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This is a list of submitted names in which the meaning contains the keywords moon or lunar.
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ABYLAY m Kazakh
Combination of ABYL with the Kazakh noun ай (ay) meaning "moon". As such, the meaning of this name is basically "father of the moon".... [more]
ADINAY f Kyrgyz
Derived from Persian آدینه (âdine) meaning "Friday" combined with Kyrgyz ай (ay) meaning "moon".
ADZUMI f Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (a) meaning "love, affection", 月 (dzu) meaning "moon" combined with 心 (mi) meaning "heart, mind, soul". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AGHARNA m Sanskrit
Means "the moon" in Sanskrit.
AIBALA f Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh aй (ai) meaning "moon" and бала (bala) meaning "child". Some provide the meaning as "like the moon" or "beautiful like the moon".
AIBANU f Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and Persian بانو (bânu) meaning "lady, woman".
AIBARSHA f Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and барша (barsha) "fabric, brocade, cloth" (of Persian origin).
AIBERGEN m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and the past tense of беруге (beruge) "to give".
AIBOL m Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and бол (bol) meaning "to be, to occur".
AIBOLAT m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and болат (bolat) meaning "steel" (of Persian origin).
AIDAMIR m Circassian, Chechen
From Turkish ay meaning "moon, month" combined with demir "iron".
AIDANA f Kazakh, Kyrgyz
From Kazakh and Kyrgyz ай (ay) meaning "moon" and дана (dana) meaning "wise" (of Persian origin).
AIDOS m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and дос (dos) meaning "friend".
AIGANYM f Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and ханым (khanym) meaning "mistress, madam, lady".
AIGIARN f Medieval Mongolian
Means "shining moon" in Mongolian. This is the name of one of Kublai Khan's nieces.
AIGLANOR m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek noun αἴγλη (aigle) meaning "light (of the sun or moon)" as well as "radiance" and "glory" (see AEGLE) combined with the Greek noun ἀνήρ (aner) meaning "man".
AIGOL f Tatar, Bashkir
From Tatar and Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with гөл (göl) "flower".
AI-MÖKÖ m Shor
Derived from Ай (ai) meaning "moon" and Мöкö (mökö) meaning "strong man".
AINAR m & f Kazakh
As a masculine name, it means "male moon" and is derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with Persian نر (nar) meaning "male, masculine" while as a feminine name, it means "fire moon" or "pomegranate moon" from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with Arabic نَار (nār) meaning "fire, flame, light" or Persian نار (nâr) meaning "pomegranate" (or also, "fire"; see AINARA).
AINARA f Kazakh (Rare)
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with Arabic نَار (nār) meaning "fire, flame, light" or Persian نار (nâr) meaning "pomegranate" (or also, "fire").
AINAZ f Persian, Turkish (Rare)
Combination of Turkish ay "moon" and Persian naz "pretty".
AIRA f Turkish
Perhaps means "moon" in Turkish
AISHOLPAN f Kazakh (Rare)
Derived from Kazakh ай ‎(ay) meaning "moon" combined with шолпан (sholpan) "Venus (the planet)".
AISULTAN m Kazakh (Rare)
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with Arabic سُلْطَان (sulṭān) meaning "sultan, king" (see SULTAN).
AISULU f Kazakh
Means "lunar beauty" from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and сұлу (sulw) "beautiful, beauty".
AITANA f Kazakh (Rare)
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with таң (tañ) meaning "dawn, daybreak", though it is also considered a variant of the name AIDANA.
AIZAT f & m Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tatar
Derived from Kazakh aй (ay) meaning "moon" and Persian زاده (zâde) "offspring, child". It is a feminine and masculine name in Kazakhstan, solely feminine in Kyrgyzstan, and solely masculine in Tatarstan.
AIZHAN f Kazakh
Means "moon soul" from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and жан (zhan) meaning "soul".
AIZHUREK f Kazakh (Rare)
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and жүрек (zhurek) meaning "heart".
AKATSUKI m & f Japanese (Rare), Popular Culture
From 暁 (akatsuki) meaning "dawn, daybreak," shifted from earlier akatoki, made up of 明 (aka) meaning "bright" and 時 (toki) meaning "time."... [more]
AKAY f & m Turkish
From Turkish ak, meaning "white" and ay, meaning "moon".
