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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Here are the meanings of Banky W and Adesua's son's name

Recall that a week ago, Banky W and his wife, Adesua Etomi-Wellington broke the internet with the announcement of the arrival of their son, Zaiah. Adesua got over 659,000 likes, while Banky W got over 331,000 likes on Instagram.

Taking to his Instagram page, Banky W, shared photos of his wife as he wishes her a "happy birthday" and praises her for the arrival of their newborn, Zaiah. He wrote:

"Happy birthday to my lady, my love and Purpose Partner,
My world, my wife and Baby Mama.
I didn't think it was possible for you to be more beautiful than you already were... but I was wrong.
Because you're not just beautiful, you're strong.
You're grace and favour personified, and you're so much more.

Words cannot properly express how grateful I am for you, how much I love you, or what we've been through.
I'm thankful that you're mine
And that God made everything beautiful in His time
He turned our tears into triumph, and our loss into laughter
He's changed our lives forever, here's to the next (and best) chapter
Nothing I can say or do can top what He gave us
My baby had a baby and he's everything we prayed for
Happy birthday "Mama Zaiah"
I love you SCATTER."

Zaiah has many meanings according to Names.Org. Zaiah has meanings from different origins, such as: Hebrew, Irish, American and African (Uganda).

One user from Maryland, U.S. says the name Zaiah means "Zaiah, is a derivative of the name Saiah both originating from the name Isaiah - meaning "God is salvation". According to Ugandans, Zaiah means "God is Salvation." According to Hebrew, Zaiah means "Gift Of God."  According to Irish, Zaiah means "Beautiful Goddess." Zaiah actually originated from Hebrew words.

Adesua wrote: "You have a track record of keeping your word. Ọlọrun agbaye o, you are mighty".
4 weeks ago I received the best birthday gift ever. Our Son.

#Godisforeverthegreatest #mamaZ
Best team in the world.
Picture @felixcrown
Makeup @t.alamodebeauty
Dresses @tojufoyeh
Hair @adefunkeee
Location: @truthbeachclub courtesy of our bro @seyi_barber."

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