Meaning of Ṣóyọmbọ̀
1. The sorcerer saved and brought me (back). 2. The god Okó saved and brought me (back). [Verification needed].
Ṣó (short for Oṣó) usually refers to sorcerer but depending on the family it may also be short for Òrìṣàokó, also known as Okó, who is the god of farming and agriculture.
GlossOṣó - sorcerer, Okó (the god of farming)
yọ - to save, to rescue
mi - me
bọ̀ - to return