|Posted by Ike Boat on March 20, 2014 at 3:45 PM|
Some Ghanaian Rhyme Names
Let's start with Sunday,so female will be called Esi.
And the masculine being opposite,will be describe as Kwesi.
Let's address the Monday-born,she'll be known as Adjo.
While the male counterpart is called Joojo or Kojo.
Let's take to the Tuesday fellow,who'll be called Abena.
Then the boy to share with will either be Kobina or Kwabena.
Let's make it to the Mid-week,so we have Aku.
For which the Akan tribe will rather address the male Kuuku or Kwaku.
Let's bring to the fore Thursday girl,as she'll be named Yawa.
So the male boy will be given the name Yaw.
Let's take our turn to Friday born female,thus the Ewes we'll have Afi.
For which to the Fante clan,he'll be called Fiifi,Yoofi or Kofi.
Let's finish the first names with Saturday,so female is Amina.
While the male fellow will be called Kwamina.
It's time to embark on the surname journey,so on the road-side is Amakye.
But the following can't be left out,due to their rhythmic rhyme sound Korankye,Boakye and Kwakye.
It's obvious how sport,music and politics makes this name popular,Boateng.
However,without being bias there's also Adonteng,Oteng and Amoateng.
It's good not to forget,because I've known someone who's called Frimpong.
And on the field of Arts,I've heard about Kwapong,Sarpong,Acheampong and Ampong.
It's a bit spirit-related because there's a fetish priest known as 'Okomfo' Damoah.
Who's able to charm and influence people but not the likes of Asamoah,Somoah and Amoah.
It's better to have known a family man called mister Kabutey.
Well,if one take a trip to the capital Accra,you often hear Nettey,Quartey,Ayitey and Adjetey.
It's can no more be a secret if i now unfold to you my other home name is Amissah.
Which also share rhythmic rhyme scheme with Amponsah,Quansah,Ansah and Mensah.
Let's take a final hike to an area,suburb as well name called Amanful.
Where some of the folks are known as Arhinful,Ntsiful and Afful.