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Saturday, January 04, 2020

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What!!...I am Isoko and I dont know what to call this in my dialect!!..OMG....





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    1. Ububi, really?,I'm Idoma too thanks, I just learnt the idoma name now.

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    2. Stella it's called Otie in Isoko. Thank me later

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    3. I almost wrote ABUBIE. Thank you.

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    4. Brown sucre, so I have a sister here😘.

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    5. @HRH complete the name na!
      It is called Otien Agada 🀣🀣
      Otien is orange

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    6. Agbalumo, omg I miss this so bad. Over 20 years I've seen or had it.

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    7. Agbalumo, omg I miss this so bad. Over 20 years I've seen or had it. I remember we use to make chewing gum out of it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€”πŸ‘ŒπŸΎπŸ€·πŸΎ‍♀️

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    1. Udara but alas, what I have tasted so far in calabar na slapping device, chaiii, Chim oh!!!! Wen the thing wooze you slap, all your teeth will stand at attention for one week😭😭😭😭

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ and some wickid sellers go tell you “ na nwanu “ E sweet die oooo .

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    3. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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  3. agbalumo ni.. craving for one now

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  4. Udara Igbo
    Agbalumo Yoruba.

    Oya Hausa and efik give us the names

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    1. I sure say you go fail exam tire
      The ques says "in YOUR dialect"

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    2. It is called Udadi in Efik.

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    3. 18:21 do you know if she's both Igbo and Yoruba?

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    4. 18:21, ITK kee u there 😏😏😏. Sho igba eee eee 🀷🏾‍♀️

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    5. Agwaluma in hausa

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  5. Agbalumo-the only fruit I don't like.

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    1. Urhobo right? You try for the spelling o. thumps up

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    2. Yes Urhobo.

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  7. Agbalumo ... Yoruba

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  8. I'm oron... We call it etidi (hope I got the spellings right)

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  9. A'cherry lol @Isoko

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    1. It's bargada @isoko don't know if I got d spelling right it's called like how u open it with ur laps.

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    2. Lol. Its Otien in Isoko. , this our special way of adding 'A'to every English word.

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  10. I don't know it in my dialect oh.

    But Udara in igbo

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  11. cheery(English)(udara Igbo)

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  12. That open one looks like something familiar.

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  13. Agbalukpa Hausa ,udala igbo

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  14. It is called African Star fruit

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  15. Udala , nwannu for the sweet ones

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  16. Agbalumo in Yoruba, Udara in igbo.

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  17. I don't know really (covers face)

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  19. Igbo ppl be calling it udara upandan but the sweet variety is called nwannu.

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    1. It is called Udara/Udala in Igbo, nwannu or nwaose anyi amaro maka nkea.

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  20. Udari in Efik.
    What's the correct English name please?

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  21. We call it alansa in Ghana

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  22. How we used to hold it between our hands and still put our hands between our kneels just to be able to split it open, and rush to suck the milk at once, as we were little kids in Primary school (my mouth is watery)

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  23. Utie in Igala

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  24. Udala: Anambra

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  25. It is called udura in my part of idoma land precisely orokam.

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  26. Called udura in my orokam dialect from Benue.

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