Etchiula EzekielParticipant12/01/2015 at 18:45Post count: 0
The name cannot be your own name! Please see http://www.ekpeyekingdom.com/ekpeye-baby-names-phrases-meanings for more information on Ekpeye names.UlimmehKeymaster12/01/2015 at 19:47Post count: 38
That’s a good one! Lol, mine is, for boys Uzutam, means let my share reach me and Umashimeh, my choice, for girls. I have some others, but they are my family members names, so its not fair to mention them… like my idameh (picture attached), Uyornumu, its not just a matter of being born.UlimmehKeymaster12/01/2015 at 22:35Post count: 38
See Yoruba man supporting Buhari for a 9ja delta south-south forum, instead of our brother GEJ… God dey ooo…Andreas EzekielParticipant15/01/2015 at 19:35Post count: 1
Olimma is my favourite Ekpeye nameFolabi OgunkoyaParticipant15/01/2015 at 19:37Post count: 2
Olimma thats a new one I have never heard that name used beforeUlimmehKeymaster15/01/2015 at 19:40Post count: 38
Olimma is my sisters name, Andreas mumsi, that was quick did you reply in email or click the linkUlimmehKeymaster20/01/2015 at 19:16Post count: 38
@neme good choice of names! I guess popsi tried lol oh and it seems Nene is also an Ekpeye name…UlimmehKeymaster20/01/2015 at 19:18Post count: 38
Zhiye means teach us, powerful name! People keep asking you to teach them…McWilson OluwalonimiParticipant18/02/2015 at 07:00Post count: 21
Chinwebudume (God owns my life). I love this name because it reminds me that my life is safely in the hands of the Almighty God.
#Ekpeye mekani oohhMcWilson OluwalonimiParticipant18/02/2015 at 07:02Post count: 21
Hmm! Ulimmeh, Nene is not an Ekpeye name oohh. It is a borrowed name from the Kalabaris and Okrikas. Although my late cousin was called Nene. It’s a fine name for beautiful girls/ladies from Rivers State.
#Ekpeye meka niMcWilson OluwalonimiParticipant18/02/2015 at 07:07Post count: 21
Ulimmeh, that name Olimma isa typical Ibo name. I like the nameUlimmehKeymaster18/02/2015 at 09:56Post count: 38
Great insight nwanameh! Hmmm i know there are Igbo people called Nene and Olimma, but remember, as with ‘Chi’ there are still similarities between the Ekpeye language and Igbo language. Even though they are VERY different e.g. God in Ekpeye is really Eblikpabhi but we have adopted Chineke for simplicity e.g. the name you mentioned Chinwebudu will be Eblibudu or something like that for example.
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