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See also: sekere and Sèkèrè



sèkèrè (plural sèkèrès)

  1. Alternative spelling of sekere
    • 1921: Samuel Johnson and Obadiah Johnson, A History of the Yorubas from the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the British Protectorate, volume 1, chapter 8, page 121
      The Calabash drum — ornamental with strings of cowries — is called Sèkèrè.
    • 1984: Claudius Oluyemi Olaniyan, The Composition and Performance Techniques of Dùndún-Sèkèrè Music of South-Western Nigeria, main title (Queen’s University)