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

-tọ́ ụ̀tọ́

Translates to
pleaseverb
give pleasure to or be pleasing to
"These colors please the senses"
"a pleasing sensation"
give satisfaction
"The waiters around her aim to please"
[to be] sweetadjective
having or denoting the characteristic taste of sugar
pleasing to the mind or feeling
"sweet revenge"
pleasing to the senses
"the sweet song of the lark"
"the sweet face of a child"
Sentences

Ee, Nna, ọ tọrọ gị ụtọ ime ya nꞌụzọ dị otu a.

Yes, Father, it pleased you to do so in this way.

Nꞌihi na, na mbụ, Herọd jidere Jọn kee ya agbụ tinye ya nꞌụlọ mkpọrọ, maka ime ka obi tọọ nwụnye ya Herodias ụtọ. Herodias bụ rịị nwụnye Filip nwanne Herọd. Ma Herọd mere ka Herodias site nꞌaka Filip gbapụta bịa bụrụ nwụnye nke ya.

Because, at first, Herod arrested John and bound him and put him in prison, to please his Herodias. Herodias was the son of Herod the brother of Herod. But Herod had Herodias brought out of Philip by his own body.

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Near-By Words
túpúbefore
-túfùthrow away
-tòpraise
ùbópiano
ùbúshoulder