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What Is The Meaning of Soro Soke Werey

PublishedBy: in EntertainmentOctober 14, 2020 -


What is the meaning of Soro Soke Werey?

What is the meaning of Soro Soke Werey in english.

Soro Soke Werey is a Yoruba language which simply means “Speak Louder mad man”. It’s mostly used among Nigerians on social media to catch cruise Lol.

The new slang “soro soke werey” is actually not new to those that are very active on the popular micro blogging social network Twitter, as it was where it originated from weeks ago. Well, some as well might have seen this on people’s WhatsApp status but will be wondering what it really means.

Of recent, this slang is now trending online which a lot of folks used it but some are still confused about it since they don’t know what it really means. Actually, the slang “soro soke werey” is literally a Yoruba language, and someone from that tribe could easily translate it to English as ‘speak louder madman/woman’ but the real meaning is beyond that.


Yoruba language:

Yoruba /ˈjɒrʊbə/ (Yor. Èdè Yorùbá) is a language spoken in West Africa and most prominently South western Nigeria. The number of speakers of Yoruba is estimated between 45 and 55 million, primarily by the ethnic Yoruba people. It is a pluricentric language spoken principally in Nigeria and Benin, with communities in  Leone, Liberia, other parts of Africa, the Americas, and Europe. The non-vernacular remains of the language in the Caribbean, Lucumi, is the liturgical language of the Santería religion of the region. Many Yoruba words are used in the Afro-Brazilian religion known as Candomblé. Yoruba language is also used in many other Afro-American religions in the Americas and the Caribbean. Many Yoruba words are used in the Afro-Brazilian religion based in known as Candomblé and Santería religion based in Cuba. Lucumi is the liturgical language of Santería. In North America, Adefunmi founded the Oyotunji African Village (Sango Temple (later renamed Yoruba Temple)) in Beaufort County, South Carolina, a blend of Catholicism and Santería. The Yoruba Temple references several terms in the Yoruba Language. Yoruba is most closely related to the Itsekiri language (spoken in the Niger Delta) and to Igala (spoken in central Nigeria).


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