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Anthropological Report on the Ibo-Speaking Peoples of Nigeria : Part 4

By: Thomas, Northcote Whitridge, 1868-1936

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org 1BO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NIGERIA Title: ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPORT ON 1BO-SPEAKING PEO... ...... ...s- tinguished. Inyele, in the north, speaks Ishan, and in the south-west the people of Nsukwa, although their language does not differ markedly from t... ...es the Yoruba of Usehin and Akure, until the present day. In fact, the older people are even now unable to speak Ibo fluently, and it is said that unt... ...or example, native tradition asserts that the .original stock came, like the people of Asaba, from Nteje, east of the Niger ; other immigrants came fr... ...iable tradition that I could discover, was situated between Onitsha Ubwo and Igbodo. Everywhere the tradition of the power of Benin City is strong ; i... ...their state- ment, but got their slaves from the TTzibwo, or Road of Slaves (Igbo or Ibo), that is to say, the other side of the Niger. At Isele Asaba... ...a, money for purchase of brass anklets. If'ubwo, plants cultivated by women. Igbo, ibo, slave; the name given to the tribes east of the Niger. Igwe, a...

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Igbo people

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...Part of a series on Igbo people ... ...Part of a series on Igbo people ... ...zzi · Mbaise · Mgbo · Ngwa Nkalu · Nri-Igbo · Ogba · Ohafia Ohuhu · Omuma · On... ...itsha Oratta · Ubani · Ukwuani List of Igbo people Igbo culture ... ... Oratta · Ubani · Ukwuani List of Igbo people Igbo culture ... ...p;· Cuisine · Language Literature · Music (Ogene, Igbo Highlife) Odinani (religion) · New Yam Festival ... ... Languages and dialects Igbo · Igboid · Delta Igbo Enuani Igbo · Ika ... ... Part of a series on Igbo people ... ... Oratta · Ubani · Ukwuani List of Igbo people Igbo culture ...

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Anthropological Report on the Ibo-Speaking Peoples of Nigeria : Part 5

By: Thomas, Northcote Whitridge, 1868-1936

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IBO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NIGERIA Title: ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPORT ON THE IBO-SPEAKING... ...... ... impossible IV PREFACE. to revise with due care material collected by other people, and it is undesirable to include in any Dictionary data collected... ...ly exists, for such forms as ibo (more properly written ib"o) are pronounced igbo by neighbouring tribes; and the third person of 'b*ue, to kill, is i... ...side of the Niger, and in the Edo languages (see Report on the Kdo- Speaking Peoples). s is interchangeable with r (rh). b, m and other consonants are... ... hairy seed, abwalagada, tall. abwamimi (Okp.), kind of basket abwauare, two people of same height; sort of matchet in sheath, abwano, stupid, abwanuc... ... ifuf u, small fly. ifulifu, crumbs; small, igagu, prawn (big), igagu, huge, igbo, float. jgili, bush rope sp. (to tie yams), igili (oyi), shivering, ...

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List of Igbo people

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...includes notable individuals who have full or significant ancestry to the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria . As the Igbo are an ethnicity, peopl... ...des notable individuals who have full or significant ancestry to the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria . As the Igbo are an ethnicity, people lis... ... from variety of different nations, and may have other ancestry as well as Igbo. The Igbo people (who are sometimes referred to as the Ibo(e), Ebo(e... ... different nations, and may have other ancestry as well as Igbo. The Igbo people (who are sometimes referred to as the Ibo(e), Ebo(e), Eboans or He... ... Ebo(e), Eboans or Heebo) are an ethnic group in West Africa . Most Igbo people live in southeastern Nigeria where they are one of the three ... ...(e), Eboans or Heebo) are an ethnic group in West Africa . Most Igbo people live in southeastern Nigeria where they are one of the three large... ... and most influential groups, the two others being the Hausa and Yoruba people . Further populations live in other nations out of Africa due to mi... ...a due to migration and to the effects of the Atlantic slave trade . The Igbo peoples involvement in the Nigerian-Biafran war (6 July 1967 – 13 Ja... ...hias Ugochukwu 1926 1990 Mazi Obi Okoli 1968 Igbo Spokes person in the UK, Director Business Development, TimeLink Consu...

