Aina

Aina is a female given name in various cultures and therefore has various meanings depending on its origin: in Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish, Aina is a variant of Aino meaning “the only one”, though aina is also a Finnish adverb meaning “always”. In the Finnish epic Kalevala, it’s the name of a girl who drowns herself when…

Asa

Asa is a Hebrew male name meaning “doctor, healer”; in the Old Testament, it was the name of the third king of Judah who reversed all the problems he inherited when he became king. Asa is also a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: asa 朝 “morning”; asa 旦 “morning; dawn; daybreak”;…

Naya

Naya is a very multicultural name with various meanings. The most common one I keep seeing is that it is a variant of Nia which could be from Swahili meaning “purpose”, “will”, or “resolve”, though it may also be a Welsh form of Irish Niamh meaning “bright”; Naya is also an Arabic female name deriving from Persian nay/ney,…

Caifeng

Caifeng is a Chinese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the characters used: cǎi 彩 “color; variegated” + feng 鳳 “phoenix”;  cái 財 “fortune; wealth; valuables” + feng 鳳 “phoenix” Spelled Kaifeng 开封 it’s the name of a city in Henan, China as well as a few other places. Origin: Chinese  

Noa

Noa is a Hebrew female name, the strictly feminine form of Noah meaning “motion”, as well as also being a Spanish surname derived from the given name. Noa is also a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: it’s made up with Japanese no (乃), a possessive article combined with a (愛) “affection, love”;…