AKIMASA m Japanese
From Japanese 彰 (aki) meaning "obvious, clear" combined with 正 (masa) meaning "first (month of the lunar year)". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
AKINARI m Japanese
From the Japanese Kanji 秋 (aki) meaning "autumn" or 旺 (aki) meaning "prosperous; energic" combined with 成 (nari) meaning "to become". ... [more]
ALDYNAY f Tuvan
From Tuvan алдын (aldyn) meaning "golden" and ай (ay) meaning "moon".
ALKINA f Indigenous Australian, Yawaru
Means "moon" in the Yawaru language.
ALKMENOR m Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is derived from either the Greek adjective ἀλκμαῖος (alkmaios) meaning "young" or the Greek name Alkmene (see ALCMENE)... [more]
ALTALUNA f Medieval Italian
Derived from Italian alta, the feminine form of the adjective alto, meaning "high; deep; big; towering; elevated" and, when used in a poetic context, "grand; sublime; noble" and luna "moon".... [more]
ALTINAY f Karachay-Balkar
Means "golden moon" in Karachay-Balkar.
ALTYNAI f Kazakh, Kyrgyz
Means "golden moon" from Kazakh and Kyrgyz алтын (altyn) meaning "gold" and ай (ay) meaning "moon".
AMALOY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek amal meaning "influence, bewitch, charm" or the Arabic name Amal with oy meaning "moon".
AMANE m & f Japanese
From Japanese 亜 (a, ama) meaning "second, Asia", 愛 (a, ama) meaning "love, affection", 雨 (ama) meaning "rain", 海 (amane, ama) meaning "sea, ocean", 吾 (a) meaning "I, my, our, one's own", 周 (amane, ama) meaning "circumference, circuit, lap", 星 (ama) meaning "star", 天 (amane, ama) meaning "heavens, sky, imperial", 普 (amane) meaning "universal, wide(ly), generally", 遍 (amane) meaning "everywhere, times, widely, generally", 弥 (amane) meaning "all the more, increasingly" or 和 (amane) meaning "harmony, Japanese style, peace, soften, Japan", 真 (ma) meaning "true, reality", 麻 (ma) meaning "hemp, flax, numb", 万 (ma) meaning "ten thousand", 満 (ma) meaning "full, fullness, enough, satisfy", 茉 (ma) meaning "jasmine" or 舞 (ma) meaning "dance" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound", 弥 (ne) meaning "all the more, increasingly", 峰 (ne) meaning "summit, peak", 寧 (ne) meaning "rather, preferably, peaceful, quiet, tranquility", 嶺 (ne) meaning "peak, summit", 韻 (ne) meaning "rhyme, elegance, tone", 希 (ne) meaning "hope, beg, request, pray, beseech, Greece, dilute (acid), rare, few, phenomenal", 羽 (ne) meaning "feathers", 使 (ne) meaning "use, send on a mission, order, messenger, envoy, ambassador, cause" or 望 (ne) meaning "ambition, full moon, hope, desire, aspire to, expect"... [more]
AMZA f & m Abkhaz (Rare)
Means "moon, month" in Abkhaz.
AOMI f & m Japanese
From Japanese 葵 (ao) meaning "hollyhock, althea", 翠 (ao) meaning "green, kingfisher", 青, 蒼 (ao) meaning "blue", 碧 (ao) meaning "blue, green", 明 (ao, a) meaning "bright", 藍 (ao) meaning "indigo", 粟 (a) meaning "millet", 緒 (o) meaning "cord, strap", 百 (o) meaning "hundred" or 生 (o) meaning "live" combined with 海 (mi) meaning "sea, ocean", 巳 (mi), referring to the Snake, the sixth of the twelve Earthly Branches, 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful", 水 (mi) meaning "water", 実 (mi) meaning "fruit, good result, truth", 深 (mi) meaning "deep, heighten, intensify, strengthen", 望 (mi) meaning "ambition, full moon, hope, desire, aspire to, expect", 未 (mi) referring to the Sheep, the eighth of the twelve Earthly Branches, 魅 (mi) meaning "fascination, charm", 弥 (mi) meaning "all the more, increasingly", 洋 (mi) meaning "ocean" or 歩 (mi) meaning "walk"... [more]
AQLOY f Uzbek
Derived from aql meaning "mind, intelligence" and "smarts, common sense, advise" and oy meaning "moon".
ARAZIEL m Hebrew, Judeo-Christian Legend
Apparently means "light of God" or "moon of God" in Hebrew. This is the name of a fallen angel who was cast out of heaven by God for having relations with earthly women.
