Men’s African names

la

– persistent

Kirabo

– gift

Kobina

– born on Tuesday

Kobe

– tortoise

Kojo

– born on Monday

Kofi

– born on Friday

Kayod

– bringing joy

Lusala

– whip

Mazozi

– tears

Mvenay

– lord, owner

Meliziz

– leader of the nation

Mozi

– firstborn

Mudiva

– beloved

Munash

– with God

Matata

– trespasser

Ngozi

– blessing

Ndi

– patience

Neo

– gift

Necdil m

– forever my

Nkosana

– prince

Nkrumah

– the ninth born child

Nnamdi

– named after the grandfather

Nsia

– the sixth born child

Nsonoua

– the seventh born child

Ntanda

– the star

Obi

– hearty

Odhiambo

– born in the evening

Olaboud

– returning wealth

Olanreuja

– my wealth is the future

Oludjimi

– given by God

Olukaiod

– God brings happiness

Olumayd

– God arrives

Oluuosegun

– God is the winner

Oluuosei

– God made this

Oluuoseun

– we thank God

Oluwotoyin

– God is worthy of praise

Olufemi

– God loves me

Oluchi

– God’s work

Oniekachukwu

– who is more majestic than God?

Ootvi

– born eighth

Opeiemi

– praised

Otino

– born in the evening

Ochiing

– born when the sun shines

Pakistani

– witness

Peach

– diamond

Refil

– gifted us

Rudo

– love

Runako

– attractive

Rutendo

– faith

Saed

– happy

Samanha

– unknown

Siph

– nation

Sisembail

– we trust

Simba

– lion

Sitshwayo

– slandered

Sifo

– gift

Tabo

– joy

Taonga

– bl

Tafadzwa

– we are pleased

Tafari

– fearful

Taitinda

– thank you

Tinash

– God is with us

Tichaon

– we will see

Then

– lion

Udo

– peaceful

Uzoma

– the next right way

Uzochi

– the way of God

Unati

– God is with us

Wasswa

– the first of the twins

Phambes

– viverra (small predatory mammal)

Fangge

– thinker

Faraj

– improved

Farei

– joy

Femi

– God loves me

Firun

– rain

Folami

– respect and respect

Fudu

– turtle

Fulazela

– turn back

Ffamb

– viverra (small predatory mammal)

Hamisi

– born on Thursday

Hlatshwayo

– he who is beaten

Chlalail

– changed

Hlendjiv

– rescued

Chakayd

– weasel

Chibusez

– God is king

Chibuzo

– God is leader

Chijenda

– traveler

Chidi

– God exists

Chidibere

– God is merciful

Chidubem

– God

Chizob

– God protects us

Chilongola

– firstborn

Chima

– z God nests God

Cimek

– God does great things

Chimola

– destroyer

Chinv

– and there is God

Chinwendu

– God lives

Ching

– creator

Chinedu

– God leads

Chiratizo

– symbol

Chitemo

– ax

Chumbo

– small

Chukwemeka

– God created something great

Ayo

– joy

Eiodel

– joy came to the house

Eyokanl

– joy filled the house

Eyomide

– joy came

Eyotand

– joy returned

Ekandayo

– grief becomes joy

Equua

– he says he does

Ekenedichukwu

– all praise to God

Ekin

– praise

Emeka

– great deeds

Enayola

– rich

Eniny

– friend of his father

Enitan

– a man of history, famous

Enu

– the fifth born

Yav

– born on Thursday

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