are used by the Dinka people of South Sudan.
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Abuk f African Mythology, Dinka
In Dinka mythology (south Sudan), the first woman. She is the patron goddess of women and gardens. Her emblem is a little snake. She is the mother of Deng
Achan f Dinka
Means "female child in the first pair of twins" in Dinka.
Ayen f Dinka
Related with a specific kind of cow in Dinka language.
Chan m Dinka
Means "male child in the first pair of twins" in Dinka.
Mabior m Dinka, African Mythology
Means "white bull" in Dinka. The white bull is the most prized and is sought after for sacrifices in celebration.
Machar m Dinka
Means "black bull" in Dinka. Black bulls are the second most important for sacrifices.
Madhil m Dinka
Means "born on the way" in Dinka. This name is given to a male that’s born on the way, for example while the mother is traveling and gives birth on the way to her destination.
Magot m Dinka
Means "a very long-horned bull" in Dinka.
Majok m Dinka
Means "black-and-white bull" in Dinka.
Maker m Dinka
Means "white-and-black bull" in Dinka.
Malith m Dinka
Refers to a specific kind of ox in Dinka.
Marial m Dinka
This is a historical name of "Dinka" people in South Sudan in Africa. The meaning refers to a mixture of beautiful colors of black and white type of a bull. Is a name given to a male child after his mother's bride price was inform of such colored bull... [more
Mayen m Dinka
Means a specific kind of ox in Dinka language.
Mayom m Dinka
A specific kind of ox in Dinka language.
Ngor m Dinka
Means "male child in a pair of twins" in Dinka.
Nyaring f Dinka
Literally "running" in Dinka. It could be given to a baby whose mother was running (or getting out) while the labour started.
Yar f Dinka
Refers to a specific kind of cow in Dinka.