ediba[e.-di.-ba][SU] ediba; [DA-FB] ediba; [DA-SS] ediba; [DH]; [BH] ediba1they say2they say: introducing a direct quotationEna luma gahuna tie ita, ediba, "Luma, em luma, nuana tie gabu."They the smoke from his house, and they said, "The house, perhaps they've burned your house down."3they say is: giving the name of some thing or place.I dobi dun esa, ediba, "Yabalele."he went down to a certain village which they say is Yabalele.See also "enaba" he says. other less common forms are "eguba" I say, "edaba" we all say, etc.; 1968

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