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

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Dana

Dana is an English unisex name though it has multiple origins and meanings. As an English given name it's derived from a surname, a variant of Dane, referring to someone who came from Denmark or had Danish descent. It could also be a variant of D'Aunay, a Huguenot French name derived from several place names in France called Aunay, … Continue reading Dana

Ara

Ara is the Latin word for "altar" as well as the name of a constellation in the southern hemisphere. According to Greek mythology, it received its name when the Greek gods overthrew the Titans and the smoke from the altar was what the Milky Way represented. Other possible meanings in Latin are "refuge" and "protection, … Continue reading Ara

Vidya

Vidya is an Indian unisex name meaning "knowledge, science, learning", "correct knowledge", "clarity", coming from the same root word as Veda from Sanskrit vetti (to know, to understand) from Proto-Indo-European root word *weyd (to see). It's also one of the epithets of the Hindu goddess Sarasvati (also spelled Saraswati). Origin: Sanskrit Variants: Widya (Indonesian)  

Veda

Veda is an Indian female name meaning "knowledge, understanding", "true knowledge", "knowledge of ritual" or "sacred knowledge, sacred lore" deriving from Sanskrit vetti (to know, to understand) whic comes from the root word vid (to know) from Proto-Indo-European root word *weyd (to see). The Vedas are the oldest sacred texts of Hinduism. There are four Vedas: Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda, and the … Continue reading Veda