My middle name! I think this name is quite sweet. I can't decide if I like Maya or Maja more, they're pretty much the same.
Pretty, but reminds me of the word "manja" in my native language, which means "spoiled". However, I know they are pronounced differently.
Gorgeous! I was almost named this.
Usages: HungarianPronunciation: mah-YAH(Information from name #349718 originally submitted by user epresvanilia)
Also Polish:
This is the prettiest name I have ever heard.
Also Hungarian:
You'll find numerous bearers on social media.
Also used in Hungary. Pronounced: MAW-yaw.
It's cute, but I find it a bit boring. I knew a lot of girls named Maja/Maya/Maia in high school, and to me it has started to feel as blank and stale as the likes of Emily and Alyssa. Other than this, it's a nice name.
The name is also used in Iceland.
I've heard it pronounced as MY-AH.
Czech actress Sabina Laurinová and her partner doctor Karel Kameník have a daughter Maja Kameníková.
I've heard Maja be used as a nickname for Madeleine.
Such a pretty, sweet little name! Maja is also (widely) used in Hungary; at least for the last couple of years. It was #37 in 2009, up 15 spaces from 2008! :) I really like popular names.
When I was little, I watched a program which had Maja, the Bee in it. :)
Currently, I would like to name my little daughter Maja Panna. Those names are SO darling together! Hungarian names are so beautiful, if one fully knows how to pronounce them!
Used in the Republic of Macedonia, pronounced May-uh.
One of many of Zeus`s wives.
Why the lower rating for this name? I think it's pretty and certainly deserves "good" as opposed to "above average."
Many Germans associate this name with an animated cartoon for kids they grew up with. It is about a young bee called Maja. However, this does not prevent them from using this name, so it must be a positive association.
In Czechia the name had been made popular by cartoon character 'Včelka Mája' which was popular in the 1980s and 1990s.
'Maja' is known as well in Albanian language. The name is used for females and the meaning in English is the spike, or the apex, the point, the summit, the tip, the top.
Maja Ivarsson is the singer for the Swedish band The Sounds. She is a very talented, beautiful woman and the band makes some of the best music today. You should check them out.
Pronounced MAH-yah in Germany.
Quite popular lately.
In Poland the name had been made popular by cartoon & cartoon character 'Pszczó³ka Maja' which was popular in the 1980s and 1990s. She's a bee.
This was used to describe a female member of the Madrid artistic scene in the early 19th century, who was well-spoken and wore elaborate clothing, although they came from the lower classes. The word today survives in modern Spanish meaning "pretty" or "nice-looking".

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