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Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Yoruba Language Post - Awon Yoruba Ati Pepper 5 And 6 Ni..

 This is post is a Yoruba language post and the topic is that Yoruba people like pepper a lot..... 






Comments in Yoruba are encouraged but you can also comment in English if you wish to take part but don't know how to write the language.

Obe to ni pepper to po, emi o like rara... lol

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  1. Obe eja alata ferefe pelu sombo yi ma dun gan

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    1. arakunrin mi le jẹ ata fun ile Afirika, ni pataki pẹlu iṣu tabi eweko.

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    2. Mo n je shege ninu ata so tey the person grinding for me asked if na dog meat I dey chop, maybe thats why I eat plenty pepper

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    3. Ko de kín ṣe gbogbo Yoruba lọ féràn ata tí ó tà lata ju.

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  2. Yoruba people over to you and I also heard that they like ofe mmanu too much

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    1. @Awelle, ęjo aunti kilę npe ni ofe mmanu? Oruko yin fę farajo oruko abalaye ti yoruba npe ni Awęle.

      Ti awon agbalagba to wa ni abule ba din ata funyin pelu isebę ati iru pęętę/woro lai ni maggi, ę fę ję ika yin mo😁. Ata dindin’Yoruba ose ba figagbaga.

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    2. Orúkọ ti àwọn ẹ̀yà Igbo má ń fi bù àwa ẹ̀yà Yoruba ni yẹ. Wọn ní àti máa ń jẹ epo ju,be sì ré epo ni roju ọbẹ̀.




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  3. Emi like obe to ni pepper, if not, ma throw up.

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    1. Woww,my sis won't throw up tho..she'll just tell you the food is tasteless. Whenever she comes visiting,i fry pepper and keep in a separate pan for her,biko no kee me with pepper.

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  4. Omo isoko ni mi sugbon mo feran ata pupo. Mo no feeling pe no feran ata ju awon omo Yoruba lo.

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    1. See my typo o . * Mo ni feeling pe mo feran

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    2. Gbasibe jare👊🏻, emi ti ko je ata,emi yen o strong

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    3. Èmi ti o jẹ ata ẹ̀mí yẹpẹrẹ.

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  5. Emi ti ko je ata,emi yepere ni

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    1. Abi o, sugbon moti din ata jije mi ku tori oko mi ati awon omo mi

      Oko mi ki je ata pupo béé omo yoruba ni

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    2. Beeni ooo, mo feran ata baje

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  6. Emi gan o like e rara Stella, we no dey chop pepper for my house at all.
    All my non yoruba friends back in school used to make jest of me and wonder if I was truly yoruba because I could barely eat their food (too peppery for my liking).
    Yoruba people will say emi ti o jata, emi yepere ni, omo leave my emi for me abeg. No be me go dey run enter toilet every hour.

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  7. I bought plantain chips recently and there was pepper in it. The pepper was so much that I couldn't eat it.
    Even Gala now has the Spicy variant which has pepper in it.
    I bought puff puff one day and there was pepper in it. Chai... Yoruba and pepper na 5 $ 6

    E remain to dey put pepper inside wedding cake 🤭

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    1. They will soon start putting pepper inside tea

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    2. Pepper inside tea ke 🤭😂😂😂😂😂

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    3. Ekele is wicked
      🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  8. Yes i LOVE pepper. Mo feran ata
    I eat stew with everything...jollof,fried rice,coconut rice.
    No matter d country i travel to im asking where i can find pepper to cook my naija food. All dat burger and pizza,after 3days im tired.

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  9. Nawa o,even pepper don dey rub groundnut oil to take pishure.

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  10. When I fear Yoruba is when one Yoruba woman put ata rodo inside sharwama.
    But me I like pepper though.
    No matter how pepperish a soup is, forget na cruise I go use am catch

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  11. I'm not gon type in yoruba cos mahnn,ya'll will laugh your butts off!
    I dislike too much of pepper,shii be making tears flow from my eyes with rheum coming out from my nose..no thanks!

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  12. Awon Yoruba won like ata pupo ninu onje, mi o kin je obe ti ata pupo wa ninu ee

    Please the yoruba's, sorry I murdered your language oo.

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    1. You tried jare Ekele, as for me I love spicy food but mi o le je ata pupo mo nitori Doctor so fun mi pe kin stop or reduce e 🙁.

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    2. Don't tell them sorry,you even did better. Like i see a whole lot of them typing in english..are these ppl kidding me? Lmao!

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    3. Shantel they're forming ajebutter levels

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  13. I eat pepper, but not too much..

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  14. Omo Delta ni mi, sugbon no like ata gan.

