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Far East Asian Languages Are Near African Languages

 

Written and Compiled by:  Onimisi Baiye

 

If you do an Internet image search, www.google.com on the following Nigerian names: Haruna, Sambo, Pankan, Kwashi, Imoko, Chika, Azuka, Ezuka, Koma, Zoro, Watanabe, Nene, Osato, Osaru, Okada, Edo, Baba, Emiko, Kano, Nana, Aya, Tami, Tai, Sada, Ikimi, Ume, you will more likely see a Japanese link than a Nigerian link.

 

The writing system of Japanese hides the striking similarities between Japanese and African languages. But on closer examination of the syllables that make up the Kanji character set, the syllables easily describe the Nigerian Languages.

 

Japanese festivals and dressing are very African in color combination. Also Shinto is about shrines, ancestors, mountain spirits, tree spirits, the so-called heathen religions that was used to justify the enslavement of Blacks.

 

http://www.cwo.com/~lucumi/east.html

 

Japanese were bleached out by invading Mongolians, that is why Southern Japanese people are darker-skinned than their northern counterparts.

 

Chinese and Korean map to the Calabar languages of South-Southern Nigeria. One has to listen to and see the physical stature someone from that part of Nigeria to have a feel of the similarities to Chinese and Koreans. Unfortunately, because of the Eurocentric nature of post-colonial Nigerians, the Calabar people cannot understand why Chinese and Koreans are their bleached-out descendants.  Martial Arts is of African origin.

 http://www.nijart.com/Nijart%20Webs/archives%20article%202.htm

The website www.legendarytimes.com uses legends to drill deep into prehistory because they are the only source of prehistory. However, scientific means are used to interpret these legends. My own contribution to ancient astronautics is based on the interpretation of the If a Oracle oral literature which uses symbolic language to describe the descent of Orunmila in a spacecraft. Simply put the descent of Gods from the skies was by a means, so technologically advanced that missionary interpretations portray it as magic. Technology is nature's gift to man. The First World was not a Cave World.   

JAPANESE-NIGERIAN LANGUAGE MAPPINGS 1.1

 

JAPANESE

ºE

ºN

NIGERIAN

1

Azuma-san (mountain)

140-141

37-38

Zuma Rock , Niger State

2

Tobi-shima (island)

139-140

39-40

Tobi: Rivers State male name

3

Akō(town)

134-135

34-35

Akō: Yoruba, excessive pride

4

Akan(town)

144-145

43-44

Akandu: Ibo male name

5

Ibara(town)

133-134

34-35

Ibarapa, Oyo State

6

Minna-jima (island)

124-125

24-25

Minna, Niger State

7

Obirin University,Tokyo

 

 

Obirin: Yoruba, female

8

Iwaya(town)

135-136

34-35

Iwaya, Yaba, Lagos State

9

Ago(town)

136-137

34-35

Ago: Yoruba, time

10

Kure(town)

132.33

34.15

Akure, Ondo State

11

Aso-san(mountain)

130-132

32-34

Aso Rock, Abuja FCT

12

Iō-jima(island)

140-142

24-26

Iyō: Yoruba, salt

13

Wada(town)

140.0

35.0

Wada: Hausa name

14

Ibuki(town)

136-137

35-36

Buki: Yoruba female name

15

Sanjō(town)

135-140

35-40

Ōbasanjō: Yoruba male name

16

Ōi(town)

138-140

34-36

Ōyi: Ebira, sunlight

17

Ōkada

 

 

Ōkada, Edo State

18

Watanabe

 

 

Watanabe: Southern Borno State name

19

Kōbe(city)

134.41

135.1

Achakōbe: Isoko,Delta State name

20

Machida

 

 

Maccido: Fulani, Sokoto State name

Compiled by Onimisi Baiye     onimisibaiye@yahoo.co.uk

 

JAPANESE-NIGERIAN LANGUAGE  MAPPINGS 1.2

 

JAPANESE

ºE

ºN

NIGERIAN

1

Ayama(town)

136.16

34.76

Ayama!: Yoruba exclamation

2

Akechi(town)

137.32

35.30

Nkechi: Igbo female name

3

Anjō(town)

137.80

34.94

Anjōrin: Yoruba name

4

Fuji-san(mountain in Tokyo)

 

 

Fuji: a Yoruba music

5

Haruna(town)

Haruna-san(mountain)

 

 

Haruna: Hausa male name

6

Chikage

 

 

Chika: Igbo name

7

Chi-Chi

 

 

