What is a synonym for vex?

Some common synonyms of vex are annoy, bother, and irk.

What is a synonym for vex?

Some common synonyms of vex are annoy, bother, and irk.

Which country breaks English?

It is widely spoken in Nigeria, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon. There are differences, because English is mixed with different languages in each country but they are usually mutually intelligible.

How do you say hello in Nigerian language?

Ẹ n lẹ means hello in this part of Nigeria.

What does no vex mean?

No vex. Definition: don’t me mad/ don’t be angry.

How do you say hello in pidgin?

Usually pronounced “har fa”. “How far?” is the most common way to say “hello” in Nigerian pidgin….When you are not sure how to greet somebody, it is always appropriate to say “Kóyo ”.

  1. Mesiere. Mesiere is the Efik/Ibibio way of greeting.
  2. Sannu!
  3. Abole.

Which country owns pidgin English?


What is Wahala?


What is a antonym for vex?

vex. Antonyms: soothe, appease, gratify, quiet, please. Synonyms: tease, irritate, provoke, plague, torment, tantalize, bother, worry, pester, trouble, disquiet, afflict, harass, annoy.

What does vex mean slang?

angry, annoyed, offended

Is English a pidgin language?

English is definitely not a pidgin language, insofar as pidgin means a grammatically simplified form of a language, used for communication between people not sharing a common language.

How do you use the word vex?

Definition of vex

  1. 1a : to bring trouble, distress, or agitation to the restaurant is vexed by slow service.
  2. b : to bring physical distress to a headache vexed him all morning.
  3. c : to irritate or annoy by petty provocations : harass vexed by the children.
  4. d : puzzle, baffle a problem to vex the keenest wit.

What is a grammatically simplified form of a language?

A pidgin /ˈpɪdʒɪn/, or pidgin language, is a grammatically simplified means of communication that develops between two or more groups that do not have a language in common: typically, its vocabulary and grammar are limited and often drawn from several languages.

What does Oya mean in Nigerian?

no definite

What does vex D mean?


What makes a dead language?

Definition. A language is often declared to be dead even before the last native speaker of the language has died. If there are only a few elderly speakers of a language remaining, and they no longer use that language for communication, then the language is effectively dead.

What does wetin mean?

Definition: This is a question of Yoruba origin and it means how are you or what is going depending on how it is used. PRONOUNCED: way-tin day shell-eh.

Where did the word vex come from?

vex (v.) early 15c., from Old French vexer “vex, harass” (14c.), from Latin vexare “to shake, jolt, toss violently;” figuratively “attack, harass, trouble, annoy,” from vexus, collateral form of vectus, past participle of vehere “to draw, carry” (from PIE root *wegh- “to go, move, transport in a vehicle”).

Who speaks pidgin?

More than 75 million people are believed to speak pidgin across Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon and Equatorial Guinea. But it’s not just an African phenomenon. The term “pidgin” was first recorded in English in 1807 in Canton, China.

What are some examples of pidgin languages?

Pidgins generally consist of small vocabularies (Chinese Pidgin English has only 700 words), but some have grown to become a group’s native language. Examples include Sea Island Creole (spoken in South Carolina’s Sea Islands), Haitian Creole, and Louisiana Creole.