Ṣo gbọ́/Sho gbọ́- Meaning

Ṣo gbọ́ is the shortened form of Ṣo tí gbọ́. They both mean the same thing.

Ṣo gbọ́ means, “Have you heard?”. Or, “Do you understand?”.

Ṣo gbọ́ is a question in Yorùbá Language. It is used to inquire if another person understands the information being passed across or if they have heard what has being said.

Example:

1. Ṣo gbọ́ pé Dayọ tí ṣe ìgbéyàwó? Ṣọ gbọ́?

Meaning: Have you heard that Dayọ is married? Have you heard?

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