“Ma Lo” means “don’t go” in Yoruba, it was a record that we did while Wizkid was in Nigeria.
How do you say love in Nigerian?
“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 MA mean in Nigerian?
Oga/Ma – sir/madam; Oga is Yoruba for chief or big boss. Oftentimes Madam is shortened to “Ma” and I’m still not used to having Nigerians older than me saying, “yes, Ma,”
What does MA mean in Yoruba?
English to Yoruba Meaning :: ma
Noun(1) one’s mother.
How do you greet someone in Yoruba?
Ẹ n lẹ (en-le): Hello
The tradition of the Yoruba people places much emphasis on greetings generally – it’s a very significant part of their culture, especially when addressing older people. The women kneel down to greet, while the men lay flat on the ground facing downwards. Ẹ n lẹ means hello in this part 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’
What does Abi mean in Nigeria?
“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.
What does wetin mean?
From English what thing.
Does Ma mean my?
“my”. See more words with the same meaning: alternative spellings or pronunciations (list of).
What does Jare mean in Yoruba?
‘Jare’, pronounced ‘ jah-reh ‘ has its roots in the Yoruba language in Nigeria. It means innocent, justified, blameless.
What is poo in Yoruba?
Yoruba Translation. igbẹ
What is Kpele Yoruba?
Kpele no vex. Synonyms: [“Sorry”] Origin: Nigeria.
Is Yoruba hard to learn?
Yoruba is a Language of over 30 million people. Yoruba language is used in different parts of the world, not only Nigeria as some people think! lol Yoruba is a tonal language, which makes it much more difficult to learn than other languages. … this is what makes it difficult for people to learn.
What does Odaro mean in Yoruba?
Odaro translates to “Forward” in English. It is common with the Edo tribe in Nigeria and primarily used by Males.
How do you reply to greetings in Yoruba?
Greetings – Ìkíni Response – Ìdáhùn
‘ – ‘Báwo ni’; ‘A dúpẹ́’ is the ideal response.