Showing posts with label culture. Show all posts
Showing posts with label culture. Show all posts

Sunday, March 31, 2024

Yoruba kings and wife taboos

Yoruba kings and wife taboos

Yoruba kings and wife taboos

Kings in the olden days marry only virgins

Kings in the olden days are believe to be next to ORISA and ORISA don't eat left overs.

Any woman that has lost her virginity cannot be given to the king because it is believe that she is a leftover of another Man .

How many king today can boast that his wife was once a virgin?

When the king himself cannot boast that he was selected by IFA ?

The king makers cannot boast that they are preserving culture ...

Look at the set of liars and thief's who are supposed to protect culture but turn out to be thieves and liars .

How would our culture stand the test of time with this bunch of people?

The king is taking a wife that has been disflowered by another man, the king is eating another man's left over  

The king is doing a taboo. A first class grade taboo for that matter .

Now listen to a small highlights from AJE NLA, the son of OBATALA.

In the olden days we have more structure and more enlightened, everyone know their place and where they belong .

Infact before the demise of the current king, the town already know the next five generational king to ascend the throne . This is possible because of structure, faith in IFA , faithfulness towards one another and everyone values their worth more than money .

Today not everyone has a value anymore. They are bought with money and they don't even know their own value anymore .

What a shame 

In those days, every family prepared his daughter in preparation to be selected as the kings wife because they understand cultural values .

I wished I could talk more .

The son of OBATALA 

Monday, March 18, 2024

Olden Tradition of giving your child to the river to bless

Olden Tradition of giving your child to the river to bless

Olden Tradition of giving your child to the river to bless 

In the olden days long before time,the children of OSUN, YEMOJA and OLOKUN always visit the River with their new born baby for blessings.

This Tradition is reduced to one particular tribe in the country and that particular tribe are also not dedicated as before .

When you have a baby as an ORISA devotee, the ORISA would be present with their gifts which they would hand over to the child in question.

The child whose spirit would be there along with his spiritual friends and egbe orun to receive those wonderful gifts of the ORISA .

This rituals is always in stages and can take up to days before it is finished.

Part of the rituals is for the baby to be taken to the nearby flowing rivers .

The baby's destiny is locked and protected from all sort of Evil and the presence of the ORISA is always with that child .

The child would definitely be initiated into one or two forces by the ORISA and if the parent has money the child IFA INITIATION would have be done at that instance .

Such child would grow up to be a major force and if well brought up in good manners and respect to elders, the child would never face any battle that would over come the child.

The child grow up to see the world at higher degree for what it is and speak with unseen forces and spirits.

The Reason for this lost in Tradition is because of the way we embrace foreign religion and neglect ours.

There is still power,there is still forces and these forces never seize to express their presence to whoever has the purest of mind and is ready to follow their Path.

Monday, March 11, 2024

The perfect IFA way of dressing: Pakaja

The perfect IFA way of dressing: Pakaja

The perfect IFA way of dressing: Pakaja

We have been rules by blind people and the OLUWO we looked up to are also blind by greed and lust for money ,women and Power

You can all try all you can but you can never defeat the true son of OBATALA.

If you are angry because of the truth, go and kill yourself because the son of OBATALA is only doing what OBATALA told him to do.

To librate people out from dark isese Yoruba tradition and mind prison.

There is no ODU IFA that talks about pakaja or that talks about doing kaja on the right or on the left .

So who invented doing kaja on certain part of the body?

I did a video yesterday about OBATALA and I sent it out and someone commented that I should do the kaja on the left,that it is always on the left .

So I took my cowries and ask IFA that : is it mandatory that I should pa kaja on the left, guess the answer. IFA says no.

I came back and told the person that, pakaja or how I do kaja is up to me.

I can decide to pa kaja on the right side and I can decide to do it on the left hand side.

My articles are going to be against a lot of teachings in IFA and isese and have told IYAAMI ELEYE and IYAMOPO that a lot of people would have to die because if what I say doesn't go well with them, they would want to send their evil spirit an errand and I told them to kill as many as possible along their children children .

I guess that is why OLODUMARE sent Kudeti to me , the ORISA for death so that they can die in their multitude.

I didn't come into isese ,I was called by OBATALA and have been guided by OLOKUN.

If you know ORISA OLOKUN then you would run for your dear Life.

Mind you, Yoruba might have their own way to pakaja according to tradition and I am a man that respect tradition.

I remains AJE NLA 
All forms of Yoruba greetings and the interpretation you need to know

All forms of Yoruba greetings and the interpretation you need to know

All forms of Yoruba greetings and the interpretation you need to know 

Yorùbá ni kíkí fún gbogbo àsìkò ọjọ́, ìṣẹ̀lẹ̀ àti èto.̀ Fún àpẹrẹ: a lérò wípé àwọn ti a kọ si abala ojú   ìwé yi,  àti bi a ti le pe ìkíni kankan a wúlò  fún yin.

Eku itadi(greetings for farting(mess).

Eku ireju(greetin someonr relaxin).

A jee yira o( When sum1 is eating), meaning you would eat and belle full

Moki ota moki ope (when people are playing game like draft, ludo, card, e.t.c).meaning I greet the winner and looser 

Eku ewa oo (for sum one making hair).

Eku abo(for someone who went out and is coming back.).

Eku ile o(Greetin when someone just arrived at home).

Eku alejo (when someone is having a visitor).

Onya aya o(for hairdresser).

Eku ijoko o (when people are sitted)

E ku ojo meta(Quite an age)

Eku amojuba(when any of ur relative just
arrived from the journey).

Eku iso (when someone mess)

Eku iyaleta (towards afternoon)

Eku ile de(when any of ur relative is nt around)

Eku igbadun.. When sumone is flexin

Eku ojo meta(long time no see)

E ku ise (well done)

Ekun irole(Gud evenin).

Eku ile o & Baba “wil answer” Eku abo o.

Eku ara fe ra kun (when some1 dead yesterday).

Eku iyaleta o (10am to mid day greetings)

Oko aare fo oooo,(greetings to driver)

Aroko bodun de o(for famers)
Eku iduro (when u stand eku erin when u laugh)

Eku owo lomi o(the woman that just put to bed).

Eku osi(when someone is doing rubbish)

E ku ay se(greetings 4 doin nothing)

Eku ayeye oni(greetn wen havin a party)

E ku orire o(when some one purchasing car or recieving promotion letter)

E ku afere yii (when the weather is cold)

Eku ise o (greetings someone dat is working)

E ku orinrin (when it newly rain and there is cold)

E ku ewu ijade(Wen som1 is dedicatin a child)

EEKU ILE (when someone arrived 4rom another place).

Eku ijoko(if a passer by wants to greet people sitting down).

Eku imu enu duro o(when fasting).

Eku ori ere ooooooooooo( When celebrating a good thing).

Thursday, March 7, 2024

Yoruba Tales by Moonlight, purpose and format

Yoruba Tales by Moonlight, purpose and format

Yoruba Tales by Moonlight, purpose and format.

These are folk tales told by anyone with a story to share, from elders to people in position of great respect and even young children. At night, outside on the porch, the story teller sits in front or in the middle and the audience surrounds the story teller. The stories are told in the gloom of twilight and are thus “Tales by moonlight”.

The format in which the stories are told is also important. In African cultures, call and response is an integral part of civic participation. From religious rituals to music, children’s rhymes and everything in between.

In the modern world, the most well-known examples of call and response is in the diaspora, where enslaved Africans sang work songs to help them cope with the inhumanity and desperate suffering they went through in their daily lives (Songs, n.d.). These have now been adapted into modern African American religious music and church traditions. (Water, n.d.)

An example of call and response which everyone probably has heard before is “The Circle of Life” from The Lion King. The beginning of the song in which a male voice chants and several backing vocals respond is a call and response (Life, 1994)

For Yoruba tales by moonlight, the person telling the story starts with a call, and the audience responds. This is repeated a few times, possibly to get the full attention of the listeners. 

The traditional start of the story is marked by the chant below.

Story teller: Àlọ́ ọ́

Listeners:  Àlọ́

The word “Àlọ́” means “story”  and the chant can be loosely translated as the Yoruba version of “Once Upon a Time” in western folk tales

These tales usually feature anthropomorphic animals involved in human situations. The animal takes the roles of a human and are creatures familiar to the audience in their day to day lives.

They also feature supernatural beings, spirits and the nether realms as yoruba religion practics ancestral worship as well as a diverse pantheon of deities (See my previous pinned post on the yoruba mythological pantheon)

The aim of these stories is to teach the listeners life skills, cultural ideals and the philosophies of the culture.

As stated in the open journal of Modern Linguistics by Timothy Adeyemi Akanbi: (Akanbi, , 2014)

“All were entitled to tell a tale if they wished, even the youngest; and all were expected to support the others’ performances by supplying a chorus to the songs. The moral values which are the issue in these stories are correspondingly those which make for harmonious communal living. Good neighbours, loyal friends and faithful wives are contrasted with tricksters, betrayers and deceivers. The important point is not so much that the Àlọ́ are didactic, imparting values to the young… but that the ground and framework of every story are the values of everyday, ordinary human world”

Stories like how the tortoise lost its hair teach the listeners about the dangers of stealing and gluttony whilst sstories of how the tortoise got the cracks on its shell teach listeners about the dangers of greed.

As you can probably guess, tortoise stories are very common in Yoruba folk tales. There are other animals used, but tortoises hold a special distinction and are the fall guys in the animal kingdom, exhibiting vices the Yoruba culture frowns upon.

Through the misfortunes that plague the tortoise in these stories, we begin to understand what values and traits Yoruba culture deems acceptable and which it doesn’t.

The animals are always singular entities too, so in all the stories, there is dog, tortoise, lion, leopard, hyena etc. Them and immediate families are the only ones of their species present in the stories, however the misfortunes that befall them apply automatically to the rest of their kind.

With this background in place, I will be publishing my first tale, a very simple one most Yoruba children know; “How the Tortoise got his shell” tomorrow.


Akanbi, T. A., , 2014. The Moral Value of Yorùbá Moonlight Tales. Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, Volume 4, pp. 481-486.

Life, D. T. C. o., 1994. Youtube. [Online]
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Wednesday, March 6, 2024

6 Important Yoruba questions to learn Yoruba

6 Important Yoruba questions to learn Yoruba

Here goes!

*A quick note: the phrases will be without tones until I can get some clarification as to what they are. 

Please forgive my beginner learner ways!*

Kilo de? [Why?]

Kilo de ti…? [Why…?]

Ki ni…?/ Kilo…? [What…?]

Bawo ni…?/Bawo l’…? [How…?]

Nigba wo ti…? [When…?]

Aago meloo ni…? [What time/ when…?]

Tani…? [Who?]

Tani e? [Who is that?]

Nibo…wa? [Where is…situated?]

….da? [Where is…?]

…wo ni…? [Which…do…?]

As you can see, far more than 6 Ws, but nonetheless super useful. 

These should get you on your way to asking some questions. 

I believe these days I have been improving a lot, but I don’t know everything, so when in doubt I bring in the English.

 I use phrases and vocabulary that I am certain of in conversations with my parents and ended with sentences that are a Yoruba/English hybrid, to avoid frustrations.

For example,

Kilo dé ti ẹ fẹ́ call orẹ́ yín?

[why do you want to call your friend?]

It is not perfect but I move forward this way.

Anyways, I hope you are enjoying this

Monday, March 4, 2024

All about Igogo Festival in Owo

All about Igogo Festival in Owo

Six hundred years ago, Olowo, the King, fell in love with Orensen, a very beautiful woman.

 Unfortunately for the King, she was a goddess who could not live with a human. She was forbidden to see women pounding spices, draw water, or throw a bundle of wood to the ground.

Because of his love for the goddess, and in order to marry her, the King promised her that his other wives, in front of her would follow these same restrictions.

 After several years, the King’s wives became jealous and revolted. They did everything they were not supposed to do in front of the goddess, who then cast a spell upon the entire kingdom. 

The goddess promised that people of Owo, would die of famine or sickness if the King and his chiefs did not celebrate every year a ceremony in her honor. The drums should beg her pardon and sing her praises. One also had to offer her a sacrifice of a man and a woman.

This ceremony, IGOGO,[IGOGO FESTIVAL] still exists, but the human beings have been replaced by a sheep and a goat.

This is an annual festival in Owo which lasts a total of 17 days featuring a number of ceremonies including the blessing and release of new yams. 

The festival is in commemoration of the king’s wife who turned into a tree while being pursued by the king’s slave to return to the palace after her rival violated her taboos in her presence.

The Olowo, usually during this festival dresses in Coral Beaded Crown and in addition plaits his hair like a woman. It could be seen here that Owo has some traditional linkage with Benin.

The Olowo leads his people including the Chief Priest and the male youths from Iloro quarters to dance round the whole town. During this 17 days period of celebration, drumming is banned in Owo and instead, metal gongs (Agogo) are used. This was where the name ‘IGOGO’ was coined.

The Igogo festival which comes up in September annually is a cultural display of the culture of the people with its main aim as to align youths with the cultural norm of the land.

The importance of Yoruba carved mask

The importance of Yoruba carved mask

Yoruba masks are worn by a traditional healer to drive evil spirits from the possessed person. 

The arts of the Yoruba are numerous in form, Beautifully sculptured and or carved art pieces are placed on shrines to honor the gods and the ancestors. 

Varied masking traditions have resulted in a great diversity of mask forms. Beautiful sculpture abounds in wood and brass and the occasional terracotta.

Yoruba Tribal Art has a significant and mystical history. The masks form an important part of ceremonies, rituals, initiations, celebrations and secret communities. 

The use of African masks typically includes song, prayer, and dance. It is for this reason that the mask can be viewed as an obvious work of sculpture art, but because of its function, it is also considered a performance art form. Yoruba masks are mainly crafted from wood. 

They are often decorated with paints, cowrie shells, colored glass, nails, plant fibers, horns and metal pieces.

Yoruba Tribal Art has a significant and mystical history. The masks form an important part of ceremonies, rituals, initiations, celebrations and secret communities. 

The use of African masks typically includes song, prayer, and dance. It is for this reason that the mask can be viewed as an obvious work of sculpture art, but because of its function, it is also considered a performance art form. Yoruba masks are mainly crafted from wood. 

They are often decorated with paints, cowrie shells, colored glass, nails, plant fibers, horns and metal pieces.

The actual carving of these masks and figures is a very deliberated act, which begins with the artist ceremonially purifying himself, than offering a prayer to the ancestors and asking for proper guidance from the divine forces. 

The object will then be inhabited by the divine force. The spirit of the tree used to create it, will be sacrificed, cut down and left for a couple days, so that the spirit of the tree can leave to find a new home.

 After this period is over, the artist will take the tree home and begin to carve it into a mask or a figure. If the tree cracks during this time, it can not be used .

Yoruba masks are generally representative of some sort of spirit, and this spirit is believed to possess the dancer as they wear the mask.

 This dancer is chosen either because they have been trained specifically for this purpose or because they have demonstrated abilities to extraordinarily communicate with the deceased ancestors.

 Masking ceremonies involves the chosen dancer speaking and hearing from the ancestors. 

This happens as the dancer goes into a trance like state. The purpose is often to receive the guidance and wisdom from the ancestors, or to tell a story or play out a message of the peoples history. 

The messages received, comes out of the dancer as utterances and moans. The translation is provided by a wise man, who accompanies the dancer and deciphers the grunts and utterances.

The love of music, song and dance always plays a central theme in the ceremonies and rituals. 

These rituals and ceremonies may depict obviously the ancestors, but also the dead, the spirit of animals and other supernatural beings. 

During initiation ceremonies, the masks worn, depict an ancestor. The purpose would be to gain favor and to be received into the tribe as a vital member.

Yoruba masks, ceremonies and rituals where once a very important and central part of African culture and life and it is in some villages still nowadays. 

As time has passed, modernization, colonization, heavy migration into the cities and out of the countryside and small villages have made these rituals and ceremonies rarer occurances.

 However, Yoruba masks still live on through use, new artists, museums and art collectors. They remain symbols of a time past, a rich history, and the religious and the cultural holdings of a people.

The criteria for the selection of Are Ona Kakanfo

The criteria for the selection of Are Ona Kakanfo

The criteria for the selection of Are Ona Kakanfo 

To be the Are Ona Kakanfo, you must be a great warrior and very courageous.

 The creation of the title stopped the invasion of Yorubaland by external aggressors. 

The Are Ona Kakanfo was so powerful and invincible that he would fight several wars at the same time.

 He never lost any battle. Due to his power, the Alaafin would not allow him to live in the same town with him.

 The Aare Ona Kakanfo normally lives in a commercial city.

The selection involves several rituals and there have been speculations that the last two Kakanfos did not complete the ritual circles. 

Samuel Johnson in his book treatise on the Kakanfo stated that the Kakanfos are always shaved, but the hair on the inoculated part is allowed to grow long, and when plaited, forms a tuft or sort of pigtail, adding that Kakanfos are generally ‘very stubborn and obstinate.

They have been more or less troublesome, due to the effect of the ingredients they were inoculated with. In war they carry no weapon but a weapon known as the King’s invincible staff.’ 

It is generally understood that they are to give way to no one not even to the King, their master.

 Hence, Kakanfos are never created in the capital but in any other town in the Kingdom.

Kakanfo is akin to a field marshal and is conferred upon the greatest soldier and tactician of the day.

 ‘By virtue of his office he is to go to war once in 3 years to whatever place the King named, and dead or alive, to return home a victor, or be brought home a corpse within three months. 

