Sunday, October 28, 2007

African Baby Boy Names and Baby Girl Names - the Bold and the Beautiful

The sounds of African babe male child name calling and babe miss name calling are as soft as the breeze. The babe name calling and their significances travel back through the mists of time. Often, African babe name calling and their significances reflect nature such as as rivers, or the southern wind. Some depict qualities like honor, beauty, and strength.

Baby name calling from Republic Of Ghana often state the twenty-four hours when the babe was born. Others state in which order the babe was born, as in first born, second, 3rd and so on.

African babe name calling come up from over a hundred linguistic communications and one thousands of dialects. Often, babe name calling are influenced by other linguistic communications such as as Arabic, English, and French. African babe name calling come up from Swahili, Kiswahili, and Yorba. There are those from Amharic, Xhosa, Ibo, Twi, Dinka, Kikuyu, Ewe, and many others.

Let us look at some of these fine-looking names.

African Baby Girl Name Calling and Their Meanings

1) Aisha - (Swahili and Arabic) significance "Life"

2) Nuru (Swahili) significance "Light"

3) Bibi (East African) significance "Daughter of a King." Also a Kiswahili name significance "Lady"

4) Wub (Amharic of Ethiopia) significance "Gorgeous"

5) Fola (Yorba of Nigeria) significance "Honor"

6) Ismitta (North African) significance "Daughter of the Mountains and the Moon." This is the name of the southern wind

7) Gzija (Ewe of Ghana) significance "One who is at Peace"

8) Isis (Arabic) significance "The Goddess Isis, defender of the Nile River River." Isis was worshipped in Arab Republic Of Egypt and in the ancient Kingdom of Meroe, in modern Sudan.

9) Deka (Somali) significance "One who Pleases"

10) Smasher (Swahili and Arabic) significance "Precious"

African Baby Male Child Names

1) Simba (Swahili and Kiswahili) significance "Lion" and "Strong"

2) Rafiki (Kiswahili) significance "Friend"

3) Xola (Xhosa) significance "Stay in Peace"

4) Habib (Swahili and Arabic) significance "Beloved"

5) Kofi (Akan, from Ghana) significance "Born on Friday"

6) Ghali (Kiswahili and Arabic) significance "Precious"

7) Idrissa (from Republic Of Senegal and Gambia) significance "Immortal"

8) Mensah (Ewe, from Ghana) significance "3rd Max Max Max Born Male"

9) Kojo (Ashanti from Ghana) significance "Born on Monday"

10) Kito (Swahili) significance "Precious"

African babe male child name calling and babe miss name calling and their significances state a story. The narrative goes on as parents go forth their fatherland of Africa and traveling the world.

Labels: , , , , , , , ,


Blogger kiraniluri said...

awsome piece of information, I had come to know about your website from my friend srini, hyd, i have read all seven posts of yours by now, and let me tell you, your blog gives the best and the most interesting information. This is just the kind of information that i had been looking for, once again hats off to you! Thanks a ton once again, Regards, muslim boy names

May 19, 2013 at 7:33 PM


Post a Comment

<< Home