from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a people inhabiting southeast Ghana, southern Togo, and southern Benin.
- n. The Gbe language of the Ewe people.
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- proper n. An ethnic group who inhabit southeastern Ghana, Togo, and Benin.
- proper n. The Niger-Congo language, belonging to the Gbe family, spoken by these people.
- adj. Of or pertaining to the Ewe people or language.
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"Ewe" is not a word that most of us would look up, verdad?
She quoted constantly from the Bible and would teach us songs in Ewe, Fanti and Twi.
Slim Ewe is not a user id on MySpace, a curseword on the Sopranos, or the winner of Nashville Idol.
(Africa) calls the linguistic family 'Ewe' (Ewhe, or properly Whegbe), after a small section of the country, Dahome, Whydah, &c.
One key area that Ewe said was responsible for a number of reported Firefox vulnerabilities is with how the browser handles plug-ins.
"The plug-in architecture that they have is a selling fact for the browser and one of the reasons why I love using it," Ewe said.
Various of the admirers approach and offer to guide a tour of the slave castle, but the driver hollers something in what Tessa thinks is Ewe and the guides disperse, leaving the Slepys looking as lost as Tessa expects they feel.
“There is another Ewe saying,” Mawuli says, but to Yllis alone.
Instead they speak Twi or Ewe or Ga or Grusi or Gurma or Dagbane or God knows what else.
And in the village of Avone, where the people speak Ewe, those born on Saturday are called Ame.