||Sofia (Authenticated as Sofia)
||October 13, 2010 at 2:27:37 PM
||Zorya by dramaelf
It's pronounced like it's written 'zor-YAH'.
As far as I know it means dawn (see Zora
). It is possible that it's derived from an Old Slavic word for star, but it's not a modern word for star in any Slavic language I'm familiar with (Croatian, Slovenian, Serbian, Russian).
My name book lists Zorya as a variation of Zora
I looked it up and Russian for dawn is заре (zarje), star is звезда (zvezda -same as in Serbian, in Croatian it's zvijezda).
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