Name Ama - meaning, origin, popularity 

Ama name meaning

What does Ama mean?

Gender: Girl
Origin: African-Akan, Old Greek and Latin
Usage: Arabic, African, Basque, Akan, Polish, Old Norse, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Meaning: Lovable, Born on a Saturday, Mother and Aspiration
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Ama means Lovable, Born on a Saturday, Mother or Aspiration is principally used in African, Old Norse, Akan, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Polish, Basque and Arabic and a baby girl name has its origin in Old Greek, Latin and African-Akan. Ama is variant form of celebrated and all time favorite Amelia. Amelia is variant of timeless and famous Amalia. Also Amelia is form of prominent and perpetual Amalie. Amelia is also variant of imperishable and prevalent Emily. Amelia is English and German cognate of Amalia. Also Amelia is English and Latin form of Emily. Meaning of Amelia is Fertile and Strain is originated from Latin and Gothic. Ama is version of dominant and perpetual Amma. Amma is Twi equivalent of Ama. Also Amma is German cognate of Emily. Amma is also German cognate of Names Beginning with Amal-. Amma means Mother and God-like is originated from Sanskrit and Latin. Ama is a version of outstanding and venerable Amalia. Amalia is variant form of durable and eminent Emily. Amalia is resulted from Emilie. Amalia is form of Germanic Names Beginning with Amal- in Latin language. Amalia's meaning is Efficient and Aspirations has origin in Gothic and Latin. Ama is variation of Amaryllis. Origin of Cherished and Enduring Amaryllis is in Old Greek, meaning of Amaryllis is "Sparkling Eyes, Amaryssein and The Word Amaryssein Meaning to Sparkle".

Variants of Ama

Aima, Amaryllis, Amelia, Amma, Amalia, Amalie, Emily, Aemilia, Ameline, Milka, Aemiliana, Aimil, Amy

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Names that rhyme with Ama

How popular is the name Ama?

Ama is an uncommon baby name in United States, although it has been in use since 1885 but could not make beyond the top 900. Over 921 babies in United States have been named Ama. In England and Wales, it has been in use since 1997 but could not make beyond the top 2000. Over 191 people have been named Ama in England and Wales. But Ama is a popular baby name in Ivory Coast where every 1 in 500 have the name as well as in, Ghana, India, Togo, Indonesia, Nigeria and Sri Lanka. According to our estimate, over 180000 babies have been named Ama globally.

YearRankBirths
2018621119
2017624419
2016718216
2015842213
2014727916
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Ama in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands00790
Finland00053
Sweden021656
Norway021616
Denmark0040

What numbers say about Ama?

You are enthusiastic, always do something productive, however, you lack creativity. In order to refuel your soul with creativity, travel, or do something unusual for you. You always analyze something in your mind. You are trustworthy and hate liars who obsess over material things. You are dominant in your circle of friends. You never get tired from trying to be better than you were yesterday. If you walk over people to get on top, you won't make it. Or you will but you won't feel good about yourself.

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  •  Aseelah - The uncommon unisex name Aseelah is largely used in Gujarati, Gujarati and Marathi languages, Aseelah means "One Belonging to a Great Heritage or Family or From Noble Family"
  •  Sakha - Sakha's meaning is The Religious Book of Hindus, Liberality or Generosity used for both sexes is used mostly in Oriya and Marathi
  •  Zamrud - Used in Sindhi, Malay and Arabic, Zamrud came from Arabic, Zamrud means "Emerald, A Narrator of Hadith or Narrator of Hadith" is used as a girl name
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Famous people named Ama

    Ama Benyiwa-Doe, Ghanaian politician
  • Ama Naidoo, South African anti-apartheid activist
  • Ama Ata Aidoo, Ghanaian author, poet, playwright and academic
  • Amanda Pike in West Bank Diary as Producer
  • Amanda A. Lederer in That Awkward Moment as Actress
  • Amanda McKerrow in Variety and Virtuosity: American Ballet Theatre Now as
  • Amanda Tasse in The Reality Clock as Director
  • Ama K. Abebrese acted in movie The Cursed Ones

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