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KW Words for Nigerian
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IGBO DICTIONARY

IGBO-ENGLISH-BEKEE

 

IGBO

Word

Continuous Meaning

ENGLISH

BEKEE

 

 

 

KW.

 

 

 

 

 

kwa-izuka

 

weekly

kwa-onwa

 

monthly

 kwa-arọ

 

 yearly

 kwa, kwọ

 

  also; in addition to {additive, denoting repetition, emphasis, or an action in addition to an action previously mentioned; occurs after verbs and nominals}

 

 Jekwa

 Go again

 

 Kwekwanụ u kwe afụ ọzọ

 Please sing that song again

 

 Onye kwa nụ bụ ṅke a?

 Who else is this?

 

 Gịnị kwọ bụdụ ṅke a?

 What is this again?

 

 O sikwọike

 He is very strong

 

 Ị bịarọkwọnụ akwụkwọ ṅnyaafụ

  I'm sure you didn't come to school yesterday

 

 mekwa

 do again

 

 rikwa

 eat again

 kwa

 

  pack; carry off; clear away

 

 ọkwụkwa

 packing; carrying off

 

 kwachakọ

 take away everything

 

 kwachi

 move into place vacated by another

 

 kwachị

 remove to another house

 

 kwadebe

 prepare; propose to do something; bring everything near

 

 kwado

 prepare; get ready; pack for journey

 

 Akwadọ m ije afịa

 I amready to go to market

 

 kwafe

 move over; remove {belongings to another house}

 

 nkwafe

 transfer {by packing bag and baggage and going to another place}

 

 kwaghalị

 move {things} about

 

 Ọ na-akwaghalị ife ya

 He is moving his things about

 

 kwa ibu

 pack loads, belongings, luggage

 

 Ọ bụlụ na ị kpachapụrọ anya ndi oriị ga-akwa ibu niiịne dị n'ụnọ gị

 If you are not careful thieves will carry off all the loads in your house

 

 kwaju

 gather and fill; amass

 

 kwakọ

 pack up; pack together

 

 Anyị na-akwakọ ife anyị ọnụ

 We are bringing our belongings together

 

 kwakọba

 gather together {into}; collect; prepare

 

 kwakọlụ

 take, remove everything; pack away everything

 

 kwakọta

 pack things together

 

 kwalụ

 pack up

 

 Ọ kwalụife ya wee naa

 He packed up and went home

 

 kwalụ afịa

 pack and move wares away

 

 kwanye ọkụ

 stir up a fire; accelerate a car; stir up {trouble}

 

 Ọ kwanyelụ nsọgbu a

 He stirred up this crisis

 

 kwa obi

 settle {in a place}

 

 Akwago m obi n'Enugwu

 I've settled in Enugu

 

 kwapụ

  clear out everything

 

 kwa ụzọ

  open road {by clearing}; prepare way

 kwa

 

  weep; cry; lament

 

 kwa akwa

 cry; weep; lament

 

 kwakpọsị anya

 cry bitterly {blind oneself with tears}; keep funeral

 

 Anyị na-akwa Ije

 We are keeping Ije's funeral

 

 ọkwụkwa

 keeping of funeral; funeral ceremony

 

 Ije nwụlụ ṅnyaafụ ma a ga-ebido ọkwụkwa ya echi

 Ije died yesterday but his funeral will begin tomorrow

 

 kwa ozu

 perform burial ceremony; keep funeral

 

 A ga-akwa ozu echi

 A funeral will take place tomorrow

 

 akwamozu

 funeral ceremony

 

 Anyị ga-eje akwamozu echi

 We shall attend a funeral ceremony tomorrow; cry {of animals and birds}

 

 Oko ọkpa kwalụ

 The cock crowed

 

 Ugọlo ọm a na-akwa

 The crows are cawing

 

 Akilị na-akwa

 Frogs croak

 

 kwa mmaalụ

  regret

 

 I ga-akwalụ ṅkaa mmaalụ

 You'll regret this

 

 Ọ kwalụ mmaalụ na o melụ ya

 He's sorry he did it

 kwa

 kwa ụkwala

  cough

 

 {ụkwala} kwa

 have a cough

 kwa

 

  sew

 

 ọkwụkwa

 sewing

 

 kwa {akwa}

 sew {cloth}

 

 kwachi

 repair; patch {up}

 

 Kwachielụ m akwa m

 Patch my clothes for me

 

 kwakọdo

 sew together

 

 kwa nga agba

 tie bandage under chin of a dead person

 

 ọkwa akwa

 tailor {sewer of clothes}

 kwa

 

  well; so as to restore good condition

 

 dokwa

 repair; put in the proper position; settle quarrel

 