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Anthropological Report on the Ibo-Speaking Peoples of Nigeria : Part 3

By: Thomas, Northcote Whitridge, 1868-1936

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IBO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NIGERIA Title: ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPORT ON THE IBO-SPEAKING... ...... ...u adqmwa n'aju. A thorny leaf is not good for a head pad. A man will not let people kidnap his children in his presence. 59. Imi n' ainya b' oiyi. Nos... ...t is " laid flat " (that is, open) he can go to market and lie down flat. To people who don't know what given work entails. 104. Anarano asa jile asa ... ...t az ngnarevuzo (A). Obuekezie, son of Ilo says : that last is not first. If people refuse advice. 130. Apal' ozu nwa onye QZO, qdfka apa uku nko (A).... ...gkita ekita tan' Q!O . . . tanum nyalo , QbuQm nkita ... nkita nbuni ... ndi igbo abwqso onye B e,ze obodo ne,be di n' qgo ano abia, awasa Qzidano dii... ...nu. 5. Qja. kal'ife inerae Qsa obQsi. nde nqlo n'ogum njQk' ozi Qgbuem njeko igboano njek' ogom onyenye biaka e,bia ... onyenye di n'^mo : . . di n'gk... ...aya mwa uma rimwa (is good) . . . negim uma enyilengi 'ma ... abum onye oica igbo (igala) aha; aham ahai ... rnili di n'gba ... uma re n'akpume enyile...

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Igbo American

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... American people of Igbo descent ... ... American people of Igbo descent ... ... Igbo-American history ... ... Pages in category "Igbo American" This category contains only the following page. ... ...ollowing page. I Igbo American Categories ... ...gories African-American diaspora Igbo diaspora Subcategories Thi... ... American people of Igbo descent ...

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Anthropological Report on the Ibo-Speaking Peoples of Nigeria : Part 1

By: Thomas, Northcote Whitridge, 1868-1936

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IBO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NIGERIA Title: ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPORT ON THE IBO-SPEAKING... ...... ....be, and the Abwaja country, on the other hand, is very easy, and the Abwaja people visit the Eb^nQbQ market every week. Probably this multiplicity of... ...f the unproductive character of the country is that in the rainy season many people are compelled to subsist, at least in parts, upon roots, a diet re... ...isorder of the digestive organs which frequently carries off several hundred people in a town ; apart from this the native doctors assuredme thatthe c...

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Igbo cuisine

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...Igbo cuisine is the various foods of the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria. Their cuisine includes the dishes, rec... ...Igbo cuisine is the various foods of the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria. Their cuisine includes the dishes, recipes ... ...types of vegetables, meats and fruits that have shaped their food culture. Igbo food as in the case of all cultures has been considerably affected by ... ...t and history. One of the most important vegetables in Igbo cuisine and in the Igbo culture in general is the yam tuber. This is c... ...nd in the Igbo culture in general is the yam tuber. This is considered the Igbo staple crop and has been dedicated deities such as Njoku Ji, the yam g... ... staple crop and has been dedicated deities such as Njoku Ji, the yam god. Igbo cuisine includes other vegetables such as Pumpkin seed, used to make a... ... Igbo people ... ... Igbo cuisine is the various foods of the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria. Their cuisine includes the dishes, recipes ... ... Igbo people ...

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Anthropological Report on the Ibo-Speaking Peoples of Nigeria : Part 6

By: Thomas, Northcote Whitridge, 1868-1936

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IBO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NIGERIA Title: ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPORT ON THE IBO-SPEAKING... ...... ...is long. A rich man stays at home when he has palaver with other town ; poor people go and die. 414. Qfia euyi akba, mbwada akbakwa n'img (Uk.). The b... ...Bokb'o ti Buyg (O.O.). Who has a bad child can't take wood to kill him. When people complain to a father of his child. 451. Fadgji ;si awo amwa ifg (O... ...not know the day his mother was born. A child cannot act ill to his mother's people (because he may have to run to them). 466. Agwo pia nwa Qs;fa wgte...

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Igbo art

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...plex, currently in the British Museum Igbo art (Igbo: Ǹkà Igbo) is any body of visual art originating from the Ig... ...o art (Igbo: Ǹkà Igbo) is any body of visual art originating from the Igbo people. The Igbo produce a wide variety of art including traditional figure... ... Ǹkà Igbo) is any body of visual art originating from the Igbo people. The Igbo produce a wide variety of art including traditional figures, masks, ar... ...facts and textiles, plus works in metals such as bronze. Artworks form the Igbo have been found from as early as 9th century with the bronze artifacts... ...been found from as early as 9th century with the bronze artifacts found at Igbo Ukwu. Contents ... ....2 Agbogho mmuo 2 Igbo Ukwu (Bronzes) 3 Uli ... ...ong the most inventive and technically accomplished bronzes ever made. The people of Igbo-Ukwu, ancestors of present-day Igbo, were the earliest smith... ... Uli is the name given to the traditional designs drawn by the Igbo people of Nigeria. Uli drawings are strongly linear and... ... Igbo people ...

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Anthropological Report on the Ibo-Speaking Peoples of Nigeria : Part 2

By: Thomas, Northcote Whitridge, 1868-1936

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org IBO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NIGERIA Title: ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPORT ON THE IBO-SPEAKING... ...... ... the latter form was not in the original note. If tradition is reliable, the people of Oniea are immigrants from the west, who were driven across the ... ... Oniea are immigrants from the west, who were driven across the Niger by the people of Edo (Benin). I have, however, found no evidence to point to Ben... ...0). like laughing, v., amu (a) sQba. lime, olSma. line, akala, mbw^la. ; (of people), osS ; (straight), Skala ; of market women, ibudu afia. lion, a'g...

