AWON Abiku Nile Yoruba, Oruko won ATI itumo

AWON Abiku Nile Yoruba, Oruko won ATI itumo 



Abiku


: "Bo ku o te" meaning "If you die you disgrace yourself", revealing that this woman had had "abiku" (short- lived) children prior to this one


"Biobaku," i. e., "Bi (iwo) ko ba ku," or in English: "If (you, or ) this one does not die" an inconclusive phrase requiring a "then" part to complete it; a "then" part of the name of "My heart will rejoice", or "God will have heard my prayers," or "My sorrows have ended, " or some such phrase".



Aiyédun – Life is sweet


Aiyédun, = Life is sweet, don’t go (die) again


Aiyélagbe = in the world we live, do not go


A já – Dog, do not break the rope, sorry, do not go


Ajéigbe Wealth is not lost


Aklsatán – Rag has finished, do not use more rags


Akújí What are you dead, awakens


Akúji, knife sorts of sleight of hand


Apara . He who go to the heaven and return


Aybrunbò Go to Heaven and back


Bánjókó - senta-se comigo


Bánjókó, sits/rests/stay with me


Dúródólú, = wait and see good things


Dúrójaiyé = wait and enjoy life



Dúrdorlike -= Stay, thou shall be spoiled (in this world) (àbíkú name for a girl)



Dúrósomo stay and do child 

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