The word “Charlie” is one of the most versatile and commonly used informal words in Ghana and it cuts across all social classes. Transliterally, it means dude, buddy, mate and Friend.
Why are Ghanaians called Charlie?
Chale is the most popular Ghanaian icebreaker. You would greet and address a friend as ‘Chale! ‘ ‘Chale wote’ might remind you of the art festival. Its meaning stems from the flip-flops used in the household or for a daily stroll.
What does Charlie mean in Nigerian?
Naijalingo: charlie. Charlie. Definition: Originates from Ghana, it mean Friend.
What is the meaning of Chale in Ghana?
Chale: Friend (Ga term) Chalewotey: the word for Flip-flops. ‘ Chale’ in Ga means friend or buddy and ‘Wote’ means ‘let’s go.’ So literally the word Chalewotey means ‘my friend let’s go’ and is a perfect description for the ease with which flip-flops are worn. (
What does AJE mean in Ghana?
Iyami Aje is a Yoruba term of respect and endearment used to describe a woman of African ancestry who is considered to be an Aje, a woman who wields myriad arcane creative biological, spiritual, and cosmic powers.
What does Charlie mean?
The name Charlie is of English origin and means “free man”. It is a diminutive of Charles and Charlotte.
What is I Love You in Ghana language?
1. Me dɔ wo – I love you.
Who was Charlie?
Who is Charlie, anyway? Per various corners of the Spanish-speaking Internet: a child who committed suicide, the victim of a fatal car accident, or a pagan Mexican deity who now convenes with the Christian devil.
What is thank you in Ghana?
Useful phrases in Twi
|Please||Mepa wo kyɛw Mepaa kyɛw|
|Thank you||Meda wo ase Medaase Meda wo ase pa ara Meda wo ase pii|
|Reply to thank you|
How do you say brother in Ghanaian?
Twi Translation of “brother”
- onuabarima; nuabarima (male-specific, plural: anuanom mmarima)
- onua; nua (general: sibling, plural: anuanom)
What does bra mean in Ghana?
Ghana Language TWI Translation
|ENGLISH PHRASE||TWI PHRASE|
|37.||Good Job||woaye adee pa ara|
|38.||Really/ Ok||saa/ Yoo|
|39.||Go/ Come||kɔ / Bra|
What does Boga mean in Ghana?
“Burger” or “boga” is actually a term used to describe people from Ghana who have migrated to other countries, mainly Europe and the United States. It was originally used referring to people who migrated to Hamburg in Germany.
What does Vim mean in Ghana?
These are the people, places, and things that give me “VIM” a.k.a energy/life/power just thinking about my next trip home.
What does KRA mean in Twi?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In Akan spirituality, the kra is the soul of a person. It is of divine origin; that is to say, one gets their “Kra” from God (Nyame/Niamien). An Akan conforms to the abusua/(Mogya (blood)) of his mother, and receives the Ntoro from his father.
What does Kupe mean in Twi?
According to him: “‘Kupe’ is a popular saying on the streets of Ghana to ‘warn’ or threaten someone.
What is sorry in Twi?