Top 1000+ Nigerian names: Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa last names

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Nigerian Names: Hausa List

Hausa Names and Meaning

Adamu means Adam Ali means excellent or noble Aminu means reliable and trustworthy person. Amir means A ruler, prince or commander
Aisha means to live in prosperity. Amina means safe protected and secure. Asmau means loftier or eminent personality Atikah means of a pure heart Asabe means child born on Saturday.
Balaraba means female child born on Wednesday Balarabe means male child born on Wednesday Bashir means someone who brings good news. Bilal means a companion of the prophet. Danasabe means child born on Saturday
Danjuma means male child born on Friday Danladi means male child born on Sunday Danlami means male child born on Thursday Faidah means advantage Faiqah means someone who surpasses excellence
Fatimah means daughter of the prophet Faizu means victorious Faruq means the distinguisher of truth from falsehood Faisal means decisive Fuad means heart
Gambo means a child after twins Hassan means first boy in a set of twins Hassana means twin girl Hussain means second boy in a set of twins Hussaina means twin girl
Habibah means beloved Hafsah means wife of the prophet Halimah means gentle heart Hamidah means appreciative Habib means beloved
Hadi means calm person Hafiz a guardian or protector Hamzah means lion Imam means leader Isa means Jesus
Ismaila means Ishmael Jummai means female child born on Friday Jamilah means a beautiful, elegant and graceful person. Jalil means exalted Jamal means beauty and grace
Jibril means archangel Kaka means grandmother Khamees means female child born on Thursday Khamisa means female child born on Thursday Khadijah means wife of prophet Muhammad
Kubra means a senior person or someone with higher authority. Kamil means complete or perfect Khalifah means a successor Ladi means female child born on Sunday Lami means female child born on Thursday
Lantana means female child born on Monday Laraba means female child born on Wednesday Larai means female child born on Wednesday. Latifah means kind and gentle heart Lubabah means the innermost essence
Musa means Moses Mansurah means supporter Maryam means mother of Jesus Maimuna means blessing Mahmud means praised
Mansur means aided Mushin means benevolent Mustafa means chosen Nabilah means nobility Nafisah means precious, rare gem
Naimah means enjoying blessing of God Rabiah means fourth Rahmah means kind and compassionate Ruqayyah means name of the prophet daughter Rahid means righteous
Safiyah means pure and serene heart Sakinah meanspeace of mind Salimah means a jovial companion Shukriyah means thanksgivings Sumayyah means a proper name
Salim means safe Talatu means female child born on Tuesday Tahir means pure Umar means lifetime Usman means companion
Yakubu means Jacob Yohanna means john Yusuf means Joseph Zahrah means flower Zakiyyah means pure
Zainab means name of prophet daughter Zaytum means olive Zubaydah means radiant

 

Nigerian Names: Yoruba List

Yoruba Names And Their Meanings

Aanuoluwapo means God’s mercy is great. Aarin means centre/middle Aarinade means in the center of the crown
Aarinade means in the center of the crown Abayomi means the enemy would have gloated over me Abejide means born during the rainy season Abidemi means born before the fathers arrival
Abidoye- born before the arrival of a chieftaincy title Abiodun means born during the festival Abiola/ Abimbola/Abisola means one born into wealth Abiona means born during a journey
Abioye/Abisoye means born into status/title Abisogun means born during a war Abisuga means one born into the palace Abodunrin means one who walks in with the festival/holiday
Abosede/Abiose means born on the first day of the week Adaramola means one who complements wealth with beauty Ade means describes crown or royalty Adebajo means the crown returns from a trip
Adebambo means the crown returns with me Adebanjo means the crown fits me Adebanke means the crown helps to pamper me Adebankole means the crown assisted me to build a house
Adebayo means the crown meets with joy Adebimpe means the crown birthed me complete Adebisi means the crown has given birth to more Adebiyi means the crown gave birth to this one
