Luo Proverbs & Sayings Part 1

        1.Ng’ato ka ng’ato rango mana mare (Everyone looks after his own). Meaning To everyone, personal gains and interests come first. Ng’ech ywayo tek (It is difficult to pull a monitor Meaning Let sleeping dogs lie. Ng’ech miyo gi ka iye (The monitor is fat within). Meaning Looks are deceitful. Ng’wen ok […]

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Luo Names & Their Meanings

Abuya/ Obuya- Born when the garden is invaded by weeds Achieng/Ochieng- born at midday Adongo/Odongo- 2nd born of twins Akelo/ Okelo- born after twins Akeyo/Okeyo- born at harvest time Akinyi/Omondi/ Okinyi(not very popular) -born very early morning Akoth/ Okoth- born during rainy season Aluoch/ Oluoch- born in an overcast morning Amondi/Omondi- born at dawn(morning)/ premature […]

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