 Ọ na-eje idokwa motọ ya me mmebi

 She is going to repair her lorry which has got a fault

 

 Ọ ga-edokwa ya bụ okwu

 He will settle that case

 

 jikwa

 dress {someone else}

 

 lụkwa

 repair

 

 mekwa, mekwata

 repair; please by an action; give a tip, small present

 

 Ọ si na ya ama ana ma ọ bụlụ na fa emekwatarọ ya

 He said he would not go if he was not pleased {i.e. if something was not done to please him}

 

 nọkwalụ

 sit firm, well

 kwa

 

  every; each {with reference to periods of time}

 

 kwa anyasi

  every evening

 

 kwa arọ

 yearly; annually

 

 kwa daa

 daily

 

 kwa efifie

 every midday

 

 kwa izụ

 weekly

 

 kwa mbọsi

 daily

 

 kwa mgbede

 every evening

 

 kwa ọnwa

 monthly

 

 kwa ụchichi

 nightly

 

 kwa ụbọsị

 every day; daily

 

 kwa ụt ụtụ

  every morning

 kwa

 

  push

 

 ọkwụkwa

 pushing

 

 kwa aka

 push; urge; drive

 

 kwabanye

 push in; hustle in

 

 kwabanye ya nime ụnọ

 hustle himinside the house

 

 kwada

 push down

 

 kwado

 support; hold up; stop from falling

 

 kwafe

 push over

 

 kwaghe

 push open

 

 kwakọ

 push together

 

 kwakọ isi nisi

 set people at loggerheads

 

 kwakpọ

 overthrow; push down; demolish

 

 kwanị ọkụ

 fan fire; instigate someone to do something

 

 kwanye

 push in

 

 kwasi ike

 push firmly

 

 kwatụ

 knock down; push down

 

 kwa ụzọ

  open a road; prepare way

 kwa

 

  miss; slip

 ọkwụkwa disappointment; missing {something} as a result of some hindrance

 

 

 

 Ọ bụ egwu ọkwụkwa melụ na ị fụrọ onye isi egwu ụmụ agbọghọ a sị na ọ bụ ya manarisịlị egwu agba n' Ogidi

 It is your missing the dance that prevented your seeing the leader of young women's dance, reputed to be the greatest dancer in Ogidi

 

 Egwu afụ mụ ejedorọọ bụ m nnukwu ife ọkwụkwa

  {The dance that I did not meet is to me a great disappointment} I'm very disappointed about missing the dance

 

 Ọ bụife ọkwụkwa melụ na mụ esọrọ nnene akwụkwọ n'ụka a je

 Something prevented me fromtaking the examination this week

 

 Olili na ọnụnụ dị nebe a ṅnyaafụ akwago gi

 You have missed the feasting that took place here yesterday

 

 kwacha

 slip off and fall down

 kwa

 

  blow {e.g. pipe}; sing

 

 ọkwa abụ

  soloist

 

 ọkwa ọja

 piper; flute-player

 kwa

 

  pour, spill {water, liquid}

 

 kwafụ

 spill

 

 Ọ kwafụlụ mmiliị

 He spilt the water, or He poured away the water

 kwa

 kwa ụta

 regret; be sorry

 kwa-cha

 

  scrape; chip

 

 kwacha akwacha

 chip; scrape

 

 kwacha ji {ede}

 cut off roots of yam{cocoyam}

 kwalikwata

 

  louse, very stubborn, found on clothes, pubic hair, etc. of habitually dirty persons { igwu louse}

 kwa-sa

 

  see kwa-sị

 kwa-sị 1, kwa-sa

 

  upon; on

 

 dakwasị

 fall upon {of thing}

 

 Ọ dakwasi nenu ọche

 It fell on the chair

 

 Ọ nokwasi nenu ikpo akwụ

 She sits on the heap of palm nuts

 

 O biikwasi ya aka

 He lays his hands on him

 kwa-sị

 

  again

 

 kwukwasị

 speak again

 

 mekwasị

 do again

 kwe

 

  believe; agree; obey; be willing; permit

 

 Nwoke afụ kwesilịị ja ike

 The man deserves praise

 

 ọkwukwe

 agreement

 

 kwekọ

 agree together

 

 nkwekọ

 agreement; harmony

 

 kwekọlịta

 come to an agreement

 

 Anyị ekwekọlịtago

 We have come to an agreement

 

 kwelụ

 accept

 

 kwe nisi

 nod the head

 

 kwenye

 agree; allow

 

 kwenyelụ

 agree with

 

 kwesị

 deserve; be fitting; be suitable; correspond

 