Adebola means the crown meets with wealth Adeboro means the crown meets wealth Adebowale means the crown has come home Adeboye means the crown meets the title
Adeboyejo means the crown befits the title Adebukola means the crown has added to wealth Adebusoye means the crown has adds to status Adedamola means the crown is mixed with wealth
Adedapo means crowns associate/affiliate Adedaramola means the crown associates with (complements) wealth well Adedayo means the crown has become joy Adedeji means the crown has become two
Adediji means the crown has become a refuge Adediran means the crown becomes hereditary Adedoja means the crown has become a market Adedokun means the crown has become (as wide as) the sea
Adedolapo means the crown holds wealth together Adedotun means the crown has become fresh/new Adedoyin means the crown has become honey Adefemi means the crown loves me
Adefolake means the crown pampers with wealth Adefolarin means the crown walks with wealth Adefoluke means the crown pampers with God Adefoyeke means the crown pampers with the title
Adegbenga means the crown elevates/uplifts Adegbenro means the crown establishes Adegbola means the crown carries wealth Adegboyega means the crown has elevated the title
Adegoke means the crown ascends a height/hill Adegoroye means the crown ascends to a title Adegunte means the crown ascends the throne Adeiye means the crown of salvation
Adejare means the crown has overcome Adejobi means the crown gives birth together Adejoke means the crown will together pamper this one Adejoro means the crown enjoys (eats) wealth
Adejumo means the crown unites Adejumobi means the crown unites to give birth to Adejumoke means the crown unites to pamper Adejuwon means the crown is greater than them
Adekanmi means I am entitled to the crown Adekemi means the crown pampers me Adekilekun means the crown makes the house full Adekitan means the crown does not finish/end
Adekola means the crown collects wealth Adekoyejo means the crown brings together titles Adekunle means crowns fill the house Adelabi means we gave birth to a crown
Adelana means the crown opens the way Adelani means we own the crown Adelanwa means it is a crown that we look for Adeleke means the crown triumphs
Adelodun means the crown owns the festival Adelowo means the crown has respect Adeloye means the crown is (the essence) of a title Ademola means the crown has been added to wealth
Ademolu means the crown has been added to the master Adenaike means Adeniji means the crown has protection/refuge (to offer) Adenike means the crown has (need of) care
Adeniran means the crown has history/lineage Adeniyi means the crown has prestige/dignity Adenola means the crown owns wealth Adenrele means the crown is going home
Adenuga means the crown owns the palace Adeoba means the crown of the king Adeola means crown of wealth Adeolu means the crown of God
Adeoti means the crown does not fade Adeoye means a crown of title Adepeju means the crown is full of honor Adepero means the crown pacifies
Adepitan means the crown tells a story Adepoju means crowns are many Aderemilekun means the crown has dried my tears Aderinsola means the crown walks into wealth
Aderiyike means the crown has found one to pamper Aderonke means the crown has something to pamper Aderoju means the crown has succor Aderopo means the crown replaces
Adesanmi means the crown profits me Adesewa means the crown makes beauty Adesile means the crown opens a new house Adesina means the crown has opened the way
Adesoji means the crown is revived Adesokan means the crown is one Adesola means the crown makes wealth Adesoro means the crown makes wealth
Adesoye means the crown watches over the title Adesupo means the crown aggregates Adetola means the crown is the worth of wealth Adetolu means the crown which belongs to God
Adetona means the crown gives direction Adetoro means the crown is peaceful Adetoun means the crown is worth strife Adetoyebi means the crown is big enough to birth titles
Adetoyese means the crown has beautified the title Adetunji means the crown has woken again Adetutu means the crown is calm/soothing Adewale means the crown has come home
