Namesmith: Nenadi-N’miji

I love Spanish names, French names, Italian, Greek, and of course Wuzyburian- the names I put together as a Namesmith. 😉 So, when you find it hard to pick a name for your child, you can always tell me the child’s story and I’ll coin a Wuzyburian name for you.
A name means virtually whatever you label it to mean. Some names however have only one meaning, some sound like another name, and some names basically inspire you.

The ninth Wuzyburian name I’m presenting here is suitable for a future male leader. It is a mixture of two Nigerian languages (Oegworok- S/Kaduna and Hausa) and a little alteration in its written form using an Igbo format of vowel removal (I find It hard to explain myself at this point..lol). The name is NENADI-N’MIJI.
– Nenadi N’miji: Coined from “Nenadi” (in Oegworok which connotes “People will see”) and “N’miji” (an altered way of saying “the boy” in Hausa). I’d say this basically means “The people will see [the greatnes of] the boy.” You can help me define it better! I’ll suggest the name goes along with “Oluchi” (Igbo for “the work of God”).
Short form: Nena; Nadi; Nadina; Dina; Miji.
Nick form: Nene; Nana; Didi.
Happy mood: D-D; G-G; Nene.
Angry mood: NAMIJI!!

– Native Name Suggestion (In Nigerian Igbo): NANICHI
Short form: Nani
Nick form: Nana
Happy mood: Nahnah;
Angry mood: NANICHI
The name means “Only God.” Another variation is “SOSOCHI”

– Name Suggestions:
* Female name: NADIRA, of Arabic origin, meaning “precious, scarce.”
* Male name: NEVIN, of Latin origin meaning “holy, sacred; little bone; servant of the saint’s disciple.”

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