Jère or Jàre are Yorùbá words that are used to emphasize something.
For example, if a person says, “Mo tí jẹun jère..” It means the person is trying to emphasize that they have eaten. Jère/Jàre is used to emphasize a verb in a statement. Jère is used interchangeably with Jàre and they both have the same use in a sentence.
So, Jère/Jàre are words used to emphasize a verb in a sentence.
1. Mi o lọ mọ jère..
Meaning: I am no longer going. (There is emphasis on the fact that the person is no longer going because Jère was used at the end of the sentence).
2. Fimísílẹ̀ jère..
Meaning: Leave me alone… (There is emphasis on the “Leave” because Jère was used at the end of the statement).
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