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.
1. Àìná l’ọmọ ti mo bí.
(My child is an Àìná..)