English Translation for ojí -ẹgọ́
Synonyms : ojí -ẹgọ́
o + jí + ẹ + gọ + ́
Word Structure - Un-contracted form : ojí -ẹgọ́
Word Structure - Contracted form : ojí -ẹgọ́
Spelling & word formation : ojí -ẹgọ́
compound words with dash
Part of speech
Yet to be updated
Figure of speech
Yet to be updated
Place your Adverts Here
Articles for learning Igala language
- Igala alphabet – Ọ
- Igala alphabet – I
- Igala alphabet – E
- Igala alphabet – U
- Overview of Igala alphabets
- The morphosyntax of Igala verbs
- The maiden annual conference of the Igala studies association
- Igala Studies
- Overcoming the scare of language extinction a case for the Igala language
- A case for Igala language studies in the curriculum of agricultural extension in schools
- Igala terminologies for medical concepts steps towards creating a metalanguage
- Unit Expressions / Morphological Forms in the Igala Numeral system
This space is vacant for Adverts
Do you believe language can die?
- Lack of quality documentation : Plaque to the growth of a language
- Relevance of Igala language in education:
- How Response to New Domains and Media affect the growth of Igala Language
- THE PROBLEM – LANGUAGE DEATH
- Which are the regions with the most endangered languages?
- What can be done to save a language from disappearing?
- Educational potentials of Igala language:
- What are the causes of language endangerment and disappearance?
- Lack of Intergenerational Language Transmission as a threath to Igala language
- How many languages have already disappeared?
- What does it mean to say that a language is extinct?
- Need for adequate materials for Language Education and Literacy.
- The Igala Kingdom
- OHIAKA or OHIALA (Story telling)
- OKPA – ATA (THE SCEPTER)
- Ejubejuailo – the ATA’s pectoral mask
- History of Igalapedia Project
- Threats to the growth of Igala language
- IGALA:Towards evolving strategies for the preservation of a threatened language
- Repositioning indigenous theatre and language for cultural awareness among the Igala youths
- List of Nigerian languages spoken by less than 5000 people
- Igala alphabet – A
- TABOO AS AN ASPECT OF IGALA CULTURE
- AKPO (Oral puzzles in Igala Language)