How do people have twins and give them names that don’t even sound alike?
Isn’t the point of “twinship” in its close relatedness? Ok, I’m not here to lash anyone for naming their twin girls “Blessing” and “Yvonne”, boys “David” and “Bobby”, oh or for the boy-girl twins “Sean” and “Eunice”. They are yours, you probably have a reason. But just take a minute or two and think of this.
Many names sound alike, a prayer in you indigenous language, has another prayer that sounds like it, the “circumstantial name” has it twin too. Biblical names seem to even be the easiest.
Personally, I see such unrelated names as being too work-shy to explore your options.
Here are some you could tap from
Girl-Girl twins: Kanyibilinudo and Kanyiraluyachi , Oyikansola and Oyindamola, Oreva ond Otega , Whitney and Winifred.
Boy-Boy twins: Joshua and Joseph, Chiedozie and Chiemerie, Olamide and Ayomide.
Boy-Girl: Vincent and Millicent, David and Davida(elle), Kolade and Bolanle, Jachimma and Sochima, Eliezah and Elizabeth.
That wasn’t so hard now was it???
Contributed By: Chisom Nwobodo