Okun Native Names and Meaning

This is a collection of some beautiful Okun names and their meaning. Okun people is the term used to describe groups of Yoruba descendants  in Kogi state, North-central Nigeria. Their dialects are generally classified in the Northeast Yoruba language (NEY) grouping.

Here is a list of some Okun names and their simplified meaning

  1. Iyenede – mother is supreme
  2. Rotimi – God stay with me
  3. Omoejagbara – Child is not by power
  4. Bosede – Was born on Sunday
  5. Onemayin – No one nose tomorrow
  6. Temitope – Meaning thanking God
  7. Temilola- wealth belongs to me
  8. Itunu – Comfort
  9. Anuoluwa – Mercy of God
  10. Kajotoni – Nothing like yours
  11. Ojuekonmi – I’m not in a haste
  12. Omonisé – Child is worth it
  13. Olonieeyi – One with people doesn’t shake
  14. Hinmikalu – Take me around town
  15. Oluwasegun – Gods victory
  16. Iselowo – Work brings money
  17. Olobayò – one with Royalty is in happy
  18. Omobode – The child has come back again
  19. Mayowa – The lord has brought joy
  20. Ogunse – The battle is won
  21. Oluwayemisi – God has honored Me
  22. Modupeoluwa – Lord I thank you
  23. Folorunsho – God always secure me were ever I go
  24. Modupeola – Appreciate my wealth
  25. Mejebinuhi – you can’t be angry with me
  26. Omotemi – my own child
  27. Ehonioye – no one understands
  28. Ibukunoluwa – Blessing of God encompasses me
  29. Igbodi – a child born severally
  30. Olokonihun – one with husband has something
  31. Olaogbebikan – wealth is not domiciled in only one place
  32. Abidemi – absence of father
  33. Wuraola – Gold
  34. Titilayo – Everlasting joy
  35. Kayode – one who bring joy
  36. Omodunni – Child is sweet to have
  37. Durotola – Stay with wealth
  38. Abiodun – Born in Christmas day
  39. Oluwabunmi – God give me
  40. Temitope- Mine reach thanksgiving
  41. Egbonroluhun – You can not be wiser than the owner
  42. Mejabi – I’m not guilty
  43. Ikusemoro – Death did me bad
  44. Olowoyotan – The rich is safe
  45. Adeleke – The king/crown/royalty has triumphed
  46. Melodi – I have pure heart
  47. Medupin –
  48. Toluhi – God is to be worshiped
  49. Mesole – I am not lazy
  50. Nihi – Prestige
  51. Ótaibayómi-ólórunojè – God did not allow enemies to mock me
  52. Ajiboye – One who wakes up and meet a throne
  53. Oluwagbemiga – God has moved me up
  54. Motunrayo -I’ve seen joy again
  55. Oluwafunmilayo – God give me joy
  56. Abayomi – God didn’t gave enemies the chance to mock me
  57. Olubunmi – God give to me
  58. Omowumi – Desires children or in love with children
  59. Omolola – Child is wealth
  60. Oluwatoyin – God is worthy to be praise
  61. Adenodi – crown has no enemy
  62. Adebayo – Crown that meet joy
  63. Eniola – a wealthy and honored person
  64. Motunrayo – I see joy again
  65. Oluwaseun – Thank you God
  66. Medayese – I don’t do the world alone
  67. Medayegbe – I don’t live in the earth alone
  68. Adehoro – Born when there’s ritual, rite, eg, imole and  egungun 

A BRIEF HISTORY OF OKUN PEOPLE

The above Okun names and their meaning have been carefully selected for people who desire to know the the meaning of some popular Names.

If you know the meaning to any of the Okun names below please email: contact@kogistatehub.com
Omojengbe
Iyebuhola –
Omojolagbe –
Osatembo –
Inutorise –

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