Meaning : Precious,
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Numerology information Amaka:
Name Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Additional information Amaka:
Short form of CHIAMAKA
Definition funny of Amaka:
1. A hidden Talent. 2. A narcoleptic Diva
1. What's your Amaka? I can play pachelbel's canon on the nose flute 2. Your tired. Your not going to do an Amaka on me are you?
Songs about Amaka:
Amaka by Mc deejay club from the Album Fresh sound
Amaka by Young Paperboyz & Sutflute from the Album Naija Boss
Amaka (feat. Sutflute) by Young Paperboyz from the Album Naija Boss
Amaka (feat. Sutflute) by Young Paperboyz from the Album Naija Boss (Deluxe Version)
Amaka (Instruments) by Young Paperboyz from the Album Naija Boss
Amaka toda by Cabo Snoop from the Album Blutooth
Amaka toda [Explicit] by Cabo Snoop from the Album Blutooth
Books about Amaka:
NJIKOKA AMAKA FURTHER DISCUSSIONS ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF INTEGRATIVE HUMANISM: A Contribution to African and Intercultural... by GODFREY O OZUMBA and JONATHAN O CHIMAKONAM (May 12, 2014)
Curiosity Crescent: An Audrey Amaka Story by Brent Vernon (Jan 15, 2013)
The OkapiCat: An Audrey Amaka Story by Brent Vernon (Jul 11, 2013)
Neckless: The Audrey Amaka Story by Brent Vernon (Dec 22, 2010)
Njepu Amaka - Migration Is Rewarding: A Sociocultural Anthropological Study of Global Economic Migration (Europaische... by Eloka C. P. Nwolisa Okanga and ELOKA C.P. NWOLISA OKANGA (Dec 2003)
Njikoka Amaka: Further Discussions on the Philosophy of Integrative Humanism (a Contribution to African and Intercultural... by Godfrey Okechukwu Ozumba and Jonathan Okeke Chimakonam (Apr 22, 2014)
Njepu Amaka - Migration is Rewarding: A Sociocultural Anthropological Study of Global Economic Migration
White... by Eloka C. P Nwolisa Okanga (Sep 18, 2003)
Wiki information Amaka:
Amaka Gessler is a New Zealand representative swimmer. She won the silver medal in the 4x200m freestyle relay at the 2010 Commonwealth Games alongside Lauren Boyle, Natasha Hind and Penelope Marshall. She won the bronze medal with the same team in...
Amaka is a fictional character from the book Purple Hibiscus.