Adjoa name meaning

Updated: March 13th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Ghanaian and Western-African
Usage: Ghanaian and English
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Adjoa a-djoa
Meaning: Born on Monday
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What does Adjoa mean?

Origin of Offbeat Adjoa is in Ghanaian and Western-African is a girl name, meaning of Adjoa is "Born on Monday" is used prevalently in Ghanaian and English.

How do I pronounce Adjoa?

The two syllabled name Adjoa is commonly pronounced as a-djoa. It can also be pronounced as ad-joa.

What are some traditional Ghanaian baby names?

Traditional Ghanaian baby names often draw upon the culture's rich history of spirituality and reverence for the natural world. Common male names include Kwame, Kojo, Kofi, Akwasi, and Kwabena. Common female names include Akosua, Yaa, Ama, Afia, and Abena. These names often feature nature-inspired qualities such as strength (Kwame), patience (Ama), and joy (Akosua).

Are there any Ghanaian baby name trends?

Yes, there are several contemporary trends in Ghanaian baby naming. Unique spellings of traditional names are becoming increasingly popular – for example, spelling Kwame as Kwamé or Abena as Abenaa. Additionally, some parents are opting to give their children modern English first names followed by a traditional Ghanaian middle name. This allows children to have a more recognizable name while still honoring their heritage.

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How popular is the name Adjoa?

Adjoa is an uncommon baby name in United States, its highest ever rank is 10400 (1981) in its 16 years run on United States naming chart. It had a short run of 8 years on England and Wales girl names chart.

But Adjoa is a popular baby name in Ghana where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in, Ivory Coast and Togo. According to our research, over 30000 babies have been named Adjoa globally.

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Numerological analysis of Adjoa

You have to stay as you are – determined and self-confident to realize your goals. You are always excited about new beginnings, challenges, unexpected problems and complex situations that require thinking outside the box and finding a creative solution. You find motivation in the most unusual places and people. You love people with an attitude but open to discussion and hearing new opinions. Lower your expectations and give the person you truly like a chance to prove.

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Sibling Names for Adjoa

Adjoa is an original African name in the Akan language. It means "Friday born" and is a sign of strength, courage, and resilience. If you are looking for a unique name for your little one, here are some beautiful sibling names that go great with Adjoa:

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Famous people named Adjoa

  • Adjoa Andoh, British film, television, stage and radio actress
  • Adjoa Bayor, skipper of the Black Queens

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