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20 Ewe names and their English Translation that will change your mentality towards them

Every ethnic group has unique stories behind their naming. Just like Nii and Naa are peculiar to the Ga’s, and Asantewaa and Agyekum for the Akans, Ewes have names that identify them.

More often than not, many have asked why Ewes have unisex names; names that are used both by males and females. Also, it has been the interest of many, to know the mystery behind what they have described as the ‘heavy names’ of Ewes.

2. Etornam – He answered me

3. Mawufemor – God’s Way

3. Elikplim – He is with me

4. Ewoenam – He has Done it for me

5. Enyonam – It is well with me

6. Edem – He saved me

7. Mawuse – God has listened

8. Mawuena – It’s God who gives

9. Mawutor – God’s own

10. Mawuli – God Exists

11. Mawukoenya – Only God Knows

12. Norkplim – Be with me

13. Dzidula – The winner

14. Akpene – Thanks to him

15. Esenam – He listened to my plea

16. Mawunyo – God is Good

17. Mawulolo – God is great

18. Mawunyega – God is the greatest

19. Elinam – He is Available for me

20. Delali – There’s a savior

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1. Mawuli – God Exists

2. Etornam – He answered me

3. Mawufemor – God’s Way

3. Elikplim – He is with me

4. Ewoenam – He has Done it for me

5. Enyonam – It is well with me

6. Edem – He saved me

7. Mawuse – God has listened

8. Mawuena – It’s God who gives

9. Mawutor – God’s own

10. Mawuli – God Exists

11. Mawukoenya – Only God Knows

12. Norkplim – Be with me

13. Dzidula – The winner

14. Akpene – Thanks to him

15. Esenam – He listened to my plea

16. Mawunyo – God is Good

17. Mawulolo – God is great

18. Mawunyega – God is the greatest

19. Elinam – He is Available for me

20. Delali – There’s a savior

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