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In fact, they are variants of the same word and are used in the same way to mean “look at” when someone has done something silly or stupid. It is used when you have asked someone something they have no answer for. Are there other expressions you know which have made it into pop culture, or an expression you have heard which you would love to know its meaning or usage.
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Especially, if you use social media you may find these phrases added as an exclamation or an interjection and you may wonder what to do about them. This interjection is used when someone has said something absurd or abominable.
Well, fret no more, cos you’ll find right here 10 hip Igbo catchphrases and how to use them. “Odiegwu” is often used sarcastically when someone has said something that makes you shake your head in wonder. Sometimes as in this example, it is accompanied by its older brother “Odiegwu”.
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It is used to refer to someone you feel close enough to as a friend or “fam”. You can use it to reinforce that someone has said something you agree with just the way you would have said it. Used when someone has said something incredible or unbelievable. https://twitter.com/Sister Nkiru/status/496604215813627904 Biko This word simply means “please” and it is used with a flourish when you feel someone is saying something you don’t want to hear.
It is used to mean at the beginning or end of a statement as a supplication for help.
The number of “ys” added is used to emphasize how mind-boggling what one has seen is.
Chai, Chei, Choi This trinity means one and the same thing. Closely related to “gbam”, “kpomkwem” is the lesser-known but a more accurate interpretation of the English word “exactly”.