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Choosing African names that have "meaning" for yourself and your loved ones. (Igbo Names)
Do you want to have an African name that has meaning? OR Do you want to give Your Child an "African name" that has meaning?
This book, Igbo Names, by Enuma Edwin Ezeude, from Nigeria (West Africa) is for You!
For example, "Nneka" - meaning "mother is great" (page 11) are names for females. "Akunna" - meaning "of father's wealth" (page 55) are names for males.
Surprise! Biblical names are identified with same relationship with African names. For example, Jehovah Jireh means "Chiokike" in Igbo; and in English it means, "The lord will provide" (page 68-71).
The saying goes - "You are what you eat!", so also goes the saying "You are what your name is!"
Why have a name that has NO MEANING associated with it? If you want to have an African name that has meaning OR you want to give your child an "African name" that has meaning, this book is an excellent reference and resource material for you, especially if you desire to have a name that relates to "Igbo Culture" in Nigeria.
Great resource material for: Institutions interested in African studies, professors, Africans, Americans, Christians, Cultural Institutions, and others interested in African values.
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