3 edition of Urhobo Language Today found in the catalog.
July 9, 2007
by Malthouse Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Tanure Ojaide (Editor), Rose Aziza (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||172|
Literature. There is literature for both the Urhobo and Isoko languages. There are Bibles and Christian hymn books for both languages. There are also dictionaries for Urhobo, written by Ukere, Osubele, Juliua Arerierian and Akpobome Diffre-Odiete. While all the former ones are bilingual, the last one by Diffre-Odiete is a multilingual dictionary of English, Okpe, Urhobo and Uvwie, with over. The Urhobo has been written side by side with English interpretations and the work is accompanied by an audio cassette to aid beginners in pronunciation and easy listening at home or on the road. The vocabulary used in the book has been carefully selected to include words that are used daily in a typical Urhobo .
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Toronto-based Urhobo speaker Rita Makolomi shares stories of her home village in Delta State, Nigeria. To view subtitles in Urhobo and English, click the (cc. Urhobo language is both complex and beautiful. There are thirty six (36) alphabets; 7 vowels; 18 Consonants; 10 Compound Consonants and 1 Complex Consonant. VOWELS: There are Seven vowels in the Urhobo alphabets – A E Ẹ I O Ọ U, 2 more than the English alphabets.
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This is a pioneering work on Urhobo language, and since language is not the restricted domain of only scholars of linguistics, other aspects of the language or issues that impinge on language use are also discussed in this collection of essays by a eleven experts drawn from research institutes and universities.
Since literature is a vehicle of language, the proverbs and axioms of the language 5/5(1). Urhobo Language Today edited by Tanure Ojaide, Rose Aziza This is a pioneering work on Urhobo language, and since language is not the restricted domain of only scholars of linguistics, other aspects of the language or issues that impinge on language use are also discussed in this collection of essays by a eleven experts drawn from research.
Urhobo Language Today by Tanure Ojaide,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). vi The Urhobo language today Preface This is a pioneering work in Urhobo Studies and meant to generate interest in the new discipline, which has recently been introduced to the curriculum of Delta State University.
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The vocabulary used in the book has been carefully selected to include words that are used daily in a typical Urhobo setting. The sentences are written in simple forms to gently expand the learners’ vocabulary while some proverbs and idioms have been included because no Urhobo can be spoken in public without the inclusion of these beautiful.
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Help us in creating the largest English-Urhobo dictionary online. Simply log in and add new translation. Glosbe is a collaborative project and every one can add (and remove) translations. It makes our dictionary English Urhobo real, as it is created by native speakers people, that uses language.
Urhobo dictionaries have been compiled by Ukere, Osubele, Ebireri Okrokoto of Urhobo Language Institute, and Julius Arerierian. [ citation needed ]. A wordlist of Nouns and verbs of Okpe, Urhobo and Uvwie was compiled by Akpobọmẹ Diffrẹ-Odiete with funding from Ethnicity: Urhobo people.
The bulk of the Urhobo people reside in the southwestern states of Delta and Bayelsa in Nigeria, also referred to as the Niger is an Urhobo community in Sagbama, Local Government Area, in Bayelsa.
Ofoni is about 40 kilometers by water to Urhobos live in small and major cities in regions or local government areas in Ughelli, Warri, Abraka, Orerokpe and Sapele. The Urhobo is the major ethnic group in Delta State. The Urhobos speak the Urhobo language.
The Urhobo culture is related to several cultures in the Niger-Delta. Isoko is closely related in language and culture, leading to the missionaries erroneously labelling the Urhobo and Isoko cultural groups as Sobo.Help us in creating the largest Urhobo-English dictionary online.
Simply log in and add new translation. Glosbe is a collaborative project and every one can add (and remove) translations. It makes our dictionary Urhobo English real, as it is created by native speakers people, that uses language .This unique book is the product of pioneering research carried out by scholars native to the Urhobo culture and language.
Unlike many of the other major ethnic cultures in Nigeria, which were studied by Western anthropologist in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the Urhobo language and culture remained neglected.
Studies in Urhobo Culture represents a comparatively new area of research /5(2).