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Yoruba Baby Names - Female

Guest Author - Jeanne Egbosiuba Ukwendu

Although not a complete list, here is a list of Yoruba baby names for girls. Children are often named after the circumstances in which they were born, as a honor to God, or as a reflection of the wealth they bring to their family. Having many children is often a sign of wealth in many of the African cultures as well as blessings from God.

NAMEMEANING
AbiodunBorn On A Festival
AbosedeBorn On A Sunday
AdebukolaA Crown Has Been Added To Wealth
AdemideMy Joy Is Here
AdesewaCrown Of Beauty
AdetokeCrown Is Worthy To Be Taken Care Of
AdetowumiThis Is The Crown That I Wish For
AdodoolaBeautiful Flower
AinaA Female Child Born With The Umbilical Cord Coiled Around Her Neck
AkanniThe First One
AlabaSecond Child After Twins
AsolaideSurrounded By Good Virtues
AyokunumiI Am Overwhelmed With Wealth
AyotoluwafunmiThe Joy That The Lord Has Given Me

BandeleFollow Me Home
BereFirst Daughter
BidemiBorn Awaiting Me
BimpeGorgeous
BodundeCame With Christmas

DadaChild With Curly Hair

EbunoluwaGift Of God
EnitanA Person With A History
EnoDaughter Of Yam Collector

FisayoGod Has Added To My Joy
FolasadeHonor Confers A Crown

GbohunmiGod Heard My Cry
GbolahunShow The Wealth

IbidolapoThe Birth Brought Wealth Together
IdowuBorn After Twins
IgeBorn Feet First
IkeoluwaIn Care Of God
IretilouwaWaiting On God

JibolaA Child Who Woke Up With Wealth
JumokeEverybody Loves The Child

KayefiAmazing
KayinCelebrated Child
KehindeCame Second

LatorunwaFrom Heaven

MogbekeleoluwaMy Trust Is In God
MopesolaComplete In Wealth
MorohunjokeI Have Found Someone We Can All Care For
MoyosoreoluwaI'm Rejoicing At God's Gift

NikeashaBeautiful
NkoyoWoman Can Do Everything

OdunayoYear Of Happiness
OlabimpeWealth Has Made Me Complete
OlamideWealth Has Arrived
OlatundunThe Wealth Of Tomorrow Is Sweet
OludabiraGod Performs Wonders
OludolapoGod Has Increased My Wealth
OlumayowaThe Lord Has Brought Joy
OluwadamisiGod Spared Me
OluwadarasimiGod Is Good To Me
OluwafeyisholaLet This One Be Successful
OluwafunmilaitoThe Lord Has Given Me This One To Take Care Of
OluwagbemisolaGod Has Put Me Into Wealth
OluwapamilerinGod Has Given Me Laughter
OluwaremilekunGod Has Dried My Tears
OmodeleA Child Has Come Home
OmolaraA Child Is Part Of Her Parents
OmolewaChildren Are My Beauty
OmololaChildren Are Our Wealth
OmololuA Child Is Precious
OmotundeAnother Child Has Arrived
OyinloyePrincess In Honey

RemilekunStop My Grief
RinsioluwaSoaked In The Lord

SadeGift From God
SeyeHonor
SholapeGod Has Given Me All My Wealth
SimiloluwaRest In The Lord

TawakalituStanding With God
TeminobiI Have Given Birth To A Child Of My Desire
TokunboBorn In My Absence
TitilayoEternal Happiness
TitilopeGrateful Forever
TomoriWe Have Seen A Baby Again

WasolaCome To Riches
WuraolaGold and Wealth

YejideImage Of The Mother
YekemiMother Cares For Me
YemiMy Maker
YeniFit To Be A Princess
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