African Unisex Names For New Born Baby With Meanings

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Achebe — One who is protected by the Goddess

Adwin — An artist, creative person

Ahanti — warlike in the Twi language.

Amare — A person sent by God to love who is extremely handsome

Amari — An strong and eternally lovely being who are family oriented

Cheche — A small thing

Chibueze — Where God is the King

Chibuzo — God is leading the way

Chidhatma — The real God

Chidubem — The one repaired by the Almighty

Chiedozie — Planned by God

Chikelu — Created by God

Chikere — God has created

Dayo — Arrival of joy

Dembe — A peace loving individual

Dubaku — Eleventh Born Child; very fortunate

Dumi — One who inspires others; they are powerful

Ebele — It means mercy or kindness.

Eega — palm bird who loves to fly

Ekene — The one who recieves a lot of praise

Ekundayo — The one who turns sorrows to joys

Emene — Don’t do harm; Do not hurt

Enzokuhle — Expected to do great things, Do good

Folami — Honor and respect me; is the one who spreads warmth and sparkle

Genet — Refers to the very first garden Eden which was created by the God Almighty.

Ghana — A name of the country in Africa

Jela — The father who faced many difficulties during the birth of his child.

Jelani — One who is mighty, strong

Jenue — The person from the city of Jenue, Nigeria.

Jettie — Surrounded by things or people

Jioni — it means evening. They are determined towards their aim and have dynamic nature. Such people always seem confuse and develop jealousy with time.

Jira — such people are bit sporty and love to play games. They have good sense of homour and often get fame in life.

Jonbenet — such people love to spend time with their friends and have the jolly side. The name is very pleasant which means blossom and exotic personality.

Juji — people with this name are intense and know how to live their lives. they have a unique and attractive personality.

Jumoke — Jumoke means Everybody Loves the Child

Kabili — Name Kabili means Honest, Brave

Kaikara — Kaikara means Traditional Name of God

Kalei — The name Kalei means The One who works for the Kinf

Katlego — The name means Success

Keita — Keita means Blessing in African and The Child was a Huge Gift

Kendi — Kendi means The one who is Loved and Cherised

Kiho — Kiho means Fog

Kijana — Kijana means Youth

Kinfe — Kinfe means Wings

Kione — Kione name means He came from Nowhere

Kirabo — Kirabo means The One who is a Gift of the God

Kitoko — Kitoko means Holder of the Beauty

Kuron — The name means Giving Thanks

Lethabo — Happiness, Rejoice

Loba — Sharing a conversation, talking

Lolovivi — Love is always there

Luthando — African name meaning Love and Adoration

Mashaka — One who brings trouble

Melokuhle — Stand for what is right, One who represents good things

Mhina — The person who is greatly pleasing or entertaining.

Mikaili — The one who is likely to the God’s messenger.

Mikenna — An African name that means who brings the Joy.

Milandu — An answer to the prayers

Mirembe — Peace or a peaceful nature. The peaceful world

Miyanda — The ancestors, the beginning, the roots

Morathi — An intelligent or a wise man

Naiser — One who is a founder of belief

Naserian — The lucky one. A fateful person

Nasha — In Nigerian it means born during the rainy season. In Persian it means Judge

Natine — The person who belongs to the Natine ethnic group.

Natoya — Dance, or the one who can dance

Neo — The talented one or skilled one.

Ngozi — Dedication, benediction, dedication, consecration.

Nuru — Light

Okal — English short form of a Greek “Nicodemus” that means victory of the people.

Okapi — It’s a Latin word that means a horn. Also an ancient greek word that means pity or mercy.

Okoth — Talkative person. Sometimes used to refer a crow.

Olajuwan — The exaltation of the triumph.

Olufemi — The creator loves us, The precious people of God.

Oluyomi — Delivered or sent by God

Onyekachi — No-one is grander than God

Oratilwe — The dearest and darling one.

Pretoria — A place name, the city in South Africa

Rafiki — A friend

Russom — One who is a leader, a head of the charge

Safari — A journey, an expedition

Saidi — The auspicious one

Salama — Safety and security

Shange — A name of the African clan

Sisi — She who is born on a Sunday

Tafadzwa — In shona it means we are pleased

Tanisha — Born on monday

Tatenda — Southern African name meaning thank you

Tene — African name meaning love

Teshi — One who is ful of laughter

Tiwa — One who owns the crown or kingship

Tokunbo — One who is from across the seas

Toure — One who belongs to Soussou, Africa

Zuri — Good or Beautiful

African Unisex Names For New Born Baby With Meanings