ARDHENDU m Indian, Bengali
Means "half moon" or "crescent moon" in Sanskrit. This is also the name of a constellation sometimes called अर्धचन्द्र (ardhacandra).
ÁRNÝ f Icelandic
Combination of ár ("year", "plenty, abundance" or "successful") and ("new moon").
ARUNA f Japanese
From Japanese 亜 (a) meaning "second, Asia" combined with 月 (runa) meaning "moon". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ASAKI m & f Japanese
From Japanese 朝 (asa) meaning "morning" combined with 月 (ki) meaning "moon" or 咲 (ki) meaning "blossom". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ASALOY f Uzbek
Derived from asal meaning "honey" and oy meaning "moon".
ASENEY f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar эсен (esen) meaning "healthy, happy, unharmed" and ай (ay) meaning "moon".
ATAMAHINA m & f Tongan
Means "rising of the moon" in Tongan.
ATZIRI f Yucatec Maya
Variant of ATHZIRI or ATHZIRI; Meaning "The most beautiful flower that lives in the water" or "Moon flower/moonflower"
AYĂMPI f Chuvash
Means "moon lady" in Chuvash.
AYARU f Kazakh (Rare)
Means "moon beauty", derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with ару (aru) "beauty".
AYBALA f Chuvash
Means "moonchild" in Chuvash, from Ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with бала (bala) meaning "child".
AYBƏNIZ f Azerbaijani
From Turkic ay meaning "moon" and Persian بانو (bânu) meaning "lady".
AYBATÏR m Bashkir
From Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and батыр (batïr) meaning "hero".
AYBEN f Turkish
Turkish feminine name derived from ay "moon" and ben "I", usually translated as "I am like the moon".... [more]
AYBIGE f Turkish
An alternate spelling of AYBÜKE, deriving from Turkish ay meaning "moon" combined with büke meaning "queen, woman".
AYBIKÄ f Bashkir
Combination of ай (ay) meaning "moon" and бикә (bikä), which is a Bashkir name element.
AYBORA m Turkish
Combination of Turkish ay "moon" and bora "storm, squall".
AYBÜKE f Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay "moon" and büke "queen, woman".
AYBULAT m Bashkir
Combination of Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and Persian پولاد (pulâd) meaning “steel”.
AYÇA f Turkish
Directly taken from Turkish ayça meaning "new moon" or "crescent".
AYCAN f & m Turkish
Combination of Turkish ay "moon" and can "soul, life, being".
AYCAYAQ f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar ай (ay) meaning "moon" and джаякъ (cayaq) meaning "cheek".
AYÇIQ f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar ай (ay) meaning "moon" and the diminutive suffix -чыкъ (çıq).
AYDAMIR m Circassian
From Turkic ay meaning "moon" and temür meaning "iron".
AYDAR m Bashkir, Tatar, Kazakh
Means "forelock, topknot", referring to the hairstyle worn by ancient Turkic warriors. Alternatively, it could be from Kazakh, Bashkir, and Tatar ай (ay) meaning "moon, month" combined with Arabic حَيْدَر‏ (ḥaydar) meaning "lion".
AY-DAŠ m Tuvan
Means "moon rock" in Tuvan.
AY-DEMIR m Tuvan
Means "moon iron" in Tuvan.
AYDEMIR m Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay meaning "moon" and demir meaning "iron".
AYDINÇ m & f Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay "moon" and dinç "vigorous".
AYDOĞAN f & m Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay "moon" and doğan “falcon”.
AYDOĞMUŞ m Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay "moon" and doğmuş "born".
AYDYN m & f Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with дин (din) meaning "religion, faith".
AYGÜZÄL f Bashkir
From the Bashkir aй (ay) meaning "moon" and гүзәл ( güzäl) meaning "beautiful".
AYHAN m & f Turkish
From Turkish ay meaning "moon" combined with han meaning "khan".
AYHILIW m Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with һылыу (hiliw) meaning "beautiful, beauty".
AYJIS f Western Yugur
Means "moon malachite" in Western Yugur.
AYKE f Karachay-Balkar
Means "small moon" in Karachay-Balkar.
AYKEREK f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar ай (ay) meaning "moon" and керек (kerek) meaning "instrument" or "necessary".
AYKÖMÖŠ f Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and көмөш (kömöš) meaning "silver".
AYKUT m Turkish
Means "lucky moon" in Turkish.
