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50 Animals in Ebira Language and Their English Translation


50 Animals in Ebira Language and Their English Translation
Animals in Ebira Language

It’s no longer a new thing that Ebira Online Media have been providing our people (Ane’Ebira) with relevant and useful information’s about Ebira culture, history, music, movie and more.

Just as we have written articles on Counting of Numbers in Ebira Language, 17 Greetings in Ebira Language with meaning and many more, we are also going to provide you some animals in Ebira Language and their English translation.

This article will provide you with 50 list of animals in Ebira Language and their English translation. Please keep following till the end.

50 Animals in Ebira Language and Their English Translation

Animals in Ebira Language English Translation
Akute Rodent
Usu, Inu, Ahina, Andahi Rat
Okere Squirrel
Okavu Gorilla
Evu Goat
Kukurumi Maggot
Arahi Spider
Ahi’hi Cockroach
AdupoAgama-lizard
Ugu’gu Owl
Pom-Pom Lice
Isi Fly
Azi’zewu Wall-gecko
Avuta Lizard
Uku/Oganta Scorpion
Ideba Ram
Ochi’gari’gaChameleon
Agidi’doyinStew-rodent
Ahaka Chim Chim Rat With Long Mouth (Eatable One)
Ivo Termites
Adeji Rabbit
Ide Male Goat
Iji’ja Soldier Ant
Odim’paku Grasshopper
Ihine Ant
Ogodo’obe Giraffe
Manta Horse
Mu’usu Cat
Irezi Dog
Odumi Hiyena
Udu Lion
Uva Monitor lizard
Unoh Cow
Ivovo Fish
Ewu Snake
Kokoro Eagle
Ukokor’ro Cock
U-uhwe Hen
Ateme Sheep
Evu Goat
Edor Antelope
Ize Grass Cutter
Onyio Frog
Iruvu Toad
PepeyeDuck
AnchereMonkey
Ino’miBird
Areku’kuPenguin
Odo’obaElephant
Adu’uhwe Guinea fowl
50 Animals in Ebira Language and Their English Translation

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