Adewetan means Adewonuola means the crown has entered into wealth Adewunmi means I am desirous of the crown Adeyanju means the crown succeeds
Adeyato means the crown is different Adeyemi means the crown befits me Adeyemo means the crown befits a child Adeyiga means the crown surrounds the palace
Adeyinka means the crown surrounds me Adeyeye means the crown befits its titles Adeyombo means Adeyoola means
Adeyoye means the crown rejoices over the title Adunade means the sweetness of the crown Adunbi means one who is sweet to give birth to Adunke means one who is sweet to pamper
Adunni means one who is sweet to have Adura means means prayer Aduramigba means my prayer has been answered Afolabi means one born with wealth
Afolami means one who breathes with wealth Afolarin means one who walks with wealth Afolorunso means one kept under God’s protection Agboola means the stage/platform of wealth
Aibinuola means one who is not antagonistic of wealth Aje means a child born on monday Ajibola means one who wakes up to meet wealth Ajibade means one who wakes into royalty
Ajibike means we woke up to take care of this one Ajirola means one who wakes to the sight of wealth Akin means refers to warrior/valor Akinbiyi means a warrior gave birth to this one
Akinbode means a warrior has arrived Akinbola means valor meets with wealth Akindele means the warrior has come home Akinkunmi means valor fills me
Akinlabi means we gave birth to a warrior Akinleye means valor has glory Akinlolu means the Lord is Valor Akinloye means valor is a title
Akinmade means the warrior takes the crown Akinniyi means valor has dignity Akinola means valor of wealth Akinpelu means the warrior was one of them
Akinrinnola means the warrior walks in wealth Akinsanmi means valor profits me Akintayo means valor is the worth of joy Akintola means valor is the worth of wealth
Akintoye means valor is the worth of title Akintunde means the warrior has come again Akinwunmi means warriors appeal to me Akinyele means valor befits a home
Akinyemi means valor befits me Akeju means one who is over pampered Anjolaoluwa means we are enjoying (eating) the wealth of God Alaba means the second child born after a set of twins
Alade means the crowned one Alayo means one who is full of joy/merriment Alarape means the one with family is complete Ara means means family. It also means “to be a part of”
Aralola means family (relations) is wealth Aramide means my family has come Araoye means a part of the title Aremu means is the name given to the first male child
Ariyo means one who is joy to behold Asikooluwaloju means the Timing of God is best Atinuke means a person who has been pampered from conception Ayan means refers to drums/drumming.
Ayanbadejo means drumming complements the crown well Ayandele means the drummer has come home Ayantola means drumming is the worth of wealth Ayantuge means drumming is the worth of the palace
Ayanyinka means drumming surrounds me Ayo means means joy Ayoade means the joy of the crown Ayobade means joy meets with the crown
Ayobami means joy meets with me Ayodeji means joy has doubled Ayodele means joy has come home Ayodiran means joy becomes hereditary
Ayoku means joy remains Ayokunle means joy fills the house Ayokunnumitetete means joy fills my insides completely/ joy saturates me Ayomide /Ayomitide means my joy has come
Ayoola means the joy of wealth Ayorinde means joy walks in Ayotomi means joy is enough for me Ayotola means joy is the worth of wealth
Ayotunde means joy has come again Baba means means father or grandfather Bababunmi means father gave me Babajide means father has awoken
Babalola means father is wealth Babarinsa means “father saw and ran”. Name given to a child whose father dies shortly after his birth Babasola means father makes wealth Babatola means father is the worth of wealth
Babatunde means father has come again Babatunji means father had arisen/reincarnated Babawale means father has come home Babayeju means father confers dignity
Badejoko means one who sits with then crown Beekololari Beelolari Bolajoko means one who sits with wealth
Bolatito means so wealth is this big? Bolutife means it is as God desires Botiwunoluwa means as God desires Dideolu means the rising of God
Durodola means wait for wealth Durojaiye means wait to enjoy (eat) life Durosinmi means wait to bury me Ebudola means insults have become wealth/honor
