Yoruba Alphabet

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Yoruba alphabet AND THEIR MEANINGS. (Alufabẹẹti/ABD Yorùbá)

Yoruba alphabet: Yoruba language is spoken by over 28 million people and mostly dominant in Southwest Nigeria and other countries such as Benin and Togo, Brazil and USA.

The alphabet is the set of 25 letters (from A to Y) that is used to represent Yoruba in writing.It’s important to understand that the letters of the alphabet do not always represent the same sounds of Yoruba.

 

 

A - AJA - DOG- YORUBA ALPHABET
A – AJA-
Yoruba Alphabet
B – BATA
YORUBA ALPHABET
D – DOJE
E - EJO
E – EJO
E - EIYE
E – EIYE
F - FILA
F – FILA

 

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G - GELE
G – GELE
GB - GBAGUDA
GB – GBAGUDA
H - HALE HALE
H – HALE HALE
I - IGI
I – IGI
J - JAGUN JAGUN
J – JAGUN JAGUN

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K - KINIIUN
K – KINIIUN
L - LABA LABA
L – LABA LABA
M - MALU
M – MALU
N - NOMO
N – NOMO
O - OGONGO
O – OGONGO
O - OGEDE
O – OGEDE
P - PEPEYE
P – PEPEYE
R - RAKUNMI
R – RAKUNMI
S - SALUBATA
S – SALUBATA
S - SOKOTO
S – SOKOTO
T - TANWIJI
T – TANWIJI

 

U - THERES NO WORD THAT STARTS WITH VOWEL U IN YORUBA LANGUAGE
U – THERES NO WORD THAT STARTS WITH VOWEL U IN YORUBA LANGUAGE
  • U – THERES NO WORD THAT STARTS WITH VOWEL U IN YORUBA LANGUAGE
W - WARA
W – WARA

 

Y - YANMUYANMU
Y – YANMUYANMU

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