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Meaning of the Name Africa

The first name Africa is of African American, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

African American: Pleasant
Irish: Pleasant
Gaelic: Pleasant
Irish: Pleasant (Aifric)
Celtic: Agreeable

Similar Names

Affrica | Afric | Afrika | Aifric | Aprika |

Related Names

Affrica  (African American)
From Africa
Afric  (Irish)
Variant of Africa
Afrika  (Celtic)
From Africa
Ashanti  (Swahili)
African Tribe Name
Belakane  (Arthurian Legend)
An African Queen
Camisha  (African)
Tribe Name in West Africa
Cecil  (English)
Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De Mille
Cecilio  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecillo  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecillus  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Celio  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Desmond  (Irish)
From South Munster. Famous Bearer: Archbishop Desmond Tutu (Of South Africa)
Desmund  (Irish)
Variant of Desmond: from South Munster. Famous Bearer: Archbishop Desmond Tutu (Of South Africa)
Dezmond  (Irish)
Variant of Desmond: from South Munster. Famous Bearer: Archbishop Desmond Tutu (Of South Africa)
Kenya  (African)
African Country
Mandisa  (African)
Sweetness. Sweet. (South African)
Mandze  (African)
Born at Night (In West African)
Nelson  (Irish)
Son of the Champion. Famous Bearer: South African President Nelson Mandela (Born )
Oighrig  (Scottish)
Of Uncertain Derivation, Believed to Be Derived Either from Aithbhreac (New Speckled One) or from the Greek Euphemia (Fair Speech). Anglicization: Africa, Effie, Efric, Erica, Euphemia, Harriet, Henri
Oto  (African)
Name of a Tribe in Africa
Paki  (African)
Witness (In South African)
Potiphar  (Biblical)
Bull of Africa, a Fat Bull
Sekai  (African)
West African Name Meaning 'Laughter' or 'Happy With Laughter'
Tanisha  (African)
Name of a Tribe in Africa
Teman  (Biblical)
The South, Africa, Perfect
Temani  (Biblical)
The South, Africa, Perfect
Vasha  (African)
South African Language
Winna  (English)
Friend ( Winnah ). Origin: African
Xhosa  (African)
South African Tribe
Xhosa  (African)
Sweet. (South African)
Yesenia  (African)
A Name of a Tribe in Africa
Zhenga  (African)
African Queen
Zoraya  (African)
African Princess

Additional Names

Olaf | Horatia | Brittany | Leodegrance | Mozah | Arethusa | Janceena | Gainell | Absalom | Derell | Kesara | Kaethe | Azriel | Danila | Alanna |