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Saturday, 15 April 2017

Edo Female Names And Meaning

0Female NamesMeaning
1AbiesAbies is not a complete name but a short version, an abbreviation of how some people pronounce their names. e.g Abieyuwa, Abiemwense etc.
2AbiẹmwenseAbiemwense means my birth process was ok , was born good or I am a well born/brought up child.
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4AbiẹyuwaBorn in riches or one born with golden spoon or a child born into wealth.
5Adesusu"Adesusu" is not really a name, the meaning is a grown up boy turning to a man, the opposite is ovbialeke.
6Adesuwa"adesuwa" means in the minst of wealth,not onley money it could be peace or something good happened at the time of the birth
7AduwaDestined place of weath or richesse in life
8Aghabiọmon"Aghabiomon omo vbe biomwan" when you give birth to a child and the child will also give birth to others orwhen you give birth to a child, the child have to give birth to you in return that is returning your parenta care when they are old
9Aibuẹdọmwanliterarily means you can't predict ones day i.e. Either of destiny, fame, death etc
10AimierrọvbiyeNo body can be compared to your blood sister from the same mother or some would rather say there is nothing like your mother, meaning your mother is unique and precious/td>
11Aizẹhi"aizehionmwan vba ye" - meanning you don't choose your destiny on earth but from above
12Aizehineomo.You dont choose destiny for a child.
13AmazẹmenMeaning no one chosen for me but myself
14AmenAmen is abreviated from amenaghawon. There are some beautiful Edo names of which the abbreviation "Amen" was or has been derived. Note...(Amen) in this case should not be seen as a response to prayers in English, it simply means Water.
15Amenaghawon / Amenaghawon“Amen na gha won ighi le se omwan rhae” or “.Amen ne agha won ele se omwan rae”- the water destine for you to drink will not leave you or will surely come to be. Amenaghawon also refers to destiny. What is destined to be yours will never pass you by
16Amenzẹ / AmezeAmenze is abbreviated from “Amen eze ighi sie ofor” or “Amen eze eghi si ofo”.- Water from the stream will not cause you to sweat. A cool and calm manner can douse a red hot situation. the sea water can not make you sweat.
17AmenghasihienAmeghasihien.......Amen gha se ihien. This means what goes around comes around. What affects the eyes can affect the nose, the same as what affects the friend or enemy can come around so thou shall not revel in others misfortune.
18Amowie“Amen owie ne gbe orumwokpa.” This is specific about the storm of life; it doesn't select or chose who it touches.
19AtinienAtinien is more or less a tag name sometimes use to call a child when small or have a small stature.
20ẸbọzẹEboze meaning the gods or deity saved me
21Ẹbuwa / EbiuwaEbuwa means a group or compounded gift of wealth
22ẸdamwenEdamwen is abbreviated from Erokpaedamwen.
23Erokpaedamwen.“Erokpaedamwen” - means I am not pained or offended
24Ẹde
25Ẹdẹki
26Ediagbonya
27Ẹdorose
28Ẹdowaye
29Ẹdugie
30Ẹdunekhui
31Eduzọla
32ẸghẹEghe is taken from Eghenayariore.
33Eghenayariore.“Eghenayariore” in full is “Eghe na ya rhiore ero owie” - meaning the time of your awakening in life is your bright morning
34Egbebaloakhamen“Egbe ighi balo akhe amen”. The water pot is always cool and not often boiling. An elder or leader must be cool tempered.
25Ẹhigiode
36Ẹhikhamen
37Ẹhimwenma
38Ẹhiọzogie
39ẸkiEki is abbreviated from ekinadoese or ekiuwa . Eki means market/business/company/investment
40Ẹkinadose“Ekinadoese ” in derived from “Eki na dose, ah rrie ihe ere” - its a well manage business you gain.
41ẸkiuwaWealthy market
42Ẹkoigiawe
43Ekuase
44Emotan
45Eniye
46Enoghaýin
47EnosadebaOne God is with or God support
48Ẹronmwon
49Ẹseosa
50Ẹsọhẹ
51Ẹsọhẹ
52Ẹtinosa
53Ẹwemade
54Ibizugbe
55Idia
56Idiaghe
57Idiakosa
58Ifuẹko
59Igbinomwanhia
60Imade
61Imatitikua
62Imose
63Imuentinýan
64Imuwahen
65Iroghama
66Itohan
67Ivie
68Iyobọ
69Iyobosa
70Iyore
71Izẹhiuwa
72Izẹvbokun
73Iziegbe / Izinegbe
74Izokun
75Nọghaýin
76Nọmamien / Nomamieidobo
77Ọdion
78Oduwa"Osa gioduwa ma mwen". meanning, God lead me to my place of success. Oduwa simply mean road of successful life.
79Oduware Oduware is abbreviated from Oduwaregbe
80Oduwaregbe
81Ọfure
82Oghọghọ
83Oloi
84Ọmodamwen
85Ọmodiamen
86Ọmorovbiye
87Ọmosẹde
88Ọmosigho
89Ọmoyẹmwen
90Ọmozẹ
91Ọmuwa
92Osakioduwa
93Osarenọmase
94Osarugue
95Osasogie
96Osasumwen
97Osatohanmwen
98Osayanmon
99Osayamen
100Osayemwenre.
101Osẹdo
102Ọsemwonýenmwen
103Ọsọrọýenmwen
104Ovbiye
105Ovbokhan
106Owaeghianye
107Ọyemwen
108Udinmwen
109Uhunwa
110Uki
111UvbiUvbi is actually a title and not a name. It is used to define a youthful female of age either when you their name is unknown, when addressing them as a young adult and mostly a female Princess as their actual name was was not used in the early
112Uwaifiokun
113Uwaila
114Uwailekhue
115Uwazogie
116Uyinmwen

