Meaning of Ajọkẹ́
Jointly cherished, jointly beloved.
It a popular Yorùbá name, one of the names borne by the people before colonization, therefore has no religious intonation in it. It's a cognomen used to mark the bearer (usually female) as one highly beloved.
Glossà - one who
jọ - together with
kẹ́ - pet, care for, take care of