The Nigerian Pidgin English dictionary created by you for you!
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i bow o
To wonder over a person's action.
i dey ache
I am in pain
i dey fear
I am afraid
i dey kampe
I'm very well
i don die
I am finished/doomed
i don waka
I am going.
i full ground remain
I'm perfectly ready for anything
i go cure your craze
means \'I\'ll deal with you\'
To salute Someone
i love you babe
I love you Baby
i never chop
I haven't eaten
i no fit
i no know
I dont know or have a clue
i no no
simply means i don\'t know
i no sabi
I don't know
i no send
I don't care
i no well
i pass my neighbour
An exclamation. Usually sarcastic meaning "I wish"!
i wan ease my self
1. To pee
To reject or to rid yourself of. It is often used in reply when someone is forming ajebo. Made po...
see AIRCON. a more extreme version of the word aircon, which is air conditioner.
The capital city of Oyo State
Son of the Soil. Proud to be local and shows it in every way.
Made by IBO boys. Usually refers to fake things
Idoma is the language spoken in Benue south, North-central Nigeria. It has various dialect as fo...
igbati igbati association
Another word for yoruba people
Igbo is the language spoken by the igbo tribe in Nigeria
A tribe in Yoruba land and it can also mean someone that is stingy
A short cut.
A possessive pronoun used in the place of him, his and her
is a popular brand of noodles but it is used for all other brands of noodles
Innocent was the name of the main character in the scary television series 'Wily wily', when he w...
to have sex with a lady
Na all those people way be like say their eye and iron;say if they see iron they must pick they n...
An igbo soup made from goat head.
Italo simply means italy
Like making a shout out to your friends/fans. Mostly used by Naija Musicians.
An abbreviation for I Too Know, which is somone who believes he/she has the answers to everything...
used as an insult to call someone mental
Nickname for local food joints. The word originates from Styl Plus song(Iya Basira). Iya basira j...
Mud, something digusting
A word from yoruba language which means wife.