AYMÖLEK f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar ай (ay) meaning "moon" and Arabic ملك (malak) meaning "angel".
AYNAZA f Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and Persian نازی (nazi) meaning "sweet, coy".
AYQIZ f Karachay-Balkar
Means "moon girl" in Karachay-Balkar. This is another name of the mythological figure SATANAYA.
AYQOYAŠ f Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and ҡояш (qoyaš) meaning "sun".
AYSARY f Karakalpak
From Turkic ay meaning "moon".
AYSÄSÄK f Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and сәсәк (säsäk) meaning "flower".
AYSAULE f Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with сәуле (säule) "ray, halo, radiance".
AYŞEN f Turkish
Means "you are like the moon" in Turkish.
AYSEV f Turkish
Modern Turkish name taken from the common name element ay, meaning "moon" and sev, which could be taken from the words sevgi or sevmek meaning "love" and "to love" respectively... [more]
AYSHET f Circassian, Ingush
Adyghe and Ingush form of AISHA. It can also be derived from Turkish ay meaning "moon, month" combined with Persian شاد (šâd) meaning "glad, happy, cheerful"
AYSIBÄR f Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and сибәр (sibär) meaning "beautiful".
AYSILU f Tatar
Means "beauty as moon" in Tatar.
AYSULO f Mari
Derived from the Tatar ай (ay) meaning "moon" and сул (sul) meaning "beautiful".
AYSULPAN f Bashkir
Derived from Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and сулпан (sulpan) meaning "morning star".
AYSULUU f Kyrgyz
Kyrgyz cognate of AISULU, derived from ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with сулуу (suluu) meaning "beautiful".
AYSURAT f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar ай (ay) meaning "moon" and сурат (surat) meaning "picture".
AYTAŞ m Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay meaning "moon" and taş meaning "stone".
AYTEK m Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay meaning "moon" and tek meaning "one, only, single".
AYTEKIN m Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay "moon" and tekin "single".
AYTOLKYN f Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and толқын (tolqyn) meaning "wave".
AYTUNÇ m Turkish
Derived from Turkish ay meaning "moon" and tunç meaning "bronze".
AYTUUĞAN f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar ай (ay) meaning "moon" and туугъан (tuuğan) meaning "born".
AYÜN f Turkish
Modern Turkish name taking the common name element ay, meaning "moon" and the element ün, meaning "fame".
AYYUR m Berber
Means "moon" in Tamazight.
AYZANAT f Chechen, Dagestani
Derived from Turkic ay meaning "moon, month" combined with Persian زن (zan) meaning "woman, wife".
AYZERE f Kazakh (Rare)
Means "golden moon" from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with Persian زر (zar) meaning "gold".
AYZIRÄK f Tatar
From the Tatar aй (ay) meaning "moon" and зирәк (ziräk) meaning "gifted, clever".
AYZÖHRÄ f Bashkir
From the Bashkir ай (ay) meaning "moon" and Arabic زُهْرَة‎ (zuhra) meaning “Venus".
BADER m Arabic
Means "full moon" in Arabic.
BADR AL-DIN m Arabic
From Arabic بدر (badr) meaning "full moon" and دين (din) meaning "religion, faith".
BADROULBADOUR f Literature, Folklore
From Arabic بدر البدور‎ (Badr ul-Budūr) meaning "full moon of full moons" (see also BUDUR). This is the name of the princess in the Middle Eastern fairy tale 'Aladdin', one of the tales in the 'Arabian Nights'.
BADRUL m Arabic, Bengali, Malay, Indonesian
First part of compound Arabic names beginning with بدر ال (Badr al) meaning "full moon of the" (such as BADR AL-DIN).
BADR-UN-NISSA f Persian
The name of a Mughal princess meaning "full moon amongst women".
BAHOROY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek bahor meaning "spring" and oy meaning "moon".
BARDHANA f Albanian
Means "white moon" in Albanian, from bardhë "white" and hënë "moon".
BARTSALAY f Lezgin
Means "full moon" in Lezgin.
BASOY f Uzbek
From the Uzbek bas meaning "enough, stop" and oy meaning "moon".
BÄZ̦ÄR f Bashkir
Means "moon" in Bashkir.
BEGIMAY f Kyrgyz
Derived from begum, the feminine form of the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master", combined with Kyrgyz ай (ay) meaning "moon".
