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Yoruba Proverbs: owe Kanti Kanti

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Omo o layo le, eni omo sin lo bimo.

ONE CAN CAN ONLY BOAST OF HAVING WHEN ONE IS BURIED BY THEM.


Vince ku roju. For Naijas in Diaspo e tri. Toyin you too much o as far as owes is concerned.
 

toyin

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Eni bimo, omo ni opa, eni ti ko bi, omo ni o paa
Person wey born, na hin wahala go killam, the one wey barren, na pickin wahala go kill am too :p
 

toyin

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blackqueen said:
Omo o layo le, eni omo sin lo bimo.

ONE CAN CAN ONLY BOAST OF HAVING WHEN ONE IS BURIED BY THEM.


Vince ku roju. For Naijas in Diaspo e tri. Toyin you too much o as far as owes is concerned.

I dey practice for my PHD in yoruba :p
 

toyin

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toyin said:
Eni bimo, omo ni opa, eni ti ko bi, omo ni o paa
Person wey born, na hin wahala go killam, the one wey barren, na pickin wahala go kill am too :p

They also say
Eni bimo, omo ni o sin, eni ti o bi, omo na ni o sin
Person wey born, and wey no born, na pickin go bury them(at least no be alien from space go bury dem)
 

toyin

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vince said:
Eem,what is "egiri"?

It is actually 'Ekiri' and like Oke said, it is a four legged animal whose special skin is used to made the famous Gbedu drums beaten in palaces.
 

toyin

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Ko si ewu legberun eko, afi aidun obe
(No danger in 1000 pap, unless the stew no sweet and you no wan chop am
 
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