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

ụ́jọ̄

Translates to
fearnoun
an emotion experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger (usually accompanied by a desire to flee or fight)
Sentences

Mgbe ha nọ nꞌụzọ, Josef nụrụ na eze ọhụrụ gbanwere Herọd bụ nwa ya a na-akpọ Akelus. Nke a mere ụjọ ji tụọ Josef ịlaghachi Betilehem. Ma na nrọ ọzọ, Chineke dọrọ ya aka na ntị ka ọ hapụ ịlaghachi Judia, kama ka ọ laa Galili.

On the way, Joseph learns that a new king has changed his mind to his son Achuslus. So that is why Joseph is afraid to go back to Bethlehem. But in another dream, God warned him not to return to Judea, but to go to Galilee.

Ma Jisọs zara sị ha, “Unu ndị okwukwe nta, gịnị mere ụjọ ji na-atụ unu?” O biliri baara ifufe ahụ na ebili mmiri ahụ mba. Ha dara jụụ, ebe nile deere jii.

But Jesus answered them, “You men of little faith, why are you afraid?” He got up and rebuked the wind and the waves. They were quiet, there was silence.

“Unu atụla egwu ndị na-emenye unu ụjọ. Oge na-abịa mgbe a ga-ekpughe eziokwu nile. A ga-emekwa ka izuzu obi nile zoro ezo pụta ìhè.

“Do not be afraid of those who fear you. There will come a time when all truth will be revealed. The secret of all the hidden heart will be made manifest.

Ma mgbe Pita hụrụ oke ebili mmiri ahụ ka ọ na-amagharị, ụjọ tụrụ ya. O bidokwara imikpu nꞌime mmiri ahụ. Nꞌihi nke a o tiri mkpu sị, “Onyenwe m! Zọpụta m!”

But when Peter saw the waves, he was afraid. He also began to sink into the water. Because of this he cried out, "Lord! Save me! ”

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