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  • ka (2) S

    used as superlative

    Obi ka Emeka nwe ego = Obi is richer than Emeka, A ka m gi ma mma = I'm prettier than you.


  • ka (2) S

    still

    I ka no n'uno! = You're still a home!


  • ka (2) S

    while, as

    O kpo m ka m na-asa aru = He called me while I was bathing


  • ka (2) S

    let, may

    Ka anyi je na nke Bishop = Let's go to the Bishop's house. Ka m juo gi = Let me ask you. Ka Chukwu gozie gi = may God bless you, Ka m bia = let me come (I'm coming back).


  • ka (2) S

    used with who, how, what etc

    Kedu ka i me? = how are you doing? Gini ka o kwu? = What did she say? Onye ka o bu? = Who is he? Onye nauru ka o bu = a stupid person is what he is


  • ka (2) S

    so

    O nye m ego, ka m soro ya = He gave me money so I'll follow him


  • ka (8) S

    used in 'not yet'

    O ka biabe = He hasn't come yet


  • kama (1,2) S

    rather, instead, but


  • kedu (2,1) W

    how, also used for 'hello or hi' and 'how are you?'

    kedu = hi, kedu ka i me? = How are you? kedu ka i si me ya? = How did you do it?


  • kee (6) W

    Used as contraction for 'kedu'

    Ke ka i me = Kedu ka i me = How are you doing?


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