ebodá

1) Se dice de la cabeza que queda libre, despojada de lo malo que tenía, gracias a un ebbó.
2) Pregunta que se hace al hechar los caracoles, (dilogún) para saber si el santo termina con la consulta

Diccionario Yoruba-Español. 2015.

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  • АВДАТ — [Эбода], город крепость в пустыне Негев (Палестина), на караванном пути из Петры в Газу. Известен с III в. до Р. Х.; в кон. I в. до Р. Х. I в. по Р. Х. один из центров правления царей набатейского дома (название города происходит от имени… …   Православная энциклопедия

  • ELUSA — (Gr. Ελουσα), Nabatean city in the Negev, now the ruins of Ḥaluẓa (Ar. al Khalaṣa), 12 mi. (20 km.) S.W. of Beersheba. Elusa was the starting point of the roads leading from Palestine to Egypt and Sinai in the Roman and Byzantine periods (Ptolemy …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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