Akan Names after Days and Their Appellations

Days which people are born in Ghana automatically give them a particular name.

For instance every baby born on thursday, if a boy automatically acquire Yaw or Ekow in addition to his names, If a female too, she acquires Yaa as part of her names.

All these names have appellations and some things to look for in them. Below educates you on that.

DAYMALEAPPELLATIONFEMALEAPPELLATION
Dwoada (Monday)Kwadwo, Kojo, JojoOkoto (They are normally supplicant, conciliatory and introverted)AdwoaOkotowaa (They are normally supplicant, conciliatory and introverted)
Benada (Tuesday) Kwabena, KobbyOgyam ( They are very passionate and compassionate, There is always a fire within to do something)Abena, Maabena, ArabaGyamaa ( They are very passionate and compassionate, There is always a fire within to do something)
Wukuada (Wednesday)Kwaku, Kuuku, OwirekuBonsam (They are normally troublesome and very trickish)Akua, KuukuaObisi (They are very obscure, nebulous, dusky. They are shadowy, and are good at secrets. These ladies are usually wild),
Yawda (Thursday)Yaw, EkowPreko (Courageous and confident, They are always ready for war)YaaPrekowaa (Courageous and lover of fights. example is Yaa Asantewaa)
Fiada (Friday)KofiOkyini(They are noted for progression and prosperous; beautifully adorned (wanderer, adventurous, creative, innovative))Afua Kyimaa (They are noted for progression and prosperous; beautifully adorned (wanderer, adventurous, creative, innovative))
Memenda (Saturday)KwameAtoapem (They are unsurpassable. also they are perpetually and good at creating)AmaAtoapemaa (They are unsurpassable. also they are perpetually and good at creating)
Kwasiada (Sunday)Kwesi Bodua (The word means animal's tail, whisk, They are usually sovereign and born-leader)AkosuaBoduaa (The word means animal's tail, whisk, They are usually sovereign and born-leader)