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ìkó

Translates to
cupnoun
a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle
"he put the cup back in the saucer"
"the handle of the cup was missing"
Sentences

Jisọs zara sị ya, “Unu amaghị ihe unu na-arịọ ka m meere unu.” O chigharịrị lee Jemes na Jọn anya, jụọ ha ajụjụ sị, “Ùnu pụrụ ịṅụ site nꞌiko a dị oke egwu nke m ga-aṅụ?” Ha zara sị, “Ee, anyị nwere ike ịṅụ ya.”

Jesus replied, “You do not know what you are asking me to do for you.” He turned to James and John, and asked, “Can you drink from this terrible cup?” "Yes, we can drink it," he replied.

Ma Jisọs zara sị ha, “Nꞌezie unu nwere ike ịṅụ site nꞌiko ahụ, ma ọ dịghị nꞌike aka m ịsị na unu ga-anọ nꞌaka nri m, ma ọ bụ nꞌaka ekpe m. Ọnọdụ dị otu a, nke unu na-arịọ, bụ nke Nna m debere iche nye ndị ọ họpụtara.”

And Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye may drink of the cup, but I cannot tell you to abide at my right hand, or at my left hand. Such is the position of which you are asking, which my Father has set apart to those whom He has appointed. ”

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