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-jé

Translates to
walkverb
use one's feet to advance; advance by steps
"Walk, don't run!"
"We walked instead of driving"
"She walks with a slight limp"
"The patient cannot walk yet"
"Walk over to the cabinet"
goverb
change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically
"How fast does your new car go?"
"We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"
"The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"
"The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"
"news travelled fast"
Sentences

Ha jeruru Betilehem, banye nꞌụlọ ebe nwantakịrị ahụ na nne ya nọ, daa nꞌala kpọọ isi ala nye nwa ọhụrụ ahụ. Ha meghere akpa ha nye ya onyinye ọlaedo, ọkpụrụkpụ eso osisi abụọ na-esi isi ụtọ a na-akpọ frankisens, ya na maar.

They went to Bethlehem, went to the house with the child, and went down on their faces to the child. They opened their bags and presented him with a golden gift, a pair of fragrant frankisens, along with a marble.

Mgbe ndị amamihe a chọrọ ịlaghachi obodo ha, ha esikwaghị Jerusalem ịkọrọ Herọd ihe ha hụrụ. Nꞌihi na Onyenwe anyị nyere ha iwu na nrọ sị ha site ụzọ ọzọ laa.

When the wise men wanted to return to their own city, they did not go back to Jerusalem to tell Herod what they had seen. Because the Lord had commanded them in a dream to tell them to go the other way.

Ọzọ, ekwensu duuru ya gaa guzo nꞌebe dịkarịsịrị elu nke ụlọ nsọ ukwu Chineke dị na Jerusalem sị ya,

Again, the devil took him up, and stood in the upper part of the temple of God in Jerusalem, and said unto him,

Mgbe ọ gara nꞌihu nke nta, ọ hụrụ ụmụnne abụọ ọzọ, Jemes na Jọn, ebe ha na nna ha Zebedi nọ nꞌime ụgbọ mmiri na-emezi ihe ha ji egbu azụ. Jisọs kpọkwara ha.

Going a little farther, he saw two other brothers, James and John, in the boat with their father Zebedee, mending their nets. Jesus also called them.

Jisọs jegharịrị nꞌobodo Galili nile na-ezi ihe nꞌọgbakọ ndị Juu nile. Ọ na-ekwusa ozi ọma nke alaeze eluigwe nꞌebe ọ bụla ọ gara. Ọ gwọkwara ọrịa dị iche iche.

And Jesus went about all the cities of Galilee, teaching in all the Jews. He preached the good news of the kingdom of heaven wherever he went. He also cured many diseases.

Ọtụtụ mmadụ na-eso ya ebe nile ọ bụla ọ na-aga. Ndị sitere Galili, na Dekapolis, na Jerusalem, na Judia, na ọ bụladị nꞌofe osimiri Jọdan, bịara soro ya.

A lot of people follow him wherever he goes. People from Galilee, Decapolis, Jerusalem, Judea, and even across the Jordan followed him.

Jisọs nyere nwoke ahụ iwu sị ya, “Jekwuru onyeisi nchụaja, akọkwarala onye ọ bụla nꞌụzọ. Were onyinye gị mgbe ị na-aga dị ka e dere ya nꞌiwu Mosisi. Gaa ka onyeisi nchụaja lee gị ahụ, kwuokwara ọha na ị dịla ọcha.”

Jesus commanded the man, “Go to the chief priest, and tell no one on the way. Take your gifts along the way as stated in the Mosaic Law. Go see the chief priest, and tell the people that you are clean. ”

Olee nke karịrị ịdị mfe ikwu? Ọ bụ ịsị na a gbagharala nwoke a mmehie ya, ka ọ bụ ịsị ya bilie gaa ije?

Which is easier said than done? To say that this man has been forgiven of his sins, or to say that he got up and walked?

Mgbe Jisọs si nꞌebe ahụ pụọ ịga nꞌihu nꞌije ya, ọ hụrụ otu nwoke a na-akpọ Matiu ka ọ nọ nꞌụlọ ebe ọ nọ na-arụ ọrụ ịnakọta ụtụ. Jisọs kpọrọ ya sị ya, “Soro m bịa bụrụ otu nꞌime ndị na-eso ụzọ m.” Na-atụfughị oge Matiu hapụrụ ihe nile soro ya.

As Jesus left the place to go for his trip, he found a man named Matthew sitting in the house where he was working. Jesus invited him, saying, “Come with me to one of my disciples.” Not to miss the moment that Matthew left everything behind.

Jisọs jegharịrị nꞌobodo nile dị nꞌebe ahụ, ndị ukwu na ndị nta, na-ezi ihe nꞌụlọ ekpere ndị Juu. Ọ na-ekwusakwa ozi ọma nke alaeze ahụ. Ebe ọ bụla ọ gara, ọ gwọrọ ụdị ọrịa dị iche iche ndị mmadụ na-arịa.

