- What are the Yoruba famous for?
- Is Aye a Scottish word?
- What is Aye in Yoruba?
- Is Aye an English word?
- What does Olosho mean in Yoruba?
- Why do Kiwis say aye?
- What does Aye mean?
- What does Jare mean in Yoruba?
- Is Aye Scottish or Irish?
- What does Oya mean in Nigerian?
- Why do Scots say aye?
- How do you say love in Nigerian?
- What does Na you sabi mean?
- Where is Aye used?
- Are Aye Aye dangerous?
- What does Yoruba mean in English?
- What does FEM mean in Yoruba?
What are the Yoruba famous for?
The Yoruba are said to be prolific sculptors, famous for their terra cotta works throughout the 12th and 14th century; artists also earnests their capacity in making artwork out of bronze.
Esiẹ Museum is a museum in Esiẹ, Irepodun, Kwara.
The museum was the first to be established in Nigeria when it opened in 1945..
Is Aye a Scottish word?
We also commonly say aye instead of yes, wee instead of small, ken instead of know and uch instead of oh. Aye, it’s getting a wee bit harder noo. Then you’ve got words like caiket and mocket, both meaning dirty, and hacket, meaning ugly.
What is Aye in Yoruba?
Aye means world. It has another, more esoteric meaning in yoruba traditional religion, to mean something akin to the greek fates. Aye is usually a negative force and do not bring good tidings to a person. The concept is used to explain bad things happening to someone.
Is Aye an English word?
Aye means yes; used in some dialects of British English. ‘Do you remember your first day at school?’ —’Oh aye. Yeah. ‘
What does Olosho mean in Yoruba?
A standard cunny ProstituteOlosho. Definition: A standard cunny Prostitute.
Why do Kiwis say aye?
“Its hot out there eh/ay/aye?” “Yeah bro, super warm eh/ay/aye?” Both basically mean “okay”, “you’re welcome” or “everything is alright.” One or both is said in response to someone who thanks the person. Either can also be used in a situation where you are reassuring someone that they will be alright.
What does Aye mean?
YesAYE means “Yes”.
What does Jare mean in Yoruba?
‘Jare’, pronounced ‘ jah-reh ‘ has its roots in the Yoruba language in Nigeria. It means innocent, justified, blameless. For example ‘Emi ni mo jare ‘ means ‘ Iam the innocent party’ It is also used to lay emphasis on a given sentence.
Is Aye Scottish or Irish?
It is not only Irish; it is very common in contemporary Scottish English, and some Northern English dialects. (Confusingly, ay or aye can also mean ‘ever’, but pronounced [eI], to rhyme with day.)
What does Oya mean in Nigerian?
no definite’Oya’ is one Nigerian slang that has no definite meaning, however, it is used in a given context which could mean come, let’s go, start or basically just an endearment to begin something or respond. It is commonly used across the nation and in some neighbouring countries too.
Why do Scots say aye?
Aye. Aye means yes, often replacing the latter in day-to-day life in Scotland. Conversely, ‘aye, right’ is used when expressing feelings of disbelief (think of it as the Scottish equivalent to ‘yeah, right’).
How do you say love in Nigerian?
Love means ifunanya or ihunanya. There are as Other “sweet names” that basically conveys your love to your SO; words like akwa m’ : my egg..
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’
Where is Aye used?
Aye and variants Use of aye is an archaism in most of the English-speaking world but remains in use in Scottish, Northern Irish and Northern English usage.
Are Aye Aye dangerous?
Superstitions. Many people native to Madagascar consider the aye-aye an omen of ill luck. For this reason they often have been killed on sight. Such hunting, coupled with habitat destruction, have put aye-aye populations at-risk.
What does Yoruba mean in English?
Yoruba(noun) a member of a West African people living chiefly in southwestern Nigeria.
What does FEM mean in Yoruba?
shut upSeptember 28, 2020 · ‘Fem’ is a popular slang in Nigeria, which simply means ‘shut up’. Derived from the Yoruba Language, fem is popularly used as slang in Nigerian homes and schools to caution a child and tell them to shut up.