Learn About Money in Igbo

In Igbo language money is called ego

ụlọ ego means bank

akwụkwọ ego means bank notes

aghirigha ego means coins

ahia means market

agara mụ ahia means I went to the market

zuta means buy

azutara mụ ihe meaning I bought something

re means sell or re ihe means sell something

achọrọ mụ izu means I want to buy

kwe ọnu  means price it or say your price

o di ọnu means the price is high

o di ọnu mma means the price is okay

kwuo ugwo or kwuo ego means pay or pay what you owe or pay money

 

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Learn About Motor Vehicles in Igbo

In English motor vehicle means something used to transport people or goods.
In Igbo language motor vehicle means moto or ụgbọ.

In English language land means ala in Igbo language.
In English language high up or high in the air means elu in Igbo language.
In English language water means mmịrị in Igbo language.

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When someone says in Igbo language ụgbọ ala, the person is referring to those vehicles that run on the land such as lorries, vans, buses but mostly the person is referring to cars.

When someone says in Igbo language ụgbọ elu, the person is referring to those vehicles that run on air such as helicopters, aircrafts, jets but mostly the person is referring to aeroplanes.

When someone says in Igbo language ụgbọ mmịrị, the person is referring to those vehicles that run on water, sea or ocean such as boats, yachts, ferries but mostly the person is referring to ships.

 

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