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Yoruba calendar
« on: October 03, 2016, 01:34:57 PM »
Yoruba calendar

Time is measured in:

ṣẹ́j (minutes),
wkt (hours),
ọjọ́ (days),
 ọ̀sẹ̀ (weeks),
oṣ (months) and
ọdn (years).
There are
60 ṣẹ́j in 1 wkt ;
 24 wkt in 1 ọjọ́;
7 ọjọ́ in 1 ọ̀sẹ̀;
4 ọ̀sẹ̀ in 1 oṣ and
52 ọ̀sẹ̀ in 1 ọdn.
There are 12 oṣ in 1 ọdn

Months in Yoruba calendar

 


Ṣẹrẹ-January


Erl-February



Ern-March



Igbe-April



bb-May



Okd-June



Agẹmọ-July



gn-August



Owr (Oww)-September



Ọwr (Owawa)-October



Belu-November



Ọ̀pẹ-December




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Yoruba calendar
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Re: Yoruba calendar
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2016, 01:38:21 PM »
The Yoruba week consist of five days. Of these, only four have names.

 Traditionally, the Yoruba count their week starting from the Oj gn, this day is dedicated to gn. The second day is Oj Jkta the day is dedicated to Sng. The third day is known as the Oj s- this day is dedicated to rsh ńl (Obtl), while the fourth day is the Oj Awo, in honour of rnml.

The Yoruba calendar (Kojoda) year starts from 3 June to 2 June of the following year.

According to this calendar, the Gregorian year 2008 CE is the 10,050th year of Yoruba culture.

 To reconcile with the Gregorian calendar, Yoruba people also often measure time in seven days a week and four weeks a month:

Days in Yoruba calendar
Ọjọ́-kSunday
Ọjọ́-AjMonday
Ọjọ́-ṣẹ́gunTuesday
Ọjọ́-'RWednesday
Ọjọ́-Bọ̀Thursday
Ọjọ́-ẸtFriday
Ọjọ́-bmẹ́taSaturday

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Yoruba cultural dishes
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2016, 01:43:39 PM »
    Yoruba Cultural Dishes

Iyan



Amala
Solid food, mostly cooked, pounded or prepared with hot water are basic staple foods of the Yoruba. These foods are all by-products of crops like cassava, yams, cocoyam and forms a huge chunk of it all. Others like Plantain, corn, beans, meat, and fish are also chief choices.

Some common Yoruba foods are iyan (pounded yam), Amala, eba, semo, fufu, Moin moin (bean cake) and akara.
Soups include:
egusi,
ewedu,
okra,
vegetables are also very common as part of diet.

Items like rice and beans (locally called ewa) are part of the regular diet. Some dishes are also prepared for festivities and ceremonies such as Jollof rice and Fried rice. Other popular dishes are Ekuru, stews, corn, cassava and flours e.g. maize, yam, plantain and beans, eggs, chicken, beef and assorted forms of meat (pumo is made from cow skin).

Some less well known meals and many miscellaneous staples are arrowroot gruel, sweetmeats, fritters and coconut concoctions; and some breads yeast bread, rock buns, and palm wine bread to name a few.

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