The language of the Ibo is one of the most widely spoken on the lower Niger.
"In the Edo and Ibo stocks people only a few miles apart may not be able to communicate owing to diversity of language" (p. 141).
Monbutti, ruba of Mbarukukaru; Ibo of the Babira; libu Babusess.
Ibo ad optimates, et loquar eis: ipsi enim cognoverunt viam Domini: et ecce magis hi simul confregerunt jugum, ruperunt vincula.
He wrote to a friend: "Ibo sed non redIbo—I go but I shall not return," as though his fate were revealed to him.
They carry their ivory, gum-copal, and slaves to Ibo or WIbo.
He had heard from a man who came from Ibo, or WIbo, about the Bible, a large book which was consulted.