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Human Body Organs- Skeletons & Sense Organs The Five Sense Organ – Urhuegbe ẹmwaen n'ọre egbe Aro (eyes) Ehor (ears) Ihue (nose) Arramwen (tongue) Ukpunu (lips) [ukpẹ unu]

N'ah ya ghere (dẹghere) N'ah ya danmwehor N'ah ya hionron N'ah ya danmwemwin N'ah ya guan kevbe rri'evbare

Use in view Use in listening Use to breath Use to taste Use to speak and eat


External organs of the body – Urhuegbe

akon (teeth) aro (eyes) arramwen (tongue) avavaro (eye ball) ẹho-(troat ) ehor (ears) ẹrrerre ( brain) eto ihere (handpit) eto ihue (nose hair) eto uhun / etuhun (head hair ) ẹýaen ( neck ) ifuanro (eye lashes) ihue (nose) Toes - Ikpian’owẹ Fingers - Ikpian’bọ Teeth Akọn Knee Igbọn uhun (head) ukpunu (lips) [ukpẹ unu] / akhuarrunu uvun ihue (nose hole)

akhuarrunu (lips) akobọ akowẹ atatobọ (hand pam) atatowẹ (leg pam) ekia (penis) ihien obọ (hand finger neils) ihien owẹ (leg finger neils) ikpianbọ (hand fingers) ikpianwẹ (legs fingers) izabọ (showder) Mouth Unu, Foot Atata - owẹ Forehead - Uh’aro Face - Ugb’aro obọ errọmwan (right hand) obọ iyọmwan / agobọ (left hand) ovbukhon uhe (vargina) ukpekia (penis pik) urhuabọ ()

urhuawẹ () ẹko (stomach) ibuẹ ẹko (intestine) iyeke (back) ewen (breast) ẹwẹ (chest) Igbon (elbow) ekuabọ ekuawẹ Ihere (armpit) Forearm - Ekuaobọ Elbow - Ukoko’abọ Arm-pit - Ihere Breast Ewęn Palm Atata - obọ Anus - On’isan Buttocks - Ikebe Thigh – Ekuaowẹ Tongue - Aranmwẹn Hair - Eto Belly - Eko Back - Iyeke

Arhanmwen Emwioha notin - Insects - insectos Ikian – fly - mosca Asẹlẹ – cricket - grillo Atetere – grasshopper - saltamonte Udian – tsetse-fly - mosca de tsetse Ehenmwen – crocroach - cucaracha Ẹhuinhuan – bed bugs -Insectos de cama Imuen – mosquito -mosquito Labalaba – butterfly - mariposa Owon – bees -abejas Edon – termites - termitas Asaka – ants - hormigas Akpakpa - beetles - escarabajos Akpakpawanga – spider - aranya Ozi -


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. Owon

. Asaka

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. Edon

. Udian

Imuen

Akpakpa

Labalaba

Akpakpawanga

Ehenmwen

Ehuinhuan

Atetere

. Asแบนlแบน

Ikian


Avbe Kolor (Colors) vbe Edonaze Primary colors = Avbe kọlor okaro / Secondary colors = Avbe kọlor ogieva / Tertiary colors = Avbe kọlor ogieha

Kọlor okaro ọre avbe kọlor n'ah gha kun kugbe ọh ghi rrie kọlor ogieva ladian, debae, ah gha ku eh kọlor ogieva kugbe ọh ghi vbe rrie eh kọlor ogieha ladian. Avbe kọlor okaro ọre ododo, iblu kevbe uyẹlo ------------------------------------------------Primary colors are colors that when joined or mix, brings out secondary colors, while combination of secondary colors produce tertiary colors. Primary colors are red, blue and yellow.

(fuọfua) ẹfua / fua – white (khuikhui) ẹkhui / khui – black (ibulu ) ibulu / bulu – blue (ododo) ododo / dodo or nọba / ọba – red (uyẹlo) uyẹlo / yẹlo / owen – yellow (igirin) igirin / girin – green (upọpo) upọpo / pọpo purple


Emwin Owa kevbe Enodekaen - House Items and Environ.

uwowa (indoor) evanrada (passage) ukoni (kitchen) ibare (outside / compound) ẹzieken (behind the house) urhugha (room)

ukpu (cup) okpan (plate) kparakpu (plate) kuyẹ (spoon) ehor (knife) ikoroba (bucket)

uwuerren (chacco) emuen (ashes) urrukpa (light) erran (wood) ẹkpẹtin (box) ẹkpẹtinrota (radio)


egbowa (toilet) otọwa (floor) uhae (well) ewindo (window) ẹkhu (door) abẹkhu (door handle) isaen (key) uvoenkhu (key hole) ukhunrowa (celing)

iba (kitchen top) akhe (native pot for keeping cool water) uwawa (cooking pot) egasi (gas) esitovu (stove) emwiebo (glass plate) ugbẹbae (turning stick) olor (grinding montar)