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Igbo language

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...Igbo Asụsụ Igbo Pronunciation ... ... Igboid ... ... Igbo ... ...rd forms Standard Igbo[2] Dialects... ... Latin (Önwu alphabet) Igbo Braille Official status... ... Ibo )[5] (Igbo: Asụsụ Igbo), is the principal native language of the Igbo people, an ethnic group of southeastern Nigeria. There are approximately 24... ...erbs and idiomatic (ilu in Igbo) expressions are highly valued by the Igbo people and proficiency in the language means knowing how to intersperse spe... ...a Igbo dialect is very much similar to Enuani spoken among the Igbo-Anioma people in Delta State. To illustrate the effect of phon... ...r in the early 20th century. The Igbo people have long used Nsibidi ideograms, invented by the neighboring Ekoi p...

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Students at Igbo-Ora : A Manual on the Teaching Aspects of the Ibarapa Project

...IgbO'Ora NIGERIA STUDENTS ¥ IGBO-ORA An introduction to the teaching programme of the Iborapa project U... ...a project University of Ibadan Ibarapa project report No. 2 STUDENTS AT IGBO-ORA (a manual on the teaching aspects of the Ibarapa Project) TEXT by ... ...the growth of education and the introduction of mass information media the people in the rural areas have come to recognise tha benefits of modern med... ...the progress which has been made during the first two years of activity at Igbo-Ora. This rapid development owes much to the devotion and enthusiasm o... ...hanging needs of the community it is designed to serve and the progress at Igbo-Ora is one example of the many efforts of the University of Ibadan and... ...badan and of the Medical Faculty in particular to identify itself with the people of this country. Professor J. C. Sdozien, Dean of the Faculty of Med... ...n developing countries gave birth to the idea of Ibadan students living at Igbo-Ora. He nurtured this idea through its early stages, and conducted vi/... ...gbo-Ora. 3. LIOT 01' APPENDICES: Appendix I Ibarapa, the District and the People. " II 'students' Keports;Selected Papers. (a) Leport of a Sample Sur... ...ering about 1000 sq. miles (See Appendix I - Ibarapa, the District and the People) - deinogra- phic data derived from the latest country-wide populati...

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Igbo music

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...A typical udu Igbo music (Igbo: Egwu nkwa ndi Igbo) is the music of the Igbo people, who ... ... Igbo music (Igbo: Egwu nkwa ndi Igbo) is the music of the Igbo people, who are indigenous to the southeastern part of Nigeria. The Igbo tr... ...e Igbo people, who are indigenous to the southeastern part of Nigeria. The Igbo traditionally rely heavily on percussion instruments such as the drum ... ...r innate ability to provide a diverse array of tempo, sound, and pitch.[1] Igbo music is generally lively, upbeat, and spontaneous which creates a var... ...upbeat, and spontaneous which creates a variety of sounds that enables the Igbo people to incorporate music into almost all the facets of their daily ... ...t, and spontaneous which creates a variety of sounds that enables the Igbo people to incorporate music into almost all the facets of their daily lives... ...e music into almost all the facets of their daily lives. Some very popular Igbo music styles are Igbo highlife, Igbo rap, Odumodu. ... ... When examining the impact that music has on the culture of the Igbo people, one would have to look no further than the earliest accounts of the... ...er than the earliest accounts of the vast history of Igbo in Nigeria. Igbo people were most likely descendents of the people of the Nok culture that i...

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Anthropological Report on the Edo-Speaking Peoples of Nigeria

By: Thomas, Northcote Whitridge, 1868-1936

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org EDO-SPEAKING PEOPLES OF NIGERIA Title: ANTHROPOLOGICAL REPORT ON THE EDO-SPEAKING... ...... ...t individuals, and in some places of the two sexes, or of adults and younger people (with unfiled teeth), differs, sometimes to a marked extent. It wi... ...er in market ; lya, which side, trader. Eyenawg amamamioi ; iyowqli ; Market people said we didn't see her ; they were sorry ; (Traders) ihoi; gnagaxi... ... ; ibi, Agv. ; agaga,. Ewu. CLEAN, v. : ihwale, E. ; ikia, Agb.; ikia, Agv.; igbolqlia, Es. ; ikbeminao ?, Uz. CLIMB HILL, v. : ihioke, E. ; izelege, ... ...va, Uz. DANCE, v. : igbe, iku, ikulu, E. ; igbeliini, Agb. ; igbexeli, Es. ; igbokai, Uz. ; (I play song) migbegbe, Aj. ; migbigbe Ug., Ag., Ov. ; mik... ...igwa, Agb. ; igwanqli, Agv. ; igwale, Es. ; igwa, Uz. DIG UP, v. : ivw, E. ; igbololo, Agb. ; igbolqli, Agv. ; itinia (yams), Es. ; igwaiio, Uz. DIE, ... ...kpa, Ar., Ot. ; ogbgrawo, Ok. ; ugbolo, Sa. ; ugboluo, Agb. ; ugbolu, Agv. ; igboloa, Es. ; igbgloa, Uz. ; igbaloguo, Ib. ; igbaguo, Ko. ' r igbanowo,... ... ; ime, Agb., Uz. OLD : ogo, E. FELL A TREE, v. : ile,ragboto, igbehra, E. ; igbohra, Agb. ; ihiQradio, Es. ; ifioraigbe, Uz. FELL, v. : itu^gboto, E....

