I many cultures, names like these are given to children to make evil spirits think that the child is unwanted (then, of course, they don't mind stealing it). Here are some of these names: GIRLS Ajuji - child of the refuse-heap Apara - she comes and goes (i.e. she will die) Kaluwa - forgotten one Klesa - pain Meriwa - thorn Pollyam - plague goddess BOYS Hahnee - begger Kokudza - he will not live for long Nergui - no name Sjausjaa - mud Muunochoig - bad dog
Here are some other names with negative meanings: Alile - she cries Alkas - she's afraid Chiriga - her parents are poor Dolores - sorrows Hiti - hyena Job/Joby - hated, haunted Kesi - born while her father had problems Liliha - repulse Makadisa - she was always selfish Marcia - war - like Vatusia - they [ie the dead] leave us behind Yanaba - she meets enemies Alein - alone Almon - forsaken Blaise - stuttering, lame, deformed Cahil - naïve Chesmu - full of sand, full of gravel Ilom - I have many enemies Iniko - unhappy time Kara - broken finger Kesin - long-haired beggar Marar - dirt Musenda - nightmare Nicabar - to steal Nusair - vulture
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