- What does Omo mean in Nigerian?
- How do u say hello in Nigerian?
- What’s Wahala mean?
- How do you say goodbye in Nigeria?
- What does Na you sabi mean?
- What does Ginger mean in Nigeria?
- What does Kilode mean in Nigerian?
- What does Naija mean in Nigerian?
- What is the nickname of Nigeria?
- What does shakara mean in Nigeria?
- What are Nigerian values?
What does Omo mean in Nigerian?
A man or a buddyOmo.
Definition: A man or a buddy..
How do u say hello in Nigerian?
A traditional Nigerian greeting used by the Idoma in Benue State area, Abole translates roughly as “How are you?” or simply “Hello”.Mavo. Literally translated as “how are you?”, Mavo is the way the Urhobo’s say “hello”. … How far? Usually pronounced “har fa”. … Hey. … I hail.
What’s Wahala mean?
Wahala. 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 you say goodbye in Nigeria?
NigeriaHausa: Sai watarana.Igbo: Ka omesia.Yoruba: Oh dah-boh.English: Goodbye.
What does Na you sabi mean?
I don’t care what you thinkNa you sabi. Definition: 1. A subtle way of saying ‘I don’t care what you think’
What does Ginger mean in Nigeria?
Naijalingo: ginger. Ginger. Definition: To be pumped, psyched, motivated or excited.
What does Kilode mean in Nigerian?
English Translation. why. More meanings for kilode. why adverb.
What does Naija mean in Nigerian?
The New NigeriaNaija simply means “The New Nigeria” – one the average Naija youth is proud to be associated with. The name gives me a sense of belonging. I love Naija. Buchy, Nigeria. When I was young, the word was in common use by adults as an exclamation word.
What is the nickname of Nigeria?
Naija – The unofficial nickname for Nigeria. Omo Naija (Son of Nigeria), Naija Boy (Nigerian Kid), etc means are derived from this term.
What does shakara mean in Nigeria?
Replying to @Nede7. @Nede7 Shakara is a Nigerian slang word meaning when some1 is going on like they’re too good/too nice for someone. They think they’re all dt.
What are Nigerian values?
NEEDS (2004) described Nigeria as a multi-ethnic society, with a value system that is derived from the diversity of its people, religion and culture. These core values NEEDS identified include respect for elders, honesty and accountability, co-operation, industry, discipline, self-confidence and moral courage.