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I love this name; it's so beautiful and unusual. There is a character in the anime Yuugiou with this name, and if the name means a golden flower, that explains why she got the name (her hair is bright golden blonde.) :)
Iridosmine  10/16/2006
A character in the series Avatar: the Last Airbender is called Mai.
slimmmeiske2  2/25/2008
Actually, her name is Mei. [this name is pronounced like "my"]

A famous bearer is Mai Hagiwara of Hello! Project & C-ute.
MaoLOVE  7/30/2008
Actually the character in "Avatar: the Last Airbender" does spell it "Mai" with an "A" not an "E." She pronounces it like the month "May."
missreader  8/14/2011
Estonian for May.
elilont  8/10/2008
There is a young woman on the anime Yu-Gi-Oh! with the name Mai. In the Japanese version, her full name is Mai Kujaku, which means "dancing peacocks". In the English dub, her name is Mai Valentine. Which is obviously a pun. Though, it's not a bad pun, it's kind of cool.
― Anonymous User  2/23/2010
Mai Kadowaki (born September 8, 1980) is a Japanese voice actress.
Buneary  3/15/2013
In Japanese, it is pronounced mah-ee. However, to English speakers, the name will sound like MIE ("my").
GoodNightingale  9/20/2013
This name is not pronounced like mah-ee in Japanese. It's pronounced similar to "my" but obviously not so American. The letters ai together make a unique sound. (Of course they don't separate the vowels from the consonants and the katakana is one character, with the m.) This happens a lot with names that end with I (though you must remember that this is transcribed into English letters.) Names like Rei aren't pronounced Reh-ee either, it's more like "ray" like a ray of sunshine.
EkiAku  11/25/2013
The first kanji used for Mai (舞) was given to 95 boys from 1989-2003 (61 of whom were born in 1989) compared to 18801 girls born in the same period.

m4yb3_daijirou  3/8/2015
Mai or My means "beloved, dear daughter" in Hmong. It is used commonly as a female first name.
― Anonymous User  5/5/2015
Mai Nakamura is a former backstroke swimmer from Japan. At the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Nakamura won the silver medal in the 100m Backstroke and a bronze medal as part of the Women's Relay Team for the 4x100 Medley.
lilolaf  2/22/2017
Mai Nakamura is a Japanese synchronized swimmer. She competed in the women's team event at the 2012 Olympic Games.
lilolaf  2/22/2017
Mai Asada is a Japanese former competitive figure skater. She won two gold medals on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series and placed fourth at the 2003 and 2004 World Junior Championships. She made her senior international debut at the 2006 Four Continents Championships, where she placed sixth.
cutenose  2/25/2017
Mai Satoda is a member of the Hello! Project group Country Musume, singer, model and talent. Satoda was discovered by Tanaka during a baseball game in Japan. She is also a member of Hello! Project's futsal team, Gatas Brilhantes H.P. She has released one self-titled solo photobook and also a single, "Oyaji no Kokoro ni Tomotta Сhīsana Hi" (オヤジの心に灯った小さな火?) with the comedian duo, Fujioka Fujimaki. In early 2007, Satoda was added to the unit Pabo (Korean: 바보, fool) along with Suzanne and Yukina Kinoshita, created by the Fuji TV's quiz show Quiz! Hexagon II. The group released the single "Koi no Hexagon", used as the show's closing theme. She was later added to the group Ongaku Gatas.
cutenose  2/26/2017
Mai Kuraki, born October 28, 1982 as Mai Aono, is a Japanese pop and R&B singer-songwriter and producer from Funabashi, Chiba. Kuraki debuted in 1999 with the single, "Love, Day After Tomorrow". In 2000, she released her debut album, Delicious Way, which debuted at number-one and sold over 2, 210, 000 copies in its first week. Kuraki is one of a few female artists in Japan to have their first four studio albums to debut at the top of the Oricon album chart.
cutenose  4/16/2017
Mai Mihara is a Japanese competitive figure skater. She is the 2017 Four Continents champion, 2016 Skate America bronze medalist, 2016 CS Nebelhorn Trophy champion, and 2016–17 Japanese national bronze medalist.
lilolaf  5/18/2017

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