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Names of Animals in Igbo Language
Learning animals’ names in Igbo language will be useful to those wishing to know which animal is which. In most cases, not many times will the local people use different language to say things. For example if a person is walking towards a lion in a village, local people would not be shouting lion, lion in a foreign language but in their local language and if the person doesn’t realise the shout, he would walk towards the lion. The following are some of animals’ names to comprehend: In English Language: cow and baby In Igbo Language: ehi na nwa; nne ehi na nwa ehi In English Language: pony In Igbo Language: nwa inyinya In English Language: deer In Igbo Language: mgbada In English Language: elephant In Igbo Language: enyi mba In English Language: horse and baby In Igbo Language: inyinya na nwa In English Language: lion In Igbo Language: agụ In English Language: monkey In Igbo Language: enwe In English Language: pig; pig and babies In Igbo Language: ezi; ezi na ụmụ In English Language: mouse In Igbo Language: oke In English Language: rabbit and mouse; pet rabbit and mouse In Igbo Language: ewi na oke; ewi ụlọ na oke In English Language: dog In Igbo Language: nkita In English Language: Cat In Igbo Language: bosi nwa ọbala; kat In English Language: baby dog In Igbo Language: nwa nkita; ụmụ nkita In English Language: sheep In Igbo Language: atụrụ In English Language: goat In Igbo Language: ewu In English Language: pig; wild pig In Igbo Language: ezi; ezi ohia In English Language: babies’ dog In Igbo Language: ụmụ nkita In English Language: sheep and baby In Igbo Language: atụrụ na nwa
Names of Animals in Igbo Language
Learning animals’ names in Igbo language will be useful to those wishing to know which animal is which. In most cases, not many times will the local people use different language to say things. For example if a person is walking towards a lion in a village, local people would not be shouting lion, lion in a foreign language but in their local language and if the person doesn’t realise the shout, he would walk towards the lion. The following are some of animals’ names to comprehend: In English Language: cow and baby In Igbo Language: ehi na nwa; nne ehi na nwa ehi In English Language: pony In Igbo Language: nwa inyinya In English Language: deer In Igbo Language: mgbada In English Language: elephant In Igbo Language: enyi mba In English Language: horse and baby In Igbo Language: inyinya na nwa In English Language: lion In Igbo Language: agụ In English Language: monkey In Igbo Language: enwe In English Language: pig; pig and babies In Igbo Language: ezi; ezi na ụmụ In English Language: mouse In Igbo Language: oke In English Language: rabbit and mouse; pet rabbit and mouse In Igbo Language: ewi na oke; ewi ụlọ na oke In English Language: dog In Igbo Language: nkita In English Language: Cat In Igbo Language: bosi nwa ọbala; kat In English Language: baby dog In Igbo Language: nwa nkita; ụmụ nkita In English Language: sheep In Igbo Language: atụrụ In English Language: goat In Igbo Language: ewu In English Language: pig; wild pig In Igbo Language: ezi; ezi ohia In English Language: babies’ dog In Igbo Language: ụmụ nkita In English Language: sheep and baby In Igbo Language: atụrụ na nwa

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