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WORDS LETTER U
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Word

Continuous Meaning

ENGLISH

NIGERIAN

 

 

 

 U.

 

 

 u dey craz

 

  are u crazy

 u dey worry ooo

 

  you are becoming a nuisances

 u go get fault

 

  you will sustain injury

 U.I

 

  University of Ibadan; First University in Nigeria

 ugh

 

  ugly

 una

 

  you people

 una

 

  you guys

 under g runs

 

  something secretive

 under repair

 

  being repaired; My moto is under repair

 under-say

 

  because, {for the reason that}

 uniben

 

  University of Benin

 uniform

 

  same material worn by members of a group; It is common for members of the same family, church group etc. to have a dress made up from identical cloth; used or ceremonial purposes

 unilag

 

  University of Lagos

 uniport

 

  University of port-harcourt

 unless

 

  used in response to a question, meaning roughly 'No, only x' Do you get oranges? Unless mango.

 unto the matter

 

  Straight to business/cut to the chase

 up nepa

 

  light is restored

 up nepa

 

  an expression used to praise Nepa when power is restored. See Nepa

 up stair

 

  one story building

 up to

 

  capable of doing; he is up to he can do it

 up-and-down

 

  woman's dress where the blouse and wrapper are made from the same material

 upliftment

 

  uplifting; This will contribute to the enlistment of the population; Often refers to more concrete items than in Standard English, for example, a new pump as opposed to moral improvement.

 upon all {that}

 

  despite that Upon all that, he still goes there

 upon say

 

  added to the fact that

 upstair

 

  storey building

 upstairs

 

  building with a second floor

 up-wine

 

  wine tapped from a standing oil palm

 up-yam

 

  aerial yam; Dioscorea bulbifera

 use

 

  in use to, implying to do; regularly he use to come here he comes here regularly. Marks habitual, extended to present from Standard English used to



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