Mayura

Mayura comes from Sanskrit mayūra (मयूर) meaning "peacock", an Indian male name. In Hindu mythology, the peacock is a sacred bird believed to have been created from the feathers of the Garuda, also a legendary bird in HIndu myth. Mayura is also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "cocoon + … Continue reading Mayura

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Teigo

Teigo is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as: "happiness; blessed; good fortune; auspicious + I; my; our; one's own" (禎吾); "determine; fix; establish; decide + enlightenment; perceive; discern; realize; understand" (定悟); Teigo is also a word meaning "emperor's name", a posthumous name given to Japanese … Continue reading Teigo

Yara

Yara is a female name with multiple origins and meanings: Yara is a Persian female name meaning "courage, strength, power" from Persian yâvar (strength, power), a cognate of Avestan zāvar (strength, power); it's also a Turkish word meaning "wound"; it's a Hebrew female name meaning "honeycomb" or "honeysuckle" though it may also be related to Hebrew ya'ar יַעַר meaning "forest, woods, woodland"; … Continue reading Yara

Tomoyo

Tomoyo is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "wisdom; knowledge; intellect; reason + generation; world; society" (智世); "ethics; companion + generation; world; society" (倫世); "to know; wisdom + generation; world; society" (知世); "wisdom; knowledge; intellect; reason + substitute; change; convert; world; society" (智代); "friend + generation; world; … Continue reading Tomoyo

Miho

Miho is a Croatian male name, a short form of Mihovil, the Croatian form of Michael, or Mihael, the Croatian and Slovene form of Michael, a Hebrew male name meaning "who is like God?", a rhetorical question implying there is no one like God. Miho is also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "beauty; beautiful+ … Continue reading Miho

Sukey

Sukey originally came about as a nickname for Susan or Susannah, which comes from Hebrew name Shoshannah meaning “lily”; it also means “rose” in modern Hebrew. It may ultimately be derived from Egyptian sšn meaning “lotus”. It could also be a variant spelling of Tsuki, a Japanese word and name meaning "moon" (月) though it's also used as a karate term meaning "thrust" (突き). Suki … Continue reading Sukey

Roku

Roku is a Japanese word meaning "six" (六) and can be used as a nickname for Rokuro, a male name meaning "six son" (六郎), used for a sixth son. Origin: Japanese Variants: Rokuro (Japanese) Rokurou (Japanese)  

Honoka

Honoka is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "harmony; Japanese style; peace; soften; Japan + flower" (和花); "ear; ear (grain); head; crest (wave) + flower" (穂花); "ear; ear (grain); head; crest (wave) + incense; smell; perfume" (穂香); "sail + from; possessive article; whereupon; accordingly + incense; smell; … Continue reading Honoka

Kenta

Kenta is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "healthy; health; strength; persistence + plump; thick; big around" (健太); "build + plump; thick; big around" (建太); Written in hiragana it's けんた. Nicknames: Ken Origin: Japanese    

Rio

Rio has two separate origins and meanings. The first is that it is a Spanish and Portuguese word and place name meaning "river" derived from Latin rivus (brook, small stream) which comes from Proto-Indo-European *h₃er- (to flow, to move). It's also a Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian surname derived from the given name referring to someone who lived near … Continue reading Rio