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Edo Family Tree - Erran Egbe vbe Edo

Rrie iwanienmwen ye avbe inọta na :
 
(owo) Vbe Ọmonruyi khin ne Iziegbe?.......................................................................................
(eva) Vbe Errauyi khin ne Ọmonruyi?.........................................
(eha ) Inu emon Iziegbe biẹ kevbe vbe ah tie ihian?........................................................................
(enen) Vbe Adesuwa vbe Ẹhigiator khin ne imuentinýan?...............................................................
(isen ) Inu Eyẹ Errauyi mwen kevbe vbe ah tie ihian?.....................................................................
(ehan) Vbe Ẹhigiator khin ne Ọbasohan?......................................................................................
 (ihinron) Vbe Uwaila, Uýinmwen, Ivie kevbe imuentinýan khin ne Ediagbonya?................................
(erenren) Vbe Ẹkogiawe khin ne Ẹdokpọlor?.................................................................................
(ihinrin) Vbe Iziegbe khin ne Ogieva?...........................................................................................
(igbe) Vbe Ọmonruyi khin ne Uvbi, Ẹhigie kevbe Ẹfe?....................................................................
(owọrọ) Arra avbe emwinbíemon Ọmonruyi?..................................................................................
(iweva) Vbe ah tie emwinbíemon (Erra vb'iye) Uvbi kevbe vb'ihian khin ne Ọmonruyi?.........................
(iweha) Vbe ah tie ivbie Uwaila kevbe Ọbasohan kevbe de emwin n'ihian khin n'egbe?.......................
(iwenen) Vbe ah tie Iye n'ọkhua ọghe Ivie?....................................................................................
(ekesugie) Vbe ah tie Ọdafen Ẹkogiawe kevbe, vbe ọh khin ne Ediagbonya?....................................

 TRANSLATION:

(1) What is Ọmonruyi to Iziegbe?.........................................................................
(2) Who is Errauyi to Ọmonruyi?..........................................................................................
(3) How many children have Iziegbe and what are they called?.......................................
(4) What is Adesuwa and Ẹhigiator to imuentiýan?..........................................................
(5) How many grand children have Errauyi and what are they called?............................
(6) What is Ẹhigiator to Ọbasohan?.......................................................................................
(7) What are Uwaila, Uýinmwen, Ivie and imuentinýan to Ediagbonya?............................................
(8) What is Ẹkogiawe to Ẹdokpọlor?............................................................................................
(9) What is Iziegbe to Ogieva?.....................................................................................................
(10) What is Ọmonruyi to Uvbi, Ẹhigie and Ẹfe?............................................................................
(11) Who are Ọmonruyi's parents?...............................................................................................
(12) What are the names of Uvbi's parents and who are they to Ọmonruyi?......................................
(13) What is the names of Uwaila and Ọbasohan's children and what are they to each other?...........
(14) What is the name of Ivie's grandmother?................................................................................
(15) What is the name of Ẹkogiawe's husband and what is he to Ediagbonya?.................................
 

