God’s Name In Yoruba Language and English

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Psalms_83-18: That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth
Psalms_83-18: That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth

God’s Name In Yoruba Language And English

1. Oluwa — (Lord)

2. Oluwa wa — (Our Lord)

3. Olorun — (God)

4. Olorun wa — (Our God)

5. Oluwa awon oluwa — (The Lord of lords)

6. Olorun awon olorun — (The God of gods)

7. Kabiyeesi — (The King)

8. Oba awon oba — (King of kings)

9. Olodumare — (The Almighty)

10. Arugbo ojo — (Ancient of days)

11. Olorun agbalagba — (Ancient of days)

12. Adagba ma paaro oye — (Unchanging God)

13. Olorun ti o yipada — (Unchanging God)

14. Olorun kan lailai — (The only God)

15. Ikan lana — (Same yesterday)

16. Ikan loni — (Same today)

17. Ikan lola — (Same tomorrow)

18. Okan titi aye ainipekun — (The same forever)

19. Oba ti mbe nibi gbogbo nigba gbogbo — (The ubiquitous God)

20. Metalokan — (The trinity)

21. Olorun Baba — (God the Father)

22. Olorun Omo — (God the son)

23. Olorun Emi Mimo — (God the Holy spirit)

24. Olorun Abrahamu — (God of Abraham)

25. Olorun Isaki — (God of Isaac)

26. Olorun Jakobu — (God of Jacob)

27. Olorun owu — (The jealous God)

28. Olorun ti kii s’enia ti yio paro — (God that is not man that could change)

29. Alewilese — (He that can Speak and Act)

30. Aleselew — (He that can Act and Speak)

31. Owibee sebee — (He that Speaks and Acts)

32. Awimayehun — ( He who Speaks and does not change His words)

33. Asoromaye — (He who prophesize and comes to past)

34. Onimajemu — ( Covenant keeping God)

35. Olulana — (The wonderful way maker)

36. Olorun oro (Word) — (The God of spoken word)

37. Oba to ti o gbe oro Re ga ju Oruko Re lo — (The God who exalts his word more that his name)

38. Olutoju wa — (Our Keeper)

39. Onibuore — (God whose barn is full of blessing)

40. Afunni ma s’iregun — (The God who blesses without asking for reward)

41. Adanimagbagbe — (The creator who never forgets the created)

42. Oyigiyigi — (Great and Mighty)

43. Alakoso orun at’aye — (The God of Heaven)

44. Atogbojule — (Dependable God)

45. Alagbawi eda — (Defender)

46. Alagbada ina — (He that covers Himself with fire branded robe)

47. Alawotele oorun — (He whose underwear is Sun)

48. Asorodayo — (The God who gives joy)

49. Oba t’o mu ‘banuje tan — (God who puts end to sorrow)

50. Ogbeja k’eru o ba onija — (God who fights for the defenseless)

51. Jagunjagun ode orun — (The great warrior of heaven)

52. Olowogbogboro — (God whose hand is long enough to reach at any length)

53. Olorun awon omo ogun — (Tyhe great warrior)

54. Aduro tini bi akoni eleru — (The faithful God)

55. Eru jeje l’eti okun pupa — (The Most powerful by the red sea)

56. Oba t’o mu iji dake roro — (God who commands the storm, peace be still)

57. Alaabo — (Our keeper)

58. Oluso — (Our guard)

59. Olupamo — (Our keeper)

60. Oludande — (Our deliverer)

61. Olugbala — (Our saviour)

62. Olutusile — (God of freedom)

63. Oludariji — (Our forgiver)

64. Oba t’o se’gun agbara ese — (God who delivers from hold of sin)

65. Oba t’o san gbogbo ‘gbese wa — (God who pays the price for our sins)

66. Olorun ajinde — (The resurrected Lord)

67. Olutunu — (Our comforter)

68. Olufe okan wa — (My lover)

69. Oba t’o yan wa fe — (God who has predestined us)

70. Olusegun — (The conqueror)

71. Ajasegun — (The conqueror)

72. Gbanigbani ni’jo ogun le — (Our defense in time of war)

