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|God of Thunder and Father of the Gods.
|Creator of men. Son of Arámfè.
|King of men. Son of Arámfè.
|God of Iron. Son of Odúwa.
|The warrior son of Ógun.
|Smith of Ógun.
|A worker in brass.
|Wife of Obálufon.
|The Messenger of the Gods, principally known by reason of divination.
|Goddess of the Sea.
|Goddess of the Lagoons.
|A Goddess who transformed and became the River Oshun.
|The Perverter. A God of Evil who led men astray.
|Now regarded as the Devil, but originally as the Undoer of the favours of the Gods.
|A Forest God who caused the Forest to bring forth wild animals and watched over the birth of Orúnmila.
|A God who watches over the birth of children.
|A messenger of Ífa.
|The ancestor of the Órnís of Ífè.
|A priest and maker of charms.
The Sun, Moon, Night, Day, Dawn and Evening were also Gods and Goddesses sent by Arámfè, who is often spoken of as God. But a higher and very distant Being is mentioned by some of the Priests.
Oíbo means White Man.
Okpéllè is a charm used in the divination of Ífa.
The final N is as in bon, and French pronunciation is nearly correct in all the above names.