What does ABEG mean in Nigerian?

Abeg. This simply means ‘Please. ‘ You could say, ‘Abeg come chop food’ which is an invitation to a meal.

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 greet someone in Nigeria?

The most common greeting is a handshake with a warm, welcoming smile. Men may place their left hand on the other person’s shoulder while shaking hands. Smiling and showing sincere pleasure at meeting the person is important.

How do you say my love in Nigeria?

The literal translation is ‘ifunanya m’, but other similar (and more frequent) forms include ‘obi m’ (my heart) and ‘onye nke m’ (my person).

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 Na you sabi mean?

Na you sabi. Definition: 1. A subtle way of saying ‘I don’t care what you think’

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What an Igbo man wants in a woman?

Igbo men love women that have oyel in their head. They love a wife that can help the children with their assignments. Completing your good looks with an intelligent head makes you a treasure in his eyes. Women that knows how to pamper their husbands.

What is the Yoruba name for my love?

Ololufe. Olulufe means ‘My lover’.

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