- Ovbi’ Umogun Oza- The Child of the Oba whose mother hailed from Ola
- Ovbi’ Ekpen N’ Owa- The son of the home leopard
- Ovbi’ Adimila- The son of Adimila
- Ikeji Orisa- Second in command to the gods
- Agbaghe, N’Ovbi Olokun- Olokun’s son, the cynosure of all mortals
- Abieyuwa N’Ovbi Odua N’uhe- The son of the wealthy Odua of Uhe
- Ovbi’ Ada, Ovbi’ Eben- The child of the owner of the Ada =(scimitar) and Eben = (royal sword) Edo
symbol of sovereignty.
- Ovbi’Ekenekene ma doyo – The son of beauty that never fades.
- Ovbi’Ekuaho N’Olo, Ovbi’Ekuabo N’Olo- The son of the rocky arm, the brave and powerful.
- Ovbie Ikpinhianbo kpuru no Gb’oduma- The son of the short fingered man that was still able to kill a lion.
- Nohien utete no gh’ughe s’omwan- The king on a hill, who sees more than everybody.
- Ovbi’Oghonwan nei bun aro- The son of the fearless, who looks without twinkling his eyes
- Ovbi’ode, ode n’ohan ren mu’ ete- The son of the warrior whose enemies got frightened at the announcement of the approach
- Uku Akpolokpolo- The mighty that rules
- Ovbi’ Adolo no dolo uwa dolo utomwen- The son of the wise judge and peace maker who combined wisdom and wealth with long life
- Ovbi’ oven owie no gbaisi- The son of the morning sun that covers everywhere
- Ovbi’ Akpogunla, ogie no y’igho b’owa- The child of the womb of Akpogunla – the warrior who fought big wars and built a house of cowries
- Oba n’osa- A king that is god
- Ovbi’ otolo n’olomi; Ologberonmwon nei rie- iruen, ebo, ayemwinre eminiminimini The son of the water controller, the son of beauty itself, the starter of things and the person whose reign saw people with many tongues
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