Jíṣoró is a Yorùbá combination of two words, “Jí” and “Ṣòro”.
Jísòro means to be envious of someone or jealous of a person’s achievements.
Jísòro is not a very common Yorùbá Expression.
1. Àwọn èèyàn a máa jíṣòro iṣerere ènìyàn. (People tend to be envious of someone’s success).
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