Ayanda meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
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Popularity of Ayanda

Ayanda is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 2003 and achieved its top ranking of 2509 in 2006. Ayanda is a rare baby name in United States however it is still in use. But Ayanda is a popular baby name in South Africa where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in Swaziland. At least, 50000 people globally have been given the name as per our findings.



What numbers say about Ayanda?

You have a strong attitude but in order to be happy, you have to be open to new things. You are always direct because you hate to argue with people when it comes to misunderstandings. Your motto is: be the change you want to see in the world and make a difference while you are alive. If letter A is your capstone in your name, it reveals your challenging nature and ambitious perspective. You only need the right ones to be content in life. And you are right.

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Namesakes of Ayanda

    Ayanda Mabulu, South African painter

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It me ayanda I'm proud for my name - ayanda Ayanda is a south african first name it originate from the zulu and the xhosa tribes. it a unisex name. it means augment/they are increasing it usually given to the first born. it believed that people called by this name grow up to be good leaders and very sympathetic people. - ayanda
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