Kakanfo usually has certain ensigns: The Ojijiko, and a cap made of the red feathers of the parrots tail, with a projection behind reaching as far down as the waist, an apron of leopards skin, and a leopard skin to sit on always the Asiso or pigtail and the Staff invincible.
Regency in Yoruba land

Regency in Yoruba land

Regency, a practice, whereby a princess is allowed to occupy the throne until a substantive king is installed, is presently practiced in some states in yorubaland. In yoruba tradition, regency is designed to honor the first daughter of every Oba/king/High chief who died on the throne. 

However, such honor is not extended to any Oba who was banished. There have been instances in Akure history when two Regents have refused to quit and they went ahead to be confirmed as the Deji for many years.

in yorubaland. In yoruba tradition, regency is designed to honor the first daughter of every Oba/king/High chief who died on the throne. However, such honor is not extended to any Oba who was banished. 

There have been instances in Akure history when two Regents have refused to quit and they went ahead to be confirmed as the Deji for many years.

The Regent is supposed to be an interim Oba in the real sense of it. She enjoys all the honor and privileges attached to the office of the Oba and she has to dress as a man for the period she is Regent.

 Because she has worn a crown, she is is never again required to expose her head or get careless with any strands of her hair if she ever goes to a Beauty Salon after leaving the throne. She must never again carry anything on her head for the rest of her life.

Tradition has it that a married woman or a single lady should be made a Regent instead of a male, for it is assumed that a male might not want to leave as he may transform himself to be king .It had happened in one of the towns before. But if a married woman or spinster is enthroned she will be yearning to go back to her husband and family while a spinster will be yearning to get married and start a new life with her own family.

The Regent is to all intent and purposes the Oba-in-Council in and she automatically takes precedence over the all the chiefs and they are subservient to the Regent and must swear traditional allegiance and loyalty to the Regent as an Institution. From Igbona-Ekiti in Ikole Local Government Area to Erio-Ekiti in Ekiti west and Awo-Ekiti, in Irepodun-Ifelodun Local Government Area, regents currently hold the fort, even if temporarily, as kings on the thrones of their fathers, occasionally giving orders, settling disputes, attending community and state functions and filling other spaces within the communities as needs often compel.

While some communities are said to choose males as regents, the more common and familiar are the females who are the direct daughters of recently deceased monarchs. Findings showed that males are seldom made regents because of the possibilities of a refusal to vacate the throne when a substantive monarch is installed, causing a situation in which two monarchs lay claim to one royal stool.

Further findings reveal that the regents, who are sometimes known even before the demise of a sitting monarch, are there mainly for titular purposes and for a short time till another monarch is selected and installed. It was also found out that in actual fact, the administrative running of the towns still solely rests with the chiefs as a regent might have one personal reason or the other to be away.

According to Yoruba tradition, the moment a princess ascends the throne and as long as she remains the regent, she is no longer regarded as a woman and she is expected to appear always like a man, but she is only allowed to wear the round beaded crowns, unlike the male kings who have various crowns designed and decorated with beads which may fall over their faces.

The faces of the regents must not be covered and the beads on the neck, falling on their chest must not be more than three and graduated in three layers, although this varies in some communities. But, the beads of the Obas, though of the same length could be more than three.

Regents cannot undertake during the regency any installation of chieftaincy titles, removal of erring chiefs on any excuse and registration of chieftaincy declarations.

The Regency concept is not universal in Yorubaland. There was no Regent in Ijebu Land before the current Awujale, Ogbagba the second was coronated. Same in Lagos after Oba Adeniji Adele or Oba Oyekan joined their ancestors. So also in Ile Ife after Oonirisa Atobatele Sir Adesoji Aderemi left, and Kabiyesi Sijuwade took over.

There was no Regent in Oyo Alaafin where the Oyo Mesi reign supreme. Same for the Owa Obokun of Ilesha after the demise of Owa Obokun Agunlejika and before Oba Aromolaran took over. There was no Regent in Owo after Ekunwolu, Oluaiye Olateru Olagbegi answered the call.

There was no Regent in Idanre following the transition of Kabiyesi Owa Arubiefin.

However, there are few towns in Ekitiland and other places where they had Regents in their traditional system. Certainly in Ado Ewi and Iropora and Oba Ile near Akure, the tradition is fully observed. In the case of Akure, we have had two Regents who have refused to quit after serving out their term as Regents. The were both powerful women of substance with a lot of medicinal and spuritual power.

One of them became the 13th Deji of Akure. Her name was “Eyearo” She reigned for 26 years from 1393 to 1419. The second one became the 25th Deji. Her name is “Eyemoin.” She reigned for 30 years from 1705 to 1735. We are able to talk about them today because their reigns were properly documented.

Linguistics similarities between Egypt and YORUBA

Linguistics similarities between Egypt and YORUBA

Linguistics similarities between Egypt and YORUBA 


Egypt vs Yoruba 

1. Wu (rise) Wu (rise)

2. Ausa (Osiris, father of the gods) Ausa (father)
3. Ere (python/ Serpent) Ere (Python / Serpent)
4. Horise (a great god) Orise (a great god)
5. Sen (group of worshippers) Sen ( to worship)

6. Ged (to chant) Igede (a chant)
7. Ta (sell / offer) Ta (sell/offer)
8. Sueg (a fool) Suegbe (a fool)
9. On ( living person) One ( living person)
10. Kum (a club) Kumo( a club)
11. Enru (fear / terrible) Eru (fear / terrible
12. Kun / qun (brave man) Ekun (title of a brave man)

13. Win (to be) Wino (to be)
14. Odonit (festival) Odon (festival)
15. Ma or mi (to breath) Mi. (to breathe)
16. Tebu (a town) Tebu (a town)
17. Adumu (a water god) Adumu (a water god)
18. Khu (to kill) Ku (die)
19. Rekha (knowledge} Larikha (knowledge)
20 Hika (evil) Ika (evil)

21 Mhebi (humble) Mebi (humble to ones family)
22 Sata (perfect) Santan (perfect)
23 Unas (lake of fire) Una (fire)
24 Tan (complete) Tan (complete)
25 Beru (force of emotion) Beru (fear)
26 Em (smell) Emi (smell)
27 Pa (open) Pa (break open)
28 Bi (to become) Bi (to give birth, to become)

29 Hepi (a water god) Ipi (a water god)
30 Sami (water god) Sami (a water god)
31 Osiri (a water god) Oshiri (a water god)
32 Heqet – Re (frog deity) Ekere (the frog)
33 Feh (to go away) Feh (to blow away)
34 Kot (build) Ko (build)
35 Kot (boat) Oko (boat)
36 Omi (water) Omi (water)
37 Ra (time) Ira (time)
38 Oni (title of Osiris) Oni (title of the king of Ife)

39 Budo (dwelling place) Budo (dwelling place)
40 Dudu (black image of Osiris) Dudu (black person)
41 Un (living person) Una (living person)
42 Ra (possess) Ra (possess/buy)
43 Beka (pray/confess) Be or ka (to pray or confess)
44 Po (many) Po (many/cheap)
45 Horuw (head) middle Egyptian Oruwo (head) (Ijebu)

46 Min (a god) Emin (spirit)
47 Ash (invocation) Ashe (invocation)
48 Aru (mouth) Arun (mouth ) Ilaje
49 Do (river) Odo (river)
50 Do (settlement) Udo (settlement)
51 Shekiri (water god) Shekiri (a water god)
52 Bu (a place) Bu ,a place
53 Khepara (beetle Akpakara (beetle)
54 No (a water god Eno (a water god)
55 Ra -Shu (light after darkness Uran-shu (the light of the moon

56 Run-ka (spirit name) Oruko (name)
57 Deb/dib to pierce Dibi (to pierce)
58 Maat (goddess of justice Mate (goddess of justice)
59 Aru (rise) Ru (rise up)
60 Fa (carry) Fa (pull)
61 Kaf (pluck) Ka (pluck)
62 Bu bi (evil place) Bubi (evil place)
63 In- n (negation In-n (negation)
64 Iset (a water god) Ise (a water god)
65 Shabu (watcher) Ashonbo (watcher)

66 Semati (door keeper) Sema (lock/shut the door)
67 Khenti amenti (big words of Osiris Yenti – yenti (big, very big)
68 Ma (to know) Ma (to know)
69 Bebi, a son of osiris) Ube, a god
70 Tchatcha chief (they examined the death to see if they tricked tsatsa (a game of tricks, gambling )
71 Ren( animal foot) Ren (to walk)
72 Ka (rest) Ka (rest/tired)
73 Mu (water) Mu (drink water)
74 Abi (against) Ubi (against / impediment)

75 Reti (to beseech) Retin (to listen)
76 Hir (praise) Yiri (praise)
77 Ta(spread out) Ta (spread out)
78 Kurud (round) Kurudu (round)
79 Ak – male Ako (male)
80 Se – to create Se (to create)
81 Hoo (rejoice) Yo (rejoice)
82 Kamwr (black) Kuru (extremely black
83 Omitjener (deep water) Omijen (deep water)

84 Nen, the primeval water mother) Nene (mother
85 Ta (land) Ita (land junction)
86 Horiwo (head) Oriwo (head)
87 Ro (talk) Ro (to think)
88 Kurubu (round) Kurubu (deep and round)
89 Penka (divide) Kpen (divide)
90 Ma-su (to mould) Ma or su (to mould)
91 Osa (time) Osa (time)
92 Osa (tide) Osa ( tide)
93 Fare (wrap) Fari (wrap)

94 Kom (complete) Kon (complete)
95 Edjo (cobra) Edjo (cobra)
96 Didi (red fruit) Diden (red)
97 Ba (soul) Oba (king) soul of a people
98 Ke (hill) Oke( hill
99 Anubis (evil deity) Onubi (evil person)
100 Kan (one: Middle Egyptian) Okan one)
101 Nam (water god) Inama (water god

Saturday, March 2, 2024

Don't disrespect Moi Moi

Don't disrespect Moi Moi

mó̩íń-mó̩íń is mó̩íń-mó̩íń, it is not beans cake. 

Àkàrà is àkàrà, it is not beans balls. 

They are all Yoruba renowned dishes that have been sustaining our people for ages. 
You do not translate pizza, you retain its Italian name; you do not translate sushi, you retain its Japanese name.

Do not translate yoruba version. It is highly disrespectful, and it erases our ownership, identities and longstanding heritage.

Tiwa n tiwa!

Friday, March 1, 2024

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Friday, February 2, 2024

Are Yoruba king Powerless or neglected by the Irunmole that they are being killed like Fowl?

Are Yoruba king Powerless or neglected by the Irunmole that they are being killed like Fowl?

Are Yoruba king Powerless or neglected by the Irunmole that they are being killed like Fowl?

I am seeing a lot of trends online about Yoruba king being the target of some tribes or whatever.

Everyone is living in fear and it is making me happy.

How I wished they can eliminate all the Yoruba king for goood.

How many of them are actually selected by IFA ?  

What do you expert?

IFA and the Irunmole to protect someone they didn't put on the stool as a king?

If it were you, you would do the same as an ORISA.

Me AJE NLA don't pity any king that is kill or dead.

The Yoruba ancestors are not dead neither are they blind .

Many king has neglected their roles to the ORISA apart from the fact that they are not choosen.

If you have been following, I have said in a million times that this year is a year of evil.


Why are you surprised that their is outcry or revenge from IYAAMI ELEYE and IYAMOPO on the throne?

No man should cry for any king that is dead.

Just imagine, the council of OBAs has not said a statement.

The OONI of ife has not said a word, the Are Ona Kakanfo has been mute .

Did you ask why?

Is something wrong?

Many more evil is coming in this year and this is just a test of the evil coming.

Thank you.

My words are not against any king or tribe but the bitter truth.

Am AJE NLA +2347031178647

Thursday, February 1, 2024

Owu Waterfall in Kwara state.

Owu Waterfall in Kwara state.

Owu Waterfall, Ifelodun, Kwara state.

One of the most beautiful hidden gems of yorubaland.!

The Owu falls in Kajola and Owa-onire, Ifelodun, Kwara state is the highest & one of the most spectacular waterfalls in West Africa measuring 120m above water level & dropping 330 ft down into the ice cold water below.

 It falls in five levels from the hills above, offering amazing views of the surrounding landscapes of Yorubaland.

Sunday, January 28, 2024




1. A ke kaakaa k’oloro o gbo b’oloro ba gbo kinni o se!
2. Agba kii wa l’oja, k’ori omo titun o wo.
3. Apata le, oloko da si.
4. Ayangbe aja ni ndun, sugbon ki ni a o je, k’aja o too gbe?
5. A k’eyin je, ko mo pe ’di nr’ adie.
6. Agba t’ o ni suuru, ohungbogbo lo ni.
7. A kii kanju tu’lu aran, igba re ko to se l’obe
8. A ki lo si Ede k’a ba odede je, toripe bi a ba t’ Ede de oode naa l’nbo.
9. A ki rue ran erin l’ori, ki a tun ma woe era nle.
10. Ai gbo ’fa l’a nbo.

11. Ajeje owo kan ko gb’eru d’ori.
12. A kii l’agbarato kekere sikeji.
13. Alagbede t’o nlu’ rin loju kan naa, ni ohun to fee mu jade nibe.
14. A gb’oju l’ogun fi ‘ra re f’osi ta.
15. Atete so’ ko, lo ns’ogututu, enit’o so kehin a so’ daro.
16. Aja to ba l’ehin l’o np’obo, eyiti ko l’ene l’ehin a p’aaya.
17. Aladugbo kii d’ola.
18. Aileeja ni, won ko bi mi ni ile yi.
19. Agba tan l’angb’ ole, b’a d’aso, fole a pa l’aro.
20. A t’ehin rogbon, a ke ti aja, a ke l’eti tan, o nm’obe pamo.
21. Aye yi ki s’awaa lo, orun nikan l’aremabo.
22. Amona esin, ko j’amona mo.
23. Agbara ojo ko p’ohun o ni ’le wo, onile ni ko ni gba fun.
24. Ara ile eni ko s’eni, eniyan eru ko s’eniyan, a ko ni fi w’alaroo lasan.
25. Ale o mohun ti ns’ osafi, osafi nkuu lo ni ’le, ale re npe ni ’ta.
26. A pe ka too sun ni ’le wa l’ana, ibere ofofo.

27. A kii l’gbara nle, k’a w’egbaa r’ode.
28. Aye ko fe’ni f’oro, a f ori rni.
29. A dagba ko’la, nso ni nso.
30. A pe loowe, o l’aro nrue.
31. A tete de kii s’ana, enu o ku ’waju lo mo.
32. A bi nu fufu l’o nw’onje fabirun-were-were.
33. Agbe ‘le ya ‘na, ni a gb’oke yaa’ run.
34. Aja kii roro, k’o s’ ojule meji.
35. A kii s’oosa l’pju ofon, b’ o ba d’ale a maa tu pepe.
36. A kii na’ma tan k’a f’owo ko’mu.
37. A ki l’oko ni ’le, k’ a beere aso.
38. Alara l’aro k o r’ oun, e lo ku aisun, o ku aiwo.
39. Ara eniayn ni’re wa.
40. Ailora ogongo, a ko le fi we t’agilinti/adigbon nanku.
41. Ara la mo, a ko mo’nu yin.
42. Abere kii ko’hun aso, ko gbodo k’ohun odo.
43. A t’apata nde, o soro se.
44. Adie funfun, ko m’ara re lagba.
45. Alaran ni gba’ara re ga, bi adie oba wo ’le, abere.
46. A jaa-jo, ti kin je k’okunrin o l’omu.
47. A soro yan ’ro l’o p’lenpe akoto, t’ni ’gba wuwo j’awo lo.
48. A s’ape fun were jo, oun were ogboogba.
49. Aiku eklu, a ko lee f’awo re se gbedu.
50. Adan d’ori k’odo, o now’se eye.
51. Akuko l’o f’ogbe ori re fun kolokol ye wo.
52. Abata ta kete bi enipe ko b’odo tan.
53. Ayeku l’a nma ayo.
54. Apon ti ko l’obinrin, a bebe oran, a ni joo o, o ba nda’ k obo.
55. A nki, a nsa, o l’oo m’ eni o ku.
56. Aiduro ni’jo.
57. Agbigbo, o ku eru ori.
58. Alate rogodi, l’o nd’oko duro d’olosinsin.
59. A nge peepeepee bi awo baba ‘sona.
60. Ai rin jinna, ni a ko labuke okere, b’ aa ba pe l’ori imi, a o rebuke esinsin.
61. A sare nu eekan ko sa lasan, bi ko le nkan, nkan le.
62. Aja kii gbagbe oloore.
63. Adie rano, kii se ohun ajegbe.
64. Aipo nile wa ni ko jeki a ho ni a nwi. A ko gbodo so pe a kop o, ni ko je k’a gbon.
65. A k’adie ta, a f’owo ra’wo, awo naa ye mefa, o pa kan, soso.

