The Concept of "Avọ Ẹri" in Ebira Language
There is an Ebira Proverb in Ebira Language that Says “Avọ Ẹri Esi’hu Ẹvancha Ni“, this simply means that giving thanks for yesterday’s favor, will open way for more favors in future, in the next paragraph i will tell you the simple meaning of this Ebira Idiom. So let’s break this Ebira Proverb Down.
Avọ Ẹri Esi’hu Ẹvancha NiEbira Proverb
|Ebira Language||English Language|
|Esi||What they use|
|Evancha||Plethoric (Too Much)|
In the olden days when drinking is part of our culture (Eche Omo and Eche Ayi), people often go back to where they got free drinks yesterday, to say thank you for the favor so that they can drink again and in excess – that is why they say Avo Eri Esi hu Evancha ni.
You see! Ebira People (Anebira) are very unique and Ohomorihi (God) has blessed the race with lots of attributes, on of the attributes appreciation for past favors or help received from others (Avọ Ẹri).
Are we still appreciative to others as Anebiras?
Genuine expressive appreciative gestures from you to other people times over, speak volume of the kind of person you are and whether it is worth it to help you or to help you again!
Another Ebira Saying:
Ozi-Oweyi Oku Avo Eri Ver’osa DoniWhen a child say thank you for past favor! he will surely get another . Ebiraland.com.
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