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Beautiful Ghanaian Names and What They Mean

Picture of Rajaa Banda
Updated: 8 October 2017
In Ghana, the most common names throughout the different tribes centre either on the day a child was born or using tribal names that are more unique in flavour. Here are some of the many beautiful Ghanian names for males and females, names that can be used no matter the gender, and their English translations.

It is pronounced Ji-yasi

Elephant fight
Elephant fight | cocoparisienne / Pixabay
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It is pronounced Ad-Jay

It is pronounced Mow-shi

Donkey on Savannah
Donkey on Savannah | © katja/Pixabay</a>
Woman with headwrap
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Mother and child
Mother and child | odwarfic / Pixabay
Tribal dance
Tribal dance | iBalindura / Pixabay
Perspective
Perspective | JDexter / Pixabay