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  giant rat, Cricetomys, widely sold in markets and by the roadside. giant rat; Rabbit as in Standard English.



  to fight









  empty boasting; Venting

 rank xerox


  copying in an exam exactly, contrast dubbing



  badly-behaved, criminal; Those rascal boys did this!



  bad behaviour he never tires of his rascality



  badly-behaved, criminal; they are rascally; they behave badly



  in the expression at the rate of xx meaning 'it cost xx'



  unsophisticated, local






  untidy, rough, dirty and bad looking



  arrive, come to



  to reach in Standard English, but also intransitively we have reach we have arrived

 recent, of


  recently; I have not seen him of recent



  Lower the price!



  refutation; commonly used in newspapers to deny; is the case



  when someone is popular or when something is in vogue or trendy.



  to talk or to communicate



  to be left over; remain ten Naira; there is ten Naira left

 remain small


  nearly, almost

 remote control


  to control person with Voodoo

 remote control





  in a remote place, far away; he lives remotely in the village; he lives far away in a village






  to reply to; he replied me

 request for


  to request; I wish to request for a loan. {on the model of ask for}



  used with indefinite article; The Hart Report is a very treacherous historical document to rely on for a serious research.

 result to


  result in; They will ask you; some tough questions which will result to your death if you are unable to answer them well.



  to revenge an action; I will revenge N.B. has a less serious, more jocular aspect than Standard English.

 reverse back





  respond or reply



  repeat, start over Prof I beg, rewind



  any flashy car is referred to as ride.






  the sounds a girl makes in bed



  to ripen the mango has riped



  follower of traditional religion, but often with implication of; who kills others for ritual purposes



  A special unit intended to enforce road-safety regulations; the roadsafety are taking bribe on Abuja road



  a balm which is rubbed on the skin surface to take away pains. sometimes ignorant people may use it on their heads to take away headaches {e.g. Chioma, please bring my robb from cupboard, make I put am for leg}

 rolam in


  bring a passenger into a bus



  to Move, Walk, or go away

 Ronaldo; Cristiano Ronaldo


  Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo;



  green leaf, Hibiscus sabdariffa, used to make soup; also see sorrel



  bout of sexual activity inability to go a second round {common expression in adverts for traditional medicine}



  Mercedes Benz {defined as} the type of Mercedes Benz with two pairs of round headlights that currently represents the summit of material achievement

 rub minds


  to interact with, to discuss with let us rub minds

 rubber {roba}


  A. any strip of elastic material, such as the flexible strips used to attach loads to a bicycle use roba to fix it to the bicycle; plastic bowl, bucket or similar open container around Port Harcourt

 run things


  to make things happen especially when you come out successful or to be in total control. A good word for people who like bragging {e.g. this government wants us to run things for this town means we are in control of everything going on this town}



  reckless spending



  deal or business, or prostitution depending on context.



  in the process of wooing a girl, see toast

 runz girl


  a high class prostitute; A runz girl does not stand in the streets to get customers.

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Nigerian English is printed regularly in the newspapers and since much of it consists of using Standard English in extended senses spelling is generally not a problem.

Some forms of pidgin origin such as "done" have conventional representations, e.g. "don".

However, others, such as "rubber" are pronounced in a variety of forms, such as "roba", "ruba" etc. depending on sociolinguistic considerations.

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