Ebunoluwa means gift of God Emiola means the spirit of wealth Eni means means person Enilo means the person who went away
Eniola means person of wealth Enitan means a person about whose birth a story is told Eniolurunda means a person created/moulded (especially) by God Eniolorunopa means a person who God will not kill
Enitanwa means a person who we have been waiting for Ekundayo means tears have become joy Ereola means the benefit/advantage of wealth Erioluwa means evidence/testimony of God
Etoade means right of the crown Ewaoluwa means beauty of God Eyiloreoluwa means this is the favor of God Eyitola means this (one) is the worth of wealth
Faramade means move closer to the crown Fadekemi means make use if the crown to pamper me Fadesewafunmi means make beauty from the crown for me Fehintiola means rest/relax on wealth
Feyifoluwa means give this (one) to God Fijinjesu/ Fijinoluwa means consecrated unto Jesus/God Fiyinfoluwa means give prestige to God Folagbade means receive a crown with wealth
Folashade means use wealth as a crown Fowosade means use money as a crown Gbekelolu means rest on God Gbadewole means enter a place with the crown
Gbolagunte means ascend the throne with wealth Gbolahan means show off wealth Gbowoade means receive the crown Ibidokun means family becomes (as wide as) the sea
Ibidun means child birth is sweet Ibijoke means family pampers together Ibikeye means childbirth brings honor Ibikunle means birth (children) fill the house
Ibilola means childbirth is wealth Ibisola means childbirth makes wealth Ibiyemi means childbirth honors me Ibironke means family has found who to pamper
Ibiolagbajosi means the place wealth converges at Ibukunoluwa means blessing of God Idowu means the name given to the child born after a set of twins Idurotioluwa means the steadfastness/ abiding presence of God
Ife means means love Ifeade means love of the crown Ifedolapo means love holds wealth together Ifejobi means love gave birth together
Ifeoluwakusi means the love of God abounds Ifetayo means love is the worth of joy Igbagboluwa means belief/faith of God Ikeolu means the care of God
Ilesanmi means home benefits me Imoleoluwa means light of God Inioluwa means property of God Ipadeola means assembly of wealth
Ipinuoluwa means decision of God Iremide means my fortune/benefit has arrived Iretiola means hope/anticipation of wealth Iretioluwa means God’s hope
itanife means the story of love Iteoluwakiisi means the throne of God is permanent Itunuoluwa means comfort of God Iwalewa means good character is beautiful
Iyanda means a selected being Iya means refers to mother/grandmother Iyabo means mother has come Iyadunni means mother is sweet to have
Iyaniwura means mother is (as precious as) gold Iyatunde means mother has returned Iyanuoluwa means mercy of God Iyinoluwa means
Iyiola means the prestige of wealth Iyunadeoluwa means beads (corals) of the crown of God Jejelaiyegba means life should be treaded gently Jejeolaoluwa means the wealth of God is gentle/restful
Jenrola means let me find wealth Jokotade means sit with the crown Jokotola means sit with wealth Kalejaye means sit and eat (savor) life
Kasimawo means let’s wait and see (if this child will live long) Kikelomo means children are destined for pampering Kofoworade means he does not buy the crown with money Kofoworola meanshe does not buy wealth with money
Kokumo means he/she will not die again Koledowo means build a house in anticipation of wealth Kosoko means theres no hoe Koyinsola means put honey into wealth i.e. experience sweet wealth
Kukoyi means death rejects this (one) Magbagbeoluwa means do not forget God Majekodunmi means do not let it hurt (pain) me Majemuoluwa means convenant of God
Makanjuola means do not be in a hurry to get wealthy Malomo means don’t go away any more Matanmi means don’t deceive me Meraola means I did not buy wealth
Mobiyina means I have given birth to this one (at last!) Mobolaji means I awoke with wealth Modupe means I give thanks Mofaderera means I adorn my body with a crown
Mofeoluwa means I love God Mofeyisade means I use this (one) as a crown Mofeyisola means I use this (one) as wealth Mofogofolorun means I give God glory?