BEJAMOY f Uzbek
From the Uzbek bejama meaning "decoration" and oy meaning "moon".
BERKAY m Turkish
Means "solid moon" in Turkish (in effect equal to "full moon"?), derived from berk "solid, firm, strong" and ay "moon".
BÉRYLUNE f Theatre
Perhaps an elaborated form of French béryl meaning "beryl", possibly blending it with the word lune "moon". This was used by the Belgian playwright and poet Maurice Maeterlinck for a fairy in his play 'The Blue Bird' (1908).
BIBIOY f Uzbek
From the Uzbek bibi meaning "mother, learned woman, authoritative woman" and oy meaning "moon".
BIBIQAMAR f Uzbek
From the Uzbek bibi meaning "mother, learned woman, authoritative woman" and qamar meaning "moon".
BORAMEY f Khmer
Means "day of the full moon" in Khmer.
BORGNÝ f Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic, Faroese
Combination of the Old Norse name elements borg "stronghold, fortification, castle" or bjǫrg "help, deliverance" and nýr "new; young; fresh" or "new moon, waxing moon".
BUACHAN f Lao
From Lao ບົວ (bua) meaning "lotus" or "fruit" and ຈັນ meaning "moon".
BULEUËN f Acehnese
Means "moon, month" in Acehnese.
BUNCHAN m & f Lao
From the Lao ບຸນ (bun) meaning "happiness", "goodness, virtue" or "fate, luck" and ຈັນ (chan) meaning "moon".
BURGUTOY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek burgut meaning "eagle" and oy meaning "moon".
BUWAN f & m Tagalog
Means "moon" in Tagalog. It is not often used as a given name.
CANAY f Karachay-Balkar
From the Persian جان (jan) meaning "soul" and Karachay-Balkar ай (ay) meaning "moon".
CANDRA m & f Indonesian
Means "moon" in Indonesian, ultimately from Sanskrit चन्द्र (chandra).
CANDRANINGSIH f Indonesian
Combination of Indonesian candra meaning "moon" and the given name NINGSIH.
CANDRAWATI f Indonesian
From Indonesian candra meaning "moon" combined with the feminine suffix -wati.
CÉLIMÈNE f Literature, Theatre, French (Rare)
This name was invented by Molière for his play "The Misanthrope" (17th century). Given that many characters in his play bear names that are obviously of Greek origin (or inspired by the Greek language), the name Célimène must then at least be partly Greek as well... [more]
CHAMENDRA m Sinhalese (Modern, Rare)
Means "the king of the moon".
CHANCHAI m Thai
From Thai จันทร์ (chan) meaning "moon" and ฉาย (chai) meaning "shine, illuminate".
CHANDIMA m Sinhalese
From Sanskrit चन्द्र (chandra) meaning "moon".
CHANDRAKALA f Indian, Kannada, Telugu
Derived from Sanskrit चन्द्र (candrá) meaning "moon".
CHANDRANAN m Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Assamese, Hindi, Marathi, Sindhi
Meaning "Handsome as a Moon" or "Beautiful as a Moon".
CHANDRASHEKHAR m Indian, Hindi, Marathi
From Sanskrit चन्द्र (candrá) meaning "moon" and शेखर (śekhara) meaning "crown, crest". This an epithet of the Hindu deity Shiva.
CHANDRAVATI f Indian, Hindi
From Sanskrit चन्द्र (chandra) meaning "moon" and वती (vati) meaning "having".
CHANPHEN f Thai
Means "full moon" from Thai จันทร์ (jan) meaning "moon" and เพ็ญ (pen) meaning "full (moon)".
CHANPHENG f Lao
Means "full moon" in Lao.
CHANSOM m & f Lao
From the Lao ຈັນ (chan) meaning "moon" and ໂສມ (som) meaning "form, appearance" or "pretty".
CHANTHA f & m Khmer, Thai, Lao
Derived from Khmer ចន្ទ (cɑn), Thai จันทร์ (jan), or Lao ຈັນ (chan) meaning "moon".
CHANTHABUN m & f Lao
From Lao ຈັນທະ (chantha) meaning "moon" and ບຸນ (bun) meaning "happiness", "goodness, virtue" or "fate, luck".
CHANTHARA f Thai
From Thai จันทร์ (chan) meaning "moon" and ธารา (thara) meaning "water, stream".
CHANTHI f Lao
Etymology uncertain, perhaps from Lao ຈັນ (chan) meaning "moon" and ທີ (thi) meaning "time".
