We have closely look at the names Yoruba people called God and I bet you this is the full and best list so far. How can I get to (this place, this city)? Nla means big.

What this suggests is that wisdom is relative to circumstances YORUBA PROVERB. NAMES OF GOD IN IGBO LANGUAGE AND THEIR MEANINGS, Yoruba Name For Maca Root (Benefits And Uses), NIGERIAN TRIBES AND THEIR NAMES FOR GOD (Different Languages), Yoruba Name For Cilantro (Uses And Health Benefits), Yoruba Name For Ginseng Root (Health Benefits And Uses), YORUBA NAME FOR CINNAMON (USES & HEALTH BENEFITS). Names Of God In Yoruba Language We will be writing on the Yoruba names for God sit back to know. Enjoy these Yoruba expressions, but don't forget to bookmark this page for future reference. Take a gander at the lyrics below You have come to the right place to get the full list and meaning.

Definition of jaiye in the Definitions.net dictionary. / What Are These Words In Bini Language / Igbo/ Hausa/ Yoruba Pipz Help Me Translate (2) (3) (4), (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (Reply) (Go Down), (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (Reply), Do You Consider Somalis As Black? This page contains a course in Yoruba phrases and daily expressions as well as a list of other lessons in grammar topics and common words in Yoruba. Give me any of the related words. The theologians described the conceptualization of God, with common characteristics like omnipotence (unlimited power), omniscient (the all-knowing) omnipresence (present everywhere), and having an everlasting and relevant existence.

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Posted on March 24, 2014 by kilonso. Bi Ēēgun nla ba ni ohùn o ri gontò, gontò na a ni ohùn o ri Ēēgun nla

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English words for owo include money, cash, currency, funds, price, bagua, fees, spinach, business and financial.

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Omo (ogun odun lekan,ogun odun lemeji) ni mi. Meaning: You should be extremely careful of situations that have a past history of danger YORUBA PROVERB Ogbon odun yi were emii ni. Igbo/ Hausa/ Yoruba Pipz Help Me Translate. Yorubas, Please Help Me Translate These Words. (119164 Views), The Tom And Jerry Relationship Between The Igbos And Yorubas. Don't forget to bookmark this page. Once you're done with the Yoruba Phrases, you might want to check the rest of our Yoruba lessons here: Learn Yoruba.

“Oba tiko lafiwe (God that’s incomparable, not incompatible pls. (The wisdom of this year is the madness of the next year). Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Culture / Yorubas, Please Help Me Translate These Words. The Tom And Jerry Relationship Between The Igbos And Yorubas.