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Igbo culture

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...Igbo culture are the customs, practices and traditions of the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria . It comprises archaic practices as w... ...Igbo culture are the customs, practices and traditions of the Igbo people of southeastern Nigeria . It comprises archaic practices as well a... ...ia . It comprises archaic practices as well as new concepts added into the Igbo culture either by cultural evolution or by outside influence. These cu... ...volution or by outside influence. These customs and traditions include the Igbo people's visual art, music and dance forms, as well as their attire, c... ...ion or by outside influence. These customs and traditions include the Igbo people's visual art, music and dance forms, as well as their attire, cuisin... ...roups, the variety of their culture is heightened further. Music The Igbo people have a melodic and symphonic musical style, which they designed... ..., the variety of their culture is heightened further. Music The Igbo people have a melodic and symphonic musical style, which they designed from... ....http://umunna.org/instruments.htm Another popular musical form among the Igbo is Highlife, which is a fusion of jazz and traditional music and wide... ...is known for various types of masquerade, masks and outfits symbolising people animals or abstract conceptions. Igbo art is also known for its br...

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Nigerian studies; or, The religious and political system of the Yoruba

By: Dennett, Richard Edward, 1857-1921

...IGERIAN STUDIES EXPLANATORY CHAPTER In trying to impart one's ideas on a foreign people to one's readers, a great difficulty arises, i.e. the fact tha... ...ng to write. Well, it would take many volumes to describe fully so interesting a people as the Yoruba, even if one had the ability, so that I must lea... ...ve colouring and inculcate some erroneous idea that may be really foreign to the people whose mental outlook I am trying to illustrate. A new name of ... ...ount of the sacred stones at Ife^the religious capital and cradle of the JYgruba people. As these stones are said to be men and women who on their dea... ...eat deities) is said to have chosen 16 persons out of these different classes of people and formed them into a kind of council. These 16 had their 16 ... ...men and others not to pry into the secrets of the Orisha, or so-called Deity. At Igbore the Oro festival is held always about September, and it is at ... ...s unvarying in the friend- liness of his conduct towards them, that the Chief of Igbore was intending to follow the example of Itoku." Ill DEATH, BUR... ...Ketu. Another founded Benin (Ibini) and became the Onibini. Another founded Ila (Igbomina) andbecame the Onila. Another founded Sabe and became the On... ...est Administration of Southern Nigeria for 1906. The Yoruba call the forest land Igbo, the mixed forest Odan, and the open grassland Pappa. Forest lan...

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Ijebu Igbo

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..., Nigeria. It is approximately a 15-minute drive north of Ijebu Ode. Ijebu Igbo also written as Ijebu-Igbo, it is the headquarters of Ijebu North Loca... ...e 6° 58' 0" North, and longtitude 4° 0' 0" East. Ijebu Igbo is divided into 5 clans: Oke-Sopen, Oke-Agbo, Ojowo, Atikori, and Japa... ...Third-class" and they all submit to the headship of the Orimolusi of Ijebu-Igbo. The Orimolusi is a First-class and he is the supreme head of Ijebu-Ig... ...lass and he is the supreme head of Ijebu-Igbo. The last Orimolusi of Ijebu-Igbo was Late Oba Samuel Adetayo (Ikupakude IV), who joined his ancestors i... ...e large expanse of land where he had been hunting and known today as Ijebu Igbo. Thus Ijebu Igbo has the largest land mass of all ... ...ant boundary points at Ibadan, Ikire, and Ondo. Like all other Ijebus, the people of Ijebu Igbo speak the Ijebu dialect that is distinct from and simi... ... Yoruba people S...