66. Abiamo b’oja gbooro gbooro.
67. Ai tete m’ole, ole nm, oloko.
68. A kii so ’ri olori, k’awodi o gbe tei lo.
69. A ko gbodo tori awijare, ki’to o tan l’enu.
70. A kii gb’enu okunrun m’ oogun.
71. A ko gbodo gb’eru eleru l’ori, ka fa t’eni lowo.
72. A ko gbodo gb’eru d’obe nu.
73. A kii gbon bi eniti nso ni.
74. Ai mori eku de, kii je k’a mo p’ologbo ns’ode.
75. Ai f’eni p;eni, ai feniyam p;eniyan, ni mu ara oko san bante wo lu.
76. Aparo kan ko ga ju’kan lo, a f’eyi to ba gori ebe.
77. Aidun osan l’anmu ‘kan soso, nbosan ba dun, ao m’ogbon.
78. Ai gbe’ le m’ eni ogun o pa.
79. Awodi t’o nre ‘bara, efufu ta ndi kan, o ni o kuku ya.
80. A kii r’ajeku oro.
81. A kii ma gun ma ate ki’ yan ewura ma l’emo.
82. Aja m’ omo re fun l’omu, o ma t’ekulu ki mo le.
83. Awa ti g’oke agba, k’afara o too ja, eyin to ku, k’mura.
84. Ajeele gbese, kii je k’egbaafo o to o na.
85. A kii r’ajanaku ta l’eemeji.
86. Ai jeun sun ekun, ko ni si oju aja.
87. A kii tu ‘fun abuke l’ehin re.
88. Aja t’o re ile ekun to bo, ki a ki ku ewu.
89. Agemo kii ku ni kekere, a fib o ba tepa ileke.
90. Arun t’o n so ogoji, l’o ns oodunrun, ohun to ns’ Aboyade gbogbo oloya l’o nse.
91. Ahere ni yoo kehin oko, aatan ni yoo kehin ile.
92. A wo’lu ma te iwon ara re lo mo.
93. A ti ku ko tejo, bii k’ a r’eni f’ehin sile fun.
94. Aisi nle ologbo, ile di ‘le ekute.
95. Ai mase ‘ko orogun –oka, lo jek’o t’ori boo mi gbigbona.
96. Aye l’oja, orun ni’le.
97. A kii f’ola la’ yo.

