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Yoruba phrase meaning "speak up" or "speak louder". Also means "let your voice be heard", "stop beating around the bush", "go straight to the point", "hit the nail on the head", "don't sit on the fence".
Origin: This phrase became popular during the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria in early October 2020. The deputy governor of a state was addressing enraged youths in a low tone when a young man shouted "sòrò sókè wèrè", meaning "speak louder madman".
"What do you want? Sòrò sókè my friend!"
by Mcwhillion October 18, 2020
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This is an endearing name you give someone you care about because they are so silly and crack you up a lot.
Dayo Ojo is such an ode. Dude keeps getting on my last nerves.
by Mcwhillion July 15, 2017
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Orekelewa refers to a beautiful lady, who is comely both in behaviour and appearance, toast of all eligible bachelors and is generally loved by all. The character of an Orekelewa usually precedes her.
Sandra is an Orekelewa, she is an epitome of womanhood.
by Mcwhillion June 20, 2017
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A Yoruba demon is typically a young man of Yoruba descent who has the uncanny gift to effortlessly make ladies fall head over heels in love with him. He is naturally a gifted smooth talker and a Casanova and prides himself in being able to acquire a huge follower-ship of female admirers and side chicks. He is gifted at absolving himself of any responsibility in his relationships. Generally, he is a seductive cock-tail of sweet and bitter.
There is no going back after you date a Yoruba demon, you keep coming back for more.

Dayo Ojo is a Yoruba demon
by Mcwhillion April 18, 2018
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