Link Search Menu Expand Document

Titi Lawa Dibaro


This verse can be heard in this youtube video:


CALL:

common spelling common pronunciation
Titi lawa dibaro tee-tee lah-wah dee~bah-roh
titi lawa dibaro tee-tee lah-wah dee~bah-roh
titi lawa dibaro tee-tee lah-wah dee~bah-roh
titi lawa dibaro tee-tee lah-wah dee~bah-roh
oyouro ewe osain titi lawa dibaro. oh-you-roh eh-weh oh-sain tee-tee lah-wah de~bah-roh

RESPONSE:

same

SECOND CALL:

common spelling common pronunciation
Oyouro ewe osain. oh-you-roh eh-weh oh-sain

SECOND RESPONSE:

common spelling common pronunciation
Titi lawa dibaro. tee-tee lah-wah dee~bah-roh

THIRD CALL:

common spelling common pronunciation
Titi lawa dibaro. tee-tee lah-wah dee~bah-roh

THIRD RESPONSE:

same as call


Boro titi lagua tarepo

CALL:

common spelling common pronunciation
Boro titi lagua tarepo boh-roh tee-tee lah-gwah tah-reh-poh
boro titi lagua tarepo. boh-roh tee-tee lah-gwah tah-reh-poh
Boro titi lagua tarepo boh-roh tee-tee lah-gwah tah-reh-poh
boro titi lagua tarepo. boh-roh tee-tee lah-gwah tah-reh-poh
Epo pologuo epo polense eh-poh poh-loh-gwoh eh-poh poh-lehn-say
boro titi lagua tarepo. boh-roh tee-tee lah-gwah tah-reh-poh

RESPONSE:

same

Allusion to the chant: The selling of palm oil which is in abundance on the hands and feet. Palm oil represents wealth and has the ability to help people and things move along easily.

RESOURCES:

  • Song (6) taught in Osain Class by Bobi C├ęspedes on Janurary 3, 2022
  • T. Altmann, Cantos Lukumi, Song 79

T. Altmann Song 79

Maintained by Stephanie Frantz