98. A sese jade akan, a ko mo’ bi t’ o nlo.
99. A sese yo ogomo, t’o l’ohun o kan ‘run, ko beere lowo baba re – igbago?
100. Arike, ariyo, ni t’omo titun.
101. A kii t’oju elese mesan ka.
102. Adie to fo’oju, oru ni won nta.
103. Alejo to fo’ju oru ni won nta.
104. Alejo to t’tori obinrin wo ilu, opa l’ o npa won je.
105. Amukun eru re wo, o ni oke le now, e o wo ’le.
106. Ai f’ele ke boosi, ni ko je ko see jo.
107. A ti ran mu gangan, ko s;ehin eekanna.
108. A kii fi gbese s’orun se oso.
109. A ngb’omodie lowo iku, o ni ki e jeki ohun lo si koto aatan.
110. A l’aje f’enu lo ‘le bi adie.
111. A gb’oojo, kii gb’ojo kan an ti.
112. Ai m’asiko, l’o naamu eda.
113. A ge ku ejo, ti ns’oro bi agbon.
114. Agba to r’ejo ti ko sa, ara iku l’o nya.
115. A so ‘ro an d’omi, ki ‘le to mo – alayidayida.
116. Akunleyan, ohun l’adayeba.
117. A nb’omode gbe yeepe, o ni meta-meta l’ohun ngbe, taa l’a ni ko gbe gbogbo re.
118. Aye oko bi aye ile, aye agbe bi aye aje rorun.
119. Abiku s’ologun d’eke.
120. Awodi jeun epe sanra.
121. Adie nlaagun, iye ni ko je k’a mo.
122. Apaadi ti a ma mo ogiri, t’ogiri ni nse.
123. A dif a feniti nla koto agbara l’eerun won ni bawao, o ni bi ko ba gba be l’eerun, yoo gba l’ajo
124. Arun t’o ti ‘lekun, iku ni yoo si.
125. Atelewo eni, kii tan ni je.
126. Asaale l’oja ntoro.
127. A kii f’owo r’ooyi, k’o mo ko ni l’ oju.
128. Araba nt’ara mu, odo ngb’arere, eniti o mo we nb’ odo lo.
129. A ri t’eru maa wi, a f’appadi feere bo tire mo ile.
130. A pe jeun, kii je ‘baje.
131. Ajoje o dun, g’enikan ko ba ni.
132. Alejo t’o f’oru wo’ilu, igi da ni yoo je sun.
133. A ti gbe ‘yawo ko t’ejo, owo obe, l’o soro.
134. A kii pe k’omode o ma d’ete, b’o ba ti le dagbo gbe.
135. Ai s’ eniyan keta ni eniayn meji nj’ajaku akata.
136. Alaso kan, kii s’an are.
137. A kii s’ore alabere, ki a duro lowo otun.
138. A kii le’ mo buruku f’ekun pa je.
139. Awodi oke, ko mo p’ara ‘le now hun.
140. Ai ko wo rin ejo, l’o nse ku pa won.
141. A kii nii ‘mo, k’a nu’le.
142. Abere a lo, ki ona okun o too di.
143. Ala t’aja ba la, inu elede ni ngbe, oro huu-hun inu elede ni ara si.
144. A gun t’aso lo.
145. Ajulo ko pin, ti ‘jakadi ko.
146. Asiwere eniyan ni nwipe, ori oro l’oun ba, oun ko ba idi re.
147. Agbara ojo ko p’ohun o ni le wo, onile ni ko ni gba fun.
148. Aabo oro l’a nso f’omoluabi, b’o ba de ‘nu re, a di odidi.
149. A kii f’ogboju j’ eleko.
150. Ai fagba f’enikan, ko j’aye o gun.
151. Aropin ni t’eniyan.
152. A kuku joye, ya jenu ni o ka ‘lu lo.
153. A kii s’ore ero ka yo, ero o loo ‘ le e bo d’ ola.
154. A ti mo ‘wa eniyan, l’o soro.
155. A kii ba ni m’adie, k’a f’orunkun bo.
156. Afinju booni, ti nf’ekisa diiba.
157. Ase baje sebi t’oun l’a nwi, asebuburu, e ku ara fu.
158. Atiro m’ese ko le, ona jin.
159. A kii l’ahun niyi.
160. Abamo l’o ngbehin oran, gbogbo otokuhe pe won ko r’ebo abamo se.
161. A f’ase gbe ‘jo, o ntan ‘ra re je.
162. Aare npe o, o difa, bi ifa ba fo ‘re, ti aare ba fo ‘bi nko?
163. Apani ki fe ki a mu’da koja l’ori oun.
164. Ati jelede yungba – yingba, a ti san wo e tiketike.
165. Awon ara won ko sia ba ‘ra won ja.
166. Agbekele kii pa ni lebi.
167. Aba ni ‘kan nda, ikan ko lee m’okuta.
168. Agbalagba kii s’oro bi ewe.
169. Aisi owo, baba ijaya.
170. Aje ke l’ana, omo ku l’oni, taani ko mo pea je ana l’o p’ omo je?
171. A kii dagba s’ohun t’ao ba mo.
172. Adaba npe’de, o se b’eyele o gbo, eyele gbo kirikiri l’o kiri.
173. A ko ni so p’ ogbon tan l’aye, ki a wa lo s’orun.
174. Awo felele bo’nu, ko je k’a mo kun asebi.
175. A kii du ni l’oye, k’a f’ona ile bale han ni.
176. Aala ni yoo f’oko ole han.
177. Agba ti ko binu, l’omo re npo.
178. Alagbata ni nso ‘ja d’owon.
179. A gbe jo nikan da, agba o si ka.
180. A jii nise, ti nfeses je’ gboro.
181. Ai t’ehin ka, ni a nd’owo bo.
182. Anikan rin ejo, l’o nse ‘ku pa won.
183. Arire ba nije, agbon ‘sale b; eni ba ku l’aaro a ya l’ale.
184. A kii kere l’aaye eni, a kii tabi laaye alaaye.
185. A kii ba ni tan, k’a fa ni ni tan ya.
186. Alaini – kan – se, ti nfa ‘re aja.
187. Adie ba l’okun, ara o r’okun, ara o r’adie.
188. Ai l’owo l’owo, ko lee pa ni l’oruko da,
189. Ai lee ja, ni won ko bi mi ni ‘le yi.
190. Ai ra kun ogun pin.
191. A gb’owo ka l’ole, o difa baba asusan.
192. A kii m’ojo so l’okun.
193. A mu ni ko lu ni, alangba ori esu.
194. Akara tu epo.
195. Aye dun je ju ‘ya lo.
196. Ajanaku ko l’eekan, oba ti o merin so ko tii je.
197. A dun se bi ohun t’Olorun l’owo si, a soro se bi ohun t’Olorun ko l’owo si.
198. A kii f’ohun –olohun tore, bi ko se t’ eni.
199. Agbe ma ja kan ko si, ajaagbile nikan ni ko sunwon.
200. A ja ‘ra wa lo, ‘jakadi ko.
201. Ai f’akara mu’ko, kop e k a l’esin l’eekan.
202. Aye lo se’ la, t’ ila fi ko, aye lo se kan, to fi as’ ewu eje.
203. A ba ni l’obirin sun ko f’oju ire wo ni, imnoran ika ni t’ehinkule ngba.
204. Afefe ti fe, a ti ri idi adie.
205. Ao ri ‘bi sun, aja nhan ma je ‘kan.
206. A kii s’owo meji, k’eran ma je kan.
207. Ajeje, owo kan ko gb’eru d’ori.
208. A kii k’egbe inu te.
209. Agba aja kii ba ‘wo je.
210. Ajunmobi ko kan taanu.
211. Aaye l’a njo gun ore, b’ore ba ku tan, ogun re ko kan ni mo.
212. A o ri ‘hunf;ayo a fi ope.
213. Ajanaku koja mo ri nkan firi, bi a ba rerein, a a pe a rerin.
214. Alaseju ni np’ oke ni baba,
215. Ai duro ki won ni ‘le Ooni, aibere ki won ni ‘le Ooye.
216. Asa fo fee, awodi fo fee, rikisi ko je k’adie o fo.
217. Atari ajanaku, ki se eru omode.
218. A ni ki olokunrun o se to, o ni oun ko lee se tootoo.
219. A kii ran ‘mo ‘na, si ‘na.
220. A so ‘ro kele bojuwo ‘gbe, igbe kii soro, eniti a nba soro ni nro ni – a se buburu, e ku ara fu.
221. A di ‘kuta s’eru eru eni o fuye.
222. A ni k’a j’ekuru ko tan, e tun ngbon ‘wo re s’ awo.
223. A moni-seni, a faimoni se ni, a seni – bani – dar, ki Olorun gba wa lowo aye. Amin.
224. Arugbo s’oghe ri, akisa lo gba ri.
225. Aja kii gbo, k’ enu re o ya.
226. A kii ni ‘nu re, k a gba win ‘ka s’orun.
227. Asiwere eniyan l’ojo igboro npa.
228. Asiri nawo nawo kii tu, t omo ahun kii bo.
229. Ala kii ba ni l’eru, k’a ma lee ro, bob a ti r ni e wi.
230. Ahun kii mi ki eniyan o ma.
231. Agbele pin ope, ija lo nda sile.
232. Ara ko ro ‘wofa bi onigbowo, abani yawo l’ara nni.
233. A rii gbodo wi, ikun imu bale
234. Arokan l’o n m’ekun asun – da wa.
235. Ati gbe, ati to l’adie nya po.
236. Ayan fe jo, adie ni ko je.
237. Agbalagba t’o l’oun o t’ese b’ere, t’oju t’enu ni o yi.
238. A ju ehin, l’eegun nju so.
239. Aasiki agemo, asa ko lee gbe.
240. Aranbara ete nibi onje saraa.
241. Agba to w’ewu t;o koju resehin, bi o ti dara, o wa l’orun re.
242. Ajobi ko f’eke
243. Aroye ni ‘se .baaka, igbe kike ni se eye.
244. A kii b’adelebo leere ibi t’o ti gbe oyun wa.
245. Abere bo lowo adete, o d\egbe.
246. A ko gbodo so pe aye d’aye oyinbo, k’a maa f’oju egbo tele.
247. Agbalagba kii s’ohun ki lo ba ‘yi wa.
248. Agba kii soro bi ewe.
249. Agbalagba ko gbode se langba-langba.
250. Ara ode kii ma ni l’eru, ara ile l’o ntoka eni.
251. Ada-sini-lorun ibinrin odongo, t’eleru nwi eru, o ni ki won jeki oko oun t’oko de.
252. A kii r’omi ta ni koko.
253. Agbado inu igo, d’awomoju f’adie.
254. Arise l’arika, arika, baba iregun.
255. Adaba ko naani a nkun ‘gbe, igi da, eye oko fo lo.
256. A waye ma rere jo, o jo were tesetese; ko jo baba, ko joy a, o so ‘lu onilu d’ahoro.
257. Asiri eko, kii tu l’oju ewe.
258. A ja tuka nit u l’oju ewe.
259. Asinwin a maa sin win, ko ma mo’na.
260. Afefe yeye, ewe odan se ju bee lo, eran lo fi je.
261. Ai r’omo pe ranse ni nj’agba ni ya, ai reni jabo fun l’o ma ndun omode.
262. Ayipada nbe fun talika, olowo ni ko loo sora.
263. A kii binu ori, ka fi fila de’badi.
264. A nroju j’eko, obun, obun tun nda ‘ko re kere.
265. Arun t’ons’ obo ko tile se ‘gun, igun pa l’ori, obo pa nidi.
266. Adun lo ngbehin ewuro.
267. Adete ri were, o kan lu’gbe, nkan ju nkan lo.
268. A se’ ni, yoo se ‘ra re.
269. Ai tete ji, inun ota ndun, a ji tan, inu nbi won.
270. A kii dara ki a ma ku si ‘bikan.
271. Ara lile l’oogun oro.
272. A took rook, d’oko roboto.
273. A korira kii yo.
274. Agba l’etu, omo de l’awo.
275. A nju won ko see wi l’ejo, iya ilara ko tan boro.
276. Agba to roof ika, bo pw titi, omo re a je nibe.
277. A nlee bo lehin, o nl’ara iwaju.
278. A njoorin, a o m’ori olowo.
279. A ti gun l’a nko mo, a kii ko ni ati so.
280. Ai joni loju l’osan l’anjarunpa lu ni l’oru.
281. Aye la ba, aye l’a o fi si lo.
282. A s’otan s’osi, ma ba ‘bikan je.
283. A nke l’owo, o tun nb’oruka.
284. Asa ko lee wo, ‘le gb’eyele.
285. Agbalagba to nsoro t’o nlaa gun, ekun l’o nsun.
286. Adanikan gbero, ti nba ;ya re sun.
287. A kii m’oko omo, k’atun ma le mo.
288. Alaye ko k’ajo, ohun to ba da l; oo ko.
289. A kii ba ni rin, k’a ma mo ‘le eni.
290. Alejo l’owo, e toju e.
291. Afopina t’o l’ohun o pa fitila, ata re ni o pa.
292. Alaseju, pere ni nte.
293. Agba waa bura, b’ewe o se o ri.
294. A kii joko, l’oju eniti nwa nkan.
295. Aladugbo kii d’ola.
296. Adie ka ‘we, oyinbo ka ti.
297. A lee fi pa m’esin lo s’odo ko lee fi ‘pa mu m’omi.
298. Aye nlo, a nto.
299. A tapa fila li nbi ololaya ni, bi nu ba ti oko laya, kni ni yoo see?
300. Akuko ko, ole pose.
301. A de ‘bi eyin ma si, agba ole.
302. Asopa ni ibiti a ba l’eni si, l’a nko ‘di si.
303. Agba ni nba ni to ‘lu, omode ni ntun ‘le se.
304. Agborandun bi ‘ya ko si, iya l’alabaro omo.
305. Asare tete ko ni koja ile, arinrin gbere ni yoo oye dele.
306. Aje aye ko le p\omo aje orun je.
307. A fi joba, o nd’awure, se o fee j;olorun ni.
308. A wayee ku ko si, orun nikan l’aremabo.
309. Ajal, ta nna o, o ni eyin naa nuu.
310. Alagemo ti bi ‘mo re tan, aimaajo, d’owo re.
311. Aye nreti eleya, nibo l’e fi t; oluwa si?
312. Agba ko si, ilu baje, bale ile ku ile dahoro.
313. Ajanajku t’o sopa, inu oloode lo fi dun.
314. Ajangbala jugbu, jagun ni emu ko san wo.
315. Aja t’o ri ni t’ o nyoru, t; o ba ri ni t’ ngbo, ka kiyesara.
316. Ara nba da, owo ko je.
317. A bu ni bi e nla yin, a s’owo ete bi eni nta ‘ja.
318. A se gbe kan ko si, asepamo l’owa.
319. Ao fe o ni ‘lu, inda, rin, b’o bad a rin naa tan, tani yoo gbe?
320. A bu di ni t’odo.
321. Aso alaso l’oga nda bo ‘ra.
322. Adura ni ngba, agbara ko.
323. A too ku ma ku, a mo ‘na orun ma lo.
324. Abiyamo kii gb’ekun omo re, k’o ma ta ti were.
325. A sunkun ro ‘jo, ile ni ntu.
326. A mo’ran bi ni oyo, a gbagbe odo, o ni le nlo?
327. A gun ;baje ko l’odo, enu l’odo won.
328. A ke kaakaa k’oloro o gbo, b’ololoro ba gbo kin ni o se?
329. Agbo to ta di m’ehin, agbara lo lo mu wa.
330. A tete l’obinrin, ko k’omo bibi.
331. A mule ti ;gbo, l’o ngb ‘;hun eyekeye
332. A da ni tan ti dani tan, ki abanije too de, nigbati abanije de tan, o ba ni lowo atunise.
333. Aja lo l’eru, iro ni pepe npa.
334. A ni k’a diju, k’eni buburu o koja, eni rere maa si lee koja.
335. A yun lo, a yun bo, l’owo nyun erue.
336. A gbe juu le, l’omode ngbe gi eera.
337. Ai ridi okun, ai ridi osa, a kii ride omoru-gede-gede.
338. A ri gi to dara ni gbo, k’a too fi igi omo gbe lu.
339. A ko ri ru eleyi ri, eru la fi nda ba oloro.
340. Agbo meji, ko le m’omi ni koto.
341. Ara ile eni lo nmo l’amodi, were l’ara ‘ta o pe.
342. A dake ma fohun, ao ma t’eni to nse?
343. Apon ti ko l’obinrin a bebe oran, a ni jo o o, ba nda k obo.
344. A kii si wo lu mi.
345. Alagbado ko fi ‘idi tore.
346. Afinju wo ‘ja a rin gbendeke, obun wo’ja, a rin sio sio.
347. Adie da mi l’oogun nu, ma fo l’eyin?
348. Adie to su si koto, abuku ara re lo ta.
349. A kii fi tiju k’arun.
350. A kii r’ajeku oro.
351. Adie fa ‘ri, o d’obe.
352. Adie kii ku, k’a d’eyin re nu.
353. Adaniloro, f’agbara ko ni.
354. A kii korira atokun, k’a dugbo lu eegun.
355. Aja kii g, ti a so mo l’orun.
356. Asa wo ‘igbin koro, o sebi o see gbe, ikarahun, re nko.
357. Alawo a ku, onisegun a r’orun, iku a p’adahunse/
358. A ki fi ‘na s’ori orule sun!
359. Apani, kii je k’a mu’ da koja l’ori oun.
360. Awa yo, ni ndi ‘ja.
361. Atakoro wo nu ado, ko lee m’omo re wo.
362. A bi ‘mo ko gbon, a ni ko sa ma ku, ki l’o npa omo, bi kose ago?
363. A j’eyi t’toloko o lee je.
364. Akuko gaga, ko fe ki t’ abe re o ko.
365. Ago t’o gbon sasa, ebiti pa, aton bori olobiikoto rairai.
366. Ara mama ko ya, ara mama ko ya, beeni eko nwole, ewe njade – eni ara mama ko ya.
367. A ki ro ‘le apakan.
368. A kii belenu ji ‘ja oganjo.
369. Aimo mo, yo esinsin lo fi ku s’ori oti.
370. Agba ti ko ba fat i okere, omi obe ni o je.
371. Ail’apa l’ada o mu, agada owo see san ko.
372. Atelese ni nye na.
373. Alagbaa nlagbaa, oyin ti a nsa fun ni alangba nsa je.
374. Amodun ko jina, k’eni ma w’ebu sun je.
375. Adakeje kii l’oju aanu.
376. Awaari agan, lo nmu won daba abiku.
377. A fi fila p’erin, ojo kan l’o wuyi mo.
378. Akobani l’ekute ile, ejo nje igbado?
379. Ator l’aye, b’ o ba lo siwa, a tun lo sehin.
380. A ni ka pa se po, k’ a j’ iyan ‘ko, enikan l’oun lagba.
381. Afinju alapata, l’o nj edo eran.
382. Akera l’o nb’omo olowo je.
383. Ai l’awo lowo ni ebi ko si, bi a ba l’owo ttan, t’aja t;eran ni ma npe ni ni baba.
384. Agbon se, oloko se, oju oloko ni yi kulubu-kulubu?
385. A kii b’onisu wa de ;bi egun.
386. Agbe ko ni hun ta l’orun, k’owo ‘su re sat i pe.
387. A ni o je ko je, a ni o mu ko mu, o fi gba okele to be wo.
388. Agbe t’oko de, l’oun gbo royin kan,eye lo so fun ni, abi ajuba?
389. A ro ni l’ero, tin fun ni l’akoja.
390. Alatise l’o nm’ atise ara re.
391. Akitan kii ko ‘lekile.
392. Alejo loju ni, ko mo ran wo.
393. Ara kii wuwo, k’alars o msa lee gbe.
