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Anyone want to guess on the pronunciation? The meaning of this name is nice.
-- Anonymous User  9/12/2006
If I could pronounce it, I might have given it a good review. As it is - WHAT?
-- DontDissMadison  5/1/2007
Well, I think anyone can agree that this is certainly a unique name. I probably wouldn't name my kid this, but if you offered me a million dollars, I would and I would call him Ned.
-- Brianna Angela  5/27/2007
Good luck teaching your child how to spell their own name. I'm gonna have a go at pronouncing it and saying 'ee-KEN-ed-illy-choo-kwoo'. Of course that is purely based on a guess. But it sounds like a lovely name even so.
-- Anonymous User  6/1/2007
HeeHeeHee, FUNNY!
-- spaz123  10/1/2007
This is a lovely name! If there were a shorted version of this name, I'd take it!

Other Igbo names are also nice, and most of the longer names have short forms. I suppose you could chop it off at Ekene or Ekenedil if you wanted to.
-- avalah  12/9/2007
I like the meaning, but I certanly feel sorry for the poor little kid when he's learning to spell "Ekenedilichukwo". As for how it's pronounced, I'm going to guess "eh-ken-dill-ee-chew-koo-oh", which actually sounds nice when said out loud. If that is how it's pronounced.
I'd almost rather be named "Aleluia". It's the same meaning really--just that Aleluia's Hebrew, and a whole lot easier to spell. :)
-- Lady Seashell  3/29/2008
Well. This is one of the most interesting names I've seen on this website as of yet. Although, you're right, it does sound nice when you say it out loud. It's when you have to spell it - that's where the problem is.
-- flamestar  11/24/2008
What would you shorten it to?
-- Hushpuppy  2/12/2009
I don't really know what to think of this name. I can't pronounce it. This is the longest name I've seen ever. I guess as a nickname you could use Ken or Ekene.
-- -Julia-  7/25/2009
It looks perfectly pronounceable to me. I mean, since African languages were transcribed by Europeans using European phonetics, just break it down... It's only intimidating-looking since it's so long and unfamiliar. Eh-KEH-neh-DEE-lee-CHOOK-woo, is my guess. As for spelling, this would actually be a great name for kids to learn off of - since it's (probably) phonetic, you can just point to any part of the name (ex. 'chu'), pronounce, and hey presto! They correctly learn that 'ch' makes the 'ch' sound, and 'u' makes the 'oo' sound.

Honestly, un-anglicized Irish names are WAY harder. Even the earlier 'Aleluia' example is less spelling-friendly, since your kid is gonna have to learn that in every case except his name, the 'y' sound is not supposed to be spelled using an 'i'.

That being said, no, don't use it, please. Just, no. Ekene, maybe.
-- Diest  1/4/2011
I think the right interpretation of the name Ekenedilichukwu is Thanks be to God not all praise be to God. Ekenedilichukwu is my first name, I am a female and I know the circumstances surrounding my birth warranted my name.
-- Anonymous User  1/17/2012
For the short form of the name people call me Eky also spelt Ekie, Kenny depending on who and mood.
-- Ginika  1/17/2012

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