Mofolami means I breathe with wealth Mofolusho/Mofolorunsho means I place in Gods protection/keeping Mofopefolorun means I give thanks to God Mogbadunola means I enjoy wealth
Mogbolade means I bring wealth home? Mojirayo means I awoke to see joy Mojirola means I awoke to see wealth Mojisola means I awoke to wealth
Mojolaoluwa means I enjoy (eat) the wealth of God Mojoyin means I enjoy (eat) honey Mokolade means I have brought wealth Molayo means I have joy
Monilola means I have a share in wealth Mopelola means I am complete in wealth Moradeke means I have found a crown to pamper Moradeun means I have found a crown to pamper
Moradeyo means I have found a crown to rejoice over Morakinyo means I have found a warrior to rejoice over Morayo means I see joy Morenike means I (have) found a person to pamper
Morenikeji means I have found my second (better) half Moriojurereoluwagba means I have found God’s favor/ favor in God’s sight Morohundiya means I find one to lessen my suffering Morohunfola means I bestow something on wealth
Morohunfolu means I have found whom to give to God Morohunkolafun means I have found whom to build wealth for Morohunmubo means I have found someone to bring back Morolake means I have found wealth to pamper
Morolayo means I have found wealth to rejoice over Mosopefunolorun means I thank God Mosunmola means I move close to wealth Motilewa means I come from home
Motunrayo means I have once again seen joy Moyoade means I rejoice over the crown Moyosoreoluwa means I revel/rejoice in God’s favor Oba means means king/ruler
Obafemi means the king loves me Obasola means the king makes wealth Obi means means family Obileye means family has honor
Odun means means year Odunayo means year of joy Oduntan means a famed year in stories Ojuolape means the face of wealth is complete/complete wealth
Okanlanwon means only male child amongst several female children Okiki means means fame Okikiade means fame of crown Okikiimole means fame of light
Okikiola means fame of wealth Ola means means wealth. Olabamidele means wealth accompanies me home Olabamiji/Olabanji means wealth wakes with me
Olabanwo means wealth looks after (this) for me Olabimtan means wealth beget me complete Olabisi means wealth has given birth to more Olabode means wealth has arrived
Olabosipo means wealth returns to its position Olabukunola means wealth adds fully to wealth Oladahunsi means wealth responds to (me) Oladapo means wealth associates/affiliates
Oladayo means wealth becomes joy Oladega means wealth arrives the palace Oladeinde/Olasehinde means wealth has returned Oladeji/Oladimeji means wealth has becomes two/double
Oladejo means wealth becomes eight Oladele means wealth has come home Oladepo means wealth arrives its rightful position Oladiji means wealth becomes a refuge
Oladipo/ Oladipupo means wealth has become plenty Oladiran means wealth becomes a heritage Oladitan means wealth becomes a story Oladokun means wealth becomes (as wide as) the sea
Oladotun means wealth has become renewed Oladunjoye means wealth is sweeter than titles Oladunni means wealth is sweet to have Oladurotoye means wealth stays with titles
Olafimihan means wealth shows me off Olagoke means wealth ascends a hill Olagunjoye means wealth is superior to titles Olagunte means wealth ascends the throne
Olaide means wealth turns to come Olaitan means wealth is inexhaustible Olaiya means wealth of a mother Olajide means wealth awakes to come
Olajire means wealth awakes to goodness Olajobi/Olajumobi means wealth unites to give birth to Olajumoke means wealth unites to pamper Olakanmi means wealth has touched me/I am entitled to wealth
Olakitan means wealth does not finish Olalekan means wealth has increased by one Olalere means wealth has benefits Olamakinde means wealth has brought the warrior
Olamide means my wealth has come Olamiji means my wealth has awoken Olanifesi means wealth has love for me Olanipekun means wealth is endless
Olaniyan means wealth has its pride Olaniyi means wealth is honorable Olanlesi means wealth is increasing Olanrele means wealth is going home
Olanrewaju means wealth is moving forward Olansile means wealth opens a house Olaoluwa means wealth of /from God Olaosebikan means wealth does dwell exclusively in one place
Olaoti means wealth does not fade Olaoye means wealth of the titled one Olapademi means wealth meets with me Olapeju means wealth is full of value
Olapitan means wealth tells a story Olasimbo means wealth escorts me Olasubomi means wealth has overwhelmed me. Olasunmbo means wealth moves closer to me
Olasunkanmi means wealth moves nearer to touch me Olasupo means wealth clusters together Olatelemi means wealth follows me Olatemina means I also deserve wealth
