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Numerology information Oyibo:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Definition funny of Oyibo:
Naija (Yoruba) slang for white people
Person 1: Oyibo got money-o! Person 2: Oyibo are crazy!
Nigerian word for a caucasian. It is not deregatory. It is just a word used to identify a white person. The word can also be used to identify an albino due to the fact that they are light skinned. Also, the word, Oyibo can be used mockingly to call out a Nigerian wannabe trying to act, dress or talk like a white man
1. Mom: Ochuko, look at that Oyibo man's cigar (cigarette) Son: Mummy, that is my boss 2. Chei!, the sun is really disturbing that Oyibo (albino), look at how he is squinting his eyes. 3. Forget your oyibo formings, who are you acting up for?
Songs about Oyibo:
Alusi Nne Nnam Na Oyibo Ka by Ogene Anuka from the Album Oganiru Age Grade Umuowele Agulu
Ego Oyibo, Pt. 1 by De-Apinjo from the Album Ego Oyibo
Ego Oyibo, Pt. 2 by De-Apinjo from the Album Ego Oyibo
Nobi Oyibo (feat. Kiki) by Sunny Neji from the Album Timeless
Onye Olu Oyibo by Atumma Ugonano from the Album Onwu Zik
Oyibo Mentality by Bright Chimezie (Okoro Junior) from the Album Oyibo Mentality
Ubo Ndi Oyibo by Nwankwo Aghadinagu from the Album Ugbo Ndi Oyibo
Books about Oyibo:
Crazy Oyibo by Ana Hogas and Ionut (John) Florea (Apr 27, 2013)
Oyibos: Memoirs of Culture Shock by Gus Udo (Nov 18, 2011)
Oyibo!!! Wei Er Sohn Eines Schwarzen Vaters (German Edition) by Anatol Egbuna (Jul 25, 2011)
GAGUT G ij,j = 0 Radically Unifies Mathematics and solves Riemann Hypothesis, A Clay Mathematics Millennium Problem... (2010)
Oyibo: Representations of the colonialist other in Yoruba art, 1826-1960 (Discussion papers in the African humanities... by Babatunde Lawal (1993)
The Theory of Everything: An Interview With Dr. Gabriel Oyibo by G. Oyibo (Jan 2003)
Wiki information Oyibo:
Depending on its usage and pronunciation, the word Oyibo could mean "man" in Kalabari. In Nigeria, it is generally used to refer to a European. The word is commonly pronounced "Oyinbo" in Yoruba speaking areas but pronounced "Oyibo" elsewhere. The...