ẹkpẹtinrughe (television) owẹ (broom) oyiya (comb) ughegbe (mirror) ukpokpo (stick) ikan (stick, sometimes caining stubborn children )

umwen (salt) ofigbon (oil) emiliki (milk) amen (water) ẹhien (peper) alubarra (onions) owon (honey)

ibata (shoe) ẹwu (shirt) utalawẹ (trouser) ebuluku (skirt) ẹrru (cap) epanti (pant/underwear) esọkisi (stockings) emiọrhọ (ear rings) ẹkpo (bag) Ahen - kitchen strainer Efrigi - Refrigirator/frigde Emikrowevi - microwave ọgọ ofigbon - oil bottle Ikoroba - Bucket Egasi ilevbare - Cooking gas ẹgbẹdin - drum / big gallon or barrel

Ukoni - kitchen Evbare - food Uwawa - pot Ehor - knife Ekuyẹ /Kuyẹ - spoon Ukpu - cup Ukpu emwiebo - glass cup Ukpu eroba - plastic cup Ukpu ebe - paper cup Ukpu aluminion - Aluminium cups Uko - can/ gallon/ barrel Ekparakpu / okpan - plate Urro - native mortar Odo - pounding mortar

iba (kitchen top) akhe (native pot for keeping cool water) egasi (gas) esitovu (stove) ugbẹbae (turning stick) olor (grinding montar) owẹ (broom) iyoko - stool


Edo Family Tree


Rrie iwanienmwen ye avbe inọta na : (owo) Vbe Ọmonruyi khin ne Iziegbe?....................................................... (eva) Vbe Errauyi khin ne Ọmonruyi?.................................................... (eha ) Inu emon Iziegbe biẹ kevbe vbe ah tie ihian?........................................................... (enen) Vbe Adesuwa vbe Ẹhigiator khin ne imuentinýan?................................................. (isen ) Inu Eyẹ Errauyi mwen kevbe vbe ah tie ihian?............................................... (ehan) Vbe Ẹhigiator khin ne Ọbasohan?........................................... (ihinron) Vbe Uwaila, Uýinmwen, Ivie kevbe imuentinýan khin ne Ediagbonya?................................ (erenren) Vbe Ẹkogiawe khin ne Ẹdokpọlor?............................................. (ihinrin) Vbe Iziegbe khin ne Ogieva?..................................................... (igbe) Vbe Ọmonruyi khin ne Uvbi, Ẹhigie kevbe Ẹfe?............................................ (owọrọ) Arra avbe emwinbíemon Ọmonruyi?............................................. (iweva) Vbe ah tie emwinbíemon (Erra vb'iye) Uvbi kevbe vb'ihian khin ne Ọmonruyi?......................... (iweha) Vbe ah tie ivbie Uwaila kevbe Ọbasohan kevbe de emwin n'ihian khin n'egbe?....................... (iwenen) Vbe ah tie Iye n'ọkhua ọghe Ivie?......................................................... (ekesugie) Vbe ah tie Ọdafen Ẹkogiawe kevbe, vbe ọh khin ne Ediagbonya?....................................

(1) What is Ọmonruyi to Iziegbe?................................................. (2) Who is Errauyi to Ọmonruyi?......................................... (3) How many children have Iziegbe and what are they called?....................................... (4) What is Adesuwa and Ẹhigiator to imuentiýan?..................................... (5) How many grand children have Errauyi and what are they called?............................ (6) What is Ẹhigiator to Ọbasohan?....................................... (7) What are Uwaila, Uýinmwen, Ivie and imuentinýan to Ediagbonya?............................................ (8) What is Ẹkogiawe to Ẹdokpọlor?.......................................... (9) What is Iziegbe to Ogieva?............................................. (10) What is Ọmonruyi to Uvbi, Ẹhigie and Ẹfe?.................................................... (11) Who are Ọmonruyi's parents?.............................................. (12) What are the names of Uvbi's parents and who are they to Ọmonruyi?...................................... (13) What is the names of Uwaila and Ọbasohan's children and what are they to each other?........... (14) What is the name of Ivie's grandmother?.................................... (15) What is the name of Ẹkogiawe's husband and what is he to Ediagbonya?.................................


Avbe Eke vbe Edonaze - Places in Edonaze Owisimwiegbe – Hospital

Ẹki – Market

Sukuigari – Kindergarten/Nursery sch

Eke ne Bọsi na mudia (iMudia-eBosi) - Bus Stop

Owirhuẹmwin biẹleka - Owugamwen – Church Primary Sch

Ugbo - Farm

Owa ọdionwere – Communiy head/leader's house

Owarriọba – Government House

Owirhuẹmwin – Secondary Sch

Sinima - Cinema

Owedisiko - Discotech

Owa ẹkpẹtin-ughe – Television House

Owebenonyosẹ University

Sitadion - Stadiun

Owa ẹkpẹtin-ọta – Radio House

Ovbiẹki – Small market / Supermarket

Isimwina – Workshop/ Store/ Work place / Comàny

Ovbiowa – Kiosk

Owigbiagia - Redlight house


Owemwienvbo Museum

ọguedion – Community Shrine

Ẹguae – Palace

Ẹzẹ - River

Owa ikuibieka Amuesement Park

Owolakpa – Police Station

Eke ne Tazi na mudia (iMudia-eTazi) - Taxi Stop

Aruosa – Edo Religion's House

Potiri/ Owọkhọkhọ Poultry

Itẹ – Cementary


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