Chi-Chi: Igbo name

8

Toki(town)

137.16

35.30

Toki Hotel, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State 

9

Izu(peninsula)

138-140

34-36

Izu: Igbo word

10

Saitama(district)

138-140

36-38

Maitama, Abuja

11

Zen(Japanese Buddhism)

 

 

Izen: Ebira, here

12

Kata(karate martial arts

sequence)

 

 

Kata: Ebira, strength

13

Miko

 

 

Emiko: Itsekiri name

14

Kanno

 

 

Kano State

15 Ogi     Ogi: Yoruba, fermented corn

16

Zaki(town)

135-140

35-40

Zaki-Biam, Benue State

17

Edo(former name of Tokyo)

 

 

Edo State

18

Sango(town)

135.70

34.32

Sango-Otta, Ogun State

19

Ebetsu(town)

140-145

40-45

Egbesu: shrine in Bayelsa State

20

Shinkawa(town)

136.94

35.80

Shinkafi: Hausa name

Compiled by Onimisi Baiye     onimisibaiye@yahoo.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAPANESE – NIGERIAN LANGUAGE MAPPINGS 1.3

 

 

JAPANESE

ºE

ºN

NIGERIAN

1

Shōgun(medieval supreme warlod)

 

 

Sẹgun pron. ‘shegun’:

Yoruba, to win a battle

2

Jimmu(first emperor,660B.C.)

 

 

Jimoh: Yoruba, friday

3

Sambo

 

 

Sambo: Northern male name

4

Ishii

 

 

Ishi, Calabar, Cross-River

5

Kishi

 

 

Kẹshi, Yoruba male name

6

Ago(town)

136-137

34-35

Ago: Yoruba, time

7

Yashika

 

 

Yashi, Katsina State

8

Koma

 

 

Koma, Taraba State

9

Zuru

 

 

Zuru, Kebbi State

10

Abashiri(town)

144.3

44.0

Aba, Abia State

11

Obira(town)

141.6

44.0

Ebira, Kogi State

12

Tosa(town)

133.5

33.5

Tosan: Yoruba female name

13

Izena-jima(island)

128.0

26.8

Izenan: Ebira, over here

14

Kume-shima(island)

126.8

26.4

Akume: Idoma name

15

Okino-Erabu-shima(island)

128.5

27.4

Okino: Ebira Name

16

Takara-jima(island)

139.2

29.2

Akara: Yoruba, bean cake

17

Kuro-shima(island)

129.9

36.8

Kuroko, Okene, Kogi State

18

Rumoi(town)

141.6

43.9

Rumomoi, Port-Harcourt

19

Ondo(town)

132.5

34.2

Ondo State

20

Yame(town)

130.5

33.2

Nyame: Taraba State Name

Compiled by Onimisi Baiye     onimisibaiye@yahoo.co.uk

 

 

JAPANESE-NIGERIAN LANGUAGE MAPPINGS 2.1.2

 

 f- female  m- male s- surname

 

‘Half the blood in one’s veins must be Black in order to make a good Samurai.’

 

Japanese Names

Nigerian Names

1

Rẹmi f

Rẹmilẹkun f Yoruba ‘wipe my tears’

2

Chikuma f

Chukwuma (Chi ukwu ma) m Igbo ‘[bigger] god knows’

3

Tai fm

Taiwo Yoruba ‘first of twins’

4

Fumi f

Funmilayọ f Yoruba ‘gave me joy’

5

Ginko f

Ginika mf Igbo ‘what is greater than [this?’

6

Goro m

Goro Hausa kolanut

7

Ibi s

Ibi Yoruba ‘place’

8

Omezo

Ọmẹiza  Ebira ‘has done well’

9

Eijiro f

Ẹjiro  Urhobo ‘praise’

10

Gombei m

Gombe State

11

Baba s

Baba ‘family head’

12

Chika f ‘wisdom’

Chika mf Igbo ‘god is greater’

13

Akẹmi f ‘bright and beautiful’

Oluwakẹmi f Yoruba ‘god bless me’ 

14

Koruba s 

Yoruba 

15

Ohka s 

Orka Tiv 

16

Kaima s 

Kaiama Ijaw 

17 

Amaya s 

Amayo s Ẹdo 

18 

Tọmori s 

Tọmori Yoruba  

19

Emiko 

Ẹmiko Itshekiri 

20

Kano

Kano Hausa

 

 

 

Compiled by Onimisi Baiye   onimisibaiye@yahoo.co.uk

 

 

You can reach Mr. Baiye at the email address listed above.