Meaning : Sorrow Becomes Joy,

Origin : African, Yoruba, Western African,

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Ekundayo Expression, Ekundayo Soul Urge, Ekundayo Inner Dream


Numerology information Ekundayo:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Additional information Ekundayo:

additionalYoruba origin.

additionalMeans "sorrow becomes joy" in Yoruba.


Songs about Ekundayo:

songsAfrika (feat. Stahhr, Ekundayo, Coon, Skipp, Mikeflo) by Sa-Roc from the Album The Book Of Light

songsTop Of The Food Chain (feat. Rome Supreme, Ekundayo) [Explicit] by J-Live from the Album Around The Sun [Explicit]

songsOn My Gonzalez Feat. Stahhr, John Robinson, Ekundayo (Version #2) by Floyd The Locsmif from the Album Divine Dezignz 3: Dirty Canvas

songsBad Bad Man (Ft. Stat Quo & Ekundayo) [Clean Version] by Senor Kaos from the Album Bad Bad Man [Explicit]

songsBad Bad Man (Ft. Stat Quo & Ekundayo) [Explicit] by Senor Kaos from the Album Bad Bad Man [Explicit]

songsEkundayo (Bonus Track) by Siji from the Album Adesiji

songsHard Earning (feat. El Sun, Ekundayo) [Explicit] by Mikeflo from the Album The Prince Of Power [Explicit]


Books about Ekundayo:

booksThomas Ekundayo Phillips: The Doyen of Nigerian Church Music by Godwin Sadoh (Jan 20, 2009)

booksAgeing and Sexuality: Patterns of Sexual Behaviour among the Elderly in Ile-Ife [Paperback] [2011] (Author) Opeyemi... (2011)

booksThe Effects of Rewards System on Job Performance: The effects of rewards system on employees' job performance... (2012)

booksFootprints in time: The life and times of professor Christopher Ekundayo Famewo by Enitan Famewo (1999)


Wiki information Ekundayo:

Ekundayo Jayeoba
Soccer Forward, Athlete, Measured person, Person, Football player

Ekundayo Jaiyeoba is a Nigerian football player who currently plays for Strumska slava in Bulgaria.

Ekundayo Opaleye
Politician, Person

Major General Ekundayo B. Opaleye was Governor of Ondo State, Nigeria from August 1986 to December 1987 during the military regime of general Ibrahim Babangida.