Meaning of Apálará
The arms are one's closest kin.
The name comes from the saying "Apá l'ará, ìgùnpá n'ìyekan", meaning "the arms are one's kin and the shoulders are one's step siblings". It is a saying that comes from a popular Yorùbá poem encouraging hard work and self-sufficiency. See also: Iyelará, Ọmọlará
Glossapá - arms
ni - is
ará - kin, family, relation