Jesus went around the cities, large and small, teaching in the Jewish house of prayer. He is also preaching the good news of the kingdom. Wherever he went, he cured many kinds of ailments.

Kama jekwurunụ ụmụ Izirel, ndị bụ atụrụ furu efu nke Chineke.

Instead of going to the children of Israel, the lost sheep of God.

Gwanụ ya na a na-eme ka ndị ìsì hụ ụzọ, ka ndị ngwụrọ gaa ije. A na-emekwa ka ahụ dị ndị ekpenta ọcha. Ndị ogbi na-anụ ihe, kwuokwa okwu ndị nwụrụ anwụ ka a na-akpọte. Gwakwanụ Jọn ihe banyere ozi ọma a na-ezisara ndị ogbenye.

Tell him that the blind are made to see, and the lame to walk. The lepers were also made well. The deaf hear and the dead speak. Tell John the good news of the good news to the poor.

ọ na-asị nꞌobi ya, ‘Aga m alọghachikwuru nwoke ahụ m si nꞌime ya pụta.’ Mmụọ ọjọọ ahụ na-alọghachikwa jekwuru nwoke ahụ. Mgbe o ruru nꞌebe nwoke ahụ nọ, ọ ga-ahụ na e meela ka obi nwoke ahụ dị ọcha, ma ọ tọgbọrọ nꞌefu, nꞌihi na ọ dịghị ihe ọzọ e tinyere nꞌime ya, mgbe mmụọ ọjọọ ahụ si nꞌime ya pụọ na mbụ.

he said to himself, 'I will return to the man I came from.' The demon returns to the man. When he arrives at the man, he will find that the man's heart has been cleansed, but he is lost, for nothing else has been put in him, when the demon has gone out of him.

“Onye ọrụ ubi ahụ zara ha sị, ‘Ọ bụ onye iro m kụrụ ahịhịa ndị a.’ Ndị na-ejere ya ozi sịrị, ‘Ka anyị gaanụ fopụtasịa ha.’

"The farmer answered them, 'My enemy planted these weeds. His servants said,' Let us go and pluck them out. '

Ma ihe dị ka site nꞌelekere atọ ruo elekere isii nke ụtụtụ, Jisọs bịakwutere ha, ma ọ bụkwa nꞌelu osimiri ahụ ka ọ na-aga ije.

But about three o'clock in the morning Jesus came to them, and he was walking on the sea.

Onyenwe anyị sịrị Pita, “Bịaa!” Pita sitere nꞌụgbọ pụta bido ịga ije nꞌelu mmiri ijekwuru Jisọs.

The Lord said to Peter, “Come!” And Peter came out of the boat and walked on the water to go to Jesus.

Ọ tụrụ mmadụ nile nꞌanya mgbe ha hụrụ na ndị ogbi nile bidoro ikwu okwu. Mgbe ha hụkwara na a gwọrọ ndị aka, na ndị ụkwụ ha nwụrụ anwụ. O jukwara ha anya ịhụ na ndị ngwụrọ gara ije, na ndị ìsì hụkwara ụzọ. Ha toro Chineke nke Izirel.

All the people were amazed to see that all deaf people began to speak. And when they saw that the people were healed, their feet were healed. They were also surprised to see that the lame walked, and the blind could see. They praised the God of Israel.

“Gịnị ka unu chere? Ọ bụrụ na ọ dị onye nwere narị atụrụ, ma otu nꞌime ha akapfuo, gịnị ka ọ ga-eme? Ọ̀ gaghị ahapụ iri atụrụ toolu na toolu fọdụrụ pụọ jegharịa nꞌugwu na ndịda nile, ịchọ atụrụ ahụ kpafuru akpafu?

“What do YOU think? If he had hundreds of sheep, but one of them strayed, what would he do? Will he not leave the sheep and the flock and go and wander in the mountains, in search of a stray sheep?

“Ọ bụrụ na nwanne gị emehie megide gị, jekwuru ya na nzuzo tụọ ya mmehie ya nꞌihu. Ọ bụrụ na o gee gị ntị, rịọọkwa mgbaghara, i ritela nwanne gị nꞌuru.

“If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his sin in secret; If he listens to you and asks for forgiveness, you have won your brother's ear.

“Ndị na-ejere eze ahụ ozi pụrụ gaa nꞌokporo ụzọ nile kpọbata mmadụ nile ha hụrụ. Ha kpọbatara ndị bụ ezi mmadụ na ndị bụ ajọ mmadụ. Ụlọ oriri ahụ jupụtakwara na ndị a kpọrọ.

“The attendants of the king went out into the highways and brought in everyone as they came in; They brought in the good and the bad. The restaurant is also full of invited people.

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