 ọkwụkwe

 belief; faith

 

 ụkwe

 assent

 kwe

 

  sing

 

 kwe ụkwe

 sing hymns, songs in chorus

 

 ụkwe

 song; hymn

 kwe

 

  grip

 

 kwedo aka

 lay hold of

 

 kwe n'aka

 shake hands

 

 kwerụbe

 shake {e.g. bottle of oil}

 

 nkweko aka

 wrist

 kwe

 

  bargain; price

 

 kweda

 lower {price}

 

 kwe ọnụ

 offer {a price}

 kwe

 

  set, prepare for use {something involving strings}

 

 kwe akwa

 weave cloth {usu. with hand loom}

 

 kwe ọnya

 set {rope, wire} trap

 

 kwe ụta

 string a bow

 

 kwezi ụta

 re-string a bow

 kwo

 

  pluck, extract forcibly or prematurely; remove fromposition {e.g. fruit, foetus} prematurely

 

 ọkwukwo

 plucking

 

 kwo eze

 take out, extract teeth; lose tooth {teeth}

 

 eze nkwo

 loss of tooth {teeth}

 

 kwosị ugbene

 pluck feathers

 

 dakwo

 {of fruit} fall fromtree before it is ripe

 

 kakwo

 {of fruits} pluck prematurely

 

 takwo

 {of fruits} eat unripe

 

 Ọ na-atakwo ugiliị acharọ acha

 She is eating an unripe wild mango

 kwọ

 

  be crowded; be in a rush; rush; jerk

 

 ọkwụkwọ

 rushing

 

 kwọba

 rush in

 

 kwọbata

 rush in

 

 kwọ ekwọ

 rush in numbers

 

 kwọ ekwọlọ

 envy; contest enviously

 

 kwọjili

 rush violently

 

 kwọ ọnwụ

 be at point of death; struggle with death

 

 kwọpụ

 rush out

 

 mmili na-ekwo ekwọ

 tap or streamwhere there is a rush of people wishing to fetch water; fast-flowing stream, river, water-way

 

 Mmili {pọmpụ} Ụmụagụ na-ekwo ekwọ n'ụtụtụ

 There is usually a rush at the stream {tap} of Ụmụagụ in the mornings

 

 {mmiliị} kwọ

  undergo a rush of people anxious to fetch water {of a stream}; rush, flow rapidly {of water-way, stream}

 

 {pọmpụ} kwọ

 be surrounded by anxious, pushing crowd trying to get water {of tap}

 kwọ

 

  uproot

 

 kwo ililo

 uproot a plant

 kwọ

 kwọ ekwọlọ

 envy; be jealous of

 kwọ

 kwọ ụla

 snore

 kwọ

 

  see kwa

 kwọ

 

  grind; grate; saw; rub; {with aka as object} wash {hands}

 

 ọkwụkwọ

 grinding; grating; sawing

 

 Fa na-akwọ osisi fa gbụlụ ṅnyaafụ

 They are sawing the tree they felled yesterday

 

 kwọ aka

 wash the hands

 

 kwọ akpụ

 grate cassava; make gari

 

 Ọ na-akwọ akpụ ọ ga-eji ghe galị

 She is grating the cassava with which she is going to make farina

 

 kwọbe

 saw asunder

 

 Any qị chọlụijiị mma ọdụ kwọbe osisi dachilị ụzọ

 We want to saw asunder the tree which fell across the road

 

 kwọcha

 file

 

 kwọcha isi

 be bald

 

 isi nkwọcha

 baldness; bald head {i.e. as if head has been scraped}

 

 onye isi nkwọcha

 bald-headed person

 

 kwọ igbi

 rub the gums {of teething child}

 

 kwọjipụ

  saw off

 

 kwọ mụlụmụlụ

 be smooth {of stone}; be very smooth and shining

 

 kwọ ose

 grind pepper

 

 Ọ na-akwọ ose

 She is grinding pepper

 

 ṅkwọ ọse

 pepper-grinder {stone, machine, etc.}

 

 kwọ ọka

 grind corn

 

 Ị na-akwọ ọka ị ga-eji me nni ọka?

 Are you grinding the corn with which to prepare pap?

