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Iborun meaning in Yoruba

Iborun" in Yoruba is known as a covering scarf.  It is another form of ipele and it is used to complement a Yoruba woman's outfit or a wedding dress.

Amudo meaning

Amudo meaning      Is. when someone touches you and have intimacy on bed with you  Just touching you  You will follow him and he would have all of you on his bed. w Amudo is touch and have have intercourse with me. The moment he touches …

Understanding Agbo Jedi Jedi

Understanding Agbo Jedi Jedi Agbo Jedi Jedi is a testament to the Yoruba commitment to natural healing.  It is a herbal infusion, traditionally soaked in water, alcohol, or palm wine, offering a holistic approach to addressing issues rel…

Òfì meaning

Òfì meaning  Òfì - A weaving loom for making traditional Yoruba clothing and tapestry known as Aṣo-Òfì (Aṣo oke).

Ìpẹ̀kun (ipekun meaning)

Ipekun meaning Ìpẹ̀kun - For something to end, have an end, termination, to ebb and reduce, diminish to an end.

Ódoródì (Ódoódì meaning)

Odoodi meaning  Ódoródì (Ódoódì) - Never!, Not in the least way acceptable, Never permissible, An absolute rejection.

Ògbifọ̀ meaning

Meaning of ogbifo Ògbifọ̀ - A person who specializes in interpreting from one language to another. Aayan Ògbufọ̀ (Translation)

Meaning of Osole (OSHOLE)

Meaning of Osole (OSHOLE)  OSO are men who are indigenous and her powerfully equipped with the knowledge of herbs.  OSOLE is when you as an indigenous men belonging to the group of OSO and using their power and knowledge to use herbs to …

what is ebora and Oso?

what is ebora? I know you are dying to know the meaning of some words.  Ebora refers to The spirits of fire and lava. They are somewhat equivalent to angels k. Biblical terms.  Their work is to assist and serve as servant.  While  Oso: r…

Orunmila gave the meaning of Aboru Aboye

Orunmila gave the meaning of Aboru Aboye  Orunmila bowed down and knocked his head on the ground three times for IFA saying ABORU ABOYE meaning, ‘obeisance to you oh divinity’-  and while his devotees who were with him responded ‘a agbo a a to’ me…

Meaning of Eleri Ipin and why Orunmila is also called Eleri Ipin

Orunmila is believed to be the  mouthpiece of the other gods.  It is through him that one knows the wishes of the other gods.  As a mouthpiece for Ori Orunmila is regarded as ~Eleri-ipin (witness of man's choice of destiny).  It is b…

Meaning of Olubobotiribo (The Father of Sacrifice)

Meaning of olubobotiribo Olubobotiribo is the Father of baba ebo (that is father of all sacrifice) . The people who are present doing your sacrifice, who eat from the sacrificial animals that you kill, who eat from the remains items used…

Jerugbe - A Bag most Babalawo hang on their shoulders

Another distin�guishing mark of If a priests is the jerugbe. A bag made of cloth which most Babalawo hang on their shoulders .  It is because of this habit of carrying a bag that the term akapo (bag-carrier) is used to connot…

Meaning of ABIKU

Meaning of ABIKU Have you been searching for the meaning of the word abiku? Well your search has ended as we have a small note with the answer carrying the meaning.  Abiku : Souls of children who continually die during childb…

What is the difference between Kadara and Ayanmo?

What is the difference between Kadara and Ayanmo? The difference between the two is not something that is very hard at all.  One is predestiny  While the other  Is Fate.  You can browse this blog for the meaning of AYANMO where we talked…

Meaning of KADARA

Meaning of KADARA  KADARA is a Yoruba word which means Fate.  Fate can be a good one or a bad one. It depends on the step you take which will later give the outcome of good or Bad.  If you take the wrong step in Life, you will ended up h…

Meaning of AYANMO

Meaning of AYANMO AYANMO means predestined.  We all have what have been predestined for us before coming to earth.  Example is a people are predestined to be rich through Farming.  When he got to the world, he wants to be a banker and be…

Meaning of ASE

The word asé () means "the power to do." It is the Will. The orisa of the Will is Sango. So what did the egun (ancestors) mean when they spoke of the "will" or "asé?" The Will is the ability to accomplish. T…

Omo omi meaning

Omo omi meaning This simply mean you are born from the four major star which is water star.  Don't forget that we have air, fire, sand star.  OMO omi means you are born under a water star element.  It also means you belong to EGBE Or…

Meaning of Alien in Yoruba

YORÙBÁ WORD FOR ALIEN Yorùbá have a number of words that can be translated as alien, but a better option is taken from Professor Wande Abimbola's seminal work. Ìjìnlẹ̀ Ohùn Ẹnu Ifá Apá Kejì where he uses the word OLOJÒ to mean abàmì …
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