You asked: How do you say my love in Ghana?

Me (I) + dɔ (love) + wo (you). Note: The letter “ɔ” is unique to the Akan language. It is pronounced like a combination of the English “oh + uh.”

What is my love called in Ghana?

Twi Terms of Endearment

Twi English
me dɔ my love
ɔdɔfoɔ loved one; beloved; lover
me dɔfo my loved one; my beloved; my lover
ɔdɔ yɛ wu LITERALLY: love is death (worth-dying-for love; eternal love)

How do you say I miss you in Ghana?

A collection of useful phrases in Twi, a variety of Akan, a member of the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo language family spoken in Ghana.

Useful phrases in Twi.

Phrase Twi
I miss you Mafe wo
I love you Medɔ wo
Get well soon
Go away!

How do you say darling in Ghana?

Twi Translation of “darling“

  1. ɔdɔfoɔ
  2. ɔdɔ yewu.
  3. akoma mu tɔfe; akomam tɔfe (sweetheart)

How do you say love of my life in Twi?

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Twi Expressions for Love and Romance.

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Twi English
M’akomam’ tɔfe My sweetheart
Me dɔ wiase The love of my life
Ɔdɔ pa Good love
Ɔdɔ kann True love

What is I love you in Twi?

1. Me dɔ wo – I love you.

How do u say hello in Ghana?


  1. English: Hello.
  2. Twi: Maakyé (Good morning)

How do you say I love you in GA in Ghana?

I love you!” Misumɔɔ nyɛ naakpa!

What does TWI stand for?


Acronym Definition
TWI Texting While Intoxicated
TWI Tread Wear Indicator
TWI Trade Weighted Index
TWI Two Wire Interface

What is how are you in Twi?

Ɛyɛ Ɛte sɛn? / Wo ho te sɛn? is a Twi term that means ‘how are you? ‘ Ghanaians like to check up on you, sometimes several times within an hour.

How do you say handsome boy in Twi?

Twi Translation of “handsome

  1. ho yɛ fɛ; deɛ ne ho yɛ fɛ (of a man: good-looking; one who’s good-looking)
  2. ɛsɔ ani; deɛ ɛsɔ ani (of a number/amount/quantity: considerable; sizeable)

How do you say God bless you in Ghana?

Mema wo akwaaba (I welcome you).

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