Why do the akans call God Twereduampon?

How does Ga called God?

The name of this creator god is Ataa-Naa Nyonmo that literally means “the god who is both”, in fact “Ataa” means “male” and “Naa” means “female”, while “Nyonmo” means “divinity”; but the creator god is also called “Ofe” or the “first ever” or Maawu.

What does Odomankoma mean?

Odomankoma is therefore the name Akan-language speakers use to describe the eternal entity who deserves the credit for the work of creation, including creating the concept of trinity—the idea of the union between Onyame and Onyankopon in the Odomankoma.

What does bosom mean in Twi?

noun. ɔbaa kokom (a woman’s chest) ɔbaa nufu (a woman’s breast)

Is Twi an Akan?

Akan refers to the language of the Akan ethnic group of Ghana. It is also spoken in the central and eastern part of Cote d’Ivoire. Akan comprises three main mutually intelligible dialects: Fante, Asante Twi and Akwapim Twi.

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