pig Okhorẹ = worm
Ọkhọkhọ = fowl Iwuaso = ravel Ekpowa = wall gecko
Ọkporu = cock/ cockerel Ogbo = bush Cat Erokhi = chameleon
Ologbo / ovbieden = cat Oguonzihan (Ẹrhuẹ) = male deer Ihionron = small size snail
Oronmwen = guinea fowl Okolobieyen = praying martin Imuen = mosquito
Ovbiakota = small dog / pet Oguonzihan = Iruahusa = beg bug
Ovbukhor = he goat Ọsa = sometimes refers to as Chimpazin (or Gorilla but the dominant male group is referred to as the “Alazi”) Irhuhun (often referred to as Okologbo) = Millipede
Ohuan = sheep Obaikpo = red neck lizard (Agama lizard) Ohuan = sheep
Tolotolo = turkeys Oghogho = beetle Ọkhuẹ = parrot
Ohubu/Obubu = carterpilar Ọkpotọ = toad Ozikpalor / Osikpalor = lizard
Udian = tsetse fly Ikian = fly
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Arhanmwen Eze (Aquatic) Arhanmwen Ehoho (Wind) Avbe Eyen (Snake family)
Agbaka = crocodile Ahianmwen = bird Ẹyen = snake
Bazabaza = stock fish Ahuara = hawk Aka = rattle snake
Ẹkiyẹẹ = frog Ahianmwosa = sparrow Akinikpin / Asionhun = Adder
Enitan = Shrimp Alemenze{nogigan} or Ahianmwose = peacock Arhumwontor = puff ader
Evbinramen = bacteria Ẹguen = bat Asienhun = python
Ikolo = earthworm Ekpakara = type of beetle found in raffia Ikpin = python / Boa Constrictor
Izenọfua = crayfish Ekpelekpele = mosquito larvae Ivbiekpo = Viper
Oriri = electric fish Elekeleke{enibokun} = cattle egret Obi = cobra
Ozi = crab Emunemune = glow worm / fire-fly Ovbivbiẹ = black mamba
Eniamen = hippopotamus Erhumwunriaria / ELabalaba = butterfly

Ẹwuwu / Eghughu = aligator Eriaria = sand fly Avbe Ofen, Ọfiotọ kevbe Otan (Rat , rabbit & Squirrel family)
Ẹhuvbọ = turtle Esikpogho = Nightingale
Eboga = Tilapia Esughusughu = owl Ọtan = squirrel


Idu = dove Ekuọmo ( Ebete) = brown rat


Izagua = duckfowl Orere = hare
Arhanmwoha irriemiowo (Carnivoros) Obalamen = dragon fly Ọfiotọ = rabbit
Akpakomiza = hyena Oghohen / Oghohon = eagle Ọkhaen = porcupine


Ugu = vulture Ukpọbian and Ukhoro = Squirrel family made up of several medium size rodents called SCIURIDAE
Atalakpa = tiger Ukorobozo = wild fowl
Ẹkpen / Ubidun = leopard Ẹghodin = kite
Obidon = cheetah Etitibiti = Bee Hummingbird Avamu = flying squirrel (family of bat too)
Oduma = lion Errumohi = cockoo Evuato = grasscutter
Edi, Era, Ekitaoha or Umuokhokho (also called Umuadiye) = bush dog / fox Ugomugo / Erhingohin = ostrich Ofen = rat
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