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Nigerian Studies; Or, The Religious and Political System of the Yoruba

By: Dennett, Richard Edward, 1857-1921

...IGERIAN STUDIES EXPLANATORY CHAPTER In trying to impart one's ideas on a foreign people to one's readers, a great difficulty arises, i.e. the fact tha... ...ng to write. Well, it would take many volumes to describe fully so interesting a people as the Yoruba, even if one had the ability, so that I must lea... ...ve colouring and inculcate some erroneous idea that may be really foreign to the people whose mental outlook I am trying to illustrate. A new name of ... ...ount of the sacred stones at Ife^the religious capital and cradle of the JYgruba people. As these stones are said to be men and women who on their dea... ...eat deities) is said to have chosen 16 persons out of these different classes of people and formed them into a kind of council. These 16 had their 16 ... ...men and others not to pry into the secrets of the Orisha, or so-called Deity. At Igbore the Oro festival is held always about September, and it is at ... ...s unvarying in the friend- liness of his conduct towards them, that the Chief of Igbore was intending to follow the example of Itoku." Ill DEATH, BUR... ...Ketu. Another founded Benin (Ibini) and became the Onibini. Another founded Ila (Igbomina) andbecame the Onila. Another founded Sabe and became the On... ...est Administration of Southern Nigeria for 1906. The Yoruba call the forest land Igbo, the mixed forest Odan, and the open grassland Pappa. Forest lan...

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Igbo-Ukwu

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...Igbo-Ukwu ( Igbo : Great Igbo ) is a town in the Nigeria n state of Anambra in the southeastern p... ...ry, centuries before other known bronzes of the region. The first, called Igbo Isaiah, was uncovered in 1938 by Isaiah Anozie, a local villager, who ... ...of the Nigerian government, resulted in the discovery of two other sites, Igbo Richard and Igbo Jonah, containing the remains of an ancient cultur... ... placed the sites around the 10th century or earlier, which would make the Igbo-Ukwu culture the earliest-known example of bronze casting in the regio... ... archaeological sites in southeastern Nigeria are associated with the Nri-Igbo . The three sites include Igbo Isaiah (a shrine ), Igbo Richard (... ...ong the most inventive and technically accomplished bronzes ever made. The people of Igbo-Ukwu, ancestors of present-day Igbo, were the earliest smi...

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Myths of Fe

By: Wyndham, John

...; They left on Earth Orni Odum'la (1) charged To be a father to a mourning people, To tend the shrines and utter solemn words Inspired by Those invisi... ...HE DESCENT A sunless The dirge of wasting hopes and the lament World. Of a people in a strange World shuddering Beneath the thunder of the unseen wave... ..." Oduwa, Orisha. We weary of the battle, and its agony Weighs heavy on our people. Have you forgot The careless hours of Old Aramfe's realm ? What mea... ...lords. The drum Was silent, and laughter mute. About dull tasks A listless people wandered ; but not so (1) See Note XIII. These goblins are called Et... ... That deed, and bid the still-born live ? Besides, Who taught the peaceful peoples of the World Their longing for red War ? Who forged their weapons W... ...2 MYTHS OF f F E XI. THE CULT OF PEREGUN 'GBO. , Peregun 'Gbo (or Peregun Igbo) seems to have been a god who caused the forest to bring forth birds a... ...pots, puts pepper (atare) into his mouth, and recites the incantation : 1. Igbo Idbi iror The forest bore the sloth. 2. tror Idbi dgubor The sloth bor...

Legends -- Nigeria Ife ; Folklore -- Nigeria Ife ; Yoruba (African people) -- Folklore

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Igbo calendar

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...The Igbo calendar is the traditional calendar system of the Igbo people which has 13 months in a year, 7 weeks in a month, and 4 days ... ...The Igbo calendar is the traditional calendar system of the Igbo people which has 13 months in a year, 7 weeks in a month, and 4 days in a ... ...lendar has its roots steeped in ritualism and symbolism; many parts of the Igbo calendar are named or dedicated to certain spirits and deities in ... ... calendar are named or dedicated to certain spirits and deities in the Igbo mythology. Some of the spirits and deities were believed to have given... ...mythology. Some of the spirits and deities were believed to have given the Igbo people knowledge of time . The days, also known as market day, also c... ...logy. Some of the spirits and deities were believed to have given the Igbo people knowledge of time . The days, also known as market day, also corres... ...spirit honoring was a very big part in the creation and development of the Igbo calendar system, commerce also played a major role in creating the Igb... ...e), Mgborie (maiden on the Orie day) and so on were common among the Igbo people. For males Mgbo is replaced by Oko ( Igbo : Male child ) or Nwa...

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Myths of Ífè

By: Wyndham, John

...; They left on Earth Orni Odum'la (1) charged To be a father to a mourning people, To tend the shrines and utter solemn words Inspired by Those invisi... ...HE DESCENT A sunless The dirge of wasting hopes and the lament World. Of a people in a strange World shuddering Beneath the thunder of the unseen wave... ..." Oduwa, Orisha. We weary of the battle, and its agony Weighs heavy on our people. Have you forgot The careless hours of Old Aramfe's realm ? What mea... ...lords. The drum Was silent, and laughter mute. About dull tasks A listless people wandered ; but not so (1) See Note XIII. These goblins are called Et... ... That deed, and bid the still-born live ? Besides, Who taught the peaceful peoples of the World Their longing for red War ? Who forged their weapons W... ...2 MYTHS OF f F E XI. THE CULT OF PEREGUN 'GBO. , Peregun 'Gbo (or Peregun Igbo) seems to have been a god who caused the forest to bring forth birds a... ...pots, puts pepper (atare) into his mouth, and recites the incantation : 1. Igbo Idbi iror The forest bore the sloth. 2. tror Idbi dgubor The sloth bor...

