noun | ah · woh |

Awo is a Yoruba word for ‘mystery’. It relates to the traditions of Ifa or any fraternity. It indicates the mysteries of the fraternity or the Ifa tradition. A student of the Ifa tradition of Yorubaland is called omo awo (Child of the Mysteries).



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