Thursday, 6 April 2017

Punctuation Mark - Iyama emwinagben

AMA

iyama emwinagben
punctuation mark. vbe ifiemwen
abidi nọkhua A capital letters odomwen nuwa urhuese
thank you my darling
abidi nekhere a small letters ta manren w'ih rrie owa
tell him, i'm going home
igbentin . full stop emwen rhue yemwen
i like you.
ama iyakhuen , comma vbe n'emwanta, we orhuere ra?
sincerely, did you do it?
ama sikuen ; semi colom uko; a mien ukamen vbe ekiosa
cup; there are water cups at ekiosa market
ama ekọlon : colon ugbo: ugbo eminko ye
farm: there you finds plants
ama inọta ? question mark vbua khare?
what did you say?.
ama esohie ! exclamation mark kpa vbe evbani rre !
leave there!
ama emwen nọmwan tae “” quotation mark igho ingilisi tiere “money”
igho” is what is called money in english
ama ukhun / ´ apostrophe oh de gber'owe .
it fell on his leg
ama ekpotọ _ hyphen uwagboe_ogieva@otedo.com
ama ekpo - dash ose iyenagbon - eha
three girl friends.
ama ako ( ) bracket ikpen iyisen ( 200)
two hndred nairra
ama nọkpọlọse > greater than igbe > ehan
10 is greater than 6
ama nọkherese < less than isen < ihinrin
5 is lesser than 9
ama uvien | seperation sign owa|eva|eha
one|two|three
ama uvien nogore / slash 20/10/13
ama uvien nogore \ backslash Owa \ house
hati @ at otedotv@otedo.com
debae & Amper and Uyi & Ada rre -
Uyi and Ada came
ama ọghe asiteriki * asterisk .*123456*
ama ihen enọýanren © copyright symbol Ebe edo © Erhahon Ogieva
ama ehasi # hash 1245#
ukamwen
counting Ukamwen elaba Edo
Edo number counting
Emwonta
speech Abo emwonta
parts of speech
ipapa ebe
page Ipapa ebe n'ogieha
page three
ewanienmwen
answer Rrie ewanienmwen yo
answer it / put your answers
ikun ifiemwen
types of sentence De avbe ikun ifiemwen un kha?
What type of sentence you talking about?.
ikuenmwen
comprehension Ikuenmwen ni bungbe
that comprehension was too much
ikpemwen
word Ikpemwen n'ogben
the word he/she wrote
ifiemwen
clause / sentence ogbomwan rre
live your life
itemwen
statement Adesuwa otamwen
Adesuwa told me
inọta
question Rrie ewanienmwen ye inota na
answer these questions
esohie
exclamation Iye ! Owu ooo
Mother! ..he/she is dead.oooo!
evbawaru
command Viogie
go give it to him/she
eno
wish Ih ye eno noma ya wue
I wish you good luck

Some Professions and Spoken Languages

Eni – Name Evboere Ovbie Evbo
Edoghogho Naigirria Ovbi'Edo
Maria Sipeni Ovbie Sipeni
Kati Giamany Ovbie Giamany
Tebia Ganan Ovbie Ganan
Maris Italy Ovbi'Italy
Mandela Satafrica Ovbie Satafrika
Efosa Fransi Ovbie Fransi
Mamadu Seniga Ovbie Seniga
Diego Potoki Ovbie Potoki
Maradona Agientina Ovbi'Agientina
Giuli (Julie) Polandi Ovbie Polandi
Igor Rusia Ovbie Rusia
Devidi (David) Ostrelia (Australia) Ovbi'Ostrelia
Gioni (John) Kanada Ovbie Kanada
Dii (dee) Kiaena Ovbie Kiaena
Emeka Naigirria Ovbie Naigirria
Hasan Morroko Ovbie Morroko
Language - Evbonoze Iwina - Profession
Edo Edo Tisa Teacher
e-Sipeni Spanish Ogbugbo Farmer
e-Giamany German Edokito / Edokita Doctor
Asanti Ghanian Mankaniki Mechanic
Italo Italian Enonsi Nurse
Suahili South African Ohue Hunter
e-Fransi French Odueki Trader/marketer/ Businessman or business woman
Wolofi Senegalese Okpemaba Musician
e-Potoki Portuguese Ovbirhuemwin Student
e-Sipeni Argentina Ofimoto Driver
e-Polisi Polish Oguokor Ship Captain
e-Ruso Russian Olevbare Cook
Ingilisi Australian Ogbebe Writer/ Author
Ingilisi/e-frensi Canadian Okporu Spokesman / presenter / Pastor
e-kiaena Chinese
Oguiezor /
Omugui
Lawyer
Igbo Nigerian Obo Traditional Doctor
Arabu Morrocan
Ovbirhuemwin
Olakpa
Ogbalegbe
Isukpo
Okarioba
Osukpon
Student
Police
MobilePolice
Road Constructors
Governor
Tailor

Note:

Most Edo nouns do take “e” which also fuction as an article. Names of languages do have  "e-" added to it at the begining of the word or nouns without vowel sound as in the case of “Sipeni”(Spain) above. The “e” letter in “Ovbie” is silence if the next word begins with a vowel, e.g. as in the case of Tebia, the ghanian. Again, “Ovbie Italy” is better written as “Ovbi'Italy”.




Mathematics In Edo