are used in Ethiopia.
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ADANECH f Amharic
Means "she saved" or "she rescued" or "she has rescued them" in Amharic.
BELAYNEH በላይነህ, በላይ ነህ m Eastern African, Amharic
It is an Amharic expression, which means "the new child is above all others". From the Amharic elements በላይ (belay)
meaning "above" and ነህ (Neh)
means "you".... [more
BENMET በምነት m Amharic
Means "in confidence, with trust" in Amharic.
CHERU ቸሩ m Amharic
Means "the benign one, the charitable one" in Amharic.
DAGM m Amharic
It's from Amharic language and Geez which is ancient ethiopian language which is dated 3000 years with Hebrew origins, it means Twice or repeated . Usually given when you look like your parents
DANIACHEW m Amharic
Means "arbitrate between them" or "you be the judge" in Amharic.
EJIGAYEHU f Amharic, Ethiopian
Means "I have seen a lot good/better" in Amharic. This was the name of a famous singer Ejigayehu Shibabaw, better known as Gigi.
EMEBET እመቤት f Ethiopian, Amharic
Derived from Amharic ’əmäbēt
"royal lady", this (former) honorific is nowadays used as a given name.... [more
ENKU f Amharic
This feminine name means "pearl" in Amharic.
HAILE ኃይሌ m Ge'ez, Amharic, Ethiopian
Means "power, force, strength" in Ge'ez and Amharic. This was the Ge'ez (baptismal) name of Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie (1892-1975), who was born as TAFARI
MENELIK ምኒልክ m Ge'ez, Amharic
Means "son of the wise man" in Ge'ez and Amharic. According to the legend Menelik was the first emperor of Ethiopia. In the 10th century BC, he is said to have inaugurated the Solomonic dynasty of Ethiopia, so named because Menelik I is supposed to be the son of the biblical King Solomon of ancient Israel and Makeda, the Ethiopian Queen of Sheba.
TAVAVICH f Amharic
Name of the wife of the eighteenth-century Ethiopian emporer.
TOTIT f Amharic
Means "monkey" in Amharic. It is used as a nickname in Ethiopia.
WAGAYE f Amharic
Means "my sense of value" or "my price" in Amharic.