Egbami/Ẹ gbà mí – Here’s The Meaning

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Egbami is a Yoruba sentence usually lumped together. It is actually written correctly as Ẹ gbà mí.

The meaning of egbami/ẹ gbà mí is, “You people/You should help me.” Or a simpler meaning of Egbami is simply, “help me”.

Ẹ gbà mí comprises of three words.

means, “You” (for many people, or referring to elderly person )

Gbà means, “deliver”

Mi means, “me”

Example:

1. Ẹ gbà mí o. Ẹsẹ ń ro mi

Meaning: Help me o. My leg is aching me.

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Bei Weiwei

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