Unisex Nigerian Names And Meanings

Names and Meanings

Gender Neutral Nigerian Baby Names for both Male and Female with Their Meanings: Finding the perfect name for your new born baby is one of the most important decisions you’ll have. If you are in search of a perfect unique Unisex Nigerian Baby Name for your bundle joy, you are in the right place. Here’s a list of Nigerian Baby Unisex Names with Meanings.

Nigerian Unisex Baby Names for both Boy and Girl

Abaeze ― Branch of the kings

Akpenvwoghene ― Praise God

Akpobome ― My own life

Akporovwovwo ― Good life in later years

Anaborhi ― The one who is born with good destiny

Avwunudiogba ― Those who profess strength with mere talk

Dayo ― Arrival of joy

Efemena ― Here is my wealth

Efetobo ― Wealth is achieved

Eghwrudjakpor ― I have come to stay

Eguono ― Love

Ejaita ― Let them say

Ejiroghene ― Praise God

Ejokparoghene ― Let’s trust in God

Ejomafuvwe ― Let peace reign in my life

Ejoyovwi ― Let it be good

Emarejedje ― The elderly also run for life

Emuobosa ― Your own thing is precious

Emuvoke ― Everything has time

Enivwenaye ― Compare my success with those of my enemies

Erhimeyoma ― My guardian spirit (God) is good

Erhinyoja ― God hears our prayers

Erhinyuse ― God answers our prayers

Erhiroghene ― The spirit of God

Erhuvwun ― Beauty

Erukainure ― We have helped them

Eseoghene ― God’s gift

Eserovwe ― God’s grace

Gabriel ― God is my strength

Ifekristi ― The light of Christ.

Igitioluwotilaiye ― The tree of God is rooted and strong.

Ikponmwosa ― Thank God, one who is thankful to God for everything.

Jaiyesimi ― One who believes in enjoying the life.

Kufreabasi ― Do not forget God, one who always remembers God.

Kwento ― One who protects the family name from destruction

Machie ― Replacement of a lost gem.

Maduenu ― A term meaning The impermanence of life.

Maduenu ― A term meaning The impermanence of life.

Miriodere ― I now have a name

Mitaire ― I have achieved their match

Modupeore ― Thank you God for this gift.

Monjolaoluwa ― Enjoying the wealth of God.

Morenikeji ― This child resembles me.

Nagodeallah ― I thank God.

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

Niyilolawa ― The wealth is here.

Norioghene ― Look at God’s judgment

Odavwaro ― I am contented

Ogechukwukana ― The time spent worshiping God is the best.

Oghenebrume ― God decided in my favor

Oghenechovwe ― God aided me

Oghenefejiro ― God is praiseworthy

Oghenegaren ― God is great

Oghenekevwe ― God gave me

Ogheneme ― My God

Oghenemine ― I look up to God

Oghenerukevwe ― God did this for me

Ogheneruno ― God has done so much

Oghenetega ― God is worship worthy

Oghenochuko ― God provides my support

Oghomena ― Here is my respect

Oghonoro ― Respect is greater than money

Ojanomare ― I have met the challenge

Oladele ― Persons of success, pupil of triumph.

Olayemi ― One who is worthy of wealth.

Olorunyomi ― God has saved me

Olumoroti ― I stand with God

Olusola ― God has blessed me

Oluwadunmininu ― God has gladden my heart.

Oluwagbenga ― God has lifted me up.

Oluwatoke ― God is worthy to be adored.

Omonigho ― Child is greater than money

Omonoro ― Child is greater than gold

Onajite ― This is sufficient

Onoharhese ― Who blames good deeds?

Oyovwikerhi ― May my guardian spirit be blessed

Tejumola ― One who looks forward to better days.

Temidire ― Mine has turned to blessings.

Unisex Nigerian Names And Meanings