 

 kwọpịa

 grind to little bits or pulp; crush; mash

 

 {motọ} kwọpịa

 be crushed {by lorry or any vehicle}

 

 Motọ ga-akwọpịagị ị si otụ ụbọsi m aka na ị dị achalụ motọ ọfụma

 A lorry will crush your head one day because you never give way properly to lorries

 

 kwọze

 grind to pulp; reduce by grinding

 

 kwọze

 {slang, usually among school-children} snack, small edibles like akala, groundnuts, elele, bought and eaten by school-children during the recess period by those who can afford it

 

 ta kwọze

 eat such snacks

 kwọ

 

  scoop up {water}

 

 kwọ mmiliị

 bale; dip up water {with hands or container}

 

 kwọsa mmiliị

 throw water over the hands or body {as in taking a shower}; wipe off water fromthe floor or any wide surface {also - kwọcha}

 kwọ

 

  carry on the back

 

 kwọlụ

 carry on the back {e.g. child}

 

 kwọ nnwa

 carry child on the back

 

 Kwọlụ nnwa

 Carry the child on your back

 

 kwọ nnwa n'azụ

 carry child on the back

 

 kwọpụ

 put down fromthe back something carried on it

 kwu

 

  speak

 

 ọkwukwu

 speaking

 

 kwubi

 end a speech

 

 Biko, kwubizịa okwu afụ

 Please, end that speech

 

 kwubido

 interrupt

 

 kwubulu

 foretell; say beforehand

 

 kwudebe

 cease speaking

 

 kwudide

 continue speaking

 

 kwu ekwulekwu

 talk excessively or like a chatter-box; nag

 

 kwu ezi okwu

 speak the truth

 

 Ọ bụ ezi okwu ka mna-ekwu

 I am speaking the truth

 

 kwufie

 speak wrongly, incorrectly

 

 kwughalị

 say the opposite of what one said before

 

 kwujọ

 speak evil of

 

 kwukwasị

 speak again

 

 kwulụ

 blaspheme; revile

 

 kwu mpụ

 talk at random

 

 kwunyị

 overwhelm with talking

 

 I kwu nyi m!

 You overwhelmme with talk!

 

 kwu ọfega, kwu ofega

 talk in a flippant way

 

 kwu okwu

 speak; utter words

 

 kwu okwu alụ

  speak abominable word{s}

 

 kwu okwu asị

 speak falsehood

 

 kwu okwu azụ

 slander; back-bite

 

 Ọ na-ekwu m okwu azụ

 He is talking about me behind my back

 

 kwu okwu ụgha

 speak falsehood

 

 kwu ọnụ naabọ

 say different things on different occasions or to different people

 

 kwupụ

 speak out

 

 kwupụta

 speak out; confess

 

 O kwu pụtago echiche ya

 He has put forward his views

 

 nkwupụta

 confession; profession {of faith, etc.}

 

 kwusa{sị}

 proclaim; declare; publish abroad

 

 kwusasịba

 begin to spread news in all directions

 

 kwusi ike

 speak strongly, loudly

 

 kwute

 make mention of

 

 kwutọ, kwutị

 slander; speak evil of

 

 Ekwu tọsị

 female name {Don't slander}

 

 nkwutọ

 evil-speaking

 

 kwuwa

 speak plainly

 

 kwuwapụ

 speak out plainly

 

 Chineekwu

 female name {It is God who speaks, i.e. it is God who says what will happen}

 

 ekwulekwu

 excessive talking; nagging

 

 okwu

 speech

 

 ọka ekwukwu

 chatterbox

 

 ọnụ na-ekwulụ

  spokesman

 

 ọnụ na-ekwulụ

 our spokesman

 

 anyị, Ọji bụ ọnụ na-ekwulụ anyị

 Ọjị is our spokesman

 

 ọnụ na-ekwulụ ọra

 spokesman of the public, all

 kwu, kwụ

 

 cork

 

 kwuchi

 cork; stopper

 

 nkwuchi

 cork; covering

 

 kwuchi ọnụ

 cover, plug hole, mouth, opening

 

 okwuchi, okwu

 stopper; cork; cover

 

 kwụghe

 open; uncover

 kwu, ku

 

  to; towards

 

 chekwube

 trust in

 

 Chekwube Chineke

 Trust in God

 

 nchekwube

 trust; confidence

 

 Nchekwube anyqị di na Chineke

 Our trust is in God

 

 gbakwu{te}, gbakurịta

 run towards, to

 

 Ọ na-agbakwu nne ya

 She is running to her mother

 

 jekwu

 go to; towards

 

 Achọ m ijekwu nna m

 I want to go to my father

 

 kpụkwu

 move, crawl towards

 

 Ọ na-akpụkwu nwa nne ya

 She is moving towards her sister

 kwu

 

  more; more of

 

 likwu

 eat more

 

 Ị chọ iliịkwu nni?

 Do you want to eat more food?

