Ancient Ebira Names And Their Meaning In English with history

Ancient Ebira Names And Their Meaning In English with history

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These days, if your cultural name is not ‘tushed,’ you will re-shape it for yourself just to make it sound modern. For every Ebira name is a history and purpose. Here are some ancient Ebira names and their respective meaning in English Language. Some are still trending, while some have been neglected. Ancient Ebira Names And Their Meaning In English with history

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Names:     Meaning In English:      Gender
Aasimi: If given to me.     F

Ajimituwho: Spare me till tomorrow (metaphorically continues everyday). M

Avidime: The innovator. M

Asipita: A child of History. M

Amewuru: The harbinger of confusion. M

Adeeku: Father of masquerade. M

Adabara: Head of a compound. M

Adajinege: The tallest of them. M

Adavize: Father is wealth. M

Adeiza: Father of fortune. M

Adomuha: Father of able bodied-man. M

Adooro: The pesterer. M

Aduvo: Father of hand. M

Ajooze: The one standing on the way. M

Adinoyi: Father of the multitude. M

Anataku: The surrounded one. M

Azamare: Test (Trial), he who is under the test of God for survival. M

Anoze: That which is delivered on the way to the farm or that which is to open the gate for others to follow. F

Anagwureyi: The famous one. M/F

Aze: Child of difficult circumstance. F

Eneyamire: That which the eye has seen. M/F

Ezuhio: Heralded by the many or the multitude. M

Enesi: That child which is greatly sought for, the much-loved child. M

Itopa: A historic child. M

Ireyi: Heralded by some memorable events. F

Otuwho: Child named after a succession of deaths of other children in a family. F/M

Ovavi: Child named after a succession of previous children. M/F

Orahachi: One that finds a place to stay. F

Ochiiji: Child of a termagant who is notoriously quarrelsome. F/M

Onozare: That which is seen by the [email protected]€d eye. F

Osheyiza: That which is memorable. F/M
Onoto: The one that is proud and self -centred. M

Onoruoiza: Good man. M

Onize: Owner of Wealth. F

Onotu: The one that is met or affected. M

Onozasi. The one people search for. F/M

Onsachi: The one ready to be sent. F

Onuchi: The one whose burden was lifted. F

Onume: The trendimg one. M

Onuwoji: The adviser. M

Onuya: The sufferer. F/M

Onimisi: The one I want. M

Omeyi: One who shows off. F

Omeiza: The pious one. M

Oricha: God’s own. M

Ozovehe: Man is the symbol of life. M

Otori: Friend of the gods. M

Onyeche: Named after a festival, meaning the mother of festival. F

Omata: Endless nature of creation. F

Ozomata: No end for man. M

Uhuotu: Rest. M

Note: Most of the meanings attributed are literal, and they are subject to corrections.

However, what is your traditional name? Do you know the meaning and mystery surrounding the name? If no, find out. If yes, post it as a comment below for us to learn.

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