Yanga. Definition: to pose, show off.
How do you curse in Nigeria?
But in Nigerian pidgin, it’s simple — just one word of exclamation: wahala! With the accent in the middle, it sounds like a forceful slap, sigh and curse all appropriately bundled into one.
What does Oya Na mean in Nigeria?
It functions as a call to action and depending on context, can mean ‘come on’ or ‘hurry up’, similar to “vamos“ in Spanish or “schnell” in German. It can also be used to cajole; “oya na” can mean something along the lines of “please reconsider”. This is an expression of surprise.
What does Jor mean in Nigerian?
Naijalingo: jor. Jor. Definition: Please. usually used in a rude way.
What does Chai mean in Nigerian?
Chai! Definition: Usually exclamation, used to express grief, surprise, disappointment and anger, e.t.c see also choi.
What does Ifemi mean?
IFEMI is a Yoruba name which means my beloved while Onimisi is an Ebira name which also means my beloved.
What does No Wahala mean?
Wahala means ‘Trouble’, and its meaning can change depending on context. When someone says ‘No wahala, they could mean ‘Yes’ or ‘No problem’.
How do u say hello in Nigerian?
Sannu! A traditional Nigerian greeting used by the Idoma in Benue State area, Abole translates roughly as “How are you?” or simply “Hello”. Literally translated as “how are you?”, Mavo is the way the Urhobo’s say “hello”. It can be used in formal situations, or in cases where you are more relaxed with acquaintances.
What does OPOR mean in Yoruba?
O por or Opor in Yoruba mean say enjoyment full everywia or say something happun wey dey very big.
What does Abi mean in Yoruba?
Abiku is a Yoruba word that can be translated as “predestined to death”. It is from (abi) “that which was born” and (iku) “death”.
What does Gobe mean in Nigeria?
Definition: Trouble. Example: I don enter gobe. Synonyms: yawa, kasala, pepper soup.
What does Aproko mean?
Aproko. Definition: someone who pokes his/her nose into other people’s affairs. Example: aproko, mind your business.
What’s the meaning of Soro Soke?
Soro Soke, a Yoruba expression, which simply means “speak louder”, came along. It came with deeper meanings peculiar to a generation that had been accused of being docile and indifferent to socio-political happenings around them.