Thank for the clarification and the edit.
>> Symbols<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adinkra_symbols>and got into a
On 1/21/14, Nkansah Rexford <email@example.com> wrote:
> That's interesting. The word 'Gye' can mean two different things depending
> on the context in which it was used. But referring to the "Gye Nyame"
> statement, it means, "Except God" or "Unless God".
> "Accept God"? Not true, based on the context. It is right to say so, but
> looking at the background of that statement, its "Except God"
> On Tuesday, January 21, 2014, Enock Seth Nyamador <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Hello Everyone,
>> As most of you know, I can only speed pure Ewe. lol
>> There was an edit on Adinkra
>> discussion with another Wikipedian. After he undid and an> Rexford <http://google.com/+Nkansahrexford> | Africa
>> anonymous users edit from "except God" to "Accept God". I undid his edit
>> and notified him it's 'Except'.
>> Can someone tell me the words that are used in English to refer to 'Gye'
>> and 'Gye Nyame' I know all this while is 'Except God'
>> - Enock.
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