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it means for someone to be hungry
a factor of h added into every razz Nigerians sentence.
A way of saying please abeg
see ABEG. 1. relax for a moment, please, consider me 2. can be used to make someone consider of t...
form og greeting when u walk into a room filled with people or a person for instance, sign of cou...
To shout at or raise your voice at someone.
to have sex
to make a lot of money; become rich quite suddenly.
Obey iinstruction, listen
To be afraid or shocked
very, very much, serious, a lot of,
To drink or smoke any stuff that intoxicates.
Another way of saying "him" It is used as a second person posessive noun both for male and female.
A usually percieved posher way of living.
1. To hold something or somebody 2) Whole me complete or full.
This is to prevent or endure hunger
holy ghost koboko
A term used to mock a self-righteous person.
To act in a righteous way, especially in an overdone way. Self-righteous.
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Homo is the act of when two or more same sex romancing each other or worst.
male servant or house keeper
House keeper, nanny
how are you
How are you
How are you?
how e be
how is it
how e be u
Whats up with you
how e dey be na
how he day be
How it is going
How are you!
how u dey
How are you
how ur end
Just want to know how you are doing
how ur side
How are you doing
how you dey
a common pidgin greeting. It means "How are you?" "Hope you are fine today?" "Hello" "Hi" etc.
An informal greeting that loosely translates to \"how are you?\". May be applied more generally t...
reading/studying to much