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Igbo

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...atics Nature People Philosophy ... ...atics Nature People Philosophy ...

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People Living with Hiv/Aids

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...Directory of Associations of People Living with HIV /AIDS July 2004 This document was developed wi... ...C 20005 http://www.synergyAIDS.com 7/04 Directory of Associations of People Living with HIV /AIDS July 2004 Foreword . . . . . . . . . .... ... . . . . . . . 127 TABLE OF CONTENTS i Directory of Associations of People Living with HIV/AIDS Foreword The United States Agency for Intern... ...al Development (USAID), in close collaboration with the Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (GNP+) and the International Community of Wome... ..._ng@yahoo.com Y ear founded: 1995 Main working languages: English, Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba Geographic coverage: Lagos State and Imo State Funding: Dues... ...anceinnigeria.org Contact: Mohammed Farouk-Auwalu, Executive Director 26 Igbosere Road, Lagos Island, Nigeria Te l : 234-803 304 6972 Fax: 234-2600... ...ail: ydi2k@yahoo.com Y ear founded: 2002 Main working languages: English, Igbo Geographic coverage: 27 local government areas of Imo State, southeas... ...fecare2010@yahoo.com Y ear founded: 2003 Main working languages: English, Igbo Geographic coverage: Onitsha, North and South, Nkpov, Nnewi (all in A... ...l: livhorg@yahoo.com Y ear founded: 2000 Main working languages: English, Igbo Geographic coverage: Abia State, Nigeria Funding: Charity from some ...

...Excerpt: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in close collaboration with the Global Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (GNP+) and the International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS (ICW), is pleased to present this second edi ......

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Chika (Igbo given name)

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... Origin Word/name Igbo ... ... Meaning 'God is superior' Chika (Chíkà) is an Igbo name meaning 'God is supreme... ... is supreme', it's made of the words chí 'God, universe, originator', and kà 'greater, superior' People ... ...90), football player Categories Given names Igbo names ...

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Twentieth Century Impressions of Hong-Kong, Shanghai, And Other Treaty Ports of China. Their History, People, Commerce, Industries, And Resources; Editor in Chief: Arnold Wright, Assistant Editor: H.A. Cartwright

By: Wright, Arnold

...ions Bonflkonfl, SbangDait and otDer Creatp Ports of Cbina: THEIR HISTORY. PEOPLE, COMMERCE, INDUSTRIES, AND RESOURCES. Editor-in-Chief: ARNOLD WRIGHT... ... if you had been furnished with any ; which givelh us good hope that these people will tall to wear our cloth, so as we shall find good bent for the s... ...onder that w'k out any pilolt or any the least hcipe of an intcrprctor our people should penetrate soe (far. And, indeed, yi hath caused dyvers of the... ...GoTcrnours of y' Province as to the principall Merchants and all gortes of people." On the I5lh the party in the pinnace (which included Messrs. Mouii... ...ted to recover by sending a pinnace into those ports, but (they) had their people that voyaged thither all cut off, which makes them more miserable." ... ...t Siberia, Siam, the Dutch Indies, &c., many copies are sent lo Europe. In igbo, Mr. Fink established a news agency in connection with this paper, and...

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Timeline of Igbo history

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...istory of the Igbo people starts from the migrations that have brought the Igbo to their present homeland. C... ... Neolithic man's existence in Igboland.[1] 9th century ... ... Bronzes found at the town of Igbo-Ukwu are created, among them iron swords, bronze and copper vases and ... ... Portuguese explorers make contact with the Igbo. 17th century ... ... Atlantic slave trade exports millions of Igbo people including other Africans to the Americas. ... ... Atlantic slave trade exports millions of Igbo people including other Africans to the Americas. ... ...elping in stopping the transportation of enslaved Africans, including Igbo people, to the Americas. 183... ... Igbo people ... ...ia The history of the Igbo people starts from the migrations that have brought the Igbo to their prese...

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Grammar and Dictionary of the Yoruba Language : With an Introductory Description of the Country and People of Yoruba.

