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20 Ebira Native Names and Meaning for Male Child (Boy)


20 Ebira Native Names and Meaning for Male Child (Boy)

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Ebira Native Names and Meaning for a Male Child – Not long ago i released the article, Ebira Native Names and Meaning for a girl child, i have been receiving messages to release Ebira native names for boys, and in this article i am giving you 20 Ebira Native Names for male child.

Choosing a name for your son is one of the best things that happens to people that are becoming parents, their are some kinds of charm in naming boys that no one can ever over look.

Ebira Native Names and meaning for a male child
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I am always proud of my Native Ebira Name Adeiza (Father of all givers) . Though God is the Father of All Givers, but that name always push me to give people that are in need.

Now you will believe what they say about the meaning of the names you give to your children will often follow them. That is why we need to be careful of how we choose names for our children

Are you looking for a beautiful and meaningful Ebira native names for a male child? if yes then this article is for you I have also written article about Ozi Ireha (Ebira Predestined names).

Read also:  Ebira People’s Cultural Concept of Naming Ceremony

Ebira Native Names and Meaning for a Male Child

Ebira Names and Meaning Meaning in English
Adeiza Father of giver
Onimisi The one I love
Omeiza The giver
Itopa History
Adeku Father of masquerade
Adohu Head of market (Child born in the Market)
Onuwoji The adviser
Asipita Child of history
Adavize Father of wealth
Anataku Man of all people
Ajoze The one standing on the road (Child born on the roadside)
Adomuha The capable man
Adabara Head of the house
Aduvo Father of hands
Adinoyi The protector
Adaviruku The heir
Ajinomo Remembering the Ajinomo war
Ahovi Answer to prayer
Azamare Test
Omuya The Hero

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