10 words you didn't know is now English.
agbada (Noun): A long, loose-fitting, often embroidered gown having wide sleeves and a hole in the center for the head, worn especially by Yoruba men.
buka/bukateria (Noun): Roadside restaurant or street
stall with seating area, where cooked food are sold for low prices.
danfo (noun): Yellow bus that take passengers as part of the transport system in Lagos.
fufu (Noun): Dough made from boiled and ground plantain or cassava, used as a staple food in parts of West and central Africa.
K-leg (Noun): A condition where one or both knees of a person turn inwards, which results to gap
between the feet when standing.
mama put (Noun): Street vendor, typically woman who sells cooked food for low prices from handcart or stall.
next tomorrow (Noun & Adverb):
n. The day after tomorrow.
adv. On the day after tomorrow.
okada (Noun): motorcycle that passengers can use as taxi service.
tokunbo (Adjective): It mean imported second-hand product, especially car.
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