What mbok and other Nigerian slangs mean

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#Mbok, not the English language one which stands for Mentoring Body of Knowledge but the Nigerian version.

The one that is short but sweet, almost explanatory of the writer’s intention.

The word is an ibibio language which comes from Calabar/Akwa-Ibom simply meaning please or abeg. While it can mean please in a nice way, it can also mean the ‘side-eye’ kind of way.

There are lots of other trending slangs/abbreviation used by Nigerian, for example:

Check out lots more slangs and abbreviation on Nairaland

4 thoughts on “What mbok and other Nigerian slangs mean

  1. Thank You! ☺
    Now, Would you be so kind as to tell me what THESE mean???

    * MABUS
    * Mabuse
    * Mab’uth

    [And ANY OTHER Version
    That May Come To Mind…] ❤

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