Meaning of Àtẹ́wọ́lará
The palm is your kin.
The general implication of this name is that hard work pays. And by hard work, since Yorùbá traditional cultures were agrarian, they mean 'farm work' which is done with the hands/palms. In other words, even if you have no one, you will always have your hands as kin, and that will get you through everything.
Glossàtẹ́wọ́ - The palm of the hands
li (ni) - is
ará - kith and kin, relation, relatives