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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Jana

Jana is a multicultural name with several possible meanings: it is the Latinized form of Jane, the feminine form of John which comes from Hebrew male name Yochanan meaning “Yahweh is gracious”; Jana is also the Czech, Slovak, Dutch, German, Slovene, and Catalan feminine form of Jan, a variant form of Johannes which also derives from John;  it's also the Serbian and Croatian form of Ana, a … Continue reading Jana

Hibiki

Origin: Japanese 響 (Japanese kanji) Hibiki "sound, echo" Meaning: Hibiki is a Japanese unisex name (as well as a word) which means "sound, echo" though it's likely to have other meanings depending on the kanji used. It's also a surname though whether it has the same meaning as the given I don't know. Japanese names … Continue reading Hibiki