Common Items In Itsekiri

Learning about the common items around us, is fun and so much fun when learning about them in itsekiri language. Unlike some other languages,items in itsekiri language, do no have gender. This means that words in itsekiri language, do not change whether in their masculine or feminine form.

   COMMON ITEMS IN ITSEKIRI 

Today, we will be learning some common items and objects around us which we come across everyday. Further learning will be to know the itsekiri names for these objects and how to spell them.
In our later examples, we will list out some common items around us, give the Itsekiri names and their pronunciation and sample situation where they are being used.
  • Name some common Items in English.
  • Learn the Itsekiri names of these Items .
  • How to spell these items in Itsekiri.
  • How to pronounce Items in Itsekiri.
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This is A Cup – Eyi Uko ren    Audio
This is a Bag – Eyi Ekpo  ren  Audio
This is A Hat – Eyi Ekoro  ren Audio
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Ni Ofo ene ni onuwe, urun ti ene wa kó ká se urun bobo ti ene ka ri kpirakpira ni ubo ti ene ka ka ni
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THE BASIC ITEMS AROUND US

Fasten  your seatbelt, as we walk you around some basic items found around us and we come across every day. So much fun to learn in itsekiri!

A Cup

I want to Say

Give me the CUP please

SAY

Mobie,mu UKO we gbemi

A Rag

I want to Say

Remove the RAG from there

SAY

gba ASISAN-ATSO we kuwere

A House

I want to Say

This is my HOUSE in Isekiri

SAY

Eyi ULI mi ren

A Bag

I want to Say

My shirt is in my BAG

Say

Ewu mi wi ni ÉKPO mi

A Bucket

I want to Say

There is water in the BUCKET.

SAY

omi wi ni KOROBA we

A Hammer

I want to Say

Tosan is holding the HAMMER

SAY

Tosan wino di imetelu we ni

A Trouser

I want to Say

The TROUSER on the chair is mine

SAY

EWU-ESEN to wi aga we, temi ren

A Basket

I want to Say

The are oranges in the BASKET

SAY

Osa bobo, wi ni AKPERE we

THE ITSEKIRI KINGS AND MONARCH

Knowing the Kings and monarch in Itsekiri can provide a lot of learning entertainment for beginners in the language and history, especially little children. Find out more about the different kings and monarch and their reign in Warri Kingdom. 

A Bicycle

I want to Say

I am riding a BICYCLE

SAY

Mo wino gwa JIGERE

A Lantern

I want to Say

Put on the LANTERN

SAY

Mu utukpa eligbo we ran

A TV Set

I want to Say

Turn on the TV SET

SAY

Eyi EKPETIN-EGHO mi ren

A Cream

I want to Say

This is my CREAM

SAY

Eyi EJUKOTO mi ren

A Bed

I want to Say

I am sleeping on my BED

SAY

Mo wino sun ni UKPO mi

A Glass

I want to Say

Please give me the glass

SAY

Mu itobele we gbe mi

A Hat

I want to Say

This is my HAT

Say EKORO

Eyi EKORO mi ren

A Shirt

I want to Say

This is my SHIRT

SAY

Eyi EWU mi ren

A Car

I want to Say

I am driving a CAR

SAY

Mo wino gwa OKO-ALE

A Nail

I want to Say

The wood has nails

Say PERE

Egin we ni PERE

Pressing Iron

I want to Say

This is my PRESSING IRON

SAY

Eyi UKPATSO mi ren

Dirts

I want to Say

Remove the DIRTS from there

SAY

Gba IKUN we ku were

A Chair

I want to Say

I am sitting on a CHAIR

SAY

Mo sikale ni AGA

A Mirror

I want to Say

Give me the MIRROR

Say UWENGBE

Mu UWENGBE we gbe mi

A Drum

I want to Say

I am beating the DRUM

SAY

Mo wino lu OGUME

A Table

I want to Say

The cup is on the TABLE

SAY

Uko we wi origho IMEJE we

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