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Interjections are universal means of communication among human beings which pass across different emotions and information in different cultures and languages. However, while some are found in nearly all languages but with varied meanings and functions according to context, some are peculiar to specific languages and cultures. This work, therefore, investigates the functions and meanings of both universal interjections (specifically 'Oh' and 'Ah') and the Yoruba language specific interjectionsdoi:10.24071/joll.2019.1901008 fatcat:rv2rrr2qmzbchfu6w3wzymolvy