The Edo or Benin people is an ethnic group primarily found in Edo State, Nigeria.
They speak the Edo language and are the descendants of the founders of the Benin Empire.
They are closely related to other ethnic groups that speak Edoid languages, such as the Esan, the Afemai, the Isoko and the Urhobo.
Here are the eight Yoruba words that have the same meaning when translated into Edo language:
It means “child” in both Yoruba and Edo.
“Igbo” is commonly said by Yoruba, but in some dialects, “Ugbo” is also used and it means the same thing in both Yoruba and Edo.
It means “Father” in both Yoruba and Edo.
It means “King” in Yoruba and it also means the same thing in Edo.
The Yoruba might use “Yeye” more but the words mean the same thing in Yoruba and Edo; “Mother”.
Some Yoruba dialects switch the “u” for the “e” in “enu”, so it’s the same thing with Edo and it means, “Mouth”.
Apart from the slight different spellings, these words are pronouncd the same and mean the same; “Plantain/Banana”.
If you can unlook the other ‘i’, this word is really the same thing in both Yoruba and Edo and it means, “Shoe”.