Olateju means wealth is abundant Olatidoye means wealth has become a title Olatokunbo means wealth from across the sea Olatoun means wealth is worth strife
Olatunbosun means wealth has once more shifted (forward) Olatunji means wealth has been revived Olawale means wealth come home Olawuwo means wealth is heavy
Olayemi means wealth befits me Olayikanmi means wealth turned to touch me Olayiwola means wealth twists into wealth Olayinka means wealth surrounds me
Olayonu means wealth has burdens Ololade means wealthy person has arrived Olu/oluwa means means God. They are used interchangeably. Oluade means God of the crown
Olubajo means God returns from a journey Olubamise means God has done it for me Olubanke means God helps me take care of (this child) Oluwabukola means God adds to wealth
Olubukumi means God adds to me Olubukunade means God adds to the crown Oluwabunmi means God adds to me Oluwabusayo means God adds to joy
Oluwabusola means God adds to wealth Oludahunsi means God answers (me) Oluwadairo means God establishes this one Oluwadamilare means God exonerates/acquits me
Oluwadamilola means God makes me wealthy Oluwadamisi means God spares me/my life Oluwadarasimi means God has been good to me Oluwadayisi means God created this one
Oludemilade means God has crowned me Oluwadetan means God has finally arrived Oludolamu means God is the custodian of wealth Oludotun means God becomes new
Olufadeke means God uses the crown to care for this one Olufela means God expands wealth Oluwafemi means God loves me Olufeyikemi means God uses this (one) to care for me
Olufeyisayo means God uses this (one) to add to (my) joy Oluwafikayo/ Olufikunayo means God adds completeness to (my) joy Oluwafiresayo means God adds favor to (my) joy Olufisayo means God adds to (my) joy
Olufolake means God takes care of this (one) with wealth Olufolasade means God has uses wealth as a crown Oluwafoyinsolami means God adds honey to my wealth Olufumiso means God gave me (this child) to watch over
Olufunke means God gave me to pamper Olufunmbi means God gave me to birth Olufunmilade means God has given me a crown Olufunmilola means God gives me wealth
Oluwafunmilorinotun means God has given me a new song Olufunto means God gave me to raise/bring up Olugbayilo means God takes this (one) to use Olugbemileke means God makes me overcome
Oluwagbeminiyi means Gods honors me Oluwajomiloju means God has surprised me Olukayode means God has brought joy Oluwakemi means God pampers me
Olukolade means God brings wealth Olukorede means God has brought good (to me) Olukunmi means God completes me Olulaanu means God has mercy
Oluwaleti means God has ears (to hear my request) Oluwalomose means God knows how best to do it Oluwalonike means God owns (this one) to take care of Oluwalonimi means God owns me
Olumayokun means God makes joy complete Olumayowa means God brings joy Olumide means my God has come Olumoyebo means God has brought titles
Oluwanifemi means God has love for me Oluwapamilerinayo means God has caused me to laugh in joyfulness Oluranti means God remembers Oluwaremilekun meansGod has dried my tears
Oluropo means God replaces Oluwarotimi means God is with me Olusaanu means God wrought mercy Olusanmi means God benefits me
Olusanya means God compensates for my suffering Olusayo means God makes joy Olusegun means God is victorious Oluwasemilore means God has done me a favor
Oluwaseteminirere means God has done things for my good Oluwaseun means thanks be to God Oluwaseunbabaralaiyemi means God has done extremely great things for me Oluwaseunayo means God has done something joyous
Oluseye means God makes dignity Oluwaseyi means God has done this Olusoga means God is the master Olusoji means God has arisen
Olusola means God makes wealth Oluwatemilorun means God contents me Oluwatimilehin means God backs me up Oluwatisetan means God has done completed “it”
Oluwatobi means God is big/mighty Oluwatofunmi means God is enough for me Olutomilola means God is enough wealth for me Olutomiwa means God has come for me
Oluwatosin means God is worthy of worship Olutoyelo means God worth more than titles Oluwatoyosi means God is worth celebrating Olutumibi means God rebirths me
Olutunde means God has returned Oluwawapelumi means God is with me Oluwemimo means God washes me pure Oluwole means God enters the home
Oluwayemisi means God holds me in high regards/God honors me Oluyomi means God delivered me Omo means means child Omobolade means child comes (home) with wealth
Omobolaji means child awoke with wealth Omobolanle means child met wealth at home Omobonike means child has met with someone to pamper him/her Omoborode means child has come with riches