394. Ara la mo, ao mo ‘nu yin.
395. A joko t;agba, ma se pe ran.
396. Agba- wo ewu bi ko fun ni yoo so ni.
397. A ri gbo ma gbo, ti nte iku ya re sile to npe oua oloya.
398. A b’omi l’amu l’o nreegun, kin ni enit’oloopa yoo se?
399. Ara mee rii ri, a r’ori ologbo l’ate.
400. Aponle ni ‘ya kaa ko si ya ni kaa
401. Akanpo oko re ola.
402. A ri ma lee lo, a wo pada s’ehin.
403. A jebi ma mo, ‘l o nk’ ogun ja lu.
404. Alagbara ma m’ero, baba ole.
405. Aja t’o np’ekun, t’o npa agidan to’o ba pa lili enu re s se eje.
406. A waye ma te loruko, t;a np’ omi.
407. Aja kii ja ;mo, lehin ekun.
408. Ai t’omo ran nse ni t’o ba de, o wa gba nkan.
409. Aaya l’ohun ntoju omo ohun se, oju bad i pokita.
410. Aye l’ohun, eniyan l’osa.
411. A ji na ‘se, ni yoo jeun aji – gbb ni.
412. Ara o bale, olori arun.
413. Awodi gbomo die agbebo, agbebo mura ija, se yoo loo pade re loke ni.
414. Ajanaku foju ise wobo, obo ko toror je.
415. Ara re se ya gaga, bi ara akeko aso?
416. Ao da sile, ao tun sa, kii s’oro omo eleyin.
417. A kii je lehin mp yo.
418. Agemo t’o nrin keekeekee ku, atonbori opolo t’o njon ‘ra re mole.
419. A ji se bi Oyo l’a nri, Oyo kiise bi enikan.
420. Aja pada s’eebi re. Petru keji 2:22.
421. Atitebi, aya ni npa ni yan.
422. Asun kaaka, kii gbo fe.
423. Ayo a b’aara tin-tin.
424. Aro elese kn t;o nda ‘ron, orun elese l’o nda si.
425. A b’eleja yan.
426. Ada l’enu talika, igbo la o fi san.
427. A mo ni se ni, afai-mo-ni se ni, a se; ‘ru a ni daro. ki Olorun o gba wa ni
428. A j’egbodo w’eni rere kun ra.
429. Aso funfun, kii k’ohun aro.
430. A soro se, kii soro ta.
431. Apoti s’alakara kabiawo.
432. Awo ya.
433. Alagbara eniyan, lo nje onje orita.
434. A fe a je, ma fe a yo.
435. A ku tan l’oko, iro l’o nje be, eniyan lo waa so ni ‘le.
436. Aba –yo-mi, oluwa ni ko je.
437. Aroye ko san gbese, k’a kari bonu ko tan ‘soro.
438. Aseju ni ‘run aya, t’abe ti to.
439. Ajanaku sun bi oke, erin – lakatabu ku, ko le dide.
440. Apejuwe, l’agbede nro.
441. A wa ri l’obinrin nwa nkan obe.
442. Aaya gbo, ogungbe gbon, b’aaya ti nitro ni ogungbe nbere.
443. A kii w’aago alaago sise.
444. Agbalagba to w’ewu aseju, ete ni yoo fi ri.
445. A kii ko mi tan, k’a so pe nkan nrun.
446. A kii m’owo pe, ni sa akeeke.
447. Aparo ni ohun ko l’oogun, afara l’ohun ni, b’oloko ba ti nbere, ohun o fo – ifura l’oogun agba.
448. A m’oore su ni se.
449. Aja t’ o yo ki b’eyiti ko yo sere.
450. Aribi – ya – wo, ohun oloro, egbera.
451. Asin de, oorun de.
452. Aluwala t’ologinni nise, ogbon ati k’ eran je ni.
453. Aisan l’aa now, enikan ki wo ogba.
454. A kii gbe ‘le f’orun yin.
455. A pa ni ma yo ‘da.
456. A ba fi yi se wo, iwo je gba?
457. Akuku – bi, egbe agan.
458. A ra ‘so ogoje, a fi han egbefa eniyan, iyi ti tan lara aso.
459. A gb’ oleri won, ojonto.
460. A d’ogbon jale, omo alapata, o ni kanni janja.
461. Alangba t’o wo ‘le akan, rifaasi ni o ba jade.
462. Aifari kii s’obo ntulu, aijeun nikan l’eewo re.
463. Ara ija ni ehin wa.
464. A kii f’agbara ni ‘ko to ku.
465. Aye fa mi l’ete ntuto.
466. A s’esin mo’le, gogo re nyo nit a.
467. Agba ti ko j’ajewehin, ni o ru gba re de ‘le.
468. Agbga merin l’o nse ‘le, agba okunrin, agba obinrin, agba omode, agba alejo.
469. Akoda oro, ko dabi adagbehin.
470. A kii s’oore tan, k’a loso ti.
471. Aye l’o nso ‘gba d’ogbun.
472. Aye ni iro mo.
473. A kii s’ore oni sona, k’a ma l’ami aso l’ara.
474. Alakoba, ki salamo.
475. Afai mo ‘na, l’o nda pade pade.
476. Ade l’afi nmo oba.
477. A gba l’owo meeri.
478. Agba to nke ni kaa, tiko l’owo l’owo, ma da l’ohun, a ja ni ngbo, l’oruko re.
479. A toro obe ni n ma ‘ye a ko ‘la.
480. A kii ba yi’mi ‘ju ‘mi du ‘mi.
481. Bi owe, bi owe l’a nlulu ogididgbo, ologbon ni jo, omoran ni nmo.
482. B’o seere, o ban be.
483. Bi won ba nbu etu, ori a maa ro awo.
484. Bi ko ba ni idi, obinrin ki je kumolu.
485. Bi’ na ko ba r’oyin, eje ko le tan ni eekanna.
486. B’omode ba r’oyin, a s’akara nu.
487. B’omode ba nge ‘gi, agba ni yoo ma ‘bi t’o maa wo si.
488. B’oju owo ko ba yo ni, eni ko lee yo ni.
489. Bi a ba peri aja, ao peri aja, ao peri koko ti a fi se.
490. B’egungun ban le ni l’oko, patako ko gbodo l ni l’odo.
491. Bi a ba so ‘ko s’oja, ara ile eni ni nba.
492. B’a ba j’opolo, a j’eyi to l’eyin.
493. B’oju ba nse’pin, ao yo, a ho fi han oju.
494. B’a bar o bi eenu, yoo to aso hun.
495. Bi ere bi ere, alaborun d’ewu.
496. Bi’le njo, b’ole nja, eni ebi npa, a maa wi tire.
497. B’onile ba ni k’a k’a je tan, alejo a ni k’ aje ku.
498. B’a f’owo otun b’omo wi, a fi t;osi fa mo’ ra.
499. B’a bat a ara ile eni l’opo, a ko lee ri ra l’owon.
500. B’eniyan ba nyo, ‘le da, ohun buburu a maa yo se.
501. Bi ‘mu iwofa ti wu ko gun to, olowo re ni oga re.
502. B’oni ti ri, ola kii ri bee, l’o nmu babalawo di ‘fa oroorun.
503. Bi ‘na ko ba l’awo, ko lee g’oke odo.
504. B’ogiri ko ba la ‘nu, alaamu ko lee wo be.
505. B’ ao ku, ise ko tan.
506. B’ori pe ni ‘le, a di re.
507. B’o ti wu k’a p’eepo ose to, ara ni yoo fi san.
508. B’okete ba dagba tan, omu omo re nmu.
509. B’a ba wo didun ifon, ao ho ;ra de eegun.
510. Bayi l’a nse ni ‘le wa, ewo ‘bomiran,
511. B’a ba so pe omi ni yo s’eja jinn a, ao so pe ‘ro ni.
512. B’ ao ti se l’a nwai, enikan kii yan ana re l’odi.
513. B’eniyan ba f’odun meta pile waere, ojo wo ni yoo too bu ‘gi je?
514. B’aa gun ‘yan ninu eepo epa, ti a se ‘be ninu eepo egusi, eniti o yo, yoo yo.
515. Bintin ni mo fib a lagbaja tan, enikan ko le f’obe bu.
516. B’a ba ko ‘so fun awere, were o lo so gbo.
517. B’ao s’ode ri, a m’ese ko lo nihin.
518. Bi ‘le san, bi ko san, awo laa wo.
519. B’a ba nge gi ni gbo, a f’oro ro ‘ra eni wo.
520. Elulu ba k’oju, aala a maa to.
521. B’oju ba koju, aala a maa to.
522. B’a ti rin, l’a nko ni.
523. B’aladi ko ba si ni ‘le, omo ni njogun ebu.
524. B’eniyam ba pe l’ori imi, eesin keesein yoo ba nibe.
525. B’omode o ba te, agba kii ni yi.
526. B’omo ko jo sokoto, yoo jo kijipa, baba eni l’a njo.
527. B’owo ti mo, l’ogun o mo.
528. B’ori agbo ko ba wo koto, ao la si meji.
529. B’ewe ba pe l’ra ose, yoo d’ose.
530. B’obinrin o ba ko ni, ejo ni ro.
531. B[obinrin ko bag be ‘le oko meji, ko ni m’eyi t’o san.
532. B;a ba nsokun, a maa ri ran.
533. B’ode bar o ‘se to ro ‘ya, bob a p’eran, ko ni fe enikan je.
534. B’omode ba l’aso bi agba, ko lee l’akisa bi agba.
535. B’ao r’adan mo, a f’oobe s’ebo.
536. B’obinrin ba pa oko da, ti ko ba pa iuwa da, oosa tin se won ni ko tii sin l’ehin awon.
537. A’a ba fileke s’ahun l’orun, yoo ka ‘ri bo nu.
538. Bi ‘ya nlala ba ngbe ni ssan le, keekee a ma gori.
539. B’ ona kan ko ba di, okan kii la.
540. B’aa r’aye, l’a nje, b’ojo npa o, o maa to s’ara.
541. B’eye ba ti fo, l’a nso ‘ko.
542. B’I a tile f’owo so ‘wo elese ki yoo laai jiya. Owe 11:21.
543. B’o ti wa ni liki, l’o wa ni gbanja.
544. B’ ebiti ko p’eku mo, a f’eyin f’elegun.
545. Bi sobia, o ba degbo, olukanbi l’a nke si.
546. Ba mi na ‘mo ni, ko de ‘nu olomo.
547. B’eru o ba je’fun, edo ni nkoko beere.
548. B’olowo ba j’orogan, iwofa ko gboda j’ agunmote.
549. B’a peri aparo, a ja ‘ko.
550. Bi oru bi oru, l’o ns’eku inu agbe.
551. B’ ao gbekel’ akasu, a kii pa ‘ta s’efo.
552. B’eni ba ku, eru ni ku.
553. B’onile ba gba ‘yawo alejo, alejo ni o lo, b’alejo ba gba ‘yawo onile, alejo ni o lo.
554. B’ oju ba ye ‘ju, kohun ma ye ‘hun.
555. Binu ti ri, l’obi nyan.
556. B’a ni ‘ya l’a nhun, b’a bah un s’ eni, a gba ni ni gi lenu,
557. B’oore po a di ‘bi.
558. Bawo ni obo se s’ori, ti naki ko se?
559. B’erin ba je ti ko yo, igbe l’oju o ti.
560. B’omode ko ba m’owe, ti ko ni ewe, ao di swe s’owo otun, owe s’owo osi, ao si fi han.
561. Bi a ba ran mo ni se eru, a fi t’omo je.
562. Bi a fi o j’oye awodi, o ko lee gb’adie.
563. Bi ba ku l’a nd’ere, eniyan ko sunwon l’aaye.
564. Bi ao ba r’egbaa s’owo, bi ole l’a nri, b’ao r’eni gbekele, a tera ma ‘se eni.
565. Bi waju ko ba see lo, ehin yoo se pada si.
566. Nbibi l’a nbi ‘do wo, k’a to wo.
567. B’ebi ba kuro ninu ise, ise buse.
568. B’o ba d’ ale, ere l’a nf’omo ayo se.
569. Bamu bamu l’a yo, a ko mo ebi np’omo enikookan ko see ilu to dara.
570. Bi ‘igi ba wao lu ‘gi, t’oke re l’a nkoko gbe.
571. Bi a ko b gbagbe oro ana, ao ni r’eni ba sere mo.
572. B’eti ko ba gbo yinkin, inu kii baje.
573. B’a ba dagba, omode l’a fi nreje.
574. Bi ‘ku ‘le ko pa ni, t’ode ko lee pa ni.
575. B’olorun ko pa ni, oba ko lee pa ni.
576. B’a ti beru la b’omo.
577. B’omode ba gbon-gbon kuku, iya re a gbogbon sinsin. B’a ba f’omo w’omo, a o tori epo je su.
578. B’ a ba f’omo w’omo, ao lu omo pa
579. B’ao ba tori isu j’epo, a o tori epo je ‘su
580. B’ekute ba farabale, yoo je ninu awo ologbo.
581. B’eniyan ba paro, ti a ko ba ja, a nda ‘so asiri bo ni.
582. B’a ba f’ori ki, ao ma bere.
583. B’ao ba se bi elede l’ona ijebu, a ko lee se be Adegboro l’oja oba.
584. B’eniyan bar u nbu nbu, yoo ko ‘gbo.
585. B’o ba ja, ng o so, a maa ni koko.
586. B’ewon ba ja, ko lee pe mo.
587. B’orun ba wo eegun, yo f’ohun eniyan.
588. Bi ‘na ba jo ni, t’o j’omo eni, t’ara eni l’a ko nyanju na.
589. B’adie f’ese wa ‘le, ire l’o nwa.
590. B’ara ile eni ba l’enu , k’awa naa o si l’ese.
591. B’eniyan ba l’opo oogun, t’o ba leke, ko lee je.
592. B’ao ba lo ni ‘lu, ma ohun to nle ni.
593. B’o ba ti ye l’ouse, eku, yoo ye lowo ebiti.
594. B’eniyan ba ti fee to, ni kii je ko si ‘wa hu, beniyan ba ti fe mo, ni ki jek’o ma wa hu.
595. B’eni a nparo fun ko ba mo, eniti npa yoo mo.
596. Bi a ba tori igi gbodi, o ye ko suna fun ni je.
597. B’omi bad a ni, k’olorun ma jeki agbe o fo.
598. B’a ba f’agbo f’eegun, a jiee tokun – tokun.
599. B’a ba lee pa koriko bo ‘le orisa, a ko gbodo yo t’ara re.
600. B’oju ri, enu a dake.
601. B’omode ba subu, a wo iwaju, b’agba subu, a w;ehin wo.
602. Bi ‘nu ba se ‘gba, a ba si wo.
603. Bi ‘na ba wo ‘le, okunkun a parade.
604. Bi ‘se ba s’omo l’ogun odun, ti ko ba pa omo, yoo sin l’ehin omo.
605. B’eyi o se, omiran yoo se.
606. Bayi ni ng o se nkan mi, ko yipada.
607. B’omode o ku, a j’agbalagba lo.
608. B’oko ko jinn,m ila kii ko.
609. B’ale ba le, a f’omo ayo f’ayo.
610. B’eja ba sun, eja a maa f;eja je.
611. Bi a ba nja, bii k’a ku ko.
612. B’o pe b’oya, okoto iro yoo jadi.
613. B’o ti wu k’orun o mu to, sanmo dudu die yoo wa.
614. Bi nab a ku, a f’eeru bo ‘ju, b’ogede ba ku, a f’omo re ro po, omo eni lo n sin ni.
615. Bale le di meta, eru nba meji.
616. B’ewure ba b;oju w;ehin, a fepe p’ao fi d’aya.
617. B’o ba pa, b’;; ba, o bu l’ese.
618. B’o ba buru tan, iwo nikan ni o ku.
619. B’o ba o pa, b’oo ni ‘ka, soro , enu re k’a gbo.
620. B’oo ni ‘ka, boo ni ‘ka, soro enu re ka gbo.
621. Bi Sango np’araba, t’o nfa ‘roko ya, bii t’igi nla ko.
622. Bi ‘nu omo eranko ko ba baje, inu omo eniyan kii dun.
623. B’oju ba fara bale, a a ri mu.
624. B’a gba ‘le, bi a gba ‘ta, aata l’a ndari re ko.
625. B’ao ba ku l’ogun odun, baba enikan ko lee gbe wa sin.
626. B’o ba nle ‘ku si won, ti won ban le ‘jo si o, ore mi iyen o buru. Fi won l’Olorun l’owo.
627. B’agbalagba ba nsoro, t’o nlaagun, ekun l’; nsun.
628. B’a ba wo ti pela, ijo yoo baje, bi ko ba si pela, ijo ko lee dun.
629. B’a ba nsokun, a maa reran.
630. Babalawo a ku, onisegun a rorun, iku a p’adahunse.
631. B’eegun eni ba joo re, ori a y’atokun.
632. B’oba ti ri ni e wi, ala kii ba ni l’eru, k’a ma lee ro.
633. B’a o l’obinrin ai d’ooyo si, g’a ba d’ooyo si, eran eleran ni o fi je.
634. Bi ‘gbin fa, ikarahun a te le.
635. B’omode ba de ‘bi eru, o ba.
636. B’oko ro oku, b’o r’osa, a f’ori f’elebute.
637. B’oloje ri ni t’o roju, ma f’aije te.
638. B’a j;ewa tan, erin l’a nrin, bi a ba ji iyan tan, oorun l’o nkun ni.
639. B’apa ba kun tan, a maa to’ wa.
640. B’a o ba wi t’asaran f’asaran, asaran ko ni ye aran se.
641. B’a ba fa gburu, gburu o fa ‘gbo.
642. Bi ‘su eni bat a, aa d;owo bo ni.
643. Bi won ba npe gbe-gbe-gbe, ti o ko ba won gbe, won o gbe s’ehinkule re.
644. B’aye ba t’ori eni, iwa ibaje l’a nhu.
645. B’omode ti wu k’ o tete ji to, oko ni yoo ba kukute.
646. Bi mo ba ri eleeke eebu, kin ni n o se bu san, nigbati mo lee san pada nipa suru ti kii tan.
647. B’ara ile eni ban je kakoro buburu, ti a ko ba tete wi fun, here-huru re ko nig bonwo, awo ate.
648. Bi’le o dun, bi ‘gbe ni ;lu nri.
649. B’a b l’ogun eru, ti a ya ‘wofa ogbon, omo eni l’omo eni.
650. Bi fa ba fo ;re agunla, b’opele b f’oe aguntete, b’ori mi ba ti fo re, abuse –buse.
651. Bi ‘fa ba fo ‘re agunla, b, opele ba f;ore aguntete, b;ori mi ba ti fo re, abuse-buse.
652. B’owe ba j’owe eni, bi a ko ba lee fohun, eru ija l’o nb ani.
653. Bibi re, ko see f’owo ra.
654. B’ori kan ba sunwon, a ran gba.
655. Bi ‘le ngb’osika, timko gb’olooto, ohun rere a su’ ni se.
656. B’agbalagba ko ba ri bi joko, gbe ‘di a maa gb’omode.
657. Bi ‘na ba njo ‘le eru, ti a ko ba gba, a maa jo ile omo.
658. B’o ba l’aya, o se ka, b’o ba ranti iku Gaa, k’o sotito.
659. Bi ole ile ko ba si, t’ode kii ja.
660. Bi ‘le ko ba kn ‘le kii j’ajoran.
661. B’adie ba j’okuta, omi ni yoo fi su.
662. B’a gb’adie gori adie, iye ti o ye, ni o ye.
663. B’owo ko ba ka iroko, a ka egbo idi re.
664. B’omo o ba ba ‘tan, yoo ba ‘wigbo.
665. B’onisere ko ba firigba mo, eyiti o ti fun ko lee parun.
666. A’enu akata ba le ‘wo kii s;enu adie lao ti gbo.
667. B’a aja ba gb’egungun eran, a dodo bale, gbooro.
668. B’o ba ba se pe b’ona ofun se gbooro to lao se b;okele onigege yoo gbe iyan mi t’abo t’abo.
669. B’o r’owo mi, oo ri ‘imu mi.
670. Bi ko si aso, omo elomiran a bo ‘ra sile, a j’obo, omiran a jo ‘naki – bi koko, bi agbaarin.
671. B’a ba j’eko a dari j’ewe.
