Meaning of Àgùdà
The name has been used to refer to the Afro-Brazilian returnees to Lagos in the late 19th Century who headed the Roman-Catholic churches (even though most of them retained their Òrìṣà-worshipping backgrounds). The name first came into use in Lagos around 1835 when the first wave of returnees came into town.
The meaning of the word itself hasn't yet been ascertained.
Akinọlá Àgùdà: Jurist.