Wasuze otya nno: Good morning.
How do you say good morning in Uganda?
Good Morning: Wasuze otya nno? Good afternoon or Good Evening: Osiibye otya nno?
Sharing your feelings:
- angry: ndi munyiivu.
- cold: mpulira empewo.
- am full: ndi mukkufu.
- happy: ndi musanyufu.
- hot: mpulira ebbugumu.
- hungry: Enjala ennuma.
- sad: ndi munakuwavu.
- scared: ntidde.
How do you say hello in Uganda?
Hi: Ki kati the ki is pronounced Chi.
What does Ssebo mean?
MORNING GREETINGS: Wasuze otya ssebo? ( Wa – su- ze o- tya -pronounced as- tia) This literally means ‘How was your night sir?” and is the equivalent of ‘Good morning sir’
How do you say I miss you in Luganda?
I miss you – Nkusubwa.
Which language is mostly spoken in Uganda?
Luganda is the most widely spoken indigenous language and the most widely spoken second language alongside English. The native speakers of Luganda are the Baganda, who constitute 18% of the population.
What does Bambi mean in Uganda?
Bambi: this has no english equivalent but can be used as ‘oh dear’ Wolokoso: depends on the context it’s being used. It can mean reckless talk or gossip or rumors or uncoordinated ideas.
Is it rude to say hi in Uganda?
They greet you like they know you and it is assumed rude if you pass someone without inquiring how they are especially in the countryside out of the bustling cities and towns. Some of the common greeting in the different languages are; In central Uganda the major greeting in the morning is Wasuze otya nno?
How do they greet each other in Uganda?
3 – Not Knowing how to Greet Ugandan Style:
Both men and women shake hands. When it comes to hands, one cultural difference here is that friendship between men and men and women and women are often expressed by lightly holding hands.
How do you say cheers in Uganda?
Cheers! – sawa! (sah wah! )
Is Luganda hard to learn?
This feature makes Luganda a difficult language for speakers of non-tonal languages to learn. A non-native speaker has to learn the variations of pitch by prolonged listening.
What is your name in Luganda?
Useful phrases in Luganda
|What’s your name?||Erinnya lyo ggwe ani?|
|My name is …||Erinnya lyange nze …|
|Where are you from?||Ova ludda wa?|
|I’m from …||Nva …|
How do you say wife in Luganda?
Translation Services USA – Translate “wife” into Luganda (Ganda)
How do you say love in Luganda?
Try these other romantic phrases and terms of endearment including how to say ‘I miss you’ in Luganda.
Romantic Phrases & Terms of Endearment in Luganda.
|I love you so much||Nkwagala nnyo|
|You are my one and only||Ye ggwe wekka ggwe nnina|