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Want to know what "kpu isi" means in Igbo? View the translations below.

-kpù ìsì

Translates to
[to be] blindadjective
unable to see
"a person is blind to the extent that he must devise alternative techniques to do efficiently those things he would do with sight if he had normal vision"--Kenneth Jernigan
Sentences

Ma ọ bụrụ na echiche ọjọọ na ọchịchọ ọjọọ gị ekpuchie anya gị, gbochie ya ịbụrụ gị ìhè, ị ga-anọ nꞌọchịchịrị, ọchịchịrị ahụ ga-adịkwa ukwuu!

But if your evil thoughts and desires blind you, and keep you from being enlightened, you will be in darkness, and the darkness will be great!

Mgbe Jisọs hapụrụ ụlọ ebe o mere ka nwanta nwanyị ahụ site nꞌọnwụ bilie, ụmụ nwoke abụọ ndị kpuru isi sooro ya. Ha tikuru ya na-asị, “Nwa Devidi, meere anyị ebere!”

When Jesus left the house where he had raised the sister from the dead, two blind men followed him. They shouted to him, "Son of David, have mercy on us!"

Emesịa, ha kpọtaara Jisọs otu nwoke kpuru ìsì ma daakwa ogbi. Ọ bụkwa onye mmụọ ọjọọ na-enye nsogbu. Jisọs gwọrọ ya, mee ka nwoke ahụ hụ ụzọ. O mekwara ka o bido ikwu okwu.

Later they bring Jesus a blind and deaf man. He is also a troubled demon. Jesus healed him, and he restored sight to the man. It also made her start talking.

Ya mere, unu echegbula onwe unu, nꞌihi na ha bụ ndị ndu kpuru ìsì. Mgbe ọ bụla kwa onye ìsì na-edu onye ìsì ibe ya ha abụọ aghaghị ịdaba nꞌime olulu.”

Therefore do not worry, for they are blind guides. And when the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch. ”

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ìsìblindness
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