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What does the name Malakai Koa Tilse mean? Sarah's Day welcomes baby boy

Olivia Olphin March 18, 2022
Malakai Koa

YouTuber Sarah’s Day has given birth to a beautiful baby boy named Malakai Koa Tilse. Congratulations! We take a closer look at the meaning behind the baby name.

Sarah’s Day and husband Kurt Tilse have another son together, Fox Ocean, and have been married for almost a year.

Who is YouTuber Sarah’s Day?

Sarah’s Day, aka Sarah Stevenson, is a health and fitness YouTuber from Australia. She posts videos on healthy recipes, workout routines, natural beauty products, and general family life.

The 28-year-old’s YouTube channel currently has 1.53 million subscribers, while she also has 1.2 million followers on Instagram. Stevenson also hosts The Health Code podcast and is founder and owner of the Sunee app, which focuses on healthy recipes.

She married Kurt Tilse in an intimate ceremony in May 2021. Their son, Fox Ocean, is two years old.

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What is the meaning of the name Malakai Koa Tilse?

BabyNames reports Malakai means ‘Messenger of God’ and is Hebrew in origin. However, it has also been referred to as meaning ‘My Angel’. Sarah’s Day even put an angel emoji in her Instagram caption.

While Koa means ‘crow’ in the Kaurna language of Adelaide, Australia, it also means ‘warrior’ in Hawaiian. This term has also been used to refer to an acacia tree.

Malakai was born on 14 March 2022 and weighed only 3.73kg (8.22lb). Sarah’s Day shared an adorable video of the newborn on her Instagram account:

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We send our love and congratulations to the whole family!

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Olivia Olphin is an English Literature graduate and a film and literature fanatic. She has many years of reviewing experience, recently working as accredited press for the London Film Festival. She has also written widely about culture and sex education, as well as LGBTQ+ and women's issues.