Women, I generally need the great from you. I need you to be quality, exceptional and consistently feel good with your relationship. That is the solitary motivation behind why my articles in these days are consistently about you. I generally share with you what I experience in my life, and what occur around me.
Ghanaians have a specific saying, I don't have a clue how to say it obviously in English yet let me attempt. They say, "the great love you have gotten, hold it well with the goal that it doesn't withdraw from you". Would you be able to get this adage effectively? I have encountered one thing in our relationship; most women just call their sweethearts with their genuine names, say, Charles or Fredrick. You should attempt to call them with Twi sweet names; in an unexpected way.
The great love we have gotten, we women don't need it to leave us, so calling your beaus with such names will make them excellent. The more we make them uncommon, the more they love us more. That is another way we make our relationship tight.
The following are the Twi names to call your beaus. I have made an interpretation of each name to English; those are in the sections.
1. Ahoofe dua (magnificence tree - epitome of excellence).
2. Odo (love).
3. Made pa (my beneficial thing).
4. Akoma mu tofe (darling - in a real sense: candy of heart).
5. Me dofo (my sweetheart).
6. Me bibini (My African individual).
7. Ahoofe (attractive).
8. Me buroni (my Caucasian individual).
9. Odo dad (great love).
10. Odofo (cherished one).
11. Me do ( my adoration).
12. Me bibini-buroni (my African-Caucasian individual).
13. Tribute yewu (in a real sense: love is demise; worth-biting the dust for affection).
Women, please always attempt to call your beaus with these names.
If you have anyother name in mind kindly let me know in the comments section below, please like and share with friends.
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