Ebira Words and Meaning
I have so much emails popping in my inbox about how people can get hold of Ebira Dictionary, and today I have come up with this article to give you at least In this article I will be going through some words in Ebira Language and will be translating it in English Language.
Before we continue first you have to look at Ebira Alphabets to know how to pronounce most of the Alphabets. i have written an article and uploaded audios on how to pronounce all of the Ebira Alphabets so click here to check it out
Ebira Alphabets in Ebira Language
A, B, CH, D, E, Ẹ, G, I, H, J, K, M, N, NGW, NYH, O, Ọ, P, R, S, Ṣ, T, U, V, W, Y, Z
Ebira Dictionary Words and English Meaning.
This Ebira Words are listed alphabetically and I will be publishing 50 Ebira Words Weekly and we will like you guys to sponsor this Ebira Words (Ebira Dictionary) to be made in Hard Cover.
|Ebira Words||English Meaning|
|A’abani||All of it|
|A’aban’vabẹ||All of it together|
|A’ahẹ||Fun Fair (Play)|
|Abara||1. Family Circle
|Acha||Fowl with scattered feathers|
|Achuchu||200 (Two Hundred)|
|Adangara||Self-appraise slang in Ebiraland|
|Adavi||LGA in Kogi State|
|Adavuruku||Ebira Male Name|
|Adeeku||1. Masquerade patron
2. Ebira Male Name: A Child Born During Masquerade Festival
|Adeika||Ebira Clan “Adeika of Nagazi.|
|Adogu||Ebira Male Name: Especially in Wealthy Family
(Father of Property)
|Adohu||1. Market Male Patron
2. Ebira Male Name for a child born in the Market
|Adohueje||Head of an Extended Family|
|Adomuha||1. Father of a strong man
2. A male with huge body
2. Tropical palm tree specie that have a zinc-like wide round leaf. The leaf are widely used for roofing in Ebiraland in the Olden days.
|Agada||The space between legs|
|Agadagidi||(Eku – Irahu) – Night Masquerade Dramatic Performer|
|Agagana||Shrub family kind of domestic plant used for healing of swollen in body and serves as adhesives|
|Agara||Small species of palm tree family used for making of mats in the olden days|
|Agẹdẹ||Flat carved calabash (Ipa)|
|Agẹva||Town in Ebiraland|
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I am a Yoruba girl I hear little ebira
Is it possible for me to hear all even when am not with ebira people? And how?
Yes it is possible my sister
Wow I’m always proud to be ebira even do I don’t stay in naija
I’m impress. May Allah continue to be your strength. Aameen. Thanks
Thanks for teaching…..I really appreciate. but sir what is the meaning of Oyizoza