March 1 2011 African Culture Newsletter
Yoruba Baby Names - Male
A new baby is given a name during a traditional naming ceremony on their eighth day of life. 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.
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