This is a list of words about family in Yoruba. You can name people such as your relatives as well as extended family this way.
|Sister: egbon / aburo obirin|
|Brother: egbon / aburo okunrin
|Baby: Ọmọ ọwọ́|
|Child (m): Ọmọ (akọ)|
|Child (f): Ọmọ (abo)|
|Cousin (m): arakunrin
|Cousin (f): arabirin|
|People: Àwọn ènìyàn|
These examples show how family words are used in a Yoruba sentence. Very useful when socializing with other people. This can also show you how to ask questions.
|What's your brother called?: Orúkọ wo ni a npè arákùnrin rẹ?|
|How old is your sister?: Báwo ni arábìnrin rẹ ti dàgbà tó
|Where does your father work?: Ibo ni bàbá rẹ ti nṣiṣẹ́|
|Your daughter is very cute: Ọmọbìnrin yín / rẹ dúróore
|I love my husband: Mo nífẹ̀ẹ́ ọkọ mi|
|This is my wife: Ìyàwó / aya mi nìyí|
With the above list you will be able to discuss how many siblings you have or ask others about their family. Now let's go to the next topic by clicking the "Next" button. Or simply choose your own topic from the menu above.
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