English Translation for ọ̀gbàníko
Synonyms : ọ̀gbàníko
ọ + ̀gbà + ní + ko +
Word Structure - Un-contracted form : ọ̀gbàníko
Word Structure - Contracted form : ọ̀gbàníko
Spelling & word formation : ọ̀gbàníko
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