73. Ogbagba ti ngb’ara adugbo — (The Protector)

74. Oba t’o pin okun pupa n’iya — (God who parted the red sea)

75. Olorun t’o mu Jodani sa niwaju awon omo Re — (God who parted the river Jordan)

76. Oba t’o bi odi Jeriko wo — (God who fell down the walls of Jericho)

77. Olorun t’o kolu Egipiti l’ara awon akobi re — (God who killed the first born of the Egyptians)

78. Oba t’o ju gbogbo orisa lo — (The Almighty God)

79. Olorun t’o tobi ju gbogbo aye lo — (Greater than all the earth)

80. Oba t’o da monamona fun ojo — (The God who created lightening for the rain)

81. Aimope ani oje —

82. Oba to j’ewe at’egbo lo —

83. Oba to ni owa t’owa — (The God who commands)

84. Oba t’oni olo, t’olo — (The God who commands)

85. Oba t’oni k’owa, t’owa — (The God who commands)

86. Oba t’oni k’omasi, ti o si si mo — (The God who can close a door and no man can open)

87. Oba t’ao ri, sugbon t’ari ise owo Re — (The unseen God but we can feel his impact)

88. Olorun t’o n gbo adura — (God who hears prayers)

89. Oba t’o n dahun adura — (Prayer answering God)

90. Olorun t’ape t’o n je — (The God that you can call and he will answer)

91. Oba t’o n dahun adura pelu ina — (God that answered by fire)

92. Eleda — (Creator)

93. Akoda aye — (The first among all things)

94. Aseda orun — (He established the heavens)

95. Oba t’o fi’di aye s’ole s’ori omi — (He who established the earth on waters)

96. Oba t’o mo wa — (The Potter),

97. Oba t’o mo wa — (He that knoweth us),

98. Oba t’o mo ohun gbogbo — (The all knowing God)

99. Olorun t’o le se ohun gbogbo — (God who can do all things)

100. Oba ti ohun gbogbo nbe n’ikawo Re — (God who has the whole world in his hands)

101. Oba to joko soke orun to f’ile aye se itise Re — (He makes the heaven his seat and the earth his foot stool)

102. Oba ti ntu won ka nibi ti won nti da’na iro — (He who causes confusion in the camp of the enemy)

103. Atererekariaye — (He spreads out across the earth)

104. Eletigb’aroye — (The great hear that hears all over the world)

105. Alatilehin — (Our succor)

106. Alaanu — (Merciful God)

107. Oba ti aanu Re duro lailai — (God whose mercies endureth for ever)

108. Oba alade alafia — (The Prince of peace)

109. Oloore ofe — (The gracious god)

110. Olorun ife — (The God of Love)

111. Olorun ayo — (The God that gives Joy)

112. Olutunu — (Comforter)

113. Olubukun — (The blessed God)

114. Onise iyanu — (Miracle worker)

115. Onise ara — (Wonderful)

116. Onise nla — (Great God)

117. Mimo, Mimo, Mimo — (Holy! Holy! Holy)

118. Oba t’o ninu mimo — (Righteous God)

119. Oba alaya funfu — (Immaculate God)

120. Ologo meta — (The Trinity)

121. Olotito — (The Truthful)

122. Olododo — (The Truthful)

123. Iye — (Resurrection)

124. Aduro gboingboin lehin asotito — (Defender of the Righteous)

125. Imole ninu okunkun aye — (The Shinning Light in the Darkness of the World)

126. Alagbara l’orun ati l’aye — (Mighty in Heaven and on the Earth)

127. Oba ti nyoni kuro ninu ofin aye — (God who rescues from the dungeon)

128. Atofarati — (Our Defense)

129. Atogbokanle — (The trustworthy God)

130. Atofokante — (Our Confidant)

131. Adunbarin — (Worthy to walk with)

132. Adunbalo — (Worthy to relate with)

133. Adunkepe — (God you can call on)

134. Apata ayeraye — (The Rock of Ages)

135. Atobiju — (The Almighty)

136. Atofarati bi oke — (Our Support and Defense)

137. Apata wa — (Our Rock)

138. Odi wa — (Our Shield)

