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Edo dictioanry by agheisy

The word ULABA is corrupted from the word ' Number '. I think the best word for it is Emwinaka vb' Edo.

"Mr edoighimioya please i kindly beg you to reach out with Rev father Brodick in St Augustine catholic church ukhegie street off I. c.e road on Benin city they have a good team of Bini intellectual that will help develop on it They trained Bini news caster .The E.B.S newscasters are product of that catholic church "- Morgan

Ọbota ọtẹn nọghaan, I just read the translation u post in "IRUẸMWI ẸDO N'AZẸ", and I say well-done. However, based on the rules guiding d formation of words (ikpẹmwẹ ne a kun) in Ẹdo, all nouns in Ẹdo (names: b it borrowed/adopted/currupted) must begins and ends with a vowel. (Omozuwa 2003). Therefore, nouns that are adopted/borrowed into Edo language undergo the process of either vowel elision, Or vowel insertion, Or consonant deletion/omission, or both. Eg: school = esuku, motor= imọto, machine =emasini,



"HAPPY CELEBRATION TO UKWUANI LANGUAGE CULTURE_CMELS" In celebrating our third year on facebook social media, Ukwuani Language Culture_Cmels is wishing all Ukwuani language friends & lovers a successful cruising towards the end of year 2014. We are still very much committed to uniting our younger generations to our

Learn Edo The Easy Way: Edo - English Dictionary Paperback By Brian Robbo d this interesting language Edo, this book titled: "Learn Edo the Easy Way" / "Edo - English Dictionary", with over 450 pages and more than 35,000 words contains almost every aspect of Edo day to day's spoken words. So, get it and be glad you did........ 2. To help you and your family learn and understand this interesting language Edo, this over 250 pages and more than 35,000 words book, with almost every aspect of Edo day to day's spoken words will do just that. So, get it and be glad you did

Abu Abdul-razak: Good literature, i started speaking edo language right 4rm child nd i hv never been to benin den wen i speak. I was born nd hail in afemal bt i understand esan bini etsako nd owan. it wil b beta to train people in edo language nd employ them in educational sector to teach the language 4rm primary to tertiary institue. I beliv

Uwagboe Ogieva:  We just have to take it one way. that is take the Benin language and empire (OUR ALL EDO HERITAGE ) teach and encourage our children to learn it. The Original Benin language is not for the Edo south BUT OUR ALL EDO ANCESTRAL LANGUAGE.. Like the ijebu, awore, etc took the Yoruba (OYO) as there general Yoruba language. infact many scholars have argued that the

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"Language is capable of wearing several meanings in its message, mode, and receptacle. Do influences action, behavior, norms, values and other abstract yet perceptible roles of human beings in a society. Language brings mutual relationship and trust among different ethnic groups, community and trade" -Alex Igbineweka( Guosa-West African Language Evolutionist. "Azekazudo of Benin Kingdom"http://www.dawodu.net/guosa1.htm

The Meaning of the word Amwen Omo The value of the word Omo ,as in Omo N' Oba and Amwen Omo when a relitive,s wife is addressed is more than the meaning of a child. In my humble understanding Omo has come to carry a higher meaning than just a child from the time of Oba Ewuare N' Gidigan ( Ewuare the great ) As a mark of royal-like respect for all Benin married women they were to be addressed as Amwen Omo. From the time of Oba Ewuare the word OMO had started gaining the status of a single- personality - head that encompasses the entire Benin chiefs and subjects within the Benin kingdom. The word Omo began to enjoy a euphemism for the Oba as the subjects could not ulter the names or title name of the Oba for reasons of respect. Amwen omo therefore, in theory, was the wife of every man and woman in her husband's family which was ultimately headed by the Oba. I hope no one will mis-interpret this again. Practically there was a red line between this wife and all , except the real husband Emokpae Odigie

Ulaba vbe Edo 1  TO 100,000
By Uwagboe Ogieva 
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Highlights

Translation of Some Edo Words [Relationship]