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  15. My brother didn’t like pepper before now,if we cook peppery food at home he won’t eat,but he married a Yoruba lady and right now he is an administrator of pepper😂he said love has made him like pepper now😂😂.

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  16. Too much pepper and I don't follow one way.

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  17. Mo like ata gan. Paapa julo, indomie to ni ata pupo. Chai. Yummy.

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  18. Yoruba ni mi sugbon mi o feran ata ni normal days but ninu oyun, mo le je raw ata😂

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  19. Yoruba ni mi sugbon mi o feran ata ni normal days but ninu oyun, mo le je raw ata😂

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  20. I'm a confirm Yoruba girl but we hate pepper in my FAMILY like kilode! Personally no matter how SWEET and delicious the food is if it has TOO much pepper it is NONSENSE! Yoruba people will buy 500 naira pepper and 100 naira tomatoes 🤣🤣🤣 una wan kill yourself? E fe pa ara yin ni? Especially people from Oyo state...Stella those people dey chop pepper ehn, even eat RAW pepper join 😂seriously I FEAR Yoruba soup like hell! Kai 🤣 Stella do you know that Yoruba people eat pepper so tey dem dey put pepper inside puff puff? Sausage rolls? Egg roll? In fact inside AKAMU (pap) 🤣🤣😅 Stella don't joke with Yoruba people ooo...dem dey eat shege When it comes to pepper! Yoruba people and pepper are like 5&6...der can't be separated! Youruba people use to say "Emi ti ko ba je ata, emi yepere ni" this one na confirm lie! Seriously der is no nutritious value in eating pepper 🤷 the ONLY thing pepper does is to make food SPICY 🤷...nothing else 🤷...incase you don't know, too MUCH of pepper is not good for YOUR health! You want something healthy? Eat more of tomatoes, bell pepper and onions.

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    1. Can't you space your comment? No paragraph,nothing! Geez.

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    2. See as you dey say Yoruba people, person go think say you no be yoruba

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    3. Na wa o. Emojis are in trouble.

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    4. I don't think oyo people eat as much pepper as Ogun people sha. In fact, Ogun people have their signature ata dindin (green pepper) for rice. Omoo I fear am.

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    5. Shantelle, i can't even read it.

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    6. True dainty, I am in abk now and my colleagues can't afford to eat at restaurants because of pepper.
      I de feel for them

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    7. @A girl has no name, I beg to disagree. There are lots of nutritional values in peppers. Aside from the fact that it is packed with vit c and helps to reduce cholesterol levels,it also helps to inhibit the growth of cancer cells. Although it should be taken moderately.
      Please read more on it when you have time.

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  21. I pray God deliver me from the rate I eat pepper, like I crave pepper to the extent that I mix pepper, Maggi, salt and crayfish and boil together just to drink it. Though I minimize the pepper when I'm cooking for others.

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    1. Why did you minimize it? I'm disappointed! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 anytime you feel like eating a snack...I highly recommend pepper (ATA RODO) I'm sure you will love it! 🤣🤣🤣 wtf 🙄🙄🙄

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    2. Stella I forgot to mentioned this incident...I went to a mall the other day to get CASHEW NUT "I love nuts" but I was surprised when I saw "SPICY PEPPER" boldly written on it, I tried checking for the ones that doesn't have pepper but I could not find any! I was angry ooo...like so everyone now eat pepper or what? Mtchewww...I had to go to another place to get it.

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    3. Yepaa. I can't stay in your house be that. I don't eat shombo at all, only tatashe and Rodo in little quantity.

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  22. The day I hail Yoruba people was the day I ordered pizza in Lagos but couldn't eat it because of the amount of pepper 🌶️ in it. Chai pizza kwa?

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    1. If you order chicken pepperoni in Lagos, u go hear nweeii

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  23. I like pepper gan ni. Mo fe ata pupo ninu ounje.

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  24. Not all Yorubas like pepper like that.

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  25. I am not a Yoruba but I love pepper it was one of the things I enjoyed in my stay in Kwara state during my NYSC.

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  26. Maami: Wurola
    Wurola: maa

    Maami: please go to oja I need to make lunch before daddy returns. Bring paper ati biro
    Wurola: ok maami, mo nbo

    Maami: ehen, write
    Tomatoes N200
    Alibasa(onions) N200
    Tatashe 200
    Shombe. 200
    Red pepper 100
    Dry pepper. 100
    Ehen, tell Iya Mulikat to give you the N100 balance of the black pepper she's owing me. Grind all of them carry come house,na 100 for that one abi?
    How much is the total there?

    Wurola: 🤔😰


    Buahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
    Chop at your risk if you're not yoruba

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  27. Yoruba sowipe emi ti koje ata..emi yepere ni.

