What does lick mean in Hawaii?

What does lick mean in Hawaii?

To stroke with the tongue.

How do you say hello in pidgin?

Usually pronounced “har fa”. “How far?” is the most common way to say “hello” in Nigerian pidgin….When you are not sure how to greet somebody, it is always appropriate to say “Kóyo ”.

  1. Mesiere. Mesiere is the Efik/Ibibio way of greeting.
  2. Sannu!
  3. Abole.

What is I love you in Efik?

Useful phrases in Efik

Phrase Efik
I miss you Itọñ fo ọdọñ mi
I love you Mme ama fi
Get well soon Kudọñọ aba
Go away! Daga!

How do you say bye in Nigerian?


  1. Hausa: Sai watarana.
  2. Igbo: Ka omesia.
  3. Yoruba: Oh dah-boh.
  4. English: Goodbye.

What is a dupe?

: one that is easily deceived or cheated : fool. dupe. verb (1) duped; duping.

How do you say greetings in Yoruba?

The following greetings can be used at any time of the day to greet someone “hello” in Yoruba language:

  1. E nle o.
  2. E pele o.
  3. E rora o.
  4. E ku ishe o (most appropriate for greeting someone who is busy with something).
  5. E ku ikale o (most appropriate for greeting someone who’s sitting down or relaxed).

What is greeting in Yoruba?

Good morning – Ẹ kú àárọ̀ Good afternoon – Ẹ kú ọ̀sán. Good return – Ẹ kú àbọ̀ [i.e. Welcome] Good afternoon – Ẹ kú ọ̀sán.

What is KEDU in Igbo?

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

What does Jisike mean in Igbo?

Good luck

How do you respond to Igbo Kwenu?

Igbo Kwenu is a supreme rallying call to attention and order to speak in a culturally appropriate way. Once the Igbo Kwenu is announced and responded to, all ears will listen, at least momentarily to the person who surely will stand out and speak to them.

What does Amardiorha mean?

Amadioha is the Alusi or Agbara of thunder and lightning of the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria. He is amongst the most popular of Igbo deities and in some parts of Igboland, he is referred to as Amadiora, Kamalu (which is short for Kalu Akanu), Kamanu, or Ofufe.

What are Igbo proverbs?

Igbo Proverbs, Idioms And Parables

Igbo Proverb Meaning(Literal)
3. Chọọ ewu ojii ka chi dị Make hay while the sun shines
4. Otu onye tuo izu, o gbue ochu Knowledge is never complete: two heads are better than one.
5. Ihe ehi hụrụ gbalaba oso ka okuku huru na-atụ onu Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.