Female, Japanese, M names, Nature, Virtues/Attributes

Mayu

Mayu is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used such as: ma 真 "true; reality; Buddhist sect" + yu 優 "tenderness, gentleness; good, excellent, superior" (真優); ma 満 "full; fullness; enough; satisfy" + yu 夕 "evening" (満夕); ma 真 "true; reality; Buddhist sect" + yu 由 "cause, reason; from, arising from" (真由); ma 真 "true; reality; Buddhist sect" + yu 夕 "evening" (真夕); ma 茉 "white jasmine"… Continue reading Mayu

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Apple/Apple tree, Elements, Female, Japanese, M names, Mythology, Names from Shakespeare's plays, Nature, Physical Attributes, Proto-Indo-European, Roman mythology, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Marina

Marina is the feminine form of Marinus, an Ancient Roman name meaning "of the sea" or "belonging to the sea", derived from a PIE root word *móri- (sea, ocean; body of water), though Marinus could also be derived from Marius which could be derived from Latin mas meaning “male” or Latin mare meaning “sea”. It could also be derived from Mars, the… Continue reading Marina

Animals, Birds, Female, Hindu mythology, Japanese, M names, Male, Mythology, Night/Evening, Numbers, Peacock, Place names, Sanskrit, Sound, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes

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

A names, Basque, Elements, Female, Japanese, Kin/Family, Nature, Night/Evening, Place names, Sky/Heavens, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Amaya

Amaya is a Basque and Spanish female name, a variant spelling of Amaia meaning "the end" in Basque, as well as a surname derived from a place name. Amaia is also a Greek name, used as an epithet for the goddess Demeter possibly meaning "without a midwife" or "not yet delivered" from prefix a- (without) and maia (mother, nurse, midwife, lady). Amaya may… Continue reading Amaya

Ancient Egyptian, Astronomy, Earth, Female, Greek, Greek mythology, Hebrew, Hindu mythology, Japanese, Latin, M names, Male, Maori, Mythological creatures, Mythology, Nature, Night/Evening, Numbers, Nymphs, Roman mythology, Sanskrit, Stars/Constellation, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Water

Maya, Maia

Maya is the name of the Mayan civilization and its people, a Mesoamerican civilization that stretched out in southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemela, El Salvador, and Honduras, though it's of unknown meaning.  Maya is also an Indian girl's name meaning "illusion" or "magic" in Sanskrit, featuring as a concept in Hinduism and Buddhism. In Hindu mythology,… Continue reading Maya, Maia