I may be completely univolved in this forum, but I thought I would add my $0.02. "Rayne" has been found in Welsh writings as far back as the 13th century, and as far as anyone can tell, it has similar meaning to the French, being "Queen". N'Kara seems to be a Portugese name to me, but I could be mistaken. "N'" is a shortened way of saying "Na", which means from. I have seen "Rayne and N'Kara" in reference to 2 hotels in Turkey, as well.
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