By Rebecca N. Agheysi
Edo, also known as Bini, is the language spoken via a few million humans in and round Benin urban in Nigeria. it's the lanuage of the previous Benin state, well-known for its artwork.
There exist Edo-English dictionaries: this e-book and
* Melzian, Hans - A Concise Dictionary of the Bini Language of Southern Nigeria, 1937.
Other usefull books in LG for the scholar of the Edo language are:
* Osayomwanbo Osemwegie Ero - Egirama Edo Nogbae (Intensive Edo Grammar), 2003
* Egharevba, Jacob - Itan Edagbon Mwen, 1972
* Ebohon, Osemwegie - Agbon-izeloghomwan Kevbe Ehengbuda, 1974
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Tangle: 엉키다, 빠지다, 얽히다, 빠뜨리다, 얽히게 하다, 싸우다, 분규가 일어나다, 분규를 일으키다, 올가미에 걸리게 하다, 얽힘, 싸움. unluckily: 불운하게도, 공교롭게도, 불행하게도. unsuitable: 부적당한, 어울리지 않은. ” “Violets? Oh, dear! Who told you about the violets? How do things get round? A pension is a bad place for gossips. No, I cannot forget how they behaved at Mr. Eager’s lecture at Santa Croce. Oh, poor Miss Honeychurch! It really was too bad. No, I have quite changed. I do NOT like the Emersons. ” Mr. Beebe smiled nonchalantly. He had made a gentle effort to introduce the Emersons into Bertolini society, and the effort had failed.
Evening approached while they chatted; the air became brighter; the colours on the trees and hills were purified, and the Arno lost its muddy solidity and began to twinkle. There were a few streaks of bluish-green among the clouds, a few patches of watery light upon the earth, and then the dripping facade of San Miniato shone brilliantly in the declining sun. “Too late to go out,” said Miss Alan in a voice of relief. ” “I think I shall go out,” said Lucy. ” Her two companions looked grave. Mr.
Like every true performer, she was intoxicated by the mere feel of the notes: they were fingers caressing her own; and by touch, not by sound alone, did she come to her desire. Mr. Beebe, sitting unnoticed in the window, pondered this illogical element in Miss Honeychurch, and recalled the occasion at Tunbridge Wells when he had discovered it. It was at one of those entertainments where the upper classes entertain the lower. The seats were filled with a respectful audience, and the ladies and gentlemen of the parish, under the auspices of their vicar, sang, or recited, or imitated the drawing of a champagne cork.
An Edo-English Dictionary by Rebecca N. Agheysi