ESAN 102: CONTINUATION OF WORDS AND MEANING IN ESAN LANGUAGE [Part Three] By Ehi Ogbeide

Bad – oimhen
Fair – ofeke mhen
Good – omhen
Very good – omaman mhen
Excellent – omhen nonsen
Trouble – emhonlen
Beauty – osee
White people – agbon ne fua
Black people – agbon ne bhilin
Settlement – urhe han
Justice – ene bhuo hien
Case – ezor
quarrel – ovan
White teeth – akon ne fua
War – okulo
Mile – owala
Greeviancy – isusu
Hospital – uwa emianmen
School – uwa ebe
Court – uwa ibhuohien
Woman – okhuo
Women – eni khuo
Girl -omanmen
Man – okpia
Men – eni kpia
Boy – usen obho khan
Forever – ededemhinde
Big – uhu mhin
Small – ukhe rhe mhin
Stomach – ekele
Death – ene yulu
Die – oyulu
Buried – rholetor
Child – ibho khan
Children – eni bho khan
Son – omo kpia
Daughter – omo khuo
Wonderful – oyen lololua
Punish – oya
Family man – odafen
Family woman – okhuo dumu
Evil – ebe imhen
Forgiveness – rhe humhan
Amen -ise
Adultary – igbo ghele
Simple – ule khe mhin
Hear – uhon mhin
Sweart – ebhobho
Heat – ukhua mhin
Sand – ebubu
Soil – eken
Grand – otor
Earth – ekeotor
Whilsle – ufele
rubber – alaba
Resurection – ukpanor non se gbe
Livng – eneibhor
Madness – emenmen
Examination – idan megbe
Ready – mhue gbe
Always – eghe rhe bhe
Botton – otole
Insult – ezuozuo
However – ebo rhe dia ye
Nevertheless – ebo rhe de
Ignore – rhe lolo gbea
Ignorant – eba bha len
Aguement – ugan
Temptation – edon mhen
Adiquate – osele
Inadiquate – obha se
Unbelivable – eba bha rheo
Meanwhile – be jioki dia
Kingdom – ejele
Pregnancy – onon han mhan
Judge – guezor
Hell fire – agbe rhanlen
Guilty – onan bhu gbe
Widow man – onin okhuole yulu
Widow woman – onin odole yulu
Beggars – ebhie mhinlin
Homeless – ene mhon eje dia
Stranger – orior bhe
Ophans – ene mhon aba bi inen

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