    Moranti nigba to mo lo service,awon oremi lati ile igbo ma nsa fun ounje mi.Monife ata ofada ati igbin ati oja kika pupo.

    Won ma npe mi ni ibidunni alata sue😆😀

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  28. I love my Yoruba friends. My beautiful Yoruba people do not add pepper to their foods.
    They add food to their pepper. 😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝😝

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  29. Mo feran ate ata ni wonba ninu obe abi jollof rice. Mo korira ata ninu puff puff, chips abi chin chin.

    Meaning, I like pepper in stew and jollof rice and not in puff puff, plantain chips or chin chin.

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    1. I hate pepper in puffpuff, I haven't tested peppered chinchin

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    2. Pepper in puff puff is bae

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  30. Mo gbadun ata gan,pepper is bae,your brain go reset if you chop am😊

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  31. Awon pepper them geng, awon party riders😂😂

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  32. If pepper overpowers the flavour then it is not worth it. I like some foods with more pepper, but the full flavour of the food is what I go for.

    I can't come get ulcer just to prove I can eat pepper.

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  33. So the Yoruba people on this write cannot write in Yoruba? E disappoint mi gan sa. Mio kin se Yoruba sugbon mole ko yoruba ni won ba.

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  34. Did you know?

    1) Yorùbá tribe is one of the largest ethnic group in Africa.

    2)From 1500 until 1800, during the historical Era of slavery. Yorùbá people were victims of slavery.

    3) Yoruba people are found in South west Nigeria, West Africa in Togo.
    Dahomey (Benin republic), Senegal,Ivory Coast,El Salvador in Brazil,Cuba, Colombia, Uruguay called"Uruguayans" and Sierra Leone(Aku people).

    4) Ile-Ife is considered as the cradle of the Yorùbás.

    5) Yorùbás are deeply religious,they believe in existence of Olodumare. There are other gods knowns as the Orisha,Sango(the god of thunder), Osun,Yemoja,Oya,Olokun,Osumare e t c.

    6) Royalty; Yorùbás hold their kings in high esteem. Generally refer them as Kabieysi(he who cannot be question), Igbakeji Orisha Meaning the deputy of gods.

    7)In Yorùbáland, left hand(owo osi) is considered to be an unclean hand.

    8) Yorùbás doesn't believe their kings dies, so when a king die in Yorùbá land. Do not say "Oba ku" but you should rather say "Oba Waja" which means The king has been transformed and transposed to the spiritual realm.

    9) Yorùbá people have the largest population of twins,Yorùbás believed twins are protected by Divine being called "Orisha ibeji".

    10) "Mo je oba" simply means the previous oba heart is Prepared in a traditional concoction to be eaten by the new oba.

    11)Ìgànná is another Yorùbá word for wall.

    12)Centuries before British colonization, Yorùbá was an organized society with elements of Democracy.

    13) Yorùbás made a huge impact in Worlds culture, religion,art,music and slavery itself.

    I am a proud to be a Yorùbà.

    What about you?

    Story credit;Yorùbá Lasa, Golca tv.

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  35. 1/2 In addition to no 12. It’s is generally believed that the British govt personnels were astonished to see a vibrant system of govt in operation when they came to Yorubaland (Oyo empire) which is quiet similar to their own parliamentary system of govt.
    2/2 The Alaafin was similar to the Queen of England who performs ceremonial roles and could only be seen in public three times in a year while the Oyomesi (parliament) was led by the Bashorun (prime minister) Hence this saying “Ajise bi oyo laari, oyo kiishe bi baba enikankan” Olaoye K

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  36. Na so dem dey take the pepper show outsiders pepper

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  37. Yoruba ni mi, sugbon oko mi ki se Yoruba,but mi ti ko ni ata jije, e dey chop am pass me now sef

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  38. Emi ti o je ata, emi yepere ni

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  39. Lol well iam Yoruba but mio feran ata rara

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  40. Eternal Excellency18 August 2021 at 19:39

    Omo akwa-ibom ni mi gangan mo feran gbogbo awon orisoris ata ni Inu obe

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  41. Eternal Excellency18 August 2021 at 19:40

    Abeg Sha I try with my Yoruba language

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  42. Ó hàn gbangba gbàǹgbà sí mi wàyí pé kì í ṣe gbogbo ọmọ ilẹ̀ káàárọ̀ oòjíire ló lè kọ, ló sì tún lè ka Yorùbá lọ́nà tó tọ́.

    Nípa ata jíjẹ, àwọn ènìyàn máa ń sọ pé Yorùbá máa ń jẹ ata jù, ṣùgbọ́n mo lè sọ fún yín pé ní ayé àtijọ́ ni. Kìí se gbogbo ọmọ Yorùbá ló ń ṣe bẹ́ẹ̀ láyé tí a wà yí.

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