In most of the ethnic groups in Ghana, the day in which you were born determines the very first name that is going to be given to you, and it is given to you immediately after birth before they even perform your naming ceremony.
For instance, among the Twi-speaking people, when you are born on Sunday and you happen to be a girl, the first name given to you is Akosua. And according to oral tradition, girls born on Sunday are patient, confident, adaptable, helpful, and smart. Also, girls born on Sunday like to be pampered and they are very influential.
This name is known in Akan as ”Kra din” which is the same as ”Spirit name” when translated literally. These first names vary based on one’s culture or ethnicity. Since Twi is the indigenous language spoken by most people in Ghana, let us take a look at the names given to them according to the days they were born.
If you are Adwoa, Ama, Abena etc. Here’s What The Day You Were Born Says About You or in other words, the attributes for your name:
According to oral tradition, girls born on Sunday(Akosua) are patient, confident, adaptable, helpful, and smart. Also, girls born on Sunday like to be pampered and they are very influential
In Akan society, any girl called Adwoa was born on Monday, they are passionate, graceful, too-know, observant, and clever. They also make great friends.
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