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.
1. Ṣo gbọ́ pé Dayọ tí ṣe ìgbéyàwó? Ṣọ gbọ́?
Meaning: Have you heard that Dayọ is married? Have you heard?