139. Alabarin aye wa — (Our Companion)

140. Olupese — (Our Provider)

141. Olugbega — (The Lifter of our Head)

142. Oluranlowo — (Our Help)

143. Ireti wa — (Our Hope)

144. Olu aye — (God on Earth)

145. Olu orun — (God in Heaven)

146. Oba ti gbobo oba nt’owo Re gb’ase — (Kings from whom kings take directives)

147. Adakedajo — (He who Judges silently)

148. Adajo ma fi t’enikan se — (The just Judge)

149. Oba ti kii s’ojusaju — (The just God)

150. Oba t’enikan o le pe l’ejo — (The king that can not be judged)

151. Oba aseyiowu — (Unquestionable God)

152. Oba tii s’agan d’olomo — (The God who opens the womb of the barren)

153. Abiyamo ode orun — (The Great Mother of Heaven)

154. Atorise — (God who can turn bad situation to good)

155. As’oloriburuku d’olorire — (God who can remove the inadequacies from ones life)

156. Arinu r’ode — (God who sees the visible and the invisible,)

157. Olumoranokan eda — (He who sees the intent of the heart of man)

158. Oludamoran — (The Great adviser)

159. Baba wa — (Abba father)

160. Ore wa — (Our friend)

161. Ibi isadi wa — (Our refugee)

162. Aabo wa — (Our protector)

163. Oluwosan — (The Healer)

164. Asoku d’alaye — (He who brings the dead to life)

165. Olorun alaaye — (God of the living)

166. Oba ti n p’ojo iku da — (God who can change appointment with death)

167. Oba ti emi gbogbo enia wa l’owo Re — (He who has the keys to our existence)

168. Oba ti nti t’enikan o lesi — (He who shuts and no one can open)

169. Oba ti nsi t’enikan o leti — (He who opens and no one can close)

170. Awamaridi — (Unsearchable God)

171. Eleruniyin — (Fearful in Praises)

172. Abetilukara bi ajere — (God who is all ears)

173. Aiku — (Living God)

174. Aisa — (Faithful)

175. Oba ti ki sun, ti ki togbe — (The king that neither sleeps nor slumbers)

176. Oba onise nla — (The great worker of good)

177. Onigbonwo wa — (Our sponsor)

178. Olorun pipe — (Perfect God)

179. Olorun rere — (Good God)

180. Akiri s’ore — (He who goes about doing good)

181. As’ore kiiri,  — (He who goes about doing good)

182. Gbongbo idile Jesse — (The root of the tribe of Jesse)

183. Oba t’o f’oro da ile aye — (He that created all things by his spoken word)

184. Oba to ti wa k’aye o towa — (He who was in existence before creation)

185. Oba ti o ma wa nigba t’aye o ni si mo — (He who will remain at the end of all things)

186. Oloruko nla — (The great name)

187. Ologojulo — (The glorious God)

188. Emi ni ti nje Emi ni — (I am the I am)

189. Oba t’oni gbogbo ope — (He who deserves all praise)

190. Olorun t’oni gbogbo iyin — (He who deserves all honour)

191. Oba ti ko ni pin ogo Re pel’enikankan — (God that does not share his glory with any man)

192. Oba t’o ti wa, t’o si wa, ti o si ma wa lailai — (The God that was, that is and that will remain for ever)

193. Ibere ati opin — (The Alpha and omega)

194. OBA AKIKITAN — (Eternity will not be enough to praise and honour you, O Lord)

195. Afini Mona — (Pathfinder)

196. Apata Aiyeraye — (Eternal Rock of Ages)

197. Atofiseogunran — (Someone you  can send to fight your wars for you)

198. Aduro tini lojo isoro  — (Someone who stands with you in times of crises)

199. Ogbenu wundia sola —  {Someone who performs honourably in a Maiden’s womb (Child’s Development)}                       

200. Akoda aye..Aseda orun……. Ohun Ni ibeere ati opin oun… gbogbo —  {The Creator of Earth and Heaven. The Beginning and the End.}

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