PRONOUNCED: AHR-yah [key]
Meaning & History
Variant of IRJA
. The Finnish poet Eino Leino used it in his poem 'Arja and Selinä' (1916), though belonging to a male character.
OTHER LANGUAGES: Eirene, Irene (Ancient Greek), Irina (Bulgarian), Irena, Ena (Croatian), Irena, Irenka (Czech), Irene (Danish), Irena (Dutch), Irene (English), Irène (French), Iria (Galician), Irina, Irine (Georgian), Irene (German), Eirene, Irene (Greek Mythology), Irén (Hungarian), Eireen (Irish), Irene (Italian), Irena (Lithuanian), Irina (Macedonian), Irene (Norwegian), Irena, Irenka (Polish), Irene, Iria (Portuguese), Irina (Romanian), Irina, Arina, Arisha, Ira, Irinushka (Russian), Irena (Serbian), Irena (Slovene), Irene (Spanish), Irene (Swedish), Iryna (Ukrainian) |