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-bí

Translates to
resideverb
make one's home in a particular place or community
"may parents reside in Florida"
live (in a certain place)
"She resides in Princeton"
"he occupies two rooms on the top floor"
liveverb
be an inhabitant of or reside in
"People lived in Africa millions of years ago"
"The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"
"this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"
"deer are populating the woods"
Sentences

Akwụkwọ ozi ọma anọ malitere Tesitamenti Ọhụrụ kọrọ akụkọ otu Jisọs Kraịst si bie ndụ Ya nꞌụwa. Akwụkwọ anọ ndị a gosiri anyị ụzọ anọ ndị ozi Kraịst si hụ ma ghọta obibi ndụ Kraịst ahụ.

The four Gospels that start the New Testament tell the story of how Jesus Christ lived. These four books show four ways in which the apostles of Christ saw and understood the life of Christ.

Mgbe Jisọs nụrụ na e jidela Jọn omee baptizim, ọ hapụrụ Judia laghachi Galili gaa biri na Nazaret.

When Jesus learned that John had been arrested, he left Judea and returned to Galilee to live in Nazareth.

“Ala Zebulọn na Naftalị, nke dị nꞌakụkụ osimiri Jọdan na Galili, ebe ọtụtụ ndị mba ọzọ bi. Nꞌebe ahụ,

Zebulun and Naphtali, on the other side of the Jordan and Galilee, where many foreigners live. There,

Unu ga-amata ha site nꞌụdị ndụ ha na-ebi. A na amara osisi ọ bụla site na mkpụrụ ya. Ị gaghị ahụ mkpụrụ ose kpọọ ya mkpụrụ aṅara.

You will get to know them by the way they live. Every tree is known by its fruits. You won't find spicy fruit calling it orange fruit.

Onye ọrịa ahụ biliri, chịrị ute ya laa nꞌụlọ ya!

The sick man got up, took the bed and went home!

Mgbe Jisọs nọ na-ekwu okwu, otu onyeisi nꞌetiti ndị Juu bịara kpọọ isi ala nye ya sị ya, “Ọ dịbeghị anya kemgbe nwa m nwanyị nwụrụ. Ọ bụrụ na ị ga-abịa metụ ya aka ọ ga-ebili dịrịkwa ndụ ọzọ.”

While Jesus was talking, a ruler of the Jews came and worshiped him, saying, “It has been long since my daughter died. If you come and touch him, he will rise and live. ”

Mgbe Jisọs chụpụrụ mmụọ ọjọọ ahụ, onye ogbi ahụ bidoro ikwu okwu. Ibubo nwụrụ igwe mmadụ nọ nꞌebe ahụ nꞌahụ. Ha sịrị, “Anyị ahụbeghị ihe dị otu a na ndụ anyị nile.”

When Jesus expelled the demon, the mute started to speak. Crowds died in the crowd. They said, "We have never seen anything like this in our lives."

Mgbe ọ bụla unu ruru obodo ọ bụla, chọọnụ onye na-asọpụrụ Chineke bi nꞌobodo ahụ. Nọdụnụ nꞌụlọ onye ahụ tutuu ruo mgbe unu ga-esi nꞌobodo ahụ pụọ.

When you come to any town, look for a God-fearing person in that town. Stay in the person's home until you have left the country.

Ka ùnu lere anya ịhụ onye yi uwe ndị eze? Ndị na-eyi uwe ndị eze bi nꞌobi eze.

Or do you look to see who is wearing royal clothing? The people who wear the royal apparel live in the king's palace.

Ma Jisọs maara ihe ha na-eche nꞌobi ha. Ọ gwara ha okwu sị, “Mba ọ bụla ndị bi nꞌime ya na-alụrịta ọgụ enweghị ike ịdịgide ruo oge dị anya. Obodo ọ bụla, ma ọ bụ ezinụlọ ọ bụla e nwere nkewa na ịlụ ọgụ, nke ndị bi nꞌime ya na-egburita ibe ha, agaghị adịgide.

But Jesus knew what they were thinking. He told them, “No country in the world can fight for long. No city, nor any divided family, will ever live in it.

Mgbe mmụọ ọjọọ ahụ hụrụ na o si otu a dịrị, ọ na-apụ gaa chọtakwa mmụọ ọjọọ asaa ọzọ, ndị dị njọ karịa ya onwe ya. Ha nile na-abata bịa biri nꞌime nwoke ahụ, mee ka ọnọdụ ya dị njọ karịa ka ọ dị na mbụ. Otu a ka ọ ga-adịrị unu ndị bi nꞌọgbọ a jọrọ njọ.”

When the demon sees that it is so, it goes out and finds seven other spirits more evil than itself. They all come and live in the man, making his situation worse than before. That is the way it will be with you people who live in this evil age. ”

Ọ̀ bụ na anyị amakwaghị ụmụnne ya ndị nwanyị, ndị anyị na ha bi nꞌebe a? Ebee ka o si nweta oke amamihe dị otu a?”

And do we not know his sisters, the men who live here with us? Where did he get such wisdom? ”

“Ugbu a geekwanụ ntị nꞌilu ọzọ. Otu nwoke dị nke nwere ala ubi. Nwoke a kụrụ osisi oroma nꞌubi a. Ọ gbakwara ubi ya ogige, wuokwa mbadamba ebe a ga-anọ mee mmanya nꞌime ya. O wukwara ụlọ nche nꞌime ya. Mgbe o mesịrị ihe ndị a, o weere ubi ahụ tinye nꞌaka ndị ga-elekọtara ya ubi ahụ, pụọ gaa biri nꞌala ọzọ.

“Now listen to another parable. There was a man who owned a plot of land. The man planted an orange tree in the garden. He also built his own garden and set up a wine cellar. And he built towers in it. After doing these things, he placed the garden in the care of the gardeners, and went away to live in another country.

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