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

ńkị́tā

Translates to
dognoun
a member of the genus Canis (probably descended from the common wolf) that has been domesticated by man since prehistoric times; occurs in many breeds
"the dog barked all night"
Sentences

“Enyela nkịta ihe dị nsọ. Enyekwala ezi ihe dị oke ọnụ ahịa. Ha ga-azọ ha ụkwụ ma lusịkwa gị ọgụ.

“Do not give what is holy to dogs. Do not give good value. They will trample on and fight.

Jisọs zara sị ya, “O zighị ezi na a ga-ewere nri ụmụntakịrị tụpụrụ nkịta.”

Jesus replied, "It is not right to take the children's food for the dog."

Nwanyị ahụ zara ya sị, “Ọ bụ eziokwu Onyenwe m. Ma a na-ekwekwa ka ụmụ nkịta nọọ nꞌokpuru tebulu rie ibiribe nri nke na-esi nꞌelu tebulu ahụ daa nꞌala.”

She replied, “It is the truth of my Lord. But the dogs are also allowed to sit under the table and eat the food that comes down from the table. "

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