Meaning of Sónáriwo
The devotee of Òrìṣà Oko has joyful noise in their home.
This name is typically given to celebrate the presence of plenty children (who make joyful noises) around the house where the child was born. _____ Names beginning with "Ṣó" or "Oṣó" are said to be evolved forms of "Òrìṣà Oko" which is a deity of fertility and harvest, which is usually the family deity of families where these names are given. But in recent times, there have also been regular interpretation of the name as having "Oṣó" mean "sorcerer". Both interpretations are fine, depending on what each bearer and their family prefer.
Glossoṣó - either "òrìṣà oko" or "sorcerer"
ní - have
ariwo - noise