African baby names (which include Muslim, Christian, Jewish and Arabic names) are beautiful, exotic, and full of meaning—think Barack (Swahili for “blessing”) or Aaliyah (meaning “to rise up”).
African: Born on the road, during travel (Nigeria)
African: Well-born, noble (Swahili)
African: A bargain (Hausa)
Slavic: Dawn; variant of Aurora; "Perhaps love is a compelling necessity imposed on man by God that has something to do with suffering."...
African: First daughter
English: Prosperous, happy
African: Lively, woman, life; variant of Aisha
African: Flower, from the Arabic word for flourishing (Swahili)
African: Trustworthy (Swahili)
Arabic: Trustworthy or faithful
African: Exalted (Urdu)
English: Pet form of names such as Louise, Louella, or even Lucy
African: Saturday''s child (Ghanese)
African: Second daughter (Nigeria)
African: Born on Saturday (Ghanaian)
African: The name of the Zulu tribal leader sometimes compared to Attila the Hun. Shaka shaped an amalgamation of tribes into the...
Hindi: From the Shaka
African: God is salvation (Swahili)
African: Possesses great strength
Arabic: Variation of Amar, which means "moon" in Arabic.
African: Beautiful eyes
Arabic: Wild cow
African: God the highest (Swahili)
Egyptian: High born
Gaelic: Slender; fair. Form of Keelan, Caolan.
African: Royal (Nigeria)
African: Born on Tuesday
African: Born on holy ground, blessed place (Yorba)
Hebrew: Unclear meaning, possibly to rest or cactus
African: Born during the hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca (Swahili)