By: Bowen, T. J. (Thomas Jefferson), 1814-1875; Crowther, Samuel, 1806-1891; Smithsonian Institution. (1858); Craighead, R

...ions, and accurate surveys, of the mounds and other remains of the ancient people of our country. I. To DIFFUSE Knowledge. — It is proposed to publish... ...the Toruba Language, with an intro- ductory description of the Country and People of Yoruba. By the Rev. T. J. BowEN, Missionary of the Southern Bapti... ...OF THE TOEUBA LANauAaE WITH AN INTRODUCTORY DESCRIPTION or THE COUNTRY AND PEOPLE OF YORUBA. BY THE HEV. T. J. BOAVEN ^ntt'onars of tl;c £oull;crn l}a... ...th the manners, the customs, the mental character, and the language of the people. The manuscript was offered to the Smithsonian Institution for publi... ...d the present city of If |, whence colonies were afterwards sent, first to Igboh6, and then to Oyo,J; Lander's Bohoo and Katanga or Eyeo. Igboho final... ...n business, and does not meddle with matters which do not concern him. 25. Igbo biribiri, 6kuqkuq birlbiri; 6kuqkuq ni yi • o sete igbo. Forest is-dar... ...slaves with a degree of kindness worthy of a Christian people. 52. Ada ^dq igbo, ko ri ere igbo ; 6 ro 6na, ko ri fere ona ; ada Bill-hook cuts hush, ... ...rn, he rejoices ; by bundles of com bundles ofmoney are obtained. 52. Skx) Igbo, to clear land for a farm; — ri ere die, to receive profit. 53. Bi . .... ...r a while : 6 di ^boie, let him wait a while, after a little ; yi 6 w^h ni igbose, lie will come by and bye, i-gb6, n. hearing, attention, trust, obed...

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Society for Promoting Igbo Language and Culture

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...The Society for Promoting Igbo Language and Culture (SPILC) was founded in 1949 by Frederick Chidozie... ... was founded in 1949 by Frederick Chidozie Ogbalu for the promotion of the Igbo language and culture and has since created a standard dialect for Igbo... ... Igbo topics ... ... Origin Igbo-Ukwu ... ... 1966 anti-Igbo pogrom ... ... Igbo people ... ... Igbo people ...

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Social England : A Record of the Progress of the People in Religion, Laws, Learning, Arts, Industry, Commerce, Science, Literature and Manners, From the Earliest Times to the Present Day : Volume 5

By: Traill, H. D. (Henry Duff), 1842-1900; Mann, James Saumarez, 1893-1920

...F WATERLOO V y #-^ SOCIAL ENGLAND ^ Herorir of tljt progress of tlje people I^r Religion, Laws, Learning, Arts, Industry, Commerce, Science, Lit... ...othero) The Progress of Manufacture {G. Tovnsend Warner) The Taxes and the People {A. L. Smith) Social Life {Mary Bateson) ..... Scotland {James Colvi... ... .143 Rainham Hall, Xorfolk 14.") Built from a design by Inigo Jones about IGBO ; additions were made to it by the second Lord Townshend. A Silk Spinn... ...ly not always, taken off. It often failed to act, whence "hundreds of poor people and horses" had lost their lives. Eighteenth Century Relics from the... ...itical satire on Pitt and Bute. The old women inside represent the English people, the rumble con- tains other ministers, including the Duke of Bedfor... ...is " vision of the Ghost of a Flea agrees in countenance with one class of people under Gemini. . . . This spirit visited [Blake's] imagination in suc...

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New Yam Festival of the Igbo

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...d The New Yam Festival of the Igbo people (Orureshi in the idoma area, Iwa ji, Iri ji or Ike ji, dependin... ... The New Yam Festival of the Igbo people (Orureshi in the idoma area, Iwa ji, Iri ji or Ike ji, depending on ... ...Ike ji, depending on dialect) is an annual New yam harvest festival by the Igbo people held at the end of the rainy season in early August.[1][2] The ... ...i, depending on dialect) is an annual New yam harvest festival by the Igbo people held at the end of the rainy season in early August.[1][2] The Iwa j... ....[2] The celebration is a very culturally based occasion, tying individual Igbo communities together as essentially agrarian and dependent on yam.[2] ... ...g Daniels, Ugo. African Loft. 06-11-2007. Iwa ji Ofu (New Yam Festival) In Igboland!. Retrieved 11-05-2009. ^ a b c d O... ...c d Omenuwa, Onyema. TheWeek. 11-22-2007. Republished by Philip Emeagwali. Igbo Festival: In Honour of New Yam. Retrieved 11-05-2009. ... ... Igbo people ... ... The New Yam Festival of the Igbo people (Orureshi in the idoma area, Iwa ji, Iri ji or Ike ji, depending on ...

