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Sora is a character in the fangame Super Danganronpa Another 2. She is the protagonist of the game.
Micinbottle  8/10/2019
kayisforkeen  9/18/2018
From idol game experience, I can name Sora harukawa from enstars and Sora ohara from tsukipara...
soaraluvr69  3/10/2018
One of the very few names that I think fits a boy and a girl perfectly.
Luvbug86  2/24/2018
Sora Kawai was a Japanese poet of the seventeenth century (early Edo period). He was a disciple of one of the four classic Japanese haiku masters: Matsuo Bashō.
cutenose  6/23/2017
Sora is the brother of Shiro from No Game No Life. (kids under 18 plz don't watch)
Kuroba-Kaito  3/29/2017
Sora Amamiya is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She is affiliated with Music Ray'n. While a sophomore in high school, Amamiya was introduced to a video collection of roles of voice actress Miyuki Sawashiro. Following this, Amamiya decided to become a voice actress. Amamiya, together with Momo Asakura and Shiina Natsukawa, passed an audition held by Music Ray'n in 2011, with the three making their voice acting debut in 2012.[4] Her first lead role was Kaori Fujimiya in the 2014 anime television series One Week Friends, where she also performed the series' ending theme "Kanade" (奏(かなで)?, lit. "Symphony"), a cover of a 2004 single by Sukima Switch. She also played the role of Akame in the anime television series Akame ga Kill which premiered in July 2014. She made her official music debut for Music Ray'n by performing Akame ga Kill's opening theme "Skyreach". In late 2014, Amamiya, Asakura, and Natsukawa formed the music unit TrySail, which released its first single "Youthful Dreamer", used as the opening theme to the anime television series Ultimate Otaku Teacher, on May 13, 2015. Amamiya, together with Reina Ueda and Aya Suzaki, received the Best New Actress award at the 9th Seiyu Awards in March 2015.
cutenose  2/23/2017
Lee So-ra is a professional South Korean tennis player playing in the ITF Women's Circuit. On May 13, 2013, she reached her highest WTA singles ranking of 326. On July 22, 2013, she also reached her highest WTA doubles ranking of 344. She advanced to the second round of a WTA event at the 2012 Hansol Korea Open for the first time of her career when Maria Kirilenko retired at 1–1 in their match.
lilolaf  2/18/2017
Sora Amamiya is a Japanese voice actress and singer. She is affiliated with Music Ray'n.
lilolaf  2/17/2017
A fictional bearer of this name is Sora, the main male protagonist of the light novel No Game, No Life.
cutenose  1/2/2017
Sora Tokui (徳井 青空, Japanese order Tokui Sora) is a voice actress/seiyuu. She voices the character Nico Yazawa from Love Live!
goldentimelover  6/11/2016
Sora sounds more feminine to me than masculine- it also sounds more like a middle name. It reminds me of 'sorrel', which is a term for a reddish-brown horse.
Saying that you can't name your child something Japanese is like saying you can't name your child Sarah because of the Hebrew origin; if you have that opinion, then I hope your child(ren) only have names like Wayne and Raven.
― Anonymous User  1/26/2016
I love the name Sora! The name Sora makes me think of the main character Sora in Kingdom Hearts and the character Sora in Digimon. It suits both genders perfectly fine. :D I love that the origin of this name is Japanese as I adore Japanese names. ^_^
― Anonymous User  12/19/2014
The name Sora was given to 51 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/19/2013
No thanks. I'd rather not have my name associated with a video game character. I do like Kingdom Hearts, but it would be kind of ridiculous to name your kid Sora after the main character, especially if you're not Japanese.
Buneary  2/25/2013
I think it's fine on either gender, unlike some other "unisex" names today. It sounds boyish and brave, and yet at the same time, it's pretty and soft. It truly is a unisex name.
Black_X  10/16/2011
I think this is beautiful, as is the meaning.
Joy12  4/30/2011
In Naruto Shippuden there is a character named Sora.
sailormars  7/11/2010
It is a male or female name, my girlfriend who is named Sora is often mistaken for male if by just her name.
Niji_Usagi  1/7/2010
I prefer Sora as a boy's name but it is good as a girl's name. Maybe it's because it has grow on me since I have played KH.
Milena Scialfa  12/31/2009
Awesome name. I like it a lot. A friend of mine has a boy ferret with this name, inspired by Kingdom Hearts. I thought it was cute and can be a person/animal/boy's name.
_0TophasNails_1  12/15/2008
I like this name better for a girl, but it's generally a good name for either gender. The meaning is very nice also.
Samantha-chan  3/24/2008
Hashiba Sora (Sora Hashiba in Western order) is a character in the Japanese light novel 'Suki na Mono wa Suki Dakara Shôganai!' a.k.a 'Sukisho' (it has also been made into an anime, several games, etc.)
He is the main character and cannot recall his childhood. He has an alter ego named Yoru, who is shrew, flirtatious, and in love with Ran (Sunao's alter ego).
― Anonymous User  6/28/2007
I love this name, it is so cool. It is cool as a guy or girls name I think. I've heard of it on Kingdom Hearts as a guy and Digimon as a girl and think the name suits them both well. It is well-rounded for any gender.
― Anonymous User  5/11/2007
Sora (also known as porzana carolina) are a species of bird that are common in marshy areas of North America.
SSF  5/6/2007
I like the name Sora a lot. I first heard it as a female name in "Digimon" and later in "Kingdom Hearts" as a male name. I think it makes a much better female name, in my opinion.
AliceInWonderland  1/30/2007
Sora means seashell in Korean and is a feminine name.
Master_Kirby  7/11/2006
Actually I am named Sora. It's a family tradition to name to first child (boy or girl) Sora. I'm a female but my cousin is a male and it's also his name.
― Anonymous User  6/2/2006
The only place I've ever heard this name was on "Kingdom Hearts" and that character was male.
Arowen Half-Elven  1/18/2006
As for Kingdom Hearts, it isn't real life, don't apply that bearer to Japanese culture.
KaiSilvaPhantom  1/10/2007
Sora also means fighter or one who goes to war. It means to go to war to save your country.
tommybabe  1/6/2006
It doesn't seem like a very common name in Japan, but possible, I believe. Young people these days are getting into using different names, so you never know what trends might come up in the next few years. "Ko" is becoming a rather rare ending for female names rather than being practically standard like it used to be. Now it's more often "e" (ay) or "mi" or "ki" or "ka" or maybe "na" or "no".
abbasdaughter  12/25/2005
I personally like the name Sora, but it can be used on men too. It is more common for females to have this name but keep in mind that it can a guy's name too.
satsukikitsune  8/6/2005
One of the main characters in the TV series "DIGIMON digital monsters".
6diablesse6  7/22/2005
Sora is the main character on the videogame "Kingdom Hearts".
― Anonymous User  7/11/2005

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