Ewe love poem

Ahuhɔ̃e

Apékouomè la poupuimè

Egni gnagnouin nam

Voi wokaba nowa élatoutou

Egnagnè kpotoèa éyégnin "mou lonwo"!

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Translated into Ewe by Juliette
Apékouomè la poupuimè  Egni gnagnouin nam  Voi wokaba nowa élatoutou  Egnagnè kpotoèa éyégnin mou lonwo!Turn
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Pretty Togolese woman

Short poem translated into ewe (éwé, éoué, évè, eʋe, ebwe, efe, eibe, eue, gbe, krepe, krepi, popo, vhe) a vehicular language with 7.5 million speakers. Poetry in the tonal language, of a pretty Togolese. Love poem for all the girls of Lome. The ewe is a Nigerian-Congolese language of the kwa group, which is found in: Benin, Togo, Ivory Coast and Ghana. It is spoken by the Ewes, on the southern coast of West Africa between the Volta River in Ghana and the Mono River in Togo. The word voodoo is of Ewe origin.

The Ewes

The Ewes are from the actual Yoruba country, they are farmers and fishermen. Their socio-political organization rests on exogamous patrilineages, the principle of virilocal residence and the unity of the city-state; The head of lineage plays an important role as an intermediary with the ancestors, who are the object of a particular cult.
Kwa languages
Gen - Igbo - Attie - Fon
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