Frequent question: How do you greet in the morning in Igbo?

Igbo is one of the major languages spoken in Nigeria. Have a wonderful morning and a great week ahead.

What does Ka Chi FO mean?

Good night – Ka chi fo (Note: The translation of this to English means something like – let the day break )

What is KEDU in Igbo?

Kedu ka ọdị Fine, thank you/ I’m fine.

What language is closest to Igbo?

“Igbo is in the family of Niger-Congo languages called Kwa by European linguists, which includes many Nigerian and West African languages like Ashanti, Akan, Yoruba and Benin (Edo). Igbo, I find to be closest to the original mother of that language family.

What does Daalu mean in Igbo?

According to a user from Nigeria, the name Daalu is of Igbo origin and means “It is a short form of saying Thank you. The full name is Chukwudaalu. Meaning God thank you or thank you my God”.

What is the response to KEDU?


Term How are you? Definition Kedu / Kedu k’mere
Term General Greeting Definition Ndeewo (response: Ndweedo)
Term Have you woken up (to a new day) Definition I buola chi/I saala chi
Term Yes Definition Ee or Eeya
Term Good Morning Definition ututo oma
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How do you say hello in Yoruba Nigeria?

Ẹ n lẹ (en-le): Hello

Ẹ n lẹ means hello in this part of Nigeria.

How do you say good morning in Nigeria?

Igbo is one of the major languages spoken in Nigeria.

What does Mazi mean in Igbo?

Mazi is of African-Igbo origin and it is used mainly in the Igbo language. The meaning of the name is ‘sir’. A variant of Mazi is Mazzi. See also the related categories, igbo and sir.

How do you say goodnight in Igbo?

Good Night in Igbo is ka chi fo.

What does ogini mean in Igbo?

According to a user from Nigeria, the name Ogini is of Igbo origin and means “Like around ideato/aguata and general Igbo…it means local season for soup making”.

What is your name in Igbo?

Useful phrases in Igbo

English Ásụ̀sụ̀ Ìgbò (Igbo)
What’s your name? Kedụ aha gị? Kedụ afa gị?
My name is … Aha m bụ … Afa m bụ …
Where are you from? Onye ebee ka ị bụ?
I’m from … A bụ m onye … E si m …

How can I speak fluent in Igbo?


  1. Identify high and low tones in speech. Pronounce the high tone with your tongue bent towards the roof of your mouth, such as when you say “rule” in English. …
  2. Listen to native speakers. Simply listening to spoken Igbo may be the best way to understand the tonal structure of the language.

How do you say love in Nigerian?

“Mo ni fe re” is Yoruba for “I love you” and literally translates to “I have your love.” Yoruba language needs little introduction as it is one of the 4 official languages of Nigeria.

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Hai Afrika!