Name Hawi - meaning, origin, popularity 

Hawi name meaning

Gender: Girl
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Hawi
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What does Hawi mean?

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How popular is the name Hawi?

Hawi is an uncommon baby name in United States where it is still in use. Hawi is a rare baby name in England and Wales however it is still in use. But Hawi is a popular baby name in Ethiopia where every 1 in 20000 have the name. According to our estimate, at least 9000 people have been bestowed Hawi around the globe.

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What numbers say about Hawi?

Changes don't represent a problem for you. On the contrary, you are all about change. People don't concern you much, meaning there are only a few people you trust in your life. Although you are all about balance, inner peace and harmony, reaching these things seem hard when you are surrounded with negative people. Be more selective when it comes to people. You are hard-working by nature and success drives you.

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Famous people named Hawi

  • Hawick Hau-Wai Lau in Hui lu as Actor

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Comments :

Hawi is gender neutral name in Kenya, East Africa. It is commonly used by natives living along Lake Victoria, of Nilotic extraction. The Luo. Hawi means Luck. By implication, it means good luck or good tidings. The person named Hawi brings good tidings or luck to people he or she comes accross. This name was rareely used until 1950s because of superstition. But as Christianity spread, people were able to accept and use it. I was born in 1956 and baptisaed Hawi. I have never come accross anyone born before me who had that name. But from 1980s, the name spread phenominally and now it is a common name especially for girls. However, it is neutral. In my culture, a female name would start with A vowel and masculine with O vowel. So Anyango would be female. But Onyango would be male. - Hawi Odingo
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