Meaning of Ọbátókí
The king is worth praising/greeting/saluting.
From Ọ̀yọ́ North, Oke Ogun precisely.With one of my progenitors as a Gbogi or Oni gbogi who was an Alaafin. Also heard that we moved from Oyo ile to Illaji as my village house is known as Ile-Gbogi but none in the family has ever been king of the illaji since we’re not from there. Nth generation at this point since I’ve only been home once.