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What is I love you in Idoma language?

Last Updated: 1st April, 2021

“Ndoka'o ga ga” literally means “I like you very much” but that's how to say “I love you” in Idoma, the language of the Idoma people of Benue State, the food basket of the nation.

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Hereof, what is the meaning of Idoma?

According to a user from Nigeria, the name Idoma is of African origin and means "God has done it".

Similarly, how do you say thank you in Tiv language? Tiv Greetings “Hi” “Msugh” Fun Fact: Msugh means, Hi, sorry, thank you, welcome and lot's more in Tiv. If you don't know what to say to a Tiv person just say Msugh!

Also asked, what does OYI mean in Idoma?

Na only Idoma I hear inside this statement. Maybe oyi means "person"? Lols, oyi means something like child although it's a generic term just like omor in Yoruba.

What is good morning in Benue language?

English Tiv Good Morning Under vee. Good Afternoon U pande vee. Good evening U pande-iyange-vee / U pande vee. Good night Yav dedoo.

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What is God in Idoma language?

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Who is the father of Idoma?

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Who is the father of Benue State?

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What is the culture of Idoma?

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Which tribe is idoma?

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What language is Tiv?

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What is thank you in Nigerian?

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