 

 mụkwụ

 read more {of}

 

 Ọ chọ ịmụkwụ akwụkwọ

 She wants to study further

 

 nụlụkwu

 drink more of

 

 Nụlụkwue mmiilị

 Drink more water

 

 wetakwu

 bring more {of}

 

 Wetakwuelụ m mmadụ naabọ

 Bring me two more persons

 kwụ

 

  cover; cover with lid; invert

 

 kwụchi

 close {opening}

 

 Kwụchie ite siị nọkụ

 Cover the pot on the fire

 

 kwụchikpọ

 cover in

 

 kwụghe

 open {bottle, tin, pot, etc.}

 

 kwụghepụ

 uncover

 

 kwụpụ

 uncork {a bottle, etc.}

 kwu-do

 

 meet

 kwu-kọ, kwụ-kọ

 

  join, piece together

 kwụkọ aka

 rub the hands together in supplication

 

 

 kwukọnye, kwụkọnye

 join, piece together

 kwụkwụ

 

  hold together, clench {of hand}

 

 kwụkwụ aka

 clench, close the hand

 

 nkwukwụ aka

 fist

 kwụkwụ

 

  be foolish

 kwụlikwụli

 me kwụlikwụli

 behave like a harmless madman

 kwụlu

 ọnwa kwụlu ọnwa

 month after month

 

 arọ kwụlu arọ

 year after year

 

 nnụ kwụlu nnụ

 thousands upon thousands; million{s}

 

 Nnụ kwụlu nnụ ndi be anyị na-eje Obọdọ Oyibo kwa arọ

 Thousands of our people go to Europe each year

 kwụ

 

  pay

 

 ọkwụkwụ

 paying

 

 Ana m abịa ịkwụ onye obụna dịka ọlụ ya silị dị

 I am coming to pay everyone according to his work

 

 Ibi ego ada adị ọlọ ka ọkwụkwụ ya

 Borrowing money is not usually as difficult as repaying it

 

 kwụchigha

 pay back; repay; refund

 

 kwụ ngọ

 pay bride-price; repay the bride-price paid on a wife

 

 ọkwụkwụ ngọ

 payment of bride price

 

 kwụta

 send payment {of debt or wages, to speaker}

 

 Ọ kwụt agolụ m ụgwọ o ji m

 She has sent payment of his debt to me

 

 kwụ ụgwo

 pay wages, debt

 

 Kwụa m ụgwọ m

 Pay me my wages, or Pay your debt to me

 

 ọkwụkwụ {ụgwọ}

  payment {of debt, wages}

 

 akwụcha akwụcha

 irredeemable; that which can never be completely repaid; debt which can never be completely liquidated

 kwụ

 

  stand; set

 

 kwụba

 stand {something}; place

 

 kwụbido

 interfere; stand in the way of

 

 kwụchi

 resist; stand in front of; block someone's view; replace; stand in for

 

 kwụ chịm

 be firm; stand firm; be firmly established or secure in a place {of person}

 

 kwụdebe

 stand near

 

 kwụdo

 meet; fall in with; overtake; stand on

 

 kwụghalị

 loiter

 

 kwụlụ n'ụsọlọ

 be in a line, single file

 

 kwụlụ ọtọ

  see kwụ ọtọ

 

 kwụ ọtọ

 stand upright, straight; be right, upright, just

 

 kwụrube

 stand around

 

 kwụsị

 stop; stay

 

 Ọ chọ ịkwụsị motọ

 He wants to stop the car

 

 nkwụsị

 termination; abolition

 

 kwụsi ike

 stand firm

 

 kwụ ụgba

 turn a somersault

 

 kwụzi

 make straight

 

 akwụdo akwụdo

 instability; shakiness; that which is never stable

 kwụ

 

  hang

 

 kwụba

 hang

 

 kwụba akwa

 hang up a cloth

 

 kwụ efe

 swing to and fro; be neutral

 

 kwụ elili

 commit suicide by hanging

 

 kwụfe

 suspend; hang

 

 kwụfeghalị

 swing; hang around

 

 kwụgbu

 kill by hanging

 

 kwụ ụdọ

 commit suicide {by hanging}; hang oneself

 kwụ

 

  smoke

 

 kwụ alụl?ụ

 be misty

 

 kwụ anwụlụ

 smoke {of a fire}

 

 kwụgbu

 suffocate by smoke

 

 kwụni, kwuni

 rise {of mist, smoke, etc.}

 kwụ

 

  jump

 

 ọkwụkwụ

 jumping

 

 kwụba

 jump in

 

 kwụda

 lower; let down

 

 kwụfe

 jump over

 

 kwụpụ

 jump off

 

 kwụtụ

 jump down

 kwụ

 

  see kwu

 

 

 

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