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 j j c


  codename for palm wine mostly used in southern Nigeria



  which stands for Joint Admission and Matriculation Board a national Board that standardizes and administers admission examinations to all Nigerian public universities and polytechnics



  Joint Admission and Matriculation Examination



  Jonny Just Come; a stranger in a place or someone that is new to something






  to leave; especially when it happens in a short period of time






  study seriously for an exam




 jaga jaga



 jaga jaga


  scattered; out of place









  crook; fraudulent person



  to enjoy; party or have fun



  collide, motor accident



  to collide, to bump against, to hit the motor jammed me the car ran into me. He jammed her he bumped into her



  pronounced jam Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board; University entrance exam; I want to do jam.



  somebody that just got admitted into university.



  freshmen in varsity



  weed; marijuana; cannabis



  overseas; abroad



  the united kingdom {UK}



  swings in a playground



  swing; a metal post mounted on the ground with two ropes used to hold a flat platform in form of a sit that carries an object or a person which allow one to move in an oscillating manner {e.g. Peter dey fall from jangolova}



  market in Lagos; fake products



  adding extra; a tip or bonus; Mostly in edible goods but can extend to money



  nonsense; trick



  a person who is not very smart and who often gets caught in illegal acts; {in football} a person who cannot play well {e.g. young man, are you jb? You no fit do anything right}



  easy; gentle; polite; upstanding indivigual



  doing things gently; politely






  hairdressing style {American English}



  He's the son of God



  a prison yard

 jip; jiip


  jeep; any type of Sport Utility Vehicle. {regardless of make or model}






  {Jonny just come} a novice



  slang meaning Johhny just come. Used to describe someone that is new or novice to a place or situation {e.g. Haba Musa, you never wash cloth before? you're behaving like JJC}



  new comer; novice



  the is the yoruba word for please



  to dupe; trick



  the act of smoking ganja or Indian Hemp



  another name for penis



  to get on board transport; Where will you join taxi?



  a public house where alcholic drings are sold and consumed. a local pub; a bar; a cafe.



  to have a formalised joking relationship with; We Tarok joke with the Chamba people



  people that like to enjoy life



  jollof rice. this is a popular way of preparing rice, with tomato paste, crayfish, pepper, salt, and other ingredients all cooked together, giving the rice a slightly red look after preparation

 jollof rice


  rice cooked with tomatoes and spices, served with chunks of meat at parties; jollof = Wolof as the dish is purportedly from senegal



  to act stupidly or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.



  it refers to been broke



  to be confused to be unserious

 jor; joo


  please; usually used in a rude way



  please; said in a way that is meant to offend someone; most people say it when someone diss another person. It also refers to the impossible as in the popular song by jahbless jor oh {e.g. I beg...jorr..., remove your eyes on this indomie}



  the capital city of Plateau state in central Nigeria. Jos



  to rejoice Because of the Buna festival, people were jubilating



  black magic; the use of evil powers to accomplish something ; anything to do with traditional religion he has practised juju on her he has put a spell on her. It is a juju it is to do with traditional religion.



  Yoruba urban music type. just sitting down

 jump up


  trouser or shorts that are to small for the wearer

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