Base on who u be



1. A phrase used to sweet talk somebody into an agreement with you or getting something from them. Directly translate to "Because of who you are or how influential you are".

2. An insincere praise in order to persuade someone to do something for you.

Example

1. Baby base on who u be my heart don off
2. Base on who u be - Make i drink one bottle for your head


By AMANi June 20, 2018

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Kabu-Kabu



An informal term for a taxi cab that plies designated routes within a city

Example

Make we stroll reach junction then enter kabu kabu go James place


By X August 16, 2016

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Obasanjo Arithmetic



Choose a leader that is sick and support him with a leader that is well.

Example

Nigeria has been running on Obasanjo Arithmetic since 2007


By John Doe May 9, 2017

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Before before



In the past

Example

Things no dey like this before before


By isichei kelving July 15, 2017

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Peegin



Is a pidgin english dictionary, where anyone can define the meaning of any word without hassle.

Example

Check the meaning for Peegin dictionary


By AMANi August 15, 2016

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Ode



An idiot or fool.
Stupid person.

Example

Teacher: Class what is 5-3?
Student:That should be 5 sir..once you carry the one.
Class: Ode.


By IrishIgboGirl April 28, 2017

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Faaji



The pleasure felt when having a good time.

Example

Make we follow go faaji


By Godswill Uduak-Abasi Bernard February 26, 2018

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Baddo



1. Someone who is highly respected or seen as very good at what they do.
2. Someone who commands a lot of respect,power,influence, or authority.

Example

1. See as everybodi jus dey hail yu, yu bi baddo o.!
2. Dat guy na baddo.


By Godswill Uduak-Abasi Bernard February 20, 2018

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Len



Eat
Eating

Example

Bros come make we len abeg.
Len don ready oo


By George E B Victor May 10, 2018

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Dat one na grammar



Phrase of dismissal to show that something is not practical or too complex, or maybe just impossible.

Example

Dat one na grammar, you go give me my money today.


By Godswill Uduak-Abasi Bernard February 21, 2018

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