Lemmah name meaning

Gender: Boy
Origin: African
Meaning: Eye, The Beauty of an Eye, One who is Cultivated, The Name Lemma Means a Creeper, A Deer and A Lady
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What does Lemmah mean?

Lemmah is resultant of Lema. Lema came from African, meaning of Lema is "The Name Lemma Means a Creeper and One who is Cultivated".

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How popular is the name Lemmah?

Lemmah is an uncommon name around the world.


Here's what numbers has to say about Lemmah

You are always in the center of attention and the one who stands for what's right. You know yourself so well, that you always find a way to keep yourself amused. You are always open to new adventures. You neglect your own issues and helping other is more important to you. You are a sensitive fellow who's often taken for granted. You research different religions, you are interested in learning more about the Universe and how it works.

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