In Ebiraland, greeting is more than just welcoming someone, it’s the Ebira People’s way of life, a way to express affections between two people, family members and strangers.
One of the significance factors that makes Ebira People’s greetings unique is that it comes with typical respect, what really aid the respect more, I can say we inherited from Yoruba people.
You can never see a well cultured Ebira boy greeting an elderly person while standing, he must portrait as a sign of respect to the elders, the same thing applicable to Ebira Women, a well cultured Ebira Women must greet their Husband parents or elders while kneeling down.
So in this Article I will be revealing to you some basic Ebira Greetings and their meaning in English Language.
Ebira Greetings and Meaning (Greetings in Ebira Language)
Below you will see some Ebira greetings and their respective meaning in English Language.
|Ebira Language||English Language|
|Kaneri||Reply to Good Morning|
|Nyari Oodu||Good Afternoon|
|Nyari Oruva||Good Evening|
|Etemeya?||How is Everything?|
|Wadahi||How are you?|
|Azawu yo?||How are your people?|
|Taaru||Greetings for King|
|Otaaru||Greetings for King in Ebira Koton|
|Nyehi||Reply for welcome|
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