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Yoruba Words and Opposite

Discussion in 'MOVIES IN AFRICAN LANGUAGES' started by Hubscrown, Jul 14, 2005.

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  1. Hubscrown

    Hubscrown Well-Known Member

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    I made correction on post 75 :rolleyes:

    I actually woke up the following day to remember that.

    Next...

    Daradara. (Good)
     
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    Buruku (bad or evil)

    Owuro (morning)
     
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    Buruku

    Alaanu?
     
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    Alale
     
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    aro(morning)
    cant think any word that has opposite
     
  6. Wilfred Ntaila

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    oun(she or he)
    re(her or his)
    won,awon(they
    obinrin(female)
    okunrin(male)
    oko(husband)
    aya(wife)
    eniyan(people or human beings)

    okare,baba mi or baba mi o seun (well done my father or my father thank you)
    o seun oko mi or oko me oseun (thank you my husband or my husband well done)

    Let us stop here!
     
  7. Hubscrown

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    Can you guys read topic and before just typing. Its words and Opposite not words and translations. I could see why people dont pass, its hard to read instructions to detail.

    I'm getting pissed
     
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    Well, all u need to know is that the majority who browse this thread are not Nigerians, therefore it is mindless just to start putting or doing opposite words to a language not known by many.If u r really serious with ur topic
    start by introducing simple yoruba words ,put their meanings later on u go on with ur word opposite.

    Sorry for this response but be realistic.The world is reading this thread not just people who already know the language. I did that deliberately for u to think twice. If u meant something different from my thinking then go on. I will be following u.Remember this is not an exams forum.
     
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    olatoludipe BOSS LADY

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    LMAOOOOOOOOO


    Oko- Obo (don't think dirty)
    Ooko- Ada
     
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    Omokomo(naughty child)
     
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    Omotoda (good child)

    Asa (Culture/tradition)?
     
  12. Hubscrown

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    And who made the call on what thread to start or not? Why do people always trying to be difficult. Do you have anything against me before this? You purposely did what you did? Why dont you just voice your opinion instead of distrupting the thread?

    Be well.
     
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    Hubby ...is someone troubling u............
     
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    :spiny:
     
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    Hubs don't get upset o..... :) It's only a question now.........
     
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    Please tell Hubby......I don't want him upset please........
     
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    :roll
     
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    I'm well. can you imagine him saying a language not known by many? We talking of Yoruba here :spin2:

    Anyway, I let it go.
     
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    Did u look carefully at the way u misquoted me in ur previous response?
    Sorry I have no business to do with ur thread. Like u said in brackets above, I don't have grudges with self acclaimed intellectuals or intelligensias. Why did u put an angry smile on ur quote? And by the way did u start ur thread to show the world that u r more YORUBA, good fault finder on dis net. Am totally disappointed with u!
     
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    I can't believe people taking a simple thread and turning it into something else. instruction is very simple. The word someone wrote above you, give the opposite. then you give a word and the person behind you will give the opposite. so on and so forth. this is very easy ke? let me give a word jare since i lost the last one.

    ore (friend)
     
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