When it comes to insults ehn.. The Yorùbá tribe has it. Any Nigerian can testify to this! Gbam. Gbammer. Gbammest!
Hmm. Yoruba people. Igbo people. These two tribes are closely related as much as they’d think they aren’t. As you
Wèrè is a derogatory Yoruba Word. Were is also commonly written as Werey. Werey is not the correct spelling though.
Àwọn is a Yorùbá Pronoun/ ọ̀rọ̀ àrọpo orukọ. Àwọn is a Yoruba Word for “The/These”. Example: 1. Àwọn èèyàn ti
Àlàbí is a Yorùbá Name that means, “we prospered and then gave birth to this child”. This name is most
Àìná is an Orúkọ amutọ̀runwá. That is, a name derived from the nature in which the child is born. There
Àgbàawó is a slang and a Yoruba word as well. The slang Àgbàawó is used frequently among guys to refer
Àgbàyà is a teasing insult. It is commonly said by Yoruba parents to their kids especially their first norms who
Àgbàlagbà is a Yorùbá Word for “elderly person” or “aged person” or “old person”. Àgbàlagbà are to be respected, feared
You know that popular movie by Yoruba Actress Toyin Aimakhu? The movie is titled Alákáda. If you’ve watched that movie,