Popori



Popori means something that is good or cool and attractive

Example

Popori is good person and So much attractive


By Popori February 3, 2023

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Ngueme



To lack money

Example

Ngueme wan finish me


By NeaZi BriZ February 2, 2023

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No juice



You have none

Example

Bitch you gots no juice


By Jennifer Vincent February 1, 2023

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Pikin



Child

Example

See this small pikin


By Blessing Omozuafor Suleman January 18, 2023

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Agbero



Taught

Example

The guy na agbero


By Blessing Omozuafor Suleman January 18, 2023

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Olofofo



Gossiping exam she like olofofo too much.
She like Gossiping too much.

Example

Grace like olofofo


By Blessing Omozuafor Suleman January 18, 2023

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Cut Eye



To wink

Example

I de cut eye, de try give you signal


By Siyanbola Akin January 16, 2023

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Kpekus



A Nigerian Slang for Vagina

the word kpekus has it's roots in Sapele-Warri-Ughelli axis in Delta State, Nigeria. “Kpeku”' is an Urhobo/Isoko word for a sea shell that's shaped like a vagina

Example

Pidgin: Okpo leggo, kpekus rest

English: A prostitute dies, her vagina rests


By Mega January 10, 2023

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Omo



a generic term used to express various levels of bewilderment.

the Nigerian exclamation “Omo” has it's roots in the Pidgin capital of Nigeria Sapele-Warri-Ughelli axis. though the term “Omo” means child in Urhobo, Isoko, Yoruba, Edo, Esan & various other Nigerian languages the exclamation originated from Delta State as Deltans particularly scream “Obob” “Oboy” “Omo” “Oma” when bewildered

Example

Pidgin: Omo boy wey you bring your mind down

English: Bro, take a chill pill


By Mega January 10, 2023

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Shuo



An exclamation common amongst the Urhobo people.

Hwoo (pronounced: Kwooo) in Urhobo language later evolved to Shuoo, Shuuu, Shoo

Example

Pidgin: Shuo, wetin dey work you?

English: What the hell is wrong with you?


By Mega January 10, 2023

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