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Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Ninapha(f): 9:53am On Jan 24, 2013
Are names really fashions too? Names reign and then they go, there was a time Ngozi, Ijeoma, Ade, salimo, Nseobong, Uchenna, Ejiro, seun etc were on d lips of every one, they are rare now!

New names come up now and then, for the igbos names like Kamsiyochukwu,- kamsy, chiziterem-chizzy and d likes are in vogue, which names are common in ur language? And what is d meaning?
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Gambrosia: 12:16pm On Jan 24, 2013
Aima
Oje
Oise
Omo
Efe
Nosen
Oba

Meaning? I DUNNO! I dun speak the gaddem language!
No h-apologies! cool
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Nobody: 4:42pm On Jan 24, 2013
alingo aliona
idowuogbo
omiobo

.. thats all lipsrsealed

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by DollyParton1(f): 4:43pm On Jan 24, 2013
scipher: alingo aliona
idowuogbo
omiobo

.. thats all lipsrsealed


grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by elopee3000(m): 4:44pm On Jan 24, 2013
chidera odego short cut oderaa
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Nobody: 4:46pm On Jan 24, 2013
Chioma
Chika
Chinenye
Chinyere

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by cutekonkolo(f): 4:48pm On Jan 24, 2013
Oluwadarsimi, oluwashinaayomi, oluwapamilerin, olashubomi,

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Rastamann: 4:48pm On Jan 24, 2013
wuwenrang - what went wrong!

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by honeric01(m): 4:49pm On Jan 24, 2013
Efe
uwa
nosa
eseosa
etinosa
iyobosa
uyi
osaro
ame

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by baby124: 4:49pm On Jan 24, 2013
I prefer the more uncommon names like Korede and tunji etc... Not gonna mention all the names i have down, before people resurrect them. grin
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Nobody: 4:51pm On Jan 24, 2013
ItsModella: Chioma
Chika
Chinenye
Chinyere
its not true nah, dose were 80's. Wch baby now has chinenye n chinyere?

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Nobody: 4:51pm On Jan 24, 2013
Chimamanda ....short form, Amanda! smiley

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Valiantvaliant(m): 4:51pm On Jan 24, 2013
Woman: doctor i need birth cöntrol pills.
Doc: how many kids do you have.
Woman: 10 boys
Doc: what are their names?
Woman: David, David, David, David, David, David, David, David, David, David.
Doc: wow, how do you cope when you want to call one of them?
Woman: i simply use their surname

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Archmed(m): 4:52pm On Jan 24, 2013
drogba, fabregas, Goodluck,Jonathan Messi...
Sincerely!!
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Afam4eva(m): 4:53pm On Jan 24, 2013
Vikin: Chimamanda ....short form, Amanda! smiley
Make Ngozi Adichie catch you...she said nobody should call her Amanda cos it's not the short form of her name.
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by BedLam: 4:53pm On Jan 24, 2013
well in my village it is like this: 軍醫洧
奇妙の
ぬ岢噯啯
潵咑
貮瀙
ぬ榊奇
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by sweetmimi(f): 4:53pm On Jan 24, 2013
Chidumebi - dumebi
Chukwudum - dudum
Chimebuka - buka
Chigozirim - gozirm
Chukwusinangebi - ngebi
Chimamanda - amanda

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Nobody: 4:54pm On Jan 24, 2013
Afam4eva:
Make Ngozi Adichie catch you...she said nobody should call her Amanda cos it's not the short form of her name.

That name is booked by me, even you, resist from it! cool

I don't even know d woman btw!
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by AsariDokubo: 4:54pm On Jan 24, 2013
Chioma
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Onlinebiz2012: 4:57pm On Jan 24, 2013
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by slimyem: 5:00pm On Jan 24, 2013
Vikin: Chimamanda ....short form, Amanda! smiley
Lol..
Una dey use style bear oyibo nameundecided

A friend named her child Mojojoluwa and calls him Jojoundecided
....so she can defend it as a traditional name8)

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Nobody: 5:04pm On Jan 24, 2013
slimyem: Lol..
Una dey use style bear oyibo nameundecided

A friend named her child Mojojoluwa and calls him Jojoundecided
....so peeps won't say its not a traditional name8)

It's just a short form that would be easier to pronounce for non Igbo speaker. I wouldn't like anyone killing my traditional name by the way they pronounce it! smiley
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Bibol(f): 5:15pm On Jan 24, 2013
Oluwapamilerin
Dammy (short form of Damilola)
Oyinkansola

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by ebamma(m): 5:15pm On Jan 24, 2013
Ebamma
Mymama
Mypapa
Garri Mma
Ekamma
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Afam4eva(m): 5:16pm On Jan 24, 2013
Vikin:

It's just a short form that would be easier to pronounce for non Igbo speaker. I wouldn't like anyone killing my traditional name by the way they pronounce it! smiley
It's of no use if your supposed Igbo name doesn't sound Igbo. We bear Igbo names to promote our language too.

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by Nobody: 5:16pm On Jan 24, 2013
Nnemesit literally meaning 'sweet heart'.
Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by streetdisciple: 5:17pm On Jan 24, 2013
atutupuyoyo wink

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Re: Trending Babies Names In Your Local Language. by timbros(m): 5:17pm On Jan 24, 2013
slimyem: Lol..
Una dey use style bear oyibo nameundecided

A friend named her child Mojojoluwa and calls him Jojoundecided
....so she can defend it as a traditional name8)

hmmm let people not start calling her Mojo instead of the intended Jojo as short form....grin

Why can mods do their work at that phool some posts above?

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