CHÍA f New World Mythology
Pre-Columbian goddess of the moon.... [more]
DAL m Korean
Derived from the Korean word for "moon".
DALBIT f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
From native Korean 달빛 (dalbit) meaning "moonlight," from a combination of 달 (dal) meaning "moon" and BIT.
DAVAAJAV m & f Mongolian
Davaajav is an uncommon Mongolian name of Tibetan Buddhist origin that means "Moon of Deliverance." The modular translation of it is "Moon" (davaa) + "Deliverance" ( -jav ). This is likely a reference to the bodhisattva "Moon of Deliverance" described in the Flower Garland Sutra of the Mahayana School of Buddhism.
DAVLATOY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek davlat meaning "country" or "wealth, fortune, happiness" and oy meaning "moon".
DAVRONOY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek davron meaning "ages, epochs" and oy meaning "moon".
DEMIRAY m Turkish
Means "iron moon" in Turkish.
DOLUNAY m & f Turkish
Means "full moon" in Turkish.
DONOMA f Omaha-Ponca
Means "sight of the sun" in Omaha–Ponca, from Omaha dóⁿbe "to see, look at, perceive" and miⁿ "sun, moon".
DOUANGDEUANE f Lao (Rare)
Means "moon" in Lao (see the Thai cognate DUANGDUEAN).
DUANGCHAN f & m Thai, Lao
Means "moon" in Thai and Lao. It is only used as a feminine name in Thailand while it is unisex in Laos.
DUANGDUEAN f Thai
Means "moon" in Thai.
DUEAN f Thai
Means "moon, month" in Thai.
DUEANCHAI f Thai
From Thai เดือน (duean) meaning "moon, month" and ชัย (chai) meaning "victory".
DUEANPHEN f Thai
From Thai เดือน (duean) meaning "moon, month" and เพ็ญ (phen) meaning "full (moon)".
DUONGCHHANN f Khmer
Means "disc, sphere of the moon" in Khmer.
DURJONOY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek dur meaning "pearl, jewel", jon meaning "soul" and oy meaning "moon".
EDAE f Crimean Tatar
Means "as beautiful as the moon" from Crimean Tatar ay meaning "moon".
EHAAN m Arabic
Means "full moon" or "full bright moon". According to the SSA, Ehaan was given to 8 boys in 2018.
EHSONOY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek ehson meaning "good work, good deed" or "present, gift" and oy meaning "moon".
EIRNÝ f Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic
Combination of the Old Norse name elements eir "protection; peace; calm; help; mercy; benignity" and "new moon, waxing moon" or nýr "new; young; fresh".
EIÐNÝ f Icelandic (Rare)
Combination of the Old Norse name elements eiðr "oath" and nýr "new; young; fresh" or "new moon; waxing moon".
ERENAY f Turkish
From Turkish eren "saint, mystic, dervish" (cf. EREN) and ay "moon".
ERGASHOY f Uzbek
From the Uzbek ergash meaning "to follow" and oy meaning "moon".
ERKAOY f Uzbek
From the Uzbek erka meaning "coddled" and oy meaning "moon".
ESEGE m Mongolian Mythology
Esege Malan (Mongolian: Эсеге Малан, Buryat: Эсэгэ, Russian: Эсэгэ Малан), according to Mongol myth and the belief of the Buryats, is the great Creator of all living things... [more]
ESMERAY f Turkish
Derived from Turkish esmer "dark" and ay "moon".
FANNÝ f Icelandic, Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese form of FANNY as well as an Icelandic combination of the Old Norse name elements fǫnn "snow, snowdrift" and "new moon, waxing moon" or nýr "new; young; fresh".
FARISHTAMOH f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek farishta meaning "angel" and moh meaning "moon".
FAXRIOY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek faxr meaning "pride" or faxriy meaning "honourary, of honour", and oy meaning "moon".
FRÓÐNÝ f Icelandic
Combination of Icelandic fróðr "clever, wise" and "new moon, waxing moon".
FUDZUKI f Japanese
From Japanese 婦 (fu) meaning "married woman, woman, lady", 芙 (fu) meaning "lotus, Mt Fuji", 楓 (fu) meaning "maple", 風 (fu) meaning "wind, air, style, manner", 文 (fu) meaning "sentence" or 歩 (fu) meaning "walk" combined with 月 (dzuki) meaning "moon"... [more]
FURUMU-N f Japanese
From Japanese 満月 (furumu-n) meaning "full moon".... [more]
GAVHAROY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek gavhar meaning "jewel, gem" or "pearl" and oy meaning "moon".
