- What does Na you sabi mean?
- What does mumu mean in Nigerian?
- Is it rude to say thank you in India?
- What is Wahala?
- What does Olosho mean in Yoruba?
- What does wetin mean?
- What is I love you in Nigerian language?
- What does Jare mean in Nigerian?
- What does Abi mean in Nigerian?
- How do you reply to Dey?
- How do you say thank you in Nigerian pidgin?
- What does Omo mean in Nigerian?
- What does Kilode mean in Nigerian?
What does Na you sabi mean?
I don’t care what you thinkNaijalingo: na you sabi.
Na you sabi.
A subtle way of saying ‘I don’t care what you think’.
What does mumu mean in Nigerian?
idiotIt is interesting that this is the same word used in Nigerian Pidgin English to mean “an idiot”. It’s origins need to be investigated. NoWisdom Sep 13, 2016. Mumu could also possibly be derive from the French… Or could just be a play on of mor-mor-moron ..meaning an idiot.
Is it rude to say thank you in India?
In India, saying “thank you” is not taken lightly and if said in the wrong context, can be insulting and insincere. According to Singh, when someone is thanked in India, it implies a sincere debt of gratitude for going above and beyond the call of duty.
What is Wahala?
Wahala pronounced (wa-ha-la) is the meaning of (Trouble) or (problem) used by the Yoruba tribe and commonly used throughout Nigeria. Etymology : A word common in the Yoruba Language of Nigeria.
What does Olosho mean in Yoruba?
(Yoruba) 591 up 462 down. Definition: slang. A lady who engages in the act of having sex in exchange for money or material things.
What does wetin mean?
Wetin dey sele. Definition: This is a question of Yoruba origin and it means how are you or what is going depending on how it is used. PRONOUNCED: way-tin day shell-eh.
What is I love you in Nigerian language?
“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.
What does Jare mean in Nigerian?
innocent, justified, blameless’Jare’, pronounced ‘ jah-reh ‘ has its roots in the Yoruba language in Nigeria. It means innocent, justified, blameless.
What does Abi mean in Nigerian?
“Abi” or “shebi” is a yoruba word that could mean “that’s it”, “yes”, “I agree with u”, “am with u”, “are u with me” etc. Its sha positive.
How do you reply to Dey?
“How you dey?” comes the question, or “How body?” (both meaning “how are you?”) “I dey fine” is the correct response, or, if you’re in a less upbeat mood, “body dey inside cloth”, meaning “I’m coping/making do with the situation,” or literally “I’m still wearing clothes.”
How do you say thank you in Nigerian pidgin?
Back it up with your best scowl. The good thing about pidgin is that it most of it is easy to get your head around. ”You do well” simply means “Thank you”.
What does Omo mean in Nigerian?
Omo is a Yoruba word (Yoruba is one of the three main languages/ethnic groupings in Nigeria) and it means child. However, it could also mean “girl” (a young lady) especially a beautiful one when used as slang.
What does Kilode mean in Nigerian?
English Translation. why. More meanings for kilode. why adverb.