Akpo in Igala language is similar to idioms as its contents are idiomatic and some of the expressions have similar…
A proverb (from Latin: proverbium) is a simple and concrete saying, popularly known and repeated, that expresses a truth based on common sense or the practical experience of humanity. They are often metaphorical. A proverb that describes a basic rule of conduct may also be known as a maxim. Proverbs are often borrowed from similar languages and cultures, and sometimes come down to the present through more than one language. However, almost every culture has examples of its own unique proverbs and here we are presenting to you various article that express meaning to the rich Igala Proverbs.
One beautiful aspect of Igala language that is uncommon with other languages of the world is its system of communication…
Correct application of proverbs is a linguistic science in itself which largely depends on one’s mastery of a particular language;…
AKWU or ALO IDIOMS (EKPA AKWU or EGWALO) AKWU literally means riddles or expressions that are similar to idioms. It…
OHIAKA-FOLKLORE (Also known as OHIALA in some part of Igala Land) Ohiaka literally means history or events of the past…
Ita literally means proverbs, phrase or group of words with peculiar or special meanings different from the usual meaning of…
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Articles for learning Igala language
- Over View of Igala Studies
- IGALA CLAN SALUTATIONS
- Igala Kingdom in Perspective
- ANCIENT IGALA NUMERAL SYSTEM
- The Dialects of Igala Language
- Igala Language Studies and Development
- The maiden annual conference of the Igala studies association
- Organisation of the Igala Numeral System
- Igala Studies
- Igala alphabet – E
- A case for Igala language studies in the curriculum of agricultural extension in schools
- Igala language and Linguistic Adoption
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- Lack of quality documentation : Plaque to the growth of a language
- How Response to New Domains and Media affect the growth of Igala Language
- How many languages have already disappeared?
- What can be done to save a language from disappearing?
- What does UNESCO do to prevent the endangerment and disappearance of languages?
- What does it mean to say that a language is extinct?
- Lack of Intergenerational Language Transmission as a threath to Igala language
- How do you define an endangered language?
- Who made the UNESCO Atlas of the Worldâ€™s Languages in Danger?
- THE PROBLEM â€“ LANGUAGE DEATH
- Educational potentials of Igala language:
- Do new languages appear today?
- AKPO (Oral puzzles in Igala Language)
- The Totem of Igalapedia Logo
- EDUCATION AND RE-ORIENTATION OF IGALA CULTURAL VALUES
- Africans and African Humanism: What Prospects?
- Rediscovering Igala economic potentials and the need to Integrate Igala economy in Igala language studies in Nigeria 2
- Unit Expressions / Morphological Forms in the Igala Numeral system
- AKWU or ALO (Idoms)
- The Igala Kingdom
- The digital family theory of numbering (DIFTON)
- IGALA CLAN SALUTATIONS
- Igala terminologies for medical concepts steps towards creating a metalanguage
- Reanalysis of long vowel diphthong and CVV Syllable structure in Igala