Momoka is a Japanese female name with various meanings such as: 杏果 “apricot fruit”, 百夏 “hundred summer”, 桃華 “peach flower”, 百花 “hundred flower”, 桃花 “peach flower”, 咲花 “blossom flower”, and likely other meanings depending on the kanji used. Momo can also be used as a given name on its own, as well as used with other name elements such as Momoko with the kanji for child (子), as well as Momotaro, a male name.
Chika is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings, from Japanese elements chi meaning: 千 (thousand); 智 (knowledge, wisdom); 散 (scatter); 知 (to know, wisdom); and ka meaning: 佳 (beautiful, good, excellent); 花 (flower); 加 (add, addition, increase); 可 (permitted, allowed, licensed); 嘉 (praise, auspicious); 夏 (summer); 賀 (congratulate, greet, celebrate); 香 (fragrance); 華 (flower, splendor); 果 (fruit); 歌 (song, poem); and other meanings. Chikako is another variant of the name ending with the ko (子) ending.
Chika is also an Igbo unisex name meaning “God is the greatest” or “God is supreme”.
Origin: Japanese, Western African (Igbo)