noun, plural Yo·ru·bas, (especially collectively) Yo·ru·ba for 1.
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OTHER WORDS FROM YorubaYo·ru·ban, adjective
Words nearby Yoruba
Example sentences from the Web for Yoruba
The 28-year-old is a New Yorker born in London to Nigerian parents, and his rich, stunning paintings speak to his Yoruba heritage, with stylized figures and an appreciation for the natural world.
This is why Americans speak English even though more of us are ethnically German or Yoruba.
And Marta Moreno Vega, an Afro-Caribbean expert on Yoruba philosophy, seems to dare you to sum up her ethnicity.
Hence, blue, red, and yellow may be designated as the colors of Yoruba or Central Africa.
The domestic trade among the natives in the interior of our part of Africa—Yoruba—is very great.
Labour might be brought from Yorubaland close by, and a Yoruba colony has been experimentally started.
Ibadan is the capital of one of the Yoruba states and enjoys a large measure of autonomy.
It was carried at the point of the bayonet by the Yoruba troops, who proved themselves fully equal to the Hausa.