Some Edo Words Ẹmwen Words Agbawu / naighisẹtinghae Inseparable Oghọghọ/ Ọýenmwen Happiness Ogiẹ Laughter Yẹẹ / Ọmwan n'emwin yẹẹ Cherish Agiengien egbe / Ọmwan agiengiengbe Passion Ọmwan ẹmwen / Ọmwenmwen Troublesome person Igborion / Ọmwan igborion Affection Ọmwan ẹmwanta / Ọmwenmwanta Honesty Imuegberiotọ / Ọmwan imuegberiotọ/ Enofu / Omwan n'ofu Humble Ọmwan izọhẹ / Ọmwizọhẹ Kindness Uýinmwen Character Munusunu Kiss Arhowa (mwen) /Ọdor (mwen)/Ọdafen(mwen) Husband Ọdọ mwen n'uwa My lovely husband Erra n'agbon / Erranagbon Lover / fiancy(Male) / boy friend Ọdafen Wealthy / rich / handsome Oronmwen Marriage Izọmon Child Naming Ceremony Ovbialeke Young girl Adesusu Young man/ handsome young man Love Arhuẹmwonmwan Fun Iku vbe og

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

Numerals in Edo and English

Numerals in Edo and English Click on the buttons inside the tabbed menu: 1 - 100 100unit - 1 trillion units 10units - 1trillion Emwanmwan ulaba vbe Edo - English (n'ogben Uwagboe Ogieva) 1 owo / ọkpa one 2 eva two 3 eha three 4 enen four 5 isen five 6 ehan six 7 ihinron seven 8 erenren eight 9 ihinrin nine 10 igbe ten 11 owọrọ eleven 12 iweva twelve 13 iweha thirteen 14 iwenen fourteen 15 ekesugie fifteen 16 enen ẹi rrọ vbe ugie sixteen 17 eha ẹi rrọ vbe ugie seventeen 18 eva ẹi rrọ vbe ugie eighteen 19 ọkpa ẹi rrọ vbe ugie nineteen 20 ugie twenty 21 ọkpa yaen ugie twenty one 22 eva yaen ugie twenty two 23 eha yaen ugie twenty three 24 enen yaen ugie twenty four 25 isen yaen ugie twenty five 26 enen ẹi rrọ vbe ọgban twenty six 27 eha ẹi rrọ vbe ọgban twenty seven 28 eva ẹi rrọ vbe ọgban twenty eight 29 ọkpa ẹi rrọ vbe ọgban twenty nine 30 ọgban thirty 31 ọkpa yaen ọgban thirty one 32

100 units in Edo - English

100 units in  Edo and English 100 Iyisen Hundred 200 Iyigbe (Uri) Two hundred 300 Iyekesugie (Iyisen eha ) Three hundred 400 Iyugie (Iyisen enen) Four hundred 500 Iyisenýanrugie (Iyisen isen) Five hundred 600 Iyọgban (Iyisen ehan) Six hundred 700 Iyisenýanrọgban(Iyisen ihinron).. Seven hundred 800 Iyiyeva (Iyisen erenren) Eight hundred 900 Iyisenýanriyiyeva (Iyisen ihinrin) Nine hundred 1000 Arriaisen (iyekigbesiyeha) One thousand 2000 Arriaisen eva Two thousand 3000 Arriaisen eha Three thousand 4000 Arriaisen enen Four thousand 5000 Arriaisen isen Five thousand 6000 Arriaisen ehan Six thousand 7000 Arriaisen ihinron Seven thousand 8000 Arriaisen erenren Eight thousand 9000 Arriaisen ihinrin Nine thousand 10000 Arria

SOME NAMES OF CONSUMABLE FRUITS, SEEDS, TUBERS, PLANTS, ROOTS AND VEGETABLES IN EDONAZE

Ulaba Edo English . 1 alimo orange . 2 alimo asidi grape . 3 alimo negiẹrẹ lime 4 akarha coco yam . 5 akarha iyokho purple coco yam . 6 ako pepper fruit . 7 alubarra onion . 8 amugen / omugen Velvet tamarin 9 ebahanmwonkhor . 10 ebanana banana 11 ẹbẹlẹbor 12 ebiẹba . 13 ebihiri saint leaf . 14 ebohiwo bitter leaf . 15 ebọdondon water leaf . 16 ebọghẹdẹ plantain leaf . 17 ebumwenkhen pumkin leaf . 18 ẹdin palm fruits . 19 edin-ebo pineapple . 20 ẹdun bitter cola . 21 ẹhien peper . 22 ekasiu cashew . 23 ekhue garden egg . 24 ekpiro . 25 ekoko cocoa . 26 erere beans . 27 etengari tangerine . 28 etomatosi tomatoes . 29 ihenvben . 30 ihiekhe . 31 ikhiavbor okro . 32 ikhimiankhie . 33 ikpakpalor kidney beans . 34 ikpẹdin palm nut / kannel . 35 ikposa / ukposa . 36 ikpovbukhor red fat peper