Digits from zero to nine are specific words, namely adigi , otu , abụọ , atọ , anọ , ise , isii , asaa , asato , and eteghiete .
How do you say numbers in Igbo?
Numbers – ọnụọgụgụ
- one – otu / ofu.
- two – abụọ
- three – atọ
- four – anọ
- five – ise. Source: http://www.ezinaulo.com.
- six – isii /isi.
- seven – asaa / asa.
- eight – asatọ
How do you write 9 in Igbo?
There are two counting systems used in Igbo: a vigesimal or base-20 system, and a decimal or base-10 system. The vigesimal system is currently most popular.
Igbo numbers (Ọnụọgụgụ)
|9||itoolu||nke iteghete / nke itoolu|
|11||iri na otu||nke iri na otu|
How do you count in Nigeria?
Nigerian Fulfulde numbering rules
Digits from one to nine are rendered by specific words up to five, and based on five above: go’o , ɗiɗi , tati , nayi , jowi , joweego  (5+1), joweeɗiɗi  (5+2), joweetati  (5+3), and joweenayi  (5+4).
How do you say amen in Igbo language?
amen translated to Igbo
What is 23 Yoruba?
The Number System of Yoruba
|21||mokanlelogun||1 and 20|
|22||mejilelogun||2 and 20|
|23||metalelogun||3 and 20|
|24||merinlelogun||4 and 20|
What is 50 naira in Yoruba?
From the names given to car brands to churches, the humour cum inventiveness is never in short supply. Nigeria has naira denominations ranging from N10, N20, N50, N100, N200, N500 to N1,000. But the names they call the notes are sometimes confusing and astonishing.