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Aya 1
Gender Feminine
Usage Baoulé

Meaning & History

Derived from Baoulé ya "Friday", referring to the day of the week on which the child was born and hence to be understood as "born on Friday".
Added 3/3/2012 by Samantha
Edited 9/4/2022 by Frollein Gladys, Destry, Sofia and more

Aya 2

Aya 3
Gender Feminine
Usage Hebrew
Scripts איה(Hebrew)
Pronounced Pron. /a.ˈja/  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Directly taken from Hebrew אַיָּה (ayá) meaning "honey buzzard".
Added 5/26/2017 by anonymous
Edited 3/24/2021 by Destry, HL and Sofia

Aya 4
3. usages AND description are verified
Gender Feminine
Usage Kazakh
Scripts Ая(Kazakh) ايا(Kazakh Arabic)
Pronounced Pron. /ɑ.ˈjɑ/  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Means "canopy, shelter, hideout" in Kazakh. It may also be derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon".
Added 3/23/2021 by HL

Aya 5
Gender Feminine & Masculine
Usage Cherokee
Pronounced Pron. A-yuh  [key]
Other Forms FormsAyah

Meaning & History

Aya in the Cherokee language is a term for one's self. Usually used as "I" or "Me". If a family member uses this for someone it would me that they see a bit of themself in that person and it would be meant as a compliment.It is also a type of fern that is known as a symbol of endurance and resourcefulness. The fern is a hardy plant that can grow in difficult places.
Added 11/5/2021 by Asraine Archeron
Edited 12/15/2022 by Mike C

See Also

Aya 1, Aya 2, Aya 3