Àìná- Here’s The Meaning

Àìná is an Orúkọ amutọ̀runwá. That is, a name derived from the nature in which the child is born. There are different Orúkọ amutọ̀runwá ìn Yorùbá culture. There are òjó, Àìná, Alábá, Ojugbodi, etc.

Àìná is a Yoruba Name that means, “a female child that came out with the umbilical cord tied around her neck..” The male version of this is Òjó.

Example:

1. Àìná l’ọmọ ti mo bí.

(My child is an Àìná..)

Moyinoluwa Olawoye

I am Moyinoluwa. A young Nigerian adult. Trying to make Yoruba more understandable and relatable. And of course, I am the founder of this beautiful website you are reading. 😍 Follow me on Facebook and Twitter! Don't forget to subscribe to the blog below too!

Moyinoluwa Olawoye

I am Moyinoluwa. A young Nigerian adult. Trying to make Yoruba more understandable and relatable. And of course, I am the founder of this beautiful website you are reading. 😍 Follow me on Facebook and Twitter! Don't forget to subscribe to the blog below too!

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