Month: April 2018

Yorùbá: Ẹja wẹ́wẹ́ ló ńtan ẹja ńlá lọ sinú àwọ̀n. English: Small fishes trick the big fishes into the net. Usage: It is used to caution one of imminent danger, while one is pursuing what to eat.   Need Yoruba…

  Yorùbá:  Egbèje ìràwọ̀, kò le mọ́lẹ̀ t’ósùpá. English:  One thousand and four hundred stars can not illuminate as moon. Usage:  This proverb is used to boast of one’s healthiness. PS: Need Yoruba language services?  Contact us.