672. B’a bat a, nto laa to, b’ao ba to, eran din l’o nda.
673. B’ao ri ‘gun ao s’ebo, b’ ao rakal, ao s’ oogun.
674. B’a ba ta, nto laa to, bi ao ba to, eran din l’o nda.
675. B’alejo ba m’ejo re l’ebi, ko nip e l’ori ikunle.
676. B’ogun eni ba da ni l’oju, a ma nfi gba ri mi.
677. Bi gada ba ja, kinni wahala ni owo iba ri.
678. Bi ko si atanpako, bii kumo ni ni owo iba ri.
679. B’omode ba ko ‘yan ale, agba a fi tan ba le.
680. B’ao ba sunmo aatan, a ko le mo p’on run.
681. B’owo omode ko ba t’eeku ‘da, ko gboda beere ilu to pa baba re.
682. B’ogun ba je lo, ogbon a maa je bo.
683. Bi’ nab a jo l’oko, majala nii sofofo.
684. B’awo ti nlu, l’awo njo.
685. B’ao ba ran ni s’oja, oja ko lee ranse si ‘le, o difa fun gbada to mu agbagba lo s’oja, t;o fi ri ijo mu pada lo s’oko.
686. Baba jona, e nbeere ‘rungbon, ki lo mu ‘na jo?
687. Bi nkan ko ba se ese, ese kii se lasan.
688. B’a ba ni baba ngb’ejo, b’a ba ro’jo ebi, won o da wa l’are.
689. B’a ba p’ori akoni, a fi ‘da l’ale gaaraga.
690. B’olorun ba fun kain-kain l’agbara bi esin, atapa ni’ ba t’eniyan.
691. Bi gbogbo o ba ti je ni o je’ oloosa, taani yoo maa ke heepa?
692. Bi o ba ti je ni o je, elegbo a t’oko re ni o sun.
693. B’eniyan ko bad a so k’aso kii pe’kan l;akisa.
694. Baba t’o nke ni kaa ti ko l’owo l’owo aja ni ngbo, l’oruko re.
695. B’ ao ja, a kii re.
696. B’a f’ efun ko ‘le aje b’a f’osun ko le oosa, akoola oro, ko dabi adagbehin.
697. Bi abere, bi abere, l’a nse ‘ke, nigba t’ o ba t’ oko ro ni npa eleke.
698. B’eni ba je, oju o ti.
699. B’oro ba pe ni ‘le, a maa gbon si,
700. B’ase-je, obi tin so l’eerun.
701. Bi won mu mi, ma d’onile, bi won ba mu mu, maa d’ole.
702. B’eniyan ko ba l’owo, ko l’eenu, bi ko ba l’eenu ko l’oro rere l’enu.
703. Bi won ban tan e, o ma tan ‘ra re baba mogba.
704. Bi ‘di ba baje, tonidi ni o da.
705. Bi a ba pe ni ni ab’enu yan nyan, a si enu na mo.
706. B’olorun ba ti f’ota eni han ni, ko lee pa ni mo.
707. Bi ilu ba ti yi, ki ‘jo naa yi pada.
708. Ba’ nu so, ma b’eniyan so.
709. Bi a ba nbomode je ‘su l’oko, ganmu ganmu imu lo ma now ni.
710. B’owo ba ni k ‘a ma san ‘un a ka le ri.
711. Dida to da l’omo d’egbe, egbe kii se ‘le omo.
712. Da tooro, da tooro, da tooro, agba ti ko da tooro omu obe ni yoo je.
713. Dan-an wo, lo bi ‘ya okere.
714. Die die, ni mu elede now ‘gba.
715. Dagunro ko see je, bi e ba je tete, e ma je, dagunro, dakunro ko se je.
716. Didun lo dun l’a nb ore je ‘fo, ti ‘le oge to’ ge je.
717. Dindinrin kii ba ni l’agba, kekere lo ti nba nii lo.
718. Die die, ni ‘jo now ;ra.
719. Digbo l’egun, digbo l’egun, labalaba t;o ba digbo l’egun, aso re yo fa ya.
720. De daadaa, gee re, ipenpeju l’aala fila.
721. Die ni ti ;koti ninu eru iyawo.
722. Dandan l’owo ori, tulassi laso bora.
723. Die okunrin, ko to.
724. Dada ko lee ja, sugbon o l’ aburo t;o gboju.
725. Dandogo koja ewu abinu da.
726. Epo ni mo ru, oni yangi ma ba temi je.
727. Erin lo to ‘wo efan gba mu.
728. Eniyan lo nbe nidi oro l’oro nke.
729. Elo l’a nm’orunkun wundi, t’adelebo nr’arin wodi.
730. Eegun s’enu jeeje mu ti.
731. Eti ob anile, eti oba loko, eniyan l’o nje bee.
732. Eera ko fe poporo de ‘nu.
733. Eniyan ko fe k’a rere k’a so ori eni l’o nso ni.
734. Ere ori igi, aseku omo edun.
735. Ekute ile paramole, ologinni t’ajo de.
736. Eku t’o l’opo nle, kii t’are sa.
737. Ebi lo npa ni bakannaa, oro kii dun ni bakannaa.
738. Ewu ina kii pa ‘awodi, awodi o ku ewu.
739. E wu nbe l’oko longe, longe gan an, ewu.
740. Ero l’obe gbegiri, bi a ko bar o ko lee ki.
741. Epe kii jek’omo ole o dagba.
742. Eniyan ko fe ‘ni f’oro, a f’ori eni.
743. Eniyan buburu sa nigbti enikan ko le, sugbon olododo l’aya bi ki niun. Owe 28:1
744. Epe po j’ohun nyan, a t;ahun a t ejo eran jije.
745. E bi np’ejo, ahun nyan, a t’ahun, a t’ejo eran jije.
746. Eku t’o da iyi sile l’o nj’ eda.
747. Egbinrin ote, b’a tin pa kan, l’ okan nru.
748. Ewure nbinu, o nf’ese wa ‘le, yoo b’olowo re je bi?
749. Eeko ila, gba ‘ra re l’owo obe, yerepe gba’ra re, gba ‘gi oko.
750. Eedi kii mu omolangidi.
751. Eko akete, ilu ogbon.
752. Ewure kii bi ni, k’a ya so agutan.
753. Eniyan l’aso mi.
754. Eniyan die l’o nse ‘lu.
755. Erin kii fon, k’omo re o fon, fere tan mi ‘le ni.
756. Ero kii mo buso k’orun o wo.
757. Erigi laa mo, k’a to mo ehin.
758. Eni buburu b’eni rere je.
759. Esinsin t’onb’ode rin, yoo mu ‘je yo.
760. Ewure w’alapata bi ko ku!
761. Eni meji kii padanu iro, b’eru a npa fun bamo, eniti npa ro, yoo mo
762. Erin ku mongudu je, efan ku, mongudu je, mongudu naa wa ku, ko r’eniti yoo je ohun.
763. Ehin kn ni gbese ni, bi a ba ti ka, gbese tan.
764. Esuro padi da, o nl’ aja.
765. Eniyan tiiri l’ogun.
766. Eyi t’o wu mi, ko wu e, ni ko jeki omo-iya meji pa ‘wo po fe ‘binrin.
767. Eniyan ko ri bi sun, aja nhan – run?
768. Epe kii ja l’oojo.
769. Eniyan bi aparo l’aye nfe.
770. Ejika dun-ni, melo ni t’ejo?
771. Ewure meta egbeta, agutan mefa, egbefa, o ta nkan paali ra nkan, o t’ori gangan, o fi ra’so kijipa!
772. Erin ko lee j’;ko abe e.
773. Ewe l’o nbe l’ara isu, t a nbowo fun sun.
774. Emi a jeun ku f’omo mi, adaba jeun ku f’eyele, orofo jeun ku f’awoko, emi a jeun ku f’omo mi.
775. Eniyan buburu po, o jug be, eni rere waon, o j’oju lo.
776. Eefin ni wa.
777. Ewe nla, ko ni pada ru wewe.
778. Eleti pandi bi eti ‘kun.
779. Eti l’obinrin fi ngb’ohun oro.
780. Eegun ma jo, ode o dara.
781. Eegun fere kase nle, t’omo alagbaa yoo akara mu’ko.
782. Eepa npa ‘ra re, o l’ohun npa’ja, b’aja ba ku nko, nibo ni yoo lo.
783. Eniyan l’Adimu, Adimu ko l’o ni ra re.
784. Esu l’o ns’omo agutan, to duro wo kooko l’oju.
785. Ebi ni yoo ‘ko were l’ogbon.
786. Ebi kii wo nu, k’oro miran o wo.
787. Ere t’aja f’ogun odun sa, faaji ni f’esin.
788. Ebi npa mi, olose nt’ose, igbati nko we nu, ng o se we ‘de?
789. Ebi ni yoo pa lagba ku, imoran ota ni yen.
790. Eewo orisa, aja kii j’obi.
791. Ebi kii r’alaje loju.
792. Eniyan ko ni gogoogo, ko ma mo ‘le baba re.
793. Elete l’ete nye, elet ko pa l’oju eru, ehin eru l’a ngb’ imoran ika, b;oju ba k’oju, enu a ri deere – deere.
794. Ere l’obinrin nje, l’abo oja.
795. Eyin nbe l’enu nigbati obi gbo, ejika nbe l’ojo ewu kenke.
796. Eekan l’agba, t’o ba kan ni, kii yo’wo.
797. Ebi npa mi ko see fi fe wi.
798. Egungun meje, olele mefa, enit’o ba sun m alagbaa ni je.
799. Eera gb’ohun to ju.
800. Eyi-o-wu-a-wi, t’Oluwa ni yoo se.
801. Eniyan ko le mu se je, ko mu se je.
802. Ewure t’o wo ‘le, ti ko k’ago, o di mimu so, agutan t’o wo ‘le, ti ko k’ago, o di mimu so, ogo lehin asi were.
803. Eniyan lo nso ‘gba d’ogbun, igba o pile, gbun.
804. Eyin mu j’abe lo.
805. Esuke fo wo rara.
806. Eegun mo ni, eniyan ko mo.
807. Eku ibikan, eliri ibormiran.
808. Ejo to wo ‘le akan, rifaasi ni o ba jade.
809. Eji l’ore, ore ko gb’eleta.
810. Eniyan kukuru kii yin Olorun, o di gba t’o ri arara.
811. Ekuro l’o war a, omo-eran se de ‘gba?
812. Eemo lukutu pebe, iyawo l’oyun, ona o gb’oko.
813. Ehin eni l’a ngb’imoran ika, b’oju ba k’oju, enu a ri dere – deere.
814. Enito nlo se gbonse, t’o nja ‘we gbure nu’di, bop e titi, ewebe yoo beere.
815. Eni oju re o roran ri, e je o wi.
816. Enu o ma, mo je ri.
817. Eku ‘se ni nsaaju bun mi ni’su je.
818. Enit’o bi’mo oran ni yoo pon.
819. Enit’o ni owu ko t’eru, a je wipe eyiti yoo fi tan ina lo mu.
820. Eni ebi npa, ko gbo yago.
821. Egbin odo, kii pa ni.
822. Eerun lo, ojo nlo, eni k’a di sa eku pinpin?
823. Enit’o ma se okukun, k’o ma d’osupa l’oro.
824. Eni ti a ko fe ni ‘lere nijinna.
825. Eni ba l’oju, l’oju nti.
826. E ma gb’omo oba f’osun.
827. Emi oro gun j’emi eniyan lo.
828. Eni ba f’oju kekere w’okp, ibeji ni yoo fi bi.
829. Egbe eye l’eye now to.
830. Eso pele l’ejo ng’ agbon.
831. Eni bad a mi siwaju ni o te le tutu.
832. Eni a ni a ta k’a fi r’eenu, o l’ebu ohun k’odunrun.
833. Eniti o gb’awin akara, yoo gb’omo alakara jo.
834. Enikan kii ba yimi – yimi du’mi.
835. Eni t’o fun ni l’omo, pari oore.
836. E am f’oro ejo, k e fi we t’agbon.
837. Eni ba we ni njare oye.
838. Ela l’oro, b’ao ba ladi re, ko lee ye ni.
839. Eemeji l oju ahjeun – dun-ni npon,
840. Eniti ko fe t eni, aalo ko ran.
841. E ti ns’oku l’orun?
842. Eni gbogbo lo ye k’o dinwo aro, ko y’atoole.
843. Ebiti ko p’eera, ara ile eni l’o nse ni.
844. Eran to m’erun run, lo mu ki gbegiri o san.
845. Eniti o j’oyin ori apata, ko ni woe nu aake.
846. Eni a wai fun, oba je o gbo.
847. Eniti ko ya ni l’owo, ti ko ya ni l’aso kii pe ni l’arun gun.
848. Eni a ni o kin ni l’ehin f’egun s’owo, eni a ni o fe ni l’oju f’ata s’enu, nwi a ni ko wo’le de ne, lekun l’o ti gboin – gboin.
849. Ehinkule l’ota wa, ile l’aseni ngbe.
850. Eni a fe l’a mo, a ko m’eni to fe ni.
851. Eyele f’esin re ha para, o wa ns’eleya adie.
852. Enit’o lehin, ko l’agbado, eni l’agbado ko l’ehin.
853. Eni a ni o wa wo gobi, o ni kin ni yi gobi-gobi.
854. Ekun l’ana, enikan kii ri fin.
855. Eni ti ‘gbin fi b’orisa, orisa fi lo le.
856. Eni ba se nibi pepe, ye ko je nibi pepe.
857. Eyin le k’eranke l’ogbon, eyin t e de takute, t’e o fi yeepe si ….
858. Eko ni koko, ko ni koko, kii s’ejo alagbado.
859. Ejinna s’ejo t’ao be lori, iku ti o pa ni, aa jinn a si ni.
860. Eni egun gun, l’ese, ni nse lakalaka to alabe le.
861. Enit’o nw’ori ahun, t’o nw’ese ahun, odidi ahun ni ora.
862. Enit’o nje esuru ko mo yi, o d’eniti nr’owo re bi o se nlo s’enu.
863. Eni a fe ‘ya re l’omo re nwu ni.
864. Eni ara re ba wu, l’o ntan na ale.
865. Eni a ko ni’ka t’o gba, ni tinu re se ni.
866. Eni a se l’oore ti ko dupe, dabi olosa ko ni l’eru lo.
867. Erukan ni nmu ni bu’gba eru.
868. Eni m’yide olunnagun, ni yoo m’atile re.
869. Eni gbe ‘su l’aja ko jale, bi enito gba fun.
870. Eni gbe oku aparo, gb’aapon.
871. Eni aa-mori ibaa ku, Amori gan an nko?
872. Eni gb’adie otosi, gbe t’alaroye.
873. Eni koko re ye, lo maa lo.
874. Eye to ba f’ara we ‘gun, ehin aaro ni o sun.
875. Eni be ‘Ge Adubi nse, ara re lo be; Adubi ko ni je beeru ko ni ko.
876. Esin ‘waju ni t’ehin now sare.
877. Eran ti ko ba moju ode, ehin aaro ni o sun.
878. Eo ba mi b’ole wi, eni ;biti mo fi nkan mi si ko dara.
879. Eni sango t’oju re wole, ko ni b’oya l’eke.
880. Eran ile (ewure) ko mo ‘yi ode.
881. Eniti o s’owo ogun, aja re ni o ra.
882. Eyin l’ohun, bob a bo sile, ko see ko.
883. Eko gbigbona nfe suuru.
884. Eniti ko l’ehin oke, t o l’oun fee je’pa, erin pa mi titi.
885. Egan ko pe k’oyin ma dun.
886. Eni o mi kukute, ara re lo mi.
887. Eniti ko ba mo’nu ro, ko ni m’ope du.
888. Emi abata ni nm’odo san, ola baba ni nm’omo yan.
889. Eni a nbo ko mo pe yan mu.
890. Eni a tori e pa die, iwe ni je.
891. Eye kii fo, ko f’ori so gi.
892. Eemeji l’oti awin npa ni.
893. Eni beere oro, l’o fe ‘di ree gbo.
894. Eni nwa ‘fa, nw’ofo.
895. Eni ba f ori ko ‘le agbon, l’agbon nta.
896. Eniti o fun ni l’ewu wo, t’orun re l’ao wo.
897. Eni ba ju ni lo lee ju ni nu.
898. Eni to ju ni lo, l’of’owo ila pa ni lori.
899. Eni ba dupe oore ana, yoo r’omiran gba.
900. Enu fifo, kii dun yanmu – yanmu.
901. Enit’ o so pe ara ile aoun ma la, ara ode l’o nya l’ofa.
902. Eni s;ohun to dun ni loni, lee s’ohun to dun mo ni l’ola.
903. E je ki a ta keekeeke, bi ofa imodo.
904. Eda ko l’aropin.
905. Eye mejim kii j’asa.
906. E je ki a ti bi pelebe m’oole je.
907. Eku ijeta, ko dun bi e ku ana.
908. Eni aro re ba jade l’a nre.
909. Eni a ni a ta, k’a fi r’atupa, o ni oun ajitan nawo l’oru.
910. Eja kii ja, kop e mo.
911. Eni ngbe ‘yawo bow a ba, kii gb’ori ganna woran.
912. Ete awo erin ogberi ni.
913. Eniti ko ba l’oogun irin do ko gbodo j’aayan.
914. Epon agbo nmi ni, ko nii ja.
915. Eniti ko ki ni kabo, padanu kule.
916. Eni moo-rin, iyan nii ba.
917. Esin kii ko ‘re-asaloo-le.
918. Eniti ogun ya l’ogbon, ri lo lee rohin ogun.
919. Eniti ko yelomo se, kii p’alakara.
920. Eni a ni o waa je saraa, t’o ni ojo wonu, kinni ona?
921. Enikan kii je, ki’le o fe.
922. Eni toro obe, ni nma ;ye a ko ‘la.
923. Enikan ni nbi ‘mo, igba eniyan ni now.
924. Eni a ba l’aba ni baba, eni a ba niwaju ni baba.
925. Eni ay nfe, kii l’abuku kan l’ara.
926. Eni a fee sun je tele, t’o fepo pa ra, t’o duro sehin aaro?
927. Erin l’agbara nrin pade odo.
928. Elemu ndo gbon, alaaru ndete, enito’ra l’awin nw’oju.
929. Eni a ba mo, kii ru’mo.
930. Eni aba ninu ijo, kuro ni s’ara le.
931. Enikan ki j’awa de, opo eniyan, l’o nje jan moo.
932. Enu bale ko lee gba, pew ki oku kan o ku, ko so pe, e d’aso bo ki a maa jeun lo.
933. Eni ba d’oti mu, yoo mda were se.
934. Eni ba r’oyun Filani, ti mo pe, pupa ni yoo bi.
935. Eni a d’ebo fun, t’o nyo ‘wo malu, ko ni sanwo ebo.
936. Eran ku ‘lu ailobe.
937. Ehinkule l’ota wa, ile l’aseni ngbe.
938. Enit’o se fun ‘na. ko lo se f’oorun.
939. Eni ba sun l’a nji, a kii ji apiroror.
940. Eleko ana, ko lo ro l’oni.
941. Eni ba jin si koto, ko ara iyoku l’ogbon.
942. Eko t’o ni ewe, agba ni nje.
943. Eniti yoo ga, ese re yoo tinrin.
944. Eni ba s’ohun etufu, ko kiyes ehinkule, asebuburu, e ku ara fu.
945. E mase f’eku kan re’mo meji.
946. Eniti ifa ko si, l’o npe ni haramu.
947. Enu opuro kii s’eje.
948. Ejo kii s’ejo eni, k’a ma mo ‘da e.
949. Ejo l’a nko, a kii ko ‘ja.
950. Enit’o gbin ‘gba oka, t’o ni egberun l’ohun gbin nigbat’o baje igba otito tan, a seku egberun iro.
951. Eni a fori e f’agbon, ko ni duro je nibe.
952. Eda nlulu ibaje, Olorun oba ni ko ni jeki o dun.
953. Eni mi o s’eni, eniyan mi o s’eniyan, ao ni fi we alaroo-lasan.
954. Ejeki a se bi won tin se, ko lee ri b’o ti ye k’o ri.
955. Enit’o bad a ‘le, yoo ba ‘le lo.
