Ghanaian Female Names With Meanings

Unusual Baby Names for Girls and Boys  

Ghana Names for Girls: Ghanaian naming practices include giving your new born baby family names, religious Ghanaian name or Ghanaian Christian baby girl names, Traditional Ghanaian Girl Names. Do you need help in searching for the perfect name for your baby girl? Then, this list is for you! Make your pick from our list of Ghanaian Girl Names and Meanings for New Born Starting from A to Z.

List of Ghanaian Girl Names and Meanings

Ababio ― Child that keeps coming.

Abigail ― Father in rejoicing

Abina ― One born on a Tuesday

Adjua ― The one born on Monday.

Adwoa ― One born on a Monday.

Adzo ― The one born on Monday.

Afafa ― The first child of the second husband.

Afryea ― The born during good times.

Afuom ― On the field.

Ajoba ― One who is born on Monday.

Akuba ― One who is born on Wednesday

Akwete ― Elder of the twins.

Angela ― An angel sent from heaven to spread peace and love

Antobam ― The posthumous child.

Araba ― The one who is born on a Tuesday.

Awusi ― The one who is born on a Sunday.

Boahinmaa ― The one who has left her community.

Deladem ― Redeemed by savior.

Dhakirah ― The one who remembers God frequently.

Dofi ― The second child after twins

Dogbeda ― Pray

Duku ― The 11th born.

Dzidzorli ― There is happiness

Dzifa ― One is at peace

Effia ― A girl born on Friday

Efua ― They are born on friday

Ejo ― A girl born on Monday.

Ekuwa ― One who is born on Wednesday.

Elinam ― He is there for me.

Enyonyam ― It is good for me

Esi ― One who is born on Sunday.

Felicia ― One blessed with luck

Haniah ― Of happiness and bliss

Ikhlas ― Sincerity

Jennifer ― Old Welsh – White; Fair; Blessed; Holy; Smooth; Soft; A variant spelling is Jenifer

Jessica ― Hebrew – God Beholds; Foresight; God’s Gift; God’s Grace; A variant form is Jessi

Kisi ― One who is born on Sunday

Kuukuwa ― One who is born on Wednesday.

Likem ― Establish me

Lumusi ― One who is born face downward.

Mama ― One who is born on Saturday

Mary ― Hebrew – Wished for child; Sea of bitterness; To Swell; A variant form of Marilyn; As Mary;

Mawusi ― One who is in the hands of God.

Miriam ― Hebrew – Sea of Bitternes; Rebelliousness; Wished for child; To swell; A variant form of Mary

Morowa ― Queen

Nanyamka ― God’s gift

Nyankomago ― The second child after twins.

Ozigbodi ― Patience

Portia ― A Latin name meaning pig or a hog

Serwa ― A noblewoman.

Tawiah ― The first child after twins.

Tracy ― From the Irish word ‘treasach’, meaning fighter, higher, more powerful or superior

Tsoenamawu ― Leave it to God

Veliane ― Companion

Wafaa ― Faithfulness

Woelinam ― In God I trust

Xoese ― Believe

Xorlali ― The savior exists

Yaa ― One who is born on Thursday

Yaaba ― One who is born on Thursday

Yaayaa ― One who is born on Thursday.

Yawa ― One who is born on Thursday.

Ye ― The elder of twins.

Yehowada ― God’s Day

Yomawu ― Call on God

Zuhrah ― Brightness

Ghanaian Female Names With Meanings
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