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Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Names Of Animals In Your Language....

  Do you know names of Animals in your local Language? scroll to see further...

Dog is called ''Arako'' in Isoko Language and that's all i know.





What are these Animals called in Isoko? My Isoko readers, please help me....

Others you can try it out in your Language.






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59 comments:

  1. Ebot-goat. Rat-ekpu. Dog-ewa. Chicken-unen.

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    1. ebot-goat
      cat- awa
      rat-ekpu
      cow- enang
      monkey- ebok
      vulture- utere
      cockroach- mfem
      snail-ekwong
      fish- iyak
      lizard-ekpok
      pig- edi
      lion-ekpe
      dog-ewa, ebua

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    2. Correct
      Tortoise - kid
      Crab- isobo
      Duck- unen mbakara

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    3. Lion- Ekun

      Dog- Aja

      Goat- Ewure

      Deer- Igala

      Cat- Ologbo or Olongbo

      Sheep- Agutan

      Snake- Ejo

      Leopard- Amotekun

      Chicken- Ediye or Adiye

      Duck- Pepeye

      Tortise- Ijapa

      Gorilla- Inoki

      Fish- Eja

      Tiger- Kinihun or Kiniwun

      Pig- Elede

      Monkey- Obo

      Lizard- Alangba

      Cockroach- Aayan

      Elephant- Erin

      Snail- Igbin

      Dove- Adaba

      Crab- Ede

      Vulture- Asha

      Cow- Maalu

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    4. Rabbit- Ehoro or Eworo

      Whale - Obokun

      Ant- Eera

      Donkey- Ketekete

      Horse- Eshin

      Housefly- Eshinshin

      Locust- Esunsun

      Turkey- Tolotolo

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    5. Crab is Akan

      Shrimp is Ede

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    6. Plenty atewo for you.

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  2. Let's see..


    Fowl-Ugwu
    cat-Obrichaku
    Goat-Yehu
    Dog-Iyo!..

    Okbye#

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    1. Obrichaku? For one cat? And i thought my mums language was funny. Is this Japanese? Lol. Please keep the words coming. I know I will love this post.

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    2. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ anon u is funny.
      But truth to told the name is very funny..obrichaku.. Shantell what language is that.

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  3. Monkey- obo
    Cat- musu
    Goat- ewure
    Leopard- amotekun
    Vulture- gunugun
    pig- elede

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    1. Lol@amotekun. So that's where they got that name from.

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  4. Dog- aja
    Duck-pepeye
    Pigeon- eye ile
    Gorilla- ena ki
    Cow-malu
    Goat-ewure
    Elephant- erin
    Lion- kiniun

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  5. So cat is Nwamba I thought is 'bussu'๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€.

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  6. I think elephant is enih in isoko.

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  7. Ofen - Rat

    Awa - Dog

    Okhokho - Chicken

    Emu (though not an animal) - mosquito


    Esan, Edo state.

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  8. Cat- Olongbo
    Lion- Kiniun
    Elephant- Efon
    Dog- Aja
    Leopard- Amotekun
    Snail- Igbin
    Squirrel- Ikun
    Goat- Ewure
    Sheep- Aguntan
    Cow- Malu
    Fowl/chick- Adie
    Rat- Eku
    Duck- Tolotolo
    Pig- Elede
    Tiger- Ekun
    Antelope- Igala (not too sure)
    Eagle- eye idi
    Cockroach- aayan
    Horse- Eshin
    Lizard-Alangba
    Vulture- Eye igun

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  9. Chicken- adie
    spider- alantakun
    deer- igala
    tiger- ekun
    crab- alakan
    bee- oyin

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  10. Goat is ewe
    Pig is elede
    Dog is ekita
    I hope I got the spellings right(benin)

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  11. Goat--Ewu
    Chicken--Okuku
    Duck--Tolotolo
    Pig--Ezi
    Dog--Nkita

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    1. how can duck be tolotolo
      turkey is tolotolo

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    2. Duck is obogu
      Turkey is tolotolo

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    3. Duck is pepeye

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  12. Ant- Agbisi
    Dove - Nduru
    Eagle - Ugo
    Bat - Usu
    Hawk - Egbe
    Hart - Ele

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  13. Kiniun-Lion
    Erin-Elephant
    Ekun-Leopard
    Aja-Dog
    Ologbo-Cat
    Igun-Vulture
    Alantakun-Spider
    Adie-Chicken
    Ewure-Goat
    Maluu-Cow
    Konkon-Frog
    Ijakpa-Tortoise
    Alangba-Lizard
    Oni-Crocodile
    Obo-Monkey
    Elede-Pig
    Rabbit-Ekete
    Eworo-Hare
    Eshin-Horse
    Ejo-Snake
    Eku-Rat
    Opolo-Toad
    Rakumi-Camel

    I rep Yoruba

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    1. Obo be monkey..me think say obo na ponyor ๐Ÿ˜ things I learn on SDK.

