US Popularity:20374
Other Origin(s):Japanese
Meaning:River in Ghana; Akan god; Fun; Joy; Music; Large field
The name Tano has Ghanaian and Japanese roots and can be used as a gender-neutral name. To start, it can refer to a river in western Ghana, making it a great choice if you want to connect baby to the peaceful flow and powerful current that rivers can bring. For a mythical touch, Tano can also refer to the Akan god, also called Ta Kora. The second son of the supreme being Nyame, Tano has been interpreted as the god of thunder, nature, and war, giving your little one plenty of inspiration. Tano can also be a Japanese name, which can have a variety of meanings, depending on which kanji is used to write it. Some translations include “fun,” “joy,” “music,” and “large field.” With this versatile name, baby Tano will carve their path in life in no time.

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