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This is a list of submitted names in which an editor of the name is liyahaa.
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Akala f Hawaiian
Probably from Hawaiian ākala meaning "pink".
Aleksė f Lithuanian
Short form of Aleksandra.
Arėjas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Ares.
Arenita f Popular Culture
Diminutive of Spanish arena meaning “sand” (see Arena). This is the name of Sandy Cheeks in the Spanish dub of SpongeBob SquarePants (1999-).
Aske m Frisian, Danish
Variant of Asker and Frisian short form of names containing as- and ask-.
Astas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian masculine form of Asta.
Bell f & m English
Transferred use of the surname Bell 1.
Dimitrijus m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Demetrius.
Džeinė f Lithuanian (Rare)
Lithuanian form of Jane, from the English pronunciation.
Emilė f Lithuanian
Variant form of Emilija.
Ethela f English
Variant of Ethel.
Irutė f Lithuanian
Diminutive form of Irena.
Jaimito m Spanish
Diminutive of Jaime 1.
Jaskari m Finnish
Western Finnish variant of Jaska.
Jeneva f English
Variant of Geneva.
Jónasína f Icelandic
Feminine form of Jónas.
Jonė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Jonas 1.
Jouki m & f Finnish (Rare)
Variant of Jouko as well as a feminine form.
Joulu m & f Finnish (Rare)
Means "Christmas" in Finnish.
Joutsa m Finnish
Possibly from Finnish jousi meaning “bow”.
Junio m Spanish (Latin American, Rare)
Spanish form of Junius. It also means “June” in Spanish.
Junka m Sami
Sami form of Jonas 2.
Junsei m Japanese
From Japanese 純正 (junsei) meaning "genuine".
Juonas m Finnish (Rare)
Eastern Finnish variant of Joonas.
Juunas m Finnish (Rare)
Northern Finnish variant of Joonas.
Kalnė f Lithuanian
Feminine form of Kalnius.
Kalnius m Lithuanian
From Lithuanian kalnas meaning "mountain".
Kamika f & m Hindi
Possibly means "desired, beloved, wished for".
Karlas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Karl.
Kastehelmi f Finnish
Derived from Finnish kastehelmi "dewdrop", ultimately from kaste "dew" and helmi "pearl".
Kauno m Finnish
From Finnish kaunis meaning "beautiful".
Kleone f Ancient Greek
In Greek mythology, Kleone was the Naiad Nymph of the spring, well or fountain of the town of Kleonai (Cleonae) in Argos-Sikyonia, southern Greece. She was a daughter of the river-god Asopos.
Laumė f Lithuanian, Baltic Mythology
Lithuanian form of Lauma.
Ligitas m Latvian, Lithuanian
Masculine form of Ligita.
Loola f Finnish, Swedish
Finnish variant of Lola.
Luai m Arabic
Variant transcription of لؤي (see Luay).
Lubow f Polish, Russian (Polonized), Ukrainian (Polonized)
Polish transliteration of Любовь and Любов (see Lubov).
Manttu f Finnish
Variant of Mantu.
Maripaz f Spanish
Contraction of María and Paz 1, taken from the Spanish title of the Virgin Mary María de la Paz meaning "Mary of the Peace".
Maripí f Spanish
Short form of María Pilar or María del Pilar.
Maripili f Spanish
Diminutive of María del Pilar.
Martavious m African American (Modern)
Combination of the phonetic element mar with the suffix -tavious from Octavius, sharing a sound with names such as Jaquavious and Marquavious.
Melton m English
Probably a variant of Milton.
Narūnas m Lithuanian
From Lithuanian narus meaning "agile, fast".
Noona f Finnish
Finnish form of Nona 1.
Osmo m Finnish
From a poetic term meaning "fiancé" or "young man", called both osmo and osma in Finnish.
Peitsa m Finnish
Meaning unknown. Possibly from Finnish peitsi meaning "lance" and “pace (gait of a horse)”.
Penelopė f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Penelope.
Pusheen f Popular Culture
From Irish piscín meaning "kitten". It is the name of a popular animated kitten who became famous on Tumblr. She was created by Claire Belton and Andrew Duff in 2010, and has since grown into an empire of toys, books, and other characters.
Rima f Lithuanian
Short form of names beginning with Rim-, like Rimtautė and Rimgailė.
Rossitza f Obscure (?)
Variant of Rositsa used mainly outside of Bulgaria.
Sali f Thai
From Thai สาลี meaning "wheat".
Sali f Welsh
Diminutive of Sarah (see Sally). This is the name of Welsh children’s book and television character Sali Mali.
Sasu m Finnish
Finnish dialectal variant of Saska and diminutive of Salomon.
Sėlija f Baltic Mythology, Lithuanian
In Lithuanian mythology, this is the name of one of the daughters of Saulė.
Sphere m English (Rare)
Probably from the English word sphere, ultimately from Greek σφαῖρα (sphaira) meaning "globe, ball". Two famous bearers of this name are American jazz pianist Thelonious Sphere Monk (1917-1982) and his son Thelonious Sphere "T... [more]
Sycamore m English (Rare)
From the English word sycamore for various types of trees, ultimately from Greek συκόμορος (sūkomoros) meaning "fig-mulberry".
Vilkė f Lithuanian (Rare)
Means "she-wolf" in Lithuanian.
Vilnius m Lithuanian (Rare)
From the name of the Lithuanian capital, named after the Vilnia River, ultimately from vilnis meaning "wave".