956. Egbe buburu, ba iwa rere je. Korinti kinni 15:33.
957. Eni f’arugbo kehin, ni yoo sinku arugbo.
958. Eyin l’e ni k’ole o ja, eyin l’e ni, k’oloko o so ‘ko .
959. Eni apa ka l’a nle ‘di mo.
960. Esan ko gb’oogun.
961. Enu t’araye fi np’adegun, ni won fi np’Ade-o-ogun.
962. Eekinni, keebe, eekeji keebe, eleeketa l’aje-nje-tan.
963. Eniti’o yo, ko ma yo, eni ebi npa, k’o ma baraje.
964. Eni a f’oro lo, t’o ni t’ohun baje, kin oloro o se?
965. Eniti ko ri bi ahun, o nw’ewu abona.
966. Eniti ngbe ‘le l’o np’oku mo eniti nsokun, ariwo lasan l’o npa.
967. Eni Olorun ko pa, oba ko lea pa.
968. Eniti ko tii ku, l’o ni oko oke ati ti ‘sale.
969. Eni nwa wahala ti ko ri, k’o o wo ‘ku moto ko ra ‘kan.
970. Eni oro ku le lori, ko see ba sire mo.
971. Eni eegun nle lo, k’o maa roju, b’o ti nr’eniyan, l’o nr’araorun.
972. Eni a now l’awosunkun, t’o now ra e l’aworerin.
973. Eni bad a ‘ye je, yoo da ‘ya je.
974. Enit’o tafa soke, to yi ‘do bo ‘ri b’ oba aye ko ri, t’orun now.
975. Enit’ o gbo’ fa ko m’offa, enit’ o m’offa, ka gbo fa, beeni ifa ta l’offa.
976. Eru ko b’ode, eniti o wo ‘do, l’ominu nko.
977. Eemeta l’omode ntan ‘na ale.
978. Eniti o wo ‘seju akan, yoo pe l’eti omi.
979. E je ki a mo ‘wa ara wa, ki a ma baa se ra wa.
980. Elejo kan ro, a so ‘pa nu, bi ti enikeji ba wi tire nko?
981. Enu agba l’obi ngbo.
982. Enu kii ka afedii-le.
983. Eni ba f’agba a da, ko tun ‘waju se.
984. Ahin ito, l’a ngbon ‘ko.
985. Eleru ni ngbe nibit’ o wuwo.
986. Enit’o ran ni nse l’a nberu, a ki beru eniti ao je fun.
987. Ahun l’o ndun aoloku ada si.
988. Enu dun ro fo, agada owo see san ‘ko.
989. Eni a s’aser fun ko loyun, eni too wo bi’beji.
990. Eni Olorun ko pa, ko nii ku.
991. Esin kii da ni, ki a ma tun gun.
992. Eda to m’ola, ko si.
993. Enu ki sin lara afo-keemu.
994. Eniti ko r’eni pe, kii daa ku.
995. Enit’o gbon, to l’enikan ko mgbon, oun ni baba were.
996. Eniti ko ni ‘ya, kii d’egbo ehin.
997. Enit’o f’oyinbo ni ‘le ana, yoo tumo re.
998. Eni a nba na ‘ja, l’a now, a kii w’ariwo oja.
999. Eni ba m;ojo owo, o m’ ojo iku.
1000.Eni f’ori jona, yoo gb’oorun ara re.
1001.E jeki a le eleyoro jinna, I a too b’adie wi.
1002.Enu oforo ni o p’oforo, orofo t’o bimo mefa, t’o ni ‘le ohun kun tete.
1003.Enu ko sunwon, elenu pon la.
1004.E ma fi agbalagba se yeye, tori a ti sun.
1005.Eni ba le ‘ku meji, yoo p’ofo.
1006.Eni a ri, l’a nmo l’oju.
1007.Eniti a ya l’egbefa ti ko san, pa ‘ko dina egbeje.
1008.Eniti nya ‘gbe ayao l’o nyo, o d’enit’o d’aatan ti ko ri mi su.
1009.Eni d’eerie l’eeru nto elete, l’ete nye, ohun ti a ba se l’o nye ni.
1010.Eni ba gba ‘le ni le, nmo fun.
1011.Eni a ntori e gba aawe, t o nj’osan.
1012.Eniti ko ni ‘yawo, ana re kii ku.
1013.Ebe l’a nbe ‘ka, ko ma ba ohun t’o dara je.
1014.Eniti ko ni ‘mi je, ko gbodo l’aja l’aatan.
1015.E mase f;oju oloore gun gi.
1016.Ese giri nibi a nj’ofe, ofe lo tan ese da.
1017.E jawo ninu aapon ti ko yo, e gb’ omi ila ka ‘na.
1018.Elulu ni kaka k’ohun o ma dun ‘be, t’apa ti ‘tan l’ohun o run sibe.
1019.Eni ba ku ni ku, l’a nba j’aye.
1020.Eni mo bi oro o subu si l’ota oloro.
1021.Eni ri nkan he, t;o fe ku pelu e, owo eniti o ti sonu nko?
1022.Enit’ o go, k’o ma binum enito gbon ni yoo ko.
1023.Enit’o mo ni, l’o ma binu eni a binu bi nda ni.
1024.Eni ore da, k’o ma binu, eni a binu nda ni.
1025.Eru ku, iya ko gbo, omo ku, ariwo ta.
1026.Ejeki a t’enu isa pin eku.
1027.Esin ti were o se, ni ko jeki o ku ni kekere.
1028.Enit’o f’awo agility s’oogun aiku, bi agility ko ba ku, se yoo ri awo re s’ oogun?
1029.Elese yoo sa, nigbti enikan ko le, sugbon olododo yoo laya bi kinnin. Owe 28:1.
1030.Eni ba ya’wo l’ogun ngbe.
1031.Eni a laa jo, nju l’a nju.
1032.Eru inu, l’a fi ngbe t’ode.
1033.Emi gigun l’o nsan’ya.
1034.Enit’o sunkun si fi pamo ni, bi ko ba wa ni kelebe, yoo wa ni ‘kun.
1035.E ma fote ba ‘hun to dara je.
1036.Eyin l’e soro t’eo se bee ma, ajangoloto yin.
1037.Eniti a se, ti ko dariji ni, bob a fun ni l’obi, k’a ma ma je.
1038.Eti r’oju ekun si, k’e to p’eran ki lo pa?
1039.Eni ba fe jeun gboin-gboin, yoo tilelun gboin-gboin.
1040.Eni ba moyi wura l’a nta fun.
1041.Enit’o l’ana, to l’oni ko lee ni ola, Olorun nikan lo l’ojo gbogbo.
1042.Eniti ko si ‘le, l’ewure re nbi ikan.
1043. Emo ku, oju nopo di.
1044.Eniti ko ba moo jo, kii jinna s’onilu.
1045.Elenu rerun, l’amu iya re.
1046.Eni oran o ba, ni npe ‘ra re l’okunrin.
1047.Eniti ko ba sunmo aatan, ko le ma p’on run.
1048.Enikan kii bimo, ko so ni bale, kikan l’o nkan ‘niyan.
1049.Eniti ao ta l’aa bo.
1050.Eni ba ta’ja yeepe yoo gb’oeo okuta.
1051.Enit’o bere t’o now’sa okete, ko ranti p’enikan now furo oun.
1052.Eranko t’o ba siyemeji l’ode npa.
1053.Eru osan ni won nab, ko s’ohun ti won ko lee f’oru se,
1054.Enu ni ‘fa wa.
1055.Eni ba ko ;le ‘mo, ko lee nikan gbe be.
1056.Ekun ku, a f’owo ba.
1057.Ewa ni np’okin iku ara re rire l’o np’ odidere.
1058.Eru ku, owo gbe.
1059.Ebo lile kan, ko ju ‘ku lo.
1060.Eleeda npeede npeede, o l’eedegbeta, nibo l’o ma o pari eede re si?
1061.E korira ofan, e ti’na bo ‘le ofan, ile o si jona.
1062.E ma fi ‘gba kan bo ‘kan nnu.
1063.Eni ojo pa ti sango o pa, k’o maa dupe.
1064.E ja ‘we bo ‘mi, ki a lee jeun yo?
1065.Faari aseju, oko olowo (eru) l’o nmu won lo,
1066.Foni ni adie nbo oko eemo.
1067.Fi ‘ja f’Olorun ja, f’owo leran.
1068.Falan gbo tire, t’ara eni l’a ngbo.
1069.Fofo-foofo’ mu yawo ya ju, yara fifo lo.
1070.Firi ndi, oke, a lo k’olohun kigbe.
1071.F’oro lo mi nda si, ojugun leta eti.
1072.F’eso jaye, b’aye ba ja, ko see se.
1073.Fere – ku – fe, eru la fi nda ba ‘ra wa.
1074.Fila ete, fila abuku! Omoluabi kii de.
1075.Fin ni fin ni aseju, ajisefinni fee te nuu.
1076.Gan-nkan-je, gan nnkan –je, nka l’ao fi s’awo, k’a to wipe ki won maa gan – nkan – je.
1077.Gaari olooye, o ti l’adehin agbere ni suga. Ngbe.
1078.Gele ko dun, bi k’a maa we, fila ko dun bi k’a maa de, k’a maa de ko dun bii pe k’o ye ni.
1079.Gaani-ya-fii-ji, irohin kom t’afojuba.
1080.Gun un gun kii ku l’ewe, dandan, a fa sai darugbo.
1081.Giripa ko si lekun, enito ba ni kokoro l’o nsi.
1082.Gan-ni-ke tori ookan kungbe, o ni ‘bi t’o bo si ni ko t’ohun l’orun.
1083. Gogo so.
1084.Gbe koto ota re ma ni won, k’o ma baa je wipe iwo gan an l’o jin sibe.
1085.Gbogbo aso ko ni a nsa l’Orun.
1086.Gbogbo eniyan ni ole, ati ile bad a.
1087.Gbe jee ki I niyi arami, tete kii te l’awujo efo.
1088.Gbogbo aye l’o nb’odun s’owo.
1089.Gba mu, ko ran ‘ba.
1090.Gbangba d’ekun, kedere be wo.
1091.Gbede-gbegbede bi ogun iya, Kankan bi ogun baba.
1092.Gb’omo waa ki mi, owo ‘o nna ni.
1093.Gbingbin la gbin ‘gede, lilo l’a lo ‘reke.
1094.Gbajumo, kii wa nkan ti.
1095.Gbese ko pa ni, bi ojo owo.
1096.Gba ran mi, se lee di t’eleru?
1097.Gbogbo wa ko gbodo sun k’a ko ‘ri si bikan naa.
1098.Gbogbo alaamu lo dobola, a ko m’eyi ti nu nrun.
1099.Gbogbo orin l’aranmu ko lee ko, sugbon b’o ba di san-saa-lubo, a ni pon-ran-pon.
1100.Gbon-gbon kan ko si, a f’eniti o te gbese.
1101.Gbogbo ohun t’ondan, ko ni wura.
1102.Gbanko ko ni won fi nbe ‘lubo, enit’o ni ‘su ni nbe.
1103.Gb’omo nle ng o te nkan, a f’eniti o te gbese.
1104.Gbogbo ohun t’oju ba ri, ko ni enu nso.
1105.Gbogbo ika lo f’oju de s’ookan, atanpako nikan l’o ya tire s’oto.
1106.Gbo-gbo-gbo, l’owo nyo j’ori.
1107.Gba mi l’ojo ki ngba o k’eerun.
1108.Gb’oyun lo, k’o gb’omo bo.
1109.Honti-honti ko m’eyin, b’eyin ba se meji, ko sa funfun.
1110.Ile ni o p’osika, eke ni np’eru.
1111.Iku wa ajoku, aawe wa ajo gba.
1112.Iya nbe f’omo ti ko gbon, ekun nbe f’omo t’o nsa kiri.
1113.Itakun t’o ni k’erinb ma f’odo, t’ohun t’erin lo nlo.
1114.Ise t’o se’mo l’ogun odun, iya t’o jomo l’ogbon osu, bi ko ba pa omo, yoo sin lehin omo.
1115.Iwo t’a nw’aparo bi k’a fi da ‘la, or eye ni ko p’eye.
1116.Iyan buru, a f’aja.
1117.Isoro ni gbesi, isunkunsi nig be ‘te gan-ngan.
1118.Iromi t’o njo, onilu re nbe ni ‘sale.
1119.Ile eni l’a ti nj’ okete inidodo.
1120.Ile oba t’o jo, ewa l’o bukun.
1121.Ibiti oka ba sun si, l’onje re yoo ti wa ba
1122.Igi ta fi se oori, ti o fi d’oyin, ile we.
1123.Ile l’a now k’a to so’mo l’oruko.
1124.Ina dile lehin asun –su – je.
1125.Arorun igi, ni ‘rorun eye.
1126.Igi gangan ran, ma gun ni l’oju, okeere l’a tin so.
1127.Ironu ikoko ni o p’aja, kinni ng o je sun ni o p’ole.
1128.Ika t’o ba to si ‘mu, l’a fin re’mu.
1129.Ipako onipako l’a nri, eni – eleni l’o nri t’eni.
1130.Ijo nbe l’ara aro, ese nim ko je.
1131.Ile olonje, l’a nd ebiti aya si.
1132.Irun mu l’owo, ko see fa tu.
1133.Ipako ko gbo suti.
1134.Ise ko gb’ekun, ebi jare ole.
1135.Iso inu eku, ara-mora ni.
1136.Ijo tiu alabahun ti jagbon hoo, ni orun ko ti wo ma.
1137.Igbehin l’alayo nta.
1138.Ila ko l’oogun, emu l’oogun ila.
1139.Iku ogun l’o np’ akinkanju, iku odo lo npa omuwe, owo t’ada ba mo l’o t’arugbo nko ‘gba?
1140.Igba yii laaro, t’arugbo nko ‘gba?
1141.Ileke ma ja si’le ma ja si ‘ta, ibikan saa nil eke maa ja si.
1142.Ibiti a f’oju si, ona ko gba ‘be lo.
1143.Ina d;ori koko pin, ona d’ori apata poruru, oosa je nla, ma je nku oosa ma je nku, je nla.
1144.Igi kii da l’oko ko p’ara ile, ona kii jin, ko p’ero ona.
1145.Ibiti a wi si, ko ni a nku si.
1146.Ijanja ni, kii s’ara eran.
1147.Idowu ko lee ja, sugbon o l’aburo to gboju.
1148.Ikun nj’epa, ikun nre’di ikun ko mo pe, ohun t;o dun ni npa ni.
1149.Iwi ni wi onile, ifo ni fo alejo, b’onile ba ni k’a je tan, alejo a ni k’a a je ku.
1150.Ile ti ko t’oju eni su, ookun re soro rin.
1151.Inu l’oke eye ngbe.
1152.Iya kii s’omi obe, baba ma je a jiya.
1153.Ijesa ko rii idi ‘sana, ile l’omo eru wa tin mu ;na r’oko.
1154.Iku m’eja kako.
1155.Isu atenu moran kii jona.
1156.Ihale agbe t’o ru ‘do yan wo ‘lu.
1157.Ikekere merindinlogun l’o nbe l’oju, b’ okan ba ye nibe, ologbon yoo ma.
1158.Ina ile, l’omo eranko yoo ya ybehin.
1159.Ibit’a w’efufuf lele lo ndari igbe si, ibit’o w’ olowo eru, lo nran ni lo.
1160.Ipe kinni a fee se, f’eniti kooko pa ya re je?
1161.Ile lo p’ewura da, ko to di ‘su buruku.
1162.Itoo to hu, to ko f’ara ti ‘igi. Efufu lele ni o gbe lo.
1163.Iro l’a npa m’ebu sun je (Ta – nran – o – pe?)
1164.Irawe kii da jo ‘le, k’o sun ‘na.
1165.Imode iba si be elede, a ba ‘lu, eru iba joba, eniyan iba ti kan’kan.
1166.Ibaje eniyan, ko da’ se oluwa duro.
1167.Iyan l’onje, oka l’oogun, airi – rara l’a nj’eko k’enu ma dile ni ti guguru.
1168.Iko kan kii k’ejo l’ese.
1169.Igbin kii r’ajo, ko fi ‘le re sile.
1170.Idobale kii se ‘wa, ohun a je lee wa.
1171.Ika t;o ba se, l’oba nge.
1172.Igbe kinkinni l’ati awo gbegiri, b’oju ba kuro nibe, okan ko le kuro nibe.
1173.Ibiti agba ba wa, l’omode o ba.
1174.Ibi gbogbo ni ngba alagbara, ole nikan l’ona ko si fun.
1175.Ija l’ode, l’orin d’owe.
1176.Ife ti a f’adie, ko de’nu, enu k’a ri pa je ni.
1177.Ikanju, ohun pele, gboogbogba ni, obun ohun asiwere deed ni won rii.
1178.Ibiti a n lo ko jinna, ibiti a nya lo po.
1179.Igba ko to lo bi orere, aye ko to lo bi opa ibaon.
1180.Igba iponju l’a nm’ore.
1181.Ibit;o ba le, l’a nb’okunrin.
1182.Iso kin-nkin l’o ba di je.
1183.Ilu eko, a r’omi sa legbe-legbe.
1184.Iwofa l’enu, ibit’ o ba w’olowo e, lo lee ran lo.
1185.Iku t’o np’ ojugba eni, owe l’o npa fun ni.
1186.Ile aanu Oluwa, kii su.
1187.Ibi ng o pa o wa, ibne ni ng o gba o wa.
1188.Ida ni yoo pe ‘ra re l’eru.
1189.Ikoko ti yoo j’ata, idi re a gbona.
1190.Iya ko to ‘ya, a s’ada si kun, ikun lo, ada si lo.
1191.Igi woroko l’o nda’ na ru, omo buruku l’o nba ‘le je.
1192.Isale oro l’egbin.
1193.Ekoko ti o nse eyin, eyin ni a fo.
1194.Iju re kii pa ni, wahala ni nko ba ni.
1195.Inu nb’eure, o n fese waa ‘le, yoo b’olowo e je bi?
1196.Ibi ori da si ni a ngbe.
1197.Isibmi ko si, f’eni t’o gb’odo mi.
1198.Iyan odun meta, a maa jo ni lowa.
1199.Iyawo ti a fe ni osu aga, t’o nfi, iyan mo le, yoo ban be l’omo re nje.
1200.Ibiti a ba b’alapinni ni ;bbale re.
1201.Ireti pipe s’okan l’asisan.
1202.Ibiti a gb’epo si, a kii so oko si ‘be
1203.Ibon l’apati, ko l’apati, taani je je ki a koju re s’oun?
1204.Ibiti a ba pe l’ori, enikan kii fi so le.
1205.Ile ni gba ‘wuyo njoko d’awo, ile ni iboye nbo si.
1206.Ile ajubnmogba, itale l’o nsin.
1207.Iya ko d’ola, oruko l’ n so ni.
1208.Isu eni, l’onmu ni t’owo bo pe.
1209.Ipa ti a p’awo, a kii pa ogberi re bee.
1210.Igi t’o to, kii pe ni’gbo.
1211.Iji kii ja, ko d’omi ‘nu agbon nu.
1212.Iya die, die l’o n je okugbe.
1213.Isoro ni gbesi isunkunsi nig be ‘te gan ngan.
1214.Ireje ni nf’ egbe ko si b’obo se s’ori, ti naki ko se.
1215.Ibinu ko ma polowo ohun ko l’ese nle.
1216.Ika ni ko je k’omo paramole o dagba.
1217.Iku pa babalawo bi eni ti ko ni ‘fa, iku p’onisegun bi eeni pe ko l’enikan, iku pa’Alufaa bi eniti ko l’Olorun
1218.Igba l’onigba nk, igba kan ka ‘lo le aye gbo.
1219.Igba ara l’a nbu ra, enikan kii bu sango l’eerun.
1220.Ina eesi kii jo ni l’eemeji.
1221.Idikudi l’a n d’eru ikun, ka s’olopa ti out.
1222.Iba s’emi, iba se wo, ni kii jek’a su s’oko alairoju.
1223.Ile ni abo sin mi oko.
1224.Ile kii su, ki onimi ma ma’nu.
1225.Ibiti ojo ba b’ojo l’o npa si.
1226.Itadogun ku si dede, ojo elesin k’ola.
1227.Ijafara l’ewu.
1228.Iwajowa l’o nj’ore jo’re, sugbon mo’wa f’oniwa ni o.
1229.Ile ti ntoro, omo –ale ibe ni ko tii dagba,
1230.Ijo ti ao jo t’ao fi niyi, koro yara ni ati nbere.
1231.Iwon eku ni iwon ite.
1232.Ibiti a ba f’Elemoso so, ni nso.
1233.Ilesanmi dun j’oye lo.
1234.Ise-se l’oku pe l’oorun.
1235.Ijamba s’ole, onile ta ji.
1236.Igba kan lo, igba kan bo, aye duro titi lae.
1237.Iku ki ba ni sore, ko ma pa ni.
1238.Ibi ko ju ‘bi, b’a ti b’eru l’a b’omo.