GETSUMEI m Japanese
From Japanese 月明 (getsumei) meaning "moonlight", combined with 月 (getsu) meaning "moon" and 明 (mei) meaning "bright, clear, tomorrow". Other kanji or kanji combinations can form this name as well.
GETSURIN m Japanese
From Japanese 月 (Getsu) meaning "moon" and 輪 (rin) meaning "ring, loop". Other kanji combinations are possible.
GÖHER'AY f Uyghur
Derived from Uyghur گۆھەر‎ (göher) meaning "treasure" or "invaluable, treasured" and -ئاي‎ (-'ay) meaning "moon".
GO'ZALOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek go'zal meaning "beautiful" and oy meaning "moon".
GULMOH f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek gul meaning "rose, flower" and moh meaning "moon".
GULOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek gul meaning "rose, flower" and oy meaning "moon".
GULQAMAR f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek gul meaning "rose, flower" and qamar meaning "moon".
HADZUKI f & m Japanese
As a unisex name, this name combines 葉 (you, ha) meaning "blade, leaf, needle" or 晴 (sei, ha.re, haru) meaning "clear weather, fair, fine" with 月 (gatsu, getsu, tsuki) meaning "moon, month."... [more]
HAJAROY f Uzbek
Combination of HAJAR and Uzbek oy meaning "moon".
HALO f & m English (Modern)
From the English word "halo", referring to "a luminous disc, often of gold, around or over the heads of saints, etc., in religious paintings; the metaphorical aura of glory, veneration or sentiment which surrounds an idealized entity; a circular band of coloured light, visible around the sun or moon etc." From the Latin halos, from the Ancient Greek hálōs (ἅλως) 'disk of the sun or moon; ring of light around the sun or moon; threshing floor with its surrounding threshold; disk of a shield'; itself of unknown origin... [more]
HANA f Albanian
Allegedly derived from Albanian hëna "the moon". e Hane refers to Monday (the first day of the week).
HANEULBYEOLLIMGUREUMHAENNIMBODASARANGSEUREOURI f Korean
This 16-hangul-character given name translates to "lovelier than the Sky, Stars, Clouds, and Sun~". Since 1993, regulations in South Korea have prohibited the registration of given names longer than five hangul characters, in response to some parents giving their children extremely long names such as this... [more]
HANG f Vietnamese
Means "moon" in Vietnamese.
HAOYUE f Chinese
From Chinese 皓 (hào) "bright" and 月 (yuè) "moon". This is a Chinese word as well as a feminine name.
HAVADI f Hungarian
Means "moon" or "springflowers" in old hungarian.
HAVASKA f Hungarian
Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Hungarian havas "snowy, snow-covered; mountain" and a modern form of an alleged Old Hungarian given name Havadi which is said to have meant "moon" in Old Hungarian, whereas in modern Szekler-Hungarian havadi is a general term for white springflowers, most commonly the white narcissus or the snowdrop flower.
HAYITOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hayit meaning "feast day, holiday" and oy meaning "moon".
HEE-JUNG m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 熙 (hee) meaning "shine" combined with 正 (jung) meaning "first (month of the lunar year)". Other hanja combinations are possible. ... [more]
HENEPLOTE f Albanian
Means "full moon" or, poetically, "moonlit" in Albanian.
HENEZ f Albanian
Means "crescent, half-moon" in Albanian.
HËNOR m Albanian (Rare)
Directly taken from Albanian hënor, hënore "lunar".
HËNPLOTA f Albanian
Albanian feminine name meaning "full moon".
HËNZA f Albanian
Derived from Albanian hënë meaning "moon".
HEYV f Kurdish
Means "moon" in Kurdish.
HILOL f Uzbek
Means "new moon, crescent moon" in Uzbek.
HISAKATA m Japanese
From Japanese 久方 (hisakata) meaning "moon in the sky".
HIURMA f Spanish (Canarian, Rare)
This name was listed in a baptismal register from Seville dating to the 15th century. It is said to derive from Guanche yurma meaning "white pupil (leukocoria)", literally "moon of the pupil" from *hăyyūr "moon" and *əmma "pupil".
HÎVAN f Kurdish
From Kurdