are used in Nigeria.
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ADESUWA f Edo
Means "in the midst of prosperity" in Edo.
AKPO m & f Edo
Means "short person" in Edo.
AMENAGHAWON f & m Western African, Edo
Literally translated to "the water you shall drink" in Edo, from the proverb Amen na gha won ighi le se omwan rhae
, meaning "the water you shall drink will surely come to be", implying that what is destined to be, will be.
DEZY m Edo (Modern)
''You cant block God's path or you can not block ones destiny; diminutive of Aigbodezzy''
EDOGHOGHO m & f African, Isoko, Edo
This name which means "Day of Joy," originates from the Isoko and Edo ethnolinguistic groups of Southern Nigeria which is located on the West Coast of Africa. Broken down, it means: "Ede - Day" and "Oghogho - joy" (Which is also very common as a name in both these cultures) When combined however, it morphs into the spelling: "Edoghogho" meaning "Day of Joy" or "The Day of Joy." Phonetically, it can be pronounced "Ed-o-ghor-ghor" with the "r" silent.
ELOGHOSA m & f Edo
Originated 4rm benin city,edo language..it means (its not hard for God)