African American Baby Names With Meanings

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This is a complete collection of all African-American Baby Names , covering traditional or modern or religious, modern, trendy, popular, cute, short and sweet and easy to pronounce African-American baby names to help you make the right choice!

All African-American baby names can be viewed alphabetically with their meanings and can be further filtered with various options. You can also click on the baby name to know more about that particular baby name with meanings.

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African-American Baby Names List

NameMeaningGender
AfternoonA very rare name suitable for one who is creative, risk taker, practical, art lover and likes challenges.Girl
CleavonCliff; a rock at the edge of a seaBoy
ElroyA red-haired youth who is a KingBoy
HabenPride, pleasure, satisfactionBoy
KalishaKalisha means Noble and Kind, variant of the name AlishaGirl
KasekoTo mock or ridicule someoneBoy
LashawnA person who has felt the graciousness of the GodUnisex
LashondaModern name made of names Shona - God is Gracious and Rhonda - good spearGirl
LatanyaCombinatin of the prefix La and name Tanya, that means the EstablisherGirl
LatashaCombination of the prefix La and Tasha, that means BirthdayGirl
LateishaA feeling oof happiness and joyGirl
LateshaOne who is high spirits, happy and joyousGirl
LatonyaFrom the name Tonya with the popular prefix LaGirl
LatrellVariation of the name Lntrell meaning King's estate, by adding LaGirl
LatriciaForm of name Patricia, added popular prefix laGirl
LavarLavar is a name popular among African AmericansBoy
MarquitaA noble title that means march, borderlandGirl
MartiniqueShe is a slodier of MarsGirl
RoshaunA glowing and shining lightBoy
ShalondaA made up name. means Peace and VioleteGirl
ShalonnaOne fierce and strong as a LionessGirl
ShandiA familiar form of ShanaGirl
ShanikaThe graciousness of the GodGirl
ShaniqueThe God is givingGirl
ShanitaShe is a God's giftGirl