I thought fresh was atun, so it would make sense. Phrases and daily expressions have a very important role in Yoruba. 94Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Yoruba. The links above are only a small sample of our lessons, please open the left side menu to see all links. Enjoy the rest of the lesson! His principal wife is Yemoo.. Obatala was authorized by Olodumare to create land upon the water beneath the sky. Below we have listed many useful expressions including: Greeting Phrases | Farewell Expressions | Holidays and Wishes | How to Introduce Yourself | Romance and Love Phrases | Solving a Misunderstanding | Asking for Directions | Emergency Survival Phrases | Hotel Restaurant Travel Phrases | Daily Expressions | Cuss Words (Polite) | Writing a Letter | Short Expressions and words. Required fields are marked *. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Names Of God In Yoruba Language And Their Meanings, Okan titi aye ainipekun, (The same forever), Oba ti mbe nibi gbogbo nigba gbogbo,( the ubiquitous God), Olorun ti kii s’enia ti yio paro, (God that is not man that could change), Awimayehun, ( He who Speaks and does not change His words), Asoromaye, (He who prophesize and comes to past), Olorun oro (Word), (The God of spoken word), Oba to ti o gbe oro Re ga ju Oruko Re lo, (The God who exalts his word more that his name), Onibuore,(God whose barn is full of blessing), Afunni ma s’iregun,(The God who blesses without asking for reward), Adanimagbagbe, (The creator who never forgets the created), Alagbada ina, (He that covers Himself with fire branded robe), Alawotele oorun,(He whose underwear is Sun), Oba t’o mu ‘banuje tan,(God who puts end to sorrow), Ogbeja k’eru o ba onija,(God who fights for the defenseless), Jagunjagun ode orun,(The great warrior of heaven), Olowogbogboro,(God whose hand is long enough to reach at any length), Aduro tini bi akoni eleru,(The faithful God), Eru jeje l’eti okun pupa,( The Most powerful by the red sea), Oba t’o mu iji dake roro,(God who commands the storm, peace be still), Oba t’o se’gun agbara ese, (God who delivers from hold of sin), Oba t’o san gbogbo ‘gbese wa,(God who pays the price for our sins), Oba t’o yan wa fe,(God who has predestined us), Gbanigbani ni’jo ogun le,(Our defense in time of war), Ogbagba ti ngb’ara adugbo,( The Protector), Oba t’o pin okun pupa n’iya,( God who parted the red sea), Olorun t’o mu Jodani sa niwaju awon omo Re, (God who parted the river Jordan), Oba t’o bi odi Jeriko wo,(God who fell down the walls of Jericho), Olorun t’o kolu Egipiti l’ara awon akobi re,(God who killed the first born of the Egyptians), Oba t’o ju gbogbo orisa lo,(The Almighty God), Olorun t’o tobi ju gbogbo aye lo,(Greater than all the earth), Oba t’o da monamona fun ojo, (The God who created lightening for the rain), Aimope ani oje,(He who is not called but answers, Oba to j’ewe at’egbo lo, (kings mightier than herbs and roots), Oba to ni owa t’owa,(The God who commands), Oba t’oni olo, t’olo, (The God who commands), Oba t’oni k’owa, t’owa, (The God who commands), Oba t’oni k’omasi, ti o si si mo,(The God who can close a door and no man can open), Oba t’ao ri, sugbon t’ari ise owo Re,(The unseen God but we can feel his impact), Olorun t’o n gbo adura, (God who hears prayers), Oba t’o n dahun adura, (Prayer answering God), Olorun t’ape t’o n je,(The God that you can call and he will answer), Oba t’o n dahun adura pelu ina,(God that answered by fire), Oba t’o fi’di aye s’ole s’ori omi,( He who established the earth on waters), Oba t’o mo ohun gbogbo,(The all knowing God), Olorun t’o le se ohun gbogbo,(God who can do all things), Oba ti ohun gbogbo nbe n’ikawo Re,(God who has the whole world in his hands), Oba to joko soke orun to f’ile aye se itise Re,(He makes the heaven his seat and the earth his foot stool), Oba ti ntu won ka nibi ti won nti da’na iro,(He who causes confusion in the camp of the enemy), Atererekariaye,(He spreads out across the earth), Eletigb’aroye,(The great hear that hears all over the world), Oba ti aanu Re duro lailai,(God whose mercies endureth for ever), Aduro gboingboin lehin asotito,(Defender of the Truthful), Imole ninu okunkun aye,(The light in darkness), Alagbara l’orun ati l’aye,(Mighty in heaven and on the earth), Oba ti nyoni kuro ninu ofin aye,(God who rescues from the dungeon), Atofarati bi oke,(Our support and defense), Oba ti gbobo oba nt’owo Re gb’ase,(Kings from whom kings take directives), Oba t’enikan o le pe l’ejo,(The king that can not be judged), Oba tii s’agan d’olomo,(The God who opens the womb of the barren), Abiyamo ode orun,(The great mother of heaven), Atorise,(God who can turn bad situation to good), As’oloriburuku d’olorire,(God who can remove the inadequacies from ones life), Arinu r’ode,(God who sees the visible and the invisible,), Olumoranokan eda, (He who sees the intent of the heart of man), Asoku d’alaye,(He who brings the dead to life), Oba ti n p’ojo iku da,(God who can change appointment with death), Oba ti emi gbogbo enia wa l’owo Re,( He who has the keys to our existence), Oba ti nti t’enikan o lesi,(He who shuts and no one can open), Oba ti nsi t’enikan o leti,(He who opens and no one can close), Abetilukara bi ajere,(God who is all ears), Oba ti ki sun, ti ki togbe (The king that neither sleeps nor slumbers), Akiri s’ore,(He who goes about doing good), As’ore kiiri, ,(He who goes about doing good), Gbongbo idile Jesse,(The root of the tribe of Jesse), Oba t’o f’oro da ile aye,(He that created all things by his spoken word), Oba to ti wa k’aye o towa,(He who was in existence before creation), Oba ti o ma wa nigba t’aye o ni si mo,(He who will remain at the end of all things), Oba t’oni gbogbo ope,(He who deserves all praise), Olorun t’oni gbogbo iyin, ,(He who deserves all honour), Oba ti ko ni pin ogo Re pel’enikankan,(God that does not share his glory with any man), Oba t’o ti wa, t’o si wa, ti o si ma wa lailai, (The God that was, that is and that will remain for ever), OBA AKIKITAN,(Eternity will not be enough to praise and honour you, O Lord).

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