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What is chameleon called in Yoruba?

What is chameleon called in Yoruba?

The first term for chameleon is “ọ̀gà.” Another term, more commonly used to describe the chameleon in Yoruba proverbs and legends is agẹmọ. Agẹmọ is also a masquerade, or egúngún, (a complex figure in Yoruba culture by usually represents deceased ancestors), and it literally means “one who takes care of children.”

What is EKUN English?

If you say ekun means Tiger then Amotekun means leopard. If you say ekun means Leopard then Amotekun means cheetah.

What is Ikoko?

pottery noun. ikoko, imọ-koko. kettle noun. ikoko, age. vase noun.

What is ajanaku English?

Meaning : Elephant or a great one.

What is kangaroo in Yoruba?

Kangaroo. kangaroo. i-kangar… ካንጋሮ

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What is Cheetah in Yoruba?

Onipede Adegbemisola. jaguar is idagiri in Yoruba, leopard is amotekun in Yoruba, cheetah is owawa.

What is the Yoruba name of cheetah?

“Ekun” is the Yoruba name for leopard and not tiger, while cheetah is known as “Amotekun”.

What is Jaguar in Yoruba?

jaguar is idagiri in Yoruba, leopard is amotekun in Yoruba, cheetah is owawa.

What is Toad in Yoruba?

toad. More Yoruba words for toad. Ọpọlọ noun.

Who is Prophet ajanaku?

Ex-spiritual father and pastor of ace gospel singer, Tope Alabi, Prophet Elijah Ola Ajanaku, has died of an undisclosed illness. Until his death, the cleric lived at Folarin Williams Close, Ikola Odunsi in Agbado/Oke-Odo Local Council Development Area.

What is the meaning of Amotekun?

Amotekun means “the animal that looks like ekun”. That animal should be “tiger” (or cheetah), but did the ancient Yoruba people have any interaction with the tiger (or cheetah)?

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What is the difference between Frog and toad?

Frogs have long legs, longer than their head and body, which are made for hopping. Toads, on the other hand, have much shorter legs and prefer to crawl around rather than hop. Frogs have smooth, somewhat slimy skin. Toads have dry, warty skin.