Meaning of Sàlákọ́
Hang a white cloth (of Ọbàtálá).
Names with "àlà" are usually from devotees of Ọbàtálá, the deity of creation, creativity, and artistry, of whom the plain white cloth is a generally accepted icon. But according to Babalọlá & Àlàbá (2003), this name, Sàlàkọ́, is one given to a child "born with his umbilical cord thrown over a shoulder and brought down along his waist line."
Glossso - tie
àlà - white cloth
kọ́ - hang