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    1. I've got a Yoruba name and I love it so much. When i lived in Nigeria my name was shortened but now that I live abroad, I actually use the full name and people pronounce it very well and the meaning makes my head swell πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. God bless my mum πŸ’•

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    2. I've got a Yoruba name and I love it so much. When i lived in Nigeria my name was shortened but now that I live abroad, I actually use the full name and people pronounce it very well and the meaning makes my head swell πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. God bless my mum πŸ’•
      And all my kids bear Yoruba names as well, no English name ooooo lol

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  2. I sincerely love my nameπŸ₯°πŸ₯°

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  3. πŸ€” haven't thought about this before.
    I love my name.

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  4. Vanessa 🀷🏾‍♀️

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  5. I love my name so well I don't know.

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  6. I love my name, won't like to change it.

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  7. I love my name. I don't want to change it.

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  8. I will never change any of my names... I love my names from my two grandmothers (two different tribes) and my name from my dad. I wouldn't change any for any other name!

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  9. Ha! I love my mine too but the question is? If you would choose another name, what will it be eh?

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  10. I like unisex and masculine names.

    I would have been loved to be called Toni. My daughters are Alex, Charlie & Marc. They are short versions full female names, but they go by the short versions.

    It opens doors for them, especially in the corporate world. People that don’t know them think they are dealing with men. It’s funny how people tend to trust and respect men more in the professional environment.

    We like the confusion in people’s faces when they expect to see men, but meet women.

    lol



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    1. 18.51 I love females having masculine or unisex names for the same reason(ppl not knowing who they are dealing with).

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    2. Same here. When people see my name, they assume I'm a guy, even when I was in school.

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  11. I wouldn't like to change my names cos they are just perfect for me and I love them.

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    1. Girl, no. You do not want to be known as a Karen πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Are you sure about this? Karen isn't this best name to answer in the world right now.🀣

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    3. If you work in Vodafone in the UK, you will never ever name your child Karen. It's a nickname we've given to some certain kind of people πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ ooo

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  13. Will not change name for anything or anyboby

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  14. Not changing my name for nothing

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  15. Love my Igbo name, not crazy about my English name.

    I’d have preferred another Igbo name or if I was to be given another non-Igbo name, I’d choose Inanna.

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  16. I so much love my name, I can't even think of another. Every time I tell people my name, I get favoured immediately. It's a native name and the meaning is powerful

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  17. I hate my names. I would have loved to be called Malaika and I intend to call my unborn daughter Malaika.

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    1. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    2. Ha Malaika bawo? Well, it's your choice

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    1. Beautiful

      I also love the name January, Jan for short

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    2. I so love the name April πŸ’•

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  19. I love my name, would not change it for anything.

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  20. I love my name but would have loved to bear stronger Igbo names like Ocheze,Ojiugo,Egoyibo,ApunanwuπŸ™ˆ




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  21. I would prefer khaleesi or Arya. I love these names

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  22. I was named as a consolation to my mom,she lost her first child/son at about 18months😒

    NKIRUKA...means the future is bright(there’s a bright future ahead,don’t be shaken by current situations) These days,my name consoles me❤️
    Loveeee my name❤️

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  23. I wouldn't want a change of name. I love my name, never thought of any other name or admired any name for me

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  24. I have a very beautiful name, I won't change it for anything,but I can add favour to it sha

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  25. Dunno. Maybe Favour.

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  26. I don't have an English name, so, i will go with Pamela or Angela

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  27. Hmmmm I actually love my English name buh I would have preferred EJIROGHENE as my native name

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  28. I love my name and I am not interested in changing it.

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    1. Epo motoπŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ™„


      πŸƒπŸ½‍♀️

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  30. I absolutely love my name. It means "Inestimable or bringer of joy"

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  31. I absolutely love, love my name, it's beautiful!

    But 'if' I can change my name, I'll change it to JEWEL!

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