Aika is a Japanese female name meaning “love song, love poem” from Japanese 愛 (love, affection) and 歌 (song, poetry). Other meanings include: ai 藍 (indigo, blue) and ka 佳 (beautiful, good, auspicious); ka 香 (fragrance); ka 加 (add, addition, increase); and ka 可 (permitted, allowed), although there are many other meanings depending on the kanji used. Aiko is another variant of the name with the ko (子) ending meaning “child”, and Ai can also be used on its own as a given name.
Aika is also a Finnish word meaning “age, time”, as well as having once been the ancient name of what is now Troia, a town in southern Italy.
Origin: Japanese, Finnish