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He was born Barack Hussein Obama II . (One might expect his name to be Barack Hussein Obama Jr ., but ' II " is what is on his birth certificate.) He is named after his b…iological father, Barack Hussein Obama (Senior). He went by the nickname "Barry" as a boy and young man. It should also be noted that some internet sites claim his name was "Barry Soetoro," but there is no evidence he ever used his step-father's last name.
The President has two children, both daughters. Their names are Malia Ann, born on July 4, 1998, and "Sasha"(Natasha), born on June 10, 2001. From the available information, i…t would appear that Sasha does not have a given middle name. Her first name is Natasha, but she seems to prefer her nickname, Sasha.
Her legal name was Stanley Ann Dunham, but she did not like her first name and insisted on being called by her middle name, Ann.
he was born as Barack Hussein Obama II he's a Junior After his mother divorced Obama Sr. Stanley Ann Dunham married an Indonesian, Lolo Soetoro, who was attending college in H…awaii. When Suharto, a military leader in Soetoro's home country, came to power in 1967, all Indonesian students studying abroad were recalled, and the family moved to the Menteng neighborhood of Jakarta. From ages six to ten, Obama attended local schools in Jakarta, including Besuki Public School and St. Francis of Assisi School, His step father enrolled Obama into these schools as Barry Soetoro. Obama never used this name, but some records and an Indonesian passport had the name Barry Soetoro Son of Lolo Soetoro and Ann Dunham. at 11 Obama went back to Hawaii to live with his Grand parents.
His name has always been Barack Hussein Obama. He may have had the nickname of 'Barry' when he was younger but that was never his given name.
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Barak - also Baruch means "Blessed" Hussein - means "Handsome One" Obama - is surname based on a given name from the Dholuo language spoken by the Luo people of Kenya. It …is based on the verb "bam" meaning "bent", and probably refers either to an infant's arm or leg looking bent just after birth, or to the birth itself having been in the breech position. Barak was also an Israelite general listed in the Book of Judges. He is listed in Chapter 4 as an associate of the Judge Deborah. Barak, directed by Deborah, leads the Israelites in a victory over a Canaanite army under General Sisera. There was also a modern Israeli Prime Minister named Ehud Barak.
Grandfather - Fathers side - Hussein Onyango Obama Grandmother - Fathers side - Akumu Grandfather - Mothers side - Stanley Armour Dunham Grandmother - Mothers side - Madely…n Lee Payne
He wrote two books "Dreams From my father" and "The Audacity of Hope".
Barack Obama's father was also named Barack Obama. Barack Senior was a Kenyan exchange student who came to Hawaii to study, married a fellow student at the University of Hawai…i, and their son was born in Honolulu in 1961. They named him Barack Obama II. (Internet rumors that the president's dad was someone else are false.)
President Obama does not have any full siblings. However, he does have 8 half siblings. 7 are from his father's first and third marriages in Africa and 1 was born in Indones…ia but now lives in Hawaii, from his mother's second marriage. Half brothers on his father's side in Africa are: Malik Obama (born 1958) Abo Obama (maybe adopted, born 1968) Bernard Obama (maybe adopted, born 1970) Mark Ndesandjo (born by his father's third wife in 1965) David Ndesandjo (deceased, born by his father's third wife, 1967-1987) George Hussein Onyango Obama (perhaps illegitimate, born 1982) Half sisters are: Maya Soetoro-Ng, now in Hawaii, is from his mother's side. Auma Obama, in Kenya, is from his father's side.
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This is another internet myth. President Obama has two daughters, and no sons.
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It comes from the Muslim word barakat, meaning blessings.
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The President, Barack Obama, II, was named after his father, Barack Obama, Sr. Barack is a traditional family name and common in the area where his father was born.