Here are some English words that are popular among Ghanaians although they cannot be found in the dictionary.
1. Night Vigil
The correct expression is "vigil", which is a period of keeping awake during the time usually spent asleep, especially to keep watch or pray.
The correct expression is "wake". It means a watch or vigil held beside the body of someone who has died, sometimes accompanied by ritual observances.
It is used to mean that a lady's virginity has been taken away. The right word is "deflower".
The correct word is "traffic", which means the movement of vehicles along a route.
Ghanaians use “plumpy” when they want to say that someone is chubby. The correct expression is plump.
What other expressions do Ghanaians use that cannot be found in the dictionary? Share your views with us in the comments section.