Frequent question: What is the meaning of Aye in Yoruba?

What does Aye mean in Nigerian?

Aye means world. It has another, more esoteric meaning in yoruba traditional religion, to mean something akin to the greek fates. Aye is usually a negative force and do not bring good tidings to a person. The concept is used to explain bad things happening to someone.

What does Aye mean in African?

“Ile Aye, by its Yoruba literary translation, means the house of the world. Yoruba people of Nigeria, Benin, Sierra-Leone and other countries along the coast of West Africa believe that Aye (world) is one kind of a giant market hall where each human visits to hawk or practise what he believes.

What is OMO aye?

“Omo” (oh-moh) means “child” in Yoruba, and “aye” (ah-yay) means world. Part play center, part museum, Omo Aye will be a world for children (and their loved ones) to experience the many cultures of the world.

What does Aiye mean in Yoruba?

The word “Aiye”, which literary can mean “life” or the “world” (depending on the context of its usage in the Yoruba Language), is also a covert name, in the Western Nigerian spiritual belief system, for cults said to secretly run or influence humanity’s fate positively or negatively.

What is the meaning of Aye Mi Temi Bami?

English: My life am done for o. Follow.

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Where is Omo aye?

Omo Aye is from the Yoruba Language of people living in South Western Nigeria. Hence, Omo Aye(although vulgar) refers to someone who is savvy or knowledgeable as regards the current happenings in their environment.

What does Omo Iya mean in text?

oh my god. Last Update: 2012-06-19.

What is the meaning of Gbayi?

Here is gbayi meaning in English: fabulous. Fabulous in all languages.

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