I chose kenyakate because I was in the Peace Corps in Kenya for 2 years, stayed on another 10 years (got married, had two kids), and returned(w/ my parents assistance) to the US in 1996. My son is named for his Kenyan grandfather (He keeps bees). In the Kimbeere language (the local tribal language), "bee" is "Njuki" so that is my son's name. In Kenya, you can be named after an occupation or an animal or if your mother saw a snake while she was pregnant, you may be named "njoka" or snake. The hives in Kenya were hollowed out tree trunks hoisted into large trees. Honey is a special treat so when offered some, you must accept or run the risk of insulting your host (they don't strain it so you have to spit out dead bees or swallow them!). In Kenya, beekeeping is strictly a man's job. I think I digressed....though someone might be interested!