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  • Port Harcourt Slangs

    Port Harcourt Slangs

    Port Harcourt Slangs


    Ever been confused about Pitakwa slang? We made a list to explain the meaning of some Pitakwa (Port Harcourt) Slang. ?

    Make una enjoy the cappings below;


    Wida – What, What’s Up


    Who Goes – Who is that


    Who goes you – Who are you?


    Die It – Forget the matter, allow the isue rest


    Jonze – Stupid or mad


    Conti – Fear


    Abobi – Used to describe a male


    Agirli – Used to describe a female


    Shenkes, Bani, Kpalas – used to describe a girl


    Manchi – Used to describe a man


    Cure jonzing – S***


    Pochichon – Position


    Rubbers or Kabulas – Money


    411 – Plan


    Compass – Location


    Chaw – Food


    Buy showcase – Coming


    Hear the odor – Observe what is going on


    Buy relaxer – Going to rest


    Lap – To meet someone


    Jollof or Jollofing – Enjoyment


    Caprisson – Talk or Say


    Cap – Talk


    Caping careless – Talking out of point


    E dey your body – Talented person


    Kpor – Look (eg: kpor well o)


    Disembark – Go back


    Passport – To pass through


    Cut am put for my body – To give part of something (eg: money)


    Bobo juice – A lie or fake promise


    Unit – Means your house or a special location


    Leg or Leg boy – used to describe footwear, shoes


    Okpono or Cappas – Mobile Phone


    Chinor Man – used to describe a big man or someone you respect


    Kapha – Intelligence


    48 – someone that doesn’t know what’s up


    Compiled by: Godsgreat George

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    Posted on June 10, 2020 by:

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    1. I love the slangs, wish to be among you guyz

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