1239.Ibi a ma ni l’a ba maa gbe, ibi a mo ni lo ju.
1240.Ibi ojo tin pa ‘gun bo, ona jin. (Taani ran gun se?)
1241.Ibit’o soro, eegun f’awon di.
1242.Iku nde dede, dede nde ‘ku
1243.Iti ogede ni, ko t’ohun t’a nlo da si.
1244.Ina g’ori ile fe ju.
1245.Ipin aise ni o pa alaraoka, idera de.
1246.Ibit’elekun ti nsokun, ibe l’alayo nyo.
1247.Ile l’a ti nko mesan mewa r’ode.
1248.Iku ko da ‘jo, arun ko d’osu.
1249.Iyan-an ja ni nb’ore ja.
1250.Ibaje ojo kan, ko tan l’ogun odun.
1251.Irohin okeere, bi ole kan, a din kan.
1252.Ibiti lekeleke ti nfo’so, ko fi be han ‘paro.
1253.Ile l’adie ko ti ni ‘yi, bob a de’ta, gbeke-gbeke lo to.
1254.Ire nbe ninu ibi, ibi nbe ninu ire.
1255.Ile oko, ile eko ni.
1256.Iya-ni-wura, baba ni diji, ijo iya ku ni wura-ola baje, ijo ti baba ba ku ni digi ola wo’mi.
1257.Imototo bori arun mo’le.
1258.Iku t’o pa, ti gb’apo re lo.
1259.Igberaga l’o nsiwaju iparun, agidi okan l’o nsiwaju isubu. Owe 16:18.
1260.Ibiti aye ba ba ni l’anje, b’ojo npao, maa to s’ara.
1261.Inu o gba, l’aaye o gba, yara kotop[o, gb’ogun ore.
1262.Iberu oluwa ni ipillese ogbon, ati imo eni mimo ni oye. Owe 9:10.
1263.Ile nsu, ile nmo, ojo nlo.
1264.Isapa toro mo, yan gbegiri toro m’oka.
1265.Iya ni nm’ahun sari-ri ki s’onje ahun.
1266.Ainun iba se ‘igba, a ba si.
1267.Idiro l’oko do.
1268.Ibi nu ko da nkan, suuru baba iwa.
1269.Ile ti a ba fi ‘to mo, iri ni o wo.
1270.Irawe t’o ba subu l’ode, degbe.
1271.Iyan d’atungun, obe d’atunse.
1272.Iyawo oju-ona, Olorun lo m’oko.
1273.Igi ti baa f’oju ree na, a ma gun ni l’oju.
1274.Ipako – obe ko ran ‘la, odi obe ko ran tete.
1275.Ile ni apoti njoko de idi.
1276.Inu nikoko dudu, l’eko funfun tin jade wa.
1277.Igba eke l’o nf’owo ti ‘le, igba alaamu l’o nf’owo t’ogiri.
1278.Ikun fe lee wa, aja ni ko je.
1279.Ise kii pa ni, aise re l’abuku.
1280.Igbati a ba ni ko ma ja, l’o nyo ‘be.
1281.Ibiti a ti nw’alaisan la ti now ra eni.
1282.Iwakuwaa l’a nwa ‘hun to nu.
1283.Iyawo ti a fi ‘ijo fe, iran ni o wo lo.
1284.Ijamba ta, fun ‘jamba ra.
1285.Ibanuje d’ori agba ko’do.
1286.Inu didun l’onm’ori yaw a.
1287.Ilu nla ko si mo, omo nla lo wa.
1288.Iran ogede kii sunkun atide, ara ko gbodo ni mi.
1289.Ijo t’o ba ka ni l’ra, iku – ku l’a fi njo.
1290.Iranmu l’ogbo, irungbon l’agba, tubomu ni t’afoju di.
1291.Ifura l’oogun agba,
1292.Igi gbogbo ni ns’owo, oto ni t’obi.
1293.Iru esin ko se deede, bakannaa ko l’a m’ori wa’ye.
1294.Itose lo l’oyo, onibode l’o l’alapinni.
1295.Ipako ni ‘le iya, iwaju ni ‘le baba.
1296.Ise de omo alaseje, owo ree, omo alasela.
1297.Iwa ko ni f’oniwa sile.
1298.Inu enu ki dun, k’a pamora.
1299.Ina njo, ogiri ko sa.
1300.Irir l’ogbon agba.
1301.Iran igun ni nje ‘bo, iran akala ni nj’oku.
1302.Igba wo ni Maku o ni ku, Maku ti ko mo’wem t’o nbo s’odo?
1303.Igbe da mi da mim l’o np’alakara.
1304.Igbaju igbamu, ni kerikeri nba wo ‘lu.
1305.Ilasa ko sunwon, ohun lo bi ‘la.
1306.Iya l’alaburo omo.
1307.Iku pa o wayi.
1308.Ise ofe ko ya.
1309.Igba esinsin kii dena d’owo.
1310.Iro ni nje a ku tan l’oko eniyan lo wa so ni ‘le.
1311.Iponju ko jek’aye o sotito, aisotoo ko jek’aye o roju.
1312.Iyan apelehin, a bi ‘di gongo.
1313.Irin kii ya gbajumo.
1314.Inunibini ko kan aima ‘waa hu.
1315.Ije-nje ana dun m’ehoro, o di ‘jo keji, o gbe ‘kun lowo.
1316.Igi to p’etun, l’ o pete eruko.
1317.Iran s’owo ni njere.
1318.Ile dida ni np’ore.
1319.Ilo omi-ojo.
1320.Ile ijamba kii su.
1321.Jeje l’aye gba.
1322.Je ki o yo, oogun ni ko je, oogun ti ko je, ewe re l’o ku kan.
1323.Jakunmo kii rin ‘de osan, eni a bii re kii rin ‘ru.
1324.Jewo obun k’a lee da ‘so roo.
1325.Je bee, ti Oluwa ni.
1326.Je kin je, l’o nmu ayo dun.
1327.Jebete gb’omo le l’owo.
1329.Ko run ni, ko run ni, o n d’oyi ka ni.
1330.Kokoro t’o nje ‘gba, ara igba lo wa.
1331.Ko nii buru-buru, k’o ma k’eniakn mo ni, eniti o ku l ao ma.
1332.K’a wi ki a too dani, agba ijakadi ni.
1333.K’agbado o to d’aye, nkan kan l’adie nje.
1334.Kekere l’a ti npeetan ‘roko, bob a dagba tan apa ko ka mo.
1335.Kokoro inu efo, aje-m-efo ni.
1336.Koriko t’erin ba tit e, a te gbe ni.
1337.K’a rib a wi. San ju k’a ma rib a wi lo.
1338.Ki ‘le too p’osika, ohun rere yoo ti baje.
1339.Ko lee je ti baba t’omo, k’o ma l’aala.
1340.K’oju ma ri ‘bi gbogbo ara l’oogun re.
1341.Ko ni tan ni ‘gbo osun, k’a ma ri fi p’omo l’ara.
1342.Kin ni agbe nse l’oko t’o fi su si ‘na, t’o nla fe?
1343.Kilo ya ‘pon l’ori, t’o fi su si ‘na, t’o nal fe?
1344.Ko moora, ti ng’esin lori apata.
1345.Ko si bi ao ti se fa, ti ko nii huwa ekuro.
1346.Kaka ki ‘le o ku, ile nsa ni.
1347.Ko r’ohun falejo, o yan guguru s’awo.
1348.K’okunrin r’ejo, k’obinrin pa, k’ejo sa ma tilo.
1349.Ko s’eda to lee t’aye l’orun.
1350.K’a m;eran so ‘kun, k’a m’okun, s’eran, k’ori opo sa ma ti gb’ofo.
1351.K’a p’emo nnu ‘la, k’a semnrue ‘lasa, oko emo ni emo lo.
1352.K’a ku ku l’omode, k’a f’esin se rele eni san ju k’a dagba dagba k’a ma l’adie ‘rano.
1353.Kin l’obo fi s’ori, ti ‘naki ko se?
1354.Kin ni nbe ninu adie, t’aawodioke ko mo?
1355.Ka rin k’a po, nye ni nye ni bii t’ona orun ko.
1356.Kin l’o ri l’obe, t’o fi wa ‘ru s’owo?
1357.Ko ni buru-buru, ki baba o so p’ o d’owo, omo oun l’orun.
1358.Ko si bi ao se s’ebolo, ti ko ni run yan.
1359.K’ee dun kop o, bintin l’obe oge.
1360.Ko to nkan l’o nso’ni d’ahun.
1361.A’a too fi karahun ha’koko, o d’ehin igbin.
1362.Kan-kan-kan, l’a ye ri.
1363.Kii ba ni, k’a ye ri.
1364.Kun0kun0kun, l’a nran ;fa aditi.
1365.Kin l’a nje ti kii tan, a f’ola Olorun.
1366.Ko s’ewu l’egberin eko, a f’ola Olorun.
1367.K’a f’owo we wo, l’owo fin mo.
1368.Ko s’alabaro, a f’olorun.
1369.Kuru-fin, ata l’ogun n emu.
1370.Ko ba won wa, ko nib a won lo, ajere ki ba won yun ‘do ose.
1371.Keregbe ni yoo so ‘biti ao ti f’okun s’ohun l’orun.
1372.Kaka k’omo oloore o jin si koto, mao-mano a sise imole f’omo Olorun.
1373.K’emi wo o, ki wow o o, ohun a dijo wo, gege ni ngun,
1374.K’a wi fun ni k’a gbo, iyi omo eni, k’a soro fun ni, k’a gba iyi omo eniyan.
1375.K’odi o lee ba gboran, l’a se nso l’oju omo re.
1376.Knni kan ajao je, apa re gun ju ‘tan lo.
1377.Kinniun ko j’oye, Olorun oba l’o fun l’ade.
1378.K’egbe o ma baje, k’egbe o ma baje, omode nbu baba agbalagba, o npe k’egbe naa o too fo.
1379.Kasa kasa l’a nri, o ku kesekese baba kasakasa.
1380.Ko dun mi, ko dun mi, agbalagba nb’opa l’ee-mefa nitori iyan ewu ana.
1381.K’a ro so mo ‘di k’a ro ‘di m’aso, ki ‘di o sa ma ti gb’ofo.
1382.Kelebe ba ‘le, dir a mu.
1383.Koko l’eegun ‘yan, suku l’eegun agbado, k’soro, k’a ba bee, l’eegun otito.
1384.K’eni maa sise bi erin, k’o maa je je eliri.
1385.Ko s’eniti yoo f’obe t’o nu je su.
1386.K’a wi, k’a fo!
1387.Kii deede binu, omo ale l’o nfa.
1388.Kaka k’eku ma je sese, fi s’awadanu.
1389.Ko’salapata to gbodo pa ‘gun je, eewo orisa aja kii j’obi.
1390.Ko s’obo kan ni ‘dere, eyi t’o ku nibe ewu etu. l’o now.
1391.Ki l’anfaani orogbo, a pa, ko l’awe a tun je, o koro?
1392.Ko si ‘gbati a da ‘so, ti a ko ri ‘le fi wo.
1393.Ko s\aaye ‘leke nidi adie.
1394.K’olorun ma jek’a nijo t’ebi np’ona.
1395.Kin l’ohun nse, ti ko lee gbe ‘kun le mu?
1396.Ko sin baba, ko sin ya, o so ‘lu onilu d’ahoro.
1397.Ko s’eniti a gbe g’esin, ti ko ni so ‘pako luke.
1398.Keregbe t’o fo dehin lehin odo.
1399.Ko s’ewu l’oko, a fi girir odo.
1400.Ko s’eniti nf’ida pa gbin, baba tani nfi ponpon p’alabahun.
1401.Koro ilu, ni ‘lu ti ntoro.
1402.Kokunrin duro to, k’obinrin duro to, k’a w’ara eniti o re.
1403.Kanko t’o b’akere fo, a da l’apa.
1404.K’a f’oro ro ‘ra eni wo, k’a too j’omo ole si kan ga.
1405.K’a ri ni lokeere k’a sariya, o yo ni o j’onje lo.
1406.Kin l’omo eye o se fun ‘ya re, ju pe ko dagba, k’p fo lo?
1407.Ko tan, ko tan, l’aja nla ‘mi.
1408.K’a w’eniti o lehin k’a f’omo furi, abuke koo be?
1409.Ko si ‘ku ti ko r’adie l’orun.
1410.Ko mese o yo.
1411.Ko je nsin mi, l’obinrin ngb’ale fun.
1412.K’otun we osi, k’osi we otun, l’owo fin mo.
1413.Kaka ko san, l’ara iya aje, o nf’omo re b’obinrin, eye nyi lu eye.
1414.Kaka k’ewe agbon de, nle l’o nle koko.
1415.Kii gun, k’o ma p’etun.
1416.K’onile o gbe ‘le, agba ti ko gbe ‘le e ori re a sun ta.
1417.Keke pa ,’atioro l’enu.
1418.Ko di ‘gbati a bna bi mo, k’a too p’omo ran nse.
1419.Kaabo o rewa, kii ti da ‘na ale, obe l’o ndun ju ra won lo.
1420.Ko si bi ti a kii ti sa ‘na ale, obe l’o ndun ju ‘ra won lo.
1421.Ko wo, ko wo, araba o wo ma, oju ti ‘roko.
1422.Kundu ke, bara o see di l’okun, omo ‘nu e, lo see fon ‘yan.
1423.Ko ni’le, ko l’ona, t’o nsinku abiku.
1424.Ko mu t’owo re, ko gba t’owo eni.
1425.Ko si kekere ana.
1426.K’a da si ‘le, k’a tun da, asa omo ele’yin ko o.
1427.Kinni nbe ni sa, ti nb’ oko l’eru?
1428.Kinni lagbalagba o se, ija ni nbe nibe.
1429.Ko si ‘biti a ko iti, kadie ale.
1430.K’a too yin ni, o f’abo oja.
1431.Ko lee dara f’aja, ko lee dara f’eran, l’onkungbe fin kun ‘gbe
1432.Ki Bara o sun, ko fi owu d’eti, ohun ti yoo ji Bara, yoo ji Bara.
1433.Lara eniyan ni ire wa.
1434.Lehin su, k’adie o fo ni.
1435.Laalaa ni t’agbe, Olorun ni npe ki ‘su o ta.
1436.Laalaa t’o r’oke, ile ni nbo.
1437.Labelabe ko ko ‘ja.
1438.Labalaba fi ‘ra re weyem ee lee se ‘se eye.
1439.Laise ani-ani….
1440.Lehin aponle, abuku lo ku.
1441.Lati kekere ni imole ti nk’omo re l’esin.
1442.Lekeleke t’o di korikosun maalu, ogbon a ti je ni.
1443.Laisi ofin, ese ko si.
1444.Laisi ese, ijiya ko si.
1445.Lani – ntan kan ko ni ‘ru esin.
1446.Lehin eedegbewa, eedegbebuse l’oku.
1447.Laya-nlaya o wo? Eewo, b’okunrin laya o wo, eewo, b’obinrin laya o wo?
1448.Lekewogbe, b’o ba leke – wogbe tan, ko see wa ri moo.
1449.Lainidi ese kii se
1450.Mo s’oore, ko gbe mi, l’owo kan ika nnu ni.
1451.Ma f’eran ikun gbaon eran agbonrin damu.
1452.Mo ri’le, mo r’ode, kii jeun awujo ti.
1453.Maalu ti ko ni ‘ru, olorun ni nbaa l’eesein.
1454.Mo f’oro naa se, osun mo fi pa ‘ra.
1455.Meji ni okiti, ata-tu ati ata f’ehin be ‘le.
1456.Ma f’owo mi ku, l’o nyan guguru f;eegun.
1457.Ma’ wa f’oni wa l’o nje ore j’ore.
1458.Mo mo’wa ara ile mi, kii se eebu.
1459.Mo nwa nkan kii jek’a ri nkan.
1460.Maalu ku, wahala b’obe.
1461.Mo p’ehin da tan, oju mi ko t’ehin mo.
1462.Ma fi tie ko mi l’orun, l’o difa f’eekan.
1463.Ma j’isu, ma j’eru, enu ayo lo mo.
1464.Ma ta ‘mi si mi l’ara, kii d’odo.
1465.Mo fi gboro je ‘ka, mo pegede.
1466.Ma yo mi iwo ota mi, bi mo ba subu, ng o dide.
1467.Ma koja mi oluigbala, kii s’orin akunleko.
1468.Mo j’ore mi lowo, ko sin mi, oluwa re ko ni ‘tiju ni.
1469.Mo je ki eti eni o di, kii je eni o dun.
1470.Ma je k’a gbo, iro l’ao ba nibe.
1471.Mo gbon tan, mo mo tan, ni o jek’agbon ile o loro.
1472.Ma gun l’oogun magun.
1473.Ma se l’oogun ma mo.
1474.Mo da were l’ohun, aja ni ngbe.
1475.Ma lo nbe kan ko si f’Alapa – nsan 0pa f’eniti o ba jiya ajerin-ajerin.
1476.Ma f’owuro sere, ore mi.
1477.Mo dagba, nko s’oge mo, owo ni ko si.
1478.Ma fe mi, ma fe ‘yaale mi, kinni eni nikan lao f’owo mu.
1479.Maa je nso, l’a mu oya tobi ju okete lo.
1480.Moni-moni boonu epo talo, ara ro.
1481.Ma j’oju ore akalamagbo ma j’oju ore oju ara eni leye nje.
1482.Mo pa ni apafon.
1483.Mo f' aimona bawon da pade npade
1484.N o lee k’owo r’esin, ki ntun k’owo ray ago l’ona.
1485.N o so, inu mi o fa, yoo si b’elomiran ninu je.
1486.Nigbati onile ba nf’apari isu han alejo, o nso pe ile too lo ni.
1487.Nkan nbe, agutan t’omo re so nu.
1488.Nbe in nbe, ni ana mi de, bi ko ba si b’ana ti wa ni yoo lo.
1489.Nitori akata l’a se da yangan, tori ijimera l’a fi so asotala, t;ori okunrin ni Olorun se da obinrin, t’ori ara ile l’Olorun fid a ‘ra oko.
1490.Ni ojoni ojo jije, okere, l’ojo aije okere, ojo ti okere f’ebi sun lo po j’ayo lo.
1491.N o ban a ‘wo re, ibi isana l’o ti nbere.
1492.Nigbat’ arunkun ba kunle, enu yoo so tire.
1493.Nko fe s’agba mo bun o.
1494.N o se ya, ko lee joy a, n o se baba ko lee jo baba.
1495.Nigbat’ afinju bay an ‘ko tan, obun naa yoo yan tire.
1496.Nibo ni ‘le ti njo, nibo l’a ti nk’eru?
1497.Ninu iku l’oro nje, ohun ti o je ni nwa.
1498.Nse l’aye nyi, a kan nto lehin ni.
1499.Ninu ikoko dudu l’eko fufnfun tin jade wa.
1500.Nigbati ologbo o ba fi p’agutan, gbogbo ile ni yoo ji.
1501.Nigbti nko ni ‘mu je, kinni ni o maa l’aja l’akiatan si?
1502.Nigbati nko ni mariwo ns’eso.
1503.Ntori eyin l’ai da eetan, ninu odidi la da eyin.
1504.Nibiti erin meji ba ti nja, koriko ibe awon ni yoo jiya.
1505.Ninu ofii olaa, ni omo pandoro ndagba.
1506.Nigbati aja nse ‘le, oko obo wa.
1507.Oniruru aso ni nbe lara alagemo b’o fe, a mu dudu, b’o wu a mu papa.
1508.O so si mi l’enu, o bu’ yo si, iso ko see gbe mi, beeni iyo ko see tu danu.
1509.Omi titun de eja titun si wo nu e.
1510.Ohun ti a ba fi sile l’ewure ngbe.
1511.O nle ‘run lo, o nba ale l’efon.
1512.Owe l’oro aye, kadara eda ko dogba.
1513.Owe l’esin oro, oro l’esin owe, b’ore ba so nu, owe l’ao fi wa.
1514.O wo sin bi obe paanu.
1515.Ohun owo mi o to, ma fi gogo fa.
1516.Ohun t’a nwa lo si Sokoto, nbe l’apo Sokoto.
1517.Okele akobu kii rahun obe.
1518.Omi po j’oka lo.
1519.Okeere l’oloju jimjim ti nm’ekun sun.
1520.Ohun t’o jo ‘hun l’a fi new ohun, eepo epa l’o jo posi eliri.
1521.Ohun t’aloko fi nso kun, l’oloko fi nrerin.
1522.O ri oko l’oko ‘kun ki o too gb’epa si.
1523.O ni sokoto penpe, l’o s’elewu – etu riyeriye.
1524.Onikun lo mo, ‘ka, alaso lo mo ‘ro.
1525.Ohun t’aja ri t’o fi ngbo, ohun d’agutan fin se’ranwo.
1526.Ogun odunm kii se titi lae.
1527.Ojo t’o pa ‘lapa l’ o fi d’amugun ewure.
1528.Ose ni nsaaju ekun, abamo l’o ngbehin oro gbogbo, otokun pe won ko r’ebo abamo se.
1529.Oju eni moo la, a ri ‘yonu.
1530.Owo tan l’owo oniwa, o’sonu.