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    2. Anon 15:58...you're hilarious

      Obo is monkey in Yoruba... The same spelling different pronunciation.

      E.g...owo-money
      owo.Hand

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  14. They made a mistake in that igbo...Lion is agu while Leopard is Odum

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    1. Electronic the only mistake is that they should have added owuru to the leopard's agu

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    2. @electronic city lol you no be igbo be that lion is odum and will always be odum

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    3. Lion is odum

      It’s even tiger that I know as “agu”

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    4. Lion is odum Remember odum ebo Juda - The lion of the tribe of Judah
      Tiger is Agu

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  15. In Isoko

    Dog- Arako
    Pig- Essi
    Cat- Ologbo
    Goat - Okri,
    Chicken - Okho
    Fish - Emerin
    Elephant - Eni


    Ok bye.

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    1. Wow.you tried. I only got lion -eni right.

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    2. Wow! I don't know names of animal in isoko.

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  16. Ebot -goat
    awa - cat
    edi - pig
    eku - rat
    enam- cow
    ebua - dog
    uruk ikot - snake

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  17. Alligator - Agu iyi

    Camel - Kamel

    Crab - Nshiko

    duck - obogwu

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  18. In Igarra, Akoko-Edo, Edo State: Goat- evu
    Hen- awushe
    Cat- ovarachaku
    Lion- odumi
    Lizard- avuta
    Pig-ura
    Rat- isu
    Rabbit- afupa
    Snake- isi echichi
    Sheep- ateme
    Bird- unomi
    Dog - irezi

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    1. Igarra and Ebira language are somehow similar

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  19. The person that wrote the Igbo version of those animals must definitely be onye Anambra.

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  20. cat-ibusu
    rat-odokpa
    dog-arako/Ebo
    fish-Emeri
    bird-Emevra

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  21. cat - Obala
    Vulture - Ugunu
    Lion - Idu
    Sheep - Ala
    Goat - Ewo
    Lizard - Abuta
    Dog - Ebia some people say Abia
    Snail - Igbi
    Duck - Idagbo
    Cow - Okuno
    Horse - Anyela
    Rat - Ikeleku
    Pig -Oko
    Tortoise -Anheje

    Igala language

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  22. Ape - adaka
    Gorilla - ozodimgba
    Hyena - Edi
    Python - Eke
    Green Snake - Agwo
    Viper - Echi eteka
    Ram - Ebule
    Bee - Aรฑu
    Eagle - Ugo
    Hawk - Egbe
    Termite - Aku
    Cockerel - Oke okpa
    Donkey - inyinya ibu
    Shrew - nkapi
    Bush rat - Ewi( i confuse them with squirrel sha, i stand to be corrected)

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  23. Dog_irezi
    Goat_ Evuu
    Fish_ ivovo
    Sheep_ Ateme
    Lizard_ Avuta
    Ram_ edeba
    Lion_ idu
    Pig_ ura
    Rat_ isu
    Ebira language

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    1. Wow,wan o
      Some sound like ours in Igarra.
      The list is up there

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  24. Name of animals in Idoma: Dog - ewo, Goat- Ewu', lion - agaba, chicken- ugwu', cat - obla, elephant- adagba, bird- igbano

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    1. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐ŸฝMonkey-Eka, Snake-Egwa, tortoise-Ikinabo, Rat-Ifu,Horse-Ornya,Ram-Ala, Pig-Ahi-Asi,Fish-Ebenyi

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  25. Goat-ร‰wรน
    Dog - Nkรญtรก
    Lion- รกgรบ
    Pig-รฉzhรญ
    Snake-รกgwรณ
    Chicken-รณkรบkรฒ

    I rep Biafra๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ

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  26. Ant apaisong
    Bee akwok
    Cow enang
    Cat anwa
    Crocodile afium
    Cockroach mfem
    Crab isobo
    Dog ewa
    Duck unen mpatang or mbakara
    Elephant enin
    Eagle ntre upum
    Egret leke leke
    Fish iyak
    Frog ikwod
    Gorilla ipok ebok
    Hen unen
    Hawk akukwo
    Jelly fish eba Eka abasi
    Lizard apok
    Lion ekpe
    Monkey ebok
    Melliped etim
    Owl nkeriked
    Parrot inim
    Rat ekpu
    Rabbit ekpu mbakara
    Spider utud ekpe
    Snake urok ikot
    Sentiped nkag
    Soldier ant mkpo ikot
    Tortoise ikut
    Toad mfod
    Vulture utere
    Whale isatim
    Wall gecko ukpong eyen

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