Meaning: “the Lord’s kin” or “the Lord’s Miracle.”
These are separate names but they have identical pronunciation. The former is from the Yoruba phrase ará-olúwa (the Lord’s kin), while the latter is derived from àrà-olúwa, meaning, (the Lord’s wonder).
This lyrical gem looks like a cross between Tammy & Lora, but is actually a Yoruba feminine name. It comes from the Yoruba phrase, ta mí lọ́rẹ, literally, “give me a gift.” It would make a lovely and unique option for a child born around the holidays.
Possible nicknames include, Tami, Tammie, Tammy, Lore or Lori.
The name is a Yoruba unisex name which is usually given to a child where the parents were having a hard time having children or a child who was in a high risk pregnancy. It is from the Yoruba phrase, à-jà-ní (the one we fought for, or the one whom we fought to have).