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Social England; A Record of the Progress of the People in Religion, Laws, Learning, Arts, Industry, Commerce, Science, Literature and Manners, From the Earliest Times to the Present Day : Volume 4

By: Traill, H. D. (Henry Duff), 1842-1900

... kingdom and nation, and the best means, under God, to make the king and his people hajipy : .and he further asked whether it were well that the begin... ...ajipy : .and he further asked whether it were well that the beginning of the people's happiness should be written in tears of blood. Refusing to bind ... ...Hollar, and exemplify a means of inflaming English feeling against the Irish people in general, which has been, unhajipily. eummon flown to the presen... ...pirit of religion, which has always been alive among the mass of the English people, survived even under the Restoration. The Seven Bishops 495 Sancro... ...asions (needful I mean) with a description of the seasons and manners of the people therein employe^)." 498 NOTES TO ILLUSTh'ATlONS. xxxiii yu:r. Lor... ...arbon. Discourse of Trade (1690) ; Sir J. Child, A Neic JDiseourss of Trade (IGBO) ; J. Haythorpe, England's E.rcheqner (1625) ; C. de Malynes, Centre...

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Omuma people

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... Igbo topics ... ... Origin Igbo-Ukwu ... ... 1966 anti-Igbo pogrom ... ...alu Nri-Igbo Ogb... ... Anti-Igbo sentiment ... ... Igbo people ... ... Igbo people ...

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The Primary Causes of Social Inequality

By: Landtman, Gunnar, 1878-1940

...ffinities in general we cannot help noticing that among the most primitive peoples there is found an equality of rank which is generally considered to... ...gnificant fact that a condi- tion of almost complete equality reigns among peoples in the lowest degree of culture. The conditions under which the rud... ...ry of Greenland, i. 179. Wallace, Malay Archipelago, ii, 460. *) Among all peoples, however, of which we possess sufficient knowledge, have been found... ...anians, Ghiliaks, Bodo and Dhimal andLower Californians. l ) Most of these peoples are known to belong to the very lowest races of man. The number of ... ...e known to belong to the very lowest races of man. The number of classless peoples is however not exhausted in this list. ^<As a rule, in all tribes b... ...e killing of an elephant is honoured in a similar way. u ) Warriors of the Igbos on the Lower Niger a ) Acosta, Historia Natural y Moral de las Indias... ...ahomeans). Baikie, Exploring Voyage up the Rivers Kwora and Binue, p. 295 (Igbos). Harris, Highlands of Aethiopia, i. 151 ; ii. 208 (Danakali, Amhara)...

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Aro people

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... Languages Igbo, Ibibio, several Cross River languages ... ... Related ethnic groups Igbo, Ibibio, Ekoi, Ijo, Igala, Idoma, Efik ... ...Ekoi, Ijo, Igala, Idoma, Efik The Aro people or Aros is an Igbo subgroup with Akpa and Ibibio elements who origin... ...ma, Efik The Aro people or Aros is an Igbo subgroup with Akpa and Ibibio elements who originated from Arochukwu k... ...cent areas. The Aros today are mostly classified as Eastern or Cross River Igbos due to their location, culture, and dialect. Their god, Ibini Ukpabi,... ...gins and history The history of the Aros predates Igbo migration and founding of the kingdom of Arochukwu. Before Igbos start... ... Igbo people ...

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Technical Documentation

By: Charles Louis Kincannon

...ch is the information compiled from the questions asked of a sample of all people and housing units. Population items include basic population totals;... ...is subject to a population threshold. That is, if there are fewer than 100 people (100 percent count) in a specific population group in a specific geo... ...is subject to a population threshold. That is, if there are fewer than 100 people (100 percent count) in a specific population group in a specific geo... ...ce of Own Children Under 18 Years.................... PCT10 by Presence of People 60 Years and Over by Household Type........................ PCT18 by... ...rs and Over by Household Type........................ PCT18 by Presence of People 65 Years and Over by Household Type........................ PCT19 by... ...KRU, IBO, YORUBA 796 Akan 796 Ashanti 796 Ewe 796 Fanti 796 Ga 796 Ibo 796 Igbo 796 Nigerian 796 Twi 796 Yoruba G–39 Code Lists U.S. Census Bureau, Ce...

...Excerpt: File 4 (SF 4) contains the sample data, which is the information compiled from the questions asked of a sample of all people and housing units. Population items include basic population totals; urban and rural; households and families; marital status; grandparents as caregivers; language and ability to speak English; ancestry; place of birth...

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The negro races; a sociological study; Volume: 1

By: Dowd, Jerome, B. 1864

... is not without great moral teachers who stir up and sharpen the conscience of the people but it needs a knowledge of the causes and effects of human ... ...eived Vlll PREFACE notions. However, it has seemed strange to the writer that the people of the United States, who have a large Negro population, sho... ... Hottentots of the southern steppe. 1 (Deniker used the term Negrito for the black people of the Malay peninsula, Andaman Islands, Philippines, etc., ... ...ger and later developed types of the Negro race, and are now the mere remnant of a people that at one time was dominant in India, Oceania and Africa. ... ... of South and East Africa. Fifth, the Gallas, including all of the lighter colored people of East Africa from the Galla country to the Zambesi River. ... ...: and to the south it main- tains a rivalry with the native industry of Igbera and Igbo, while towards the southeast it invades thewhole of Adamawa an...

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