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Toyah can also be a variant of Toya, like actress/rockstar Toyah Willcox.
name_obsession  5/25/2005
According to Richard Woods's Hispanic First Names, Toya is a pet form of Victoria or Custodia among Mexican-Americans. [noted -ed]
clevelandkentevans  9/19/2005
I love my name. I feel good about my name. It tells a whole lot of stuff. To me I think my name has a lot of confidence, loyalty, bravery, kindness and a good personality.
Latoya Bolden  11/16/2005
My first name is Toya. I read up and found that it means; short or to the point, described as a straight-shooter. I've most identified with this meaning. I am abrupt; yet sincere.
Mz Dean  8/17/2008
Sorry, but this name reminds me of someone who would be loud and ghetto.
Honeyrose  10/25/2008
This is an ugly, ghetto name. I hate these pseudo-Spanish names used by Hispanic Americans. At least use a Spanish or Native American name that's used in an actual Latin American country. If you want to name your daughter Victoria, just call her Vicky, Tori, or even Victoria by itself.
bananarama  10/9/2009
Toya is one of the nicknames for Victoria. Toya and Victoria are Latin names. My first name is Victoria. Toya is the name that Latoya came from.
earthangel  3/6/2011
“Toya” (not to be confused with “Touya,” which has a completely different spelling and pronunciation) although rare, is used as a boy’s name or surname in Japan. It combines the kanji for “constellation” (斗) and “arrow” (矢).
― Anonymous User  7/29/2012
Last given to 7 baby girls born in the USA (2010) and last given to 5 baby boys born in the USA (1976).
lilolaf  2/8/2017

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