|Ijebu Ode and its Environs||141|
1. Ode Ondo Town||
2. Cocoa farm, etc.||
3. Ijebu Ode||
4. Streets in the heart of Ijebu Ode||
5. Oliworo quarter, Ijebu Ode||
6. New houses in Oliworo quarter, Ijebu Ode||
7. Ado Ekiti||
|Ideal Settlement Patterns||56|
|Yoruba Kinship and Descent||280|
I have adopted the conventional Nigerian spelling for those Yoruba
words set in italics. (Yoruba proper names, titles and the word 'oba' are
e + ̩ is the phonetic ɛ.|
o + ̩ is the phonetic ɔ|
ṣ is the phonetic ∫ or sh.|
The plural of Yoruba nouns is formed by the separate particle awo + ̩n
which precedes the noun; thus o + ̩mo + ̩ -- a child, awo + ̩n o + ̩mo + ̩ -- children. For
simplicity I give all Yoruba words in their singular form. Tones are not
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Book title: Yoruba Land Law.
Contributors: P. C. Lloyd - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1962.
Page number: x.
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