Omodarani means child is good to have Omodele means child has come home Omodunbi means child is sweet to birth Omodunni means a child is a sweet thing to have
Omofolabo means child comes with wealth Omojola means child is greater than wealth Omokeinde/ Omokeyinwa means child comes in last/brings up the rear Omokeyede means child brings honor
Omokorede means child brings goodness Omolabake means child whom we shall pamper Omolabi means it’s a child we have given birth to Omolara/ Omolebi means children are family
Omolayo means children are (a source) joy Omolere means children are good Omolewa means children are beauty Omoleye means children are worthy
Omolola means children are wealth Omololu means child is the master Omoloro means children are riches Omoloso means children are adornments/jewels
Omoluwabi means responsible child Omoniyi means children are honorable Omoniyun means children are (as precious as) coral beads Omopariola means children are the completion are wealth
Omosalewa means child selected what home to be born into Omosunsola means child moves nearer to wealth Omotade means child is the worth of the crown Omotara means child is the worth of family
Omotayo means child is the worth of (equivalent of) joy Omotola/Omotolani means a child is as worthy as wealth Omotoso means children are the worth of adornments Omotunde means child has come again
Omowafola means child is destined for wealth Omowon means children are expensive/dear/precious Omowunmi means child is appealing to me Omoyeni means child befits a person
Oni means means person Onifede means here comes the person of love Onipede means here comes the consoler Oniyide means here comes the dignified one
Ope means means thanks Opemipo means I have many thanks to render Opeoluwa means God’s gratitude Opetunde means gratitude has come again
Opeyemi means thanks befits me/I should be grateful Ore means means favor/goodness/kindness Oreofe means free favor (undeserved favor). I.e. grace Oreolu means favor of God
Òré means means friend Òrédola means friendship becomes wealth Òrélolu means God is a friend Òréoluwa means friend of God
Òréotitololuwa means God is a true friend Ori means means head Oriade means head of crown Oridola means head has become wealth
Orimolade means the head knows who should be crown Oriola means head of wealth Oriyomi means my head has saved me Oromidayo means my case has become that of joy
Otito means means truth Otitoju means the truth is greatest Otitoluwa means the truth of God Owo means this refers to money
Owodunni means money is sweet to own Owolabi means money is what we have given birth to Owoseni means money can be had Oye means means titles
Oyebamiji/Oyebanji means the title awakes with me Oyebode means title has come Oyebola means title meets with wealth Oyebolujo means the titles fit God
Oyedele means title comes home Oyediran means title becomes hereditary Oyegoke means title ascends a hill Oyekanmi means it is my turn to receive the title
Oyekunle means title fills the house Oyelakin means title is valor Oyeleke meanstitle overcomes Oyelowo means title has respect
Oyemade means title with crown Oyenike means title has need of pampering Oyeniran means title has pedigree Oyeniyi means title has dignity
Oyenola means title has wealth Oyenuga means the title owns the palace Oyerinde means title has walked in Oyesanya means the title compensates for my suffering
Oyesina means the title has opened the wat Oyetunde the title has come again Oyeyemi means titles befit me Oyeyipo means titles roll together/surround each other
Oyin means means honey. It refers also to sweetness Oyindamola means honey is mixed into wealth Oyindasola means honey pours into wealth Oyinkansola means honey drips into wealth
Popoola means highway of wealth Segilade means ornaments are crowns Segilola means ornaments are wealth Similolaoluwa means restfulness of the wealth of God
Sijuade means look in/open (your) eyes wide in the direction of the crown Sijuwola means look in the direction of wealth Siyanbola means Suulola means
Tanimola means who knows the future Taraoluwa means from Gods own body Taiwo/Taiye means taste life/the world. The name given to the younger of a set of twins Tejumade means fix your gaze on the crown
Temidayo means my life has taken a turn for good Temilade means mine is the crown Temilayo means mine is joy Temilolu means God is mine
Temitayo means my case is worth joyfulness Temitope means mine (my circumstances) are worth thankfulness Tewogbola means stretch out your hands to receive wealth Tirenioluwa means it is yours, Lord!
Tinuade means from within the crown Titilola means endless wealth Titilayo means endless joy Tiwalade means ours is the crown
Tiwalolu means ours is God Tiwatope means our situation is worthy of thanks

 

Nigerian Names: Igbo

Igbo Names and their Meanings         

ADANNA  means “father’s first daughter”
ADANNAYA means “her father’s first  daughter” AKACHI means “the hand of God”
AKUCHI means “God’s wealth” AMADI  means “free man”
AMAKA /CHIAMAKA – “God is good” AMARA means “grace”
AMARACHI means “God’s grace” AÑULI/ANULIKA – “joy/joy is greater”
AZUBUIKE – “the past is your strength” CHI – “god, spirtual being”
CHIAMAKA  means  “God is beautiful” CHIBUEZE means “God is the king”
CHIBUIKE  means  “God is strength” CHIBUZO means  “God leads the way”
CHICHI means “God”. CHIDI means “God exists”
CHIDIEBERE means “God is merciful” CHIDIEBUBE means “God is glorious”
CHIDIEGWU means “God is wonderful” CHIDIKE  means  “God is strong”
CHIDIMMA means  “God is good” CHIDUBEM means “guided by God”
CHIEMEKA  means “God has performed great deeds” CHIJINDUM means “God holds my life”
CHIKA – “God is the greatest” CHIKE – “God’s power”
CHIKELU / CHIKERE. means “God created” CHIMA – “God knows”
CHINASA means “God answers” CHINEDU means “God leads”
CHINONSO means “God is nearby” CHINWE means “God owns”
CHINWEIKE means “God owns power” CHINWENDU means “God owns life”
CHINWEUBA means “God owns wealth” CHINYELU /CHINYERE – “God gave”
CHIOMA means “good God” CHIZOBA means “God protect us”
CHUKS – “God”-Slangs CHUKWUDI  means “there is God”.
CHUKWUEMEKA means “God has done something great” CHUKWUMA means “God knows”.
EBELE means “mercy, kindness” EKENE –  “praise”
EKENEDILICHUKWU means     “all praise to God” EKWUEME means                         “he says, he does”
EMEKA means                               “great deeds” ENYINNAYA means                     “his father’s friend”
FUMNANYA  means                     “love me” IFUNANYA means                              “love”
IKENNA means                              “father’s power” NDIDI means                                  “patience”
NGOZI means                                 “blessing” NKECHI means                              “Gods own”
NKECHINYERE means                “what God has given” NKEMDILIM means                      “let mine be mine”
NKIRU means                                  “the best is still to come” NKIRUKA means                           “the one ahead is better”
NNAMDI  means                            “my father is alive” NNEKA  means                              “my mother is greater”
NNENNA means                            “father’s mother” NNENNE  means                             “mother’s mother”
NWANNEKA  means                     “my siblings are supreme” OBI  means                                      “heart”
OGECHI                                “Gods time” OGECHUKWUKAMA means      “God’s time is beautiful”
OLUCHI means                              “God’s work” ONYEKA means                            “who is greater”.
ONYEKACHI means                     “who is greater than God?” UDO means  “peace”
UZOCHI means “God’s way” UZOMA means “good way”

ADAEZE means “king’s daughter”

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