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Incredible Yoruba words.

Discussion in 'MOVIES IN AFRICAN LANGUAGES' started by Hubscrown, Dec 7, 2005.

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  1. Hubscrown

    Hubscrown Well-Known Member

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    Anymore?
     
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    -Akiesi
    -Alalubarika
    -Janduku
    -Akalamagbo
    -Gidigbo
    -Apanimayoda
     
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    More like "Ebony beauty"
     
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    What about

    Rogbodiyan
    Jagidijagan
    Amulumala
    Alabahun
    Alumogaji
    S'abere dowo
    Yangan
     
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    What about Akidigbo?
     
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    Isn't that some type of druming.

    I know the proverb that says "Lowe lowe la nlulu Akidigbo".
     
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    Borokini -
    Ajere
    Ologini
     
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    Hubs i need you on the woman thread....:)
     
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    You mean JIM and Women thread? I got your message.
     
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    Ebora is not demonic from Yoruba standpoint, Ebora means a spirit of the wild
     
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    These are really Yoruba "street words", not necessarily something you will find in any yoruba educational script. A second degree corruption of yoruba words.

    Tosibe= Origin Fujistreet word for "sex" - Literary means "ejaculate inside"
    skiboroki = Origin FujiA qualifying word really..more of an adjective for "Orobokibi"-Used liberally to mean "ready to"
    peperempe = Origin Juju Hot (babe)
    Shaje = Origin Fuji Street Wise (Local)
    Alashakasha = Origin Fuji Bad style
    Bebi Alawo = Female with big ***
     
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    Alabahun - Tortoise
    Alumogaji - can't remember this
    S'abere dowo - Tailor
    Yangan - hmmm..no idea
    Agbejoro- Lawyer
     
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    -Akiesi - Notice/being suspicious
    -Alalubarika - Blessing
    -Janduku - Rogue
    -Akalamagbo - Vulture
    -Gidigbo - Village square fight
    -Apanimayoda - Literarily means someone that kills without sword (witches, slander..etc)
     
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    Rogbodiyan - Strife
    Jagidijagan - Troublesome
     
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    Borokini - Honorable person
    Ajere - Announcer/PR
    Ologini - Cat
     
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    It is Agidigbo not akidigbo.
     
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    Yangan - Corn
    Alumogaji - Scissors


    What one with same lettering.

    1. Ere (do do)
    2. Ere (re mi)
    3. Ere (do re)
    4. Ere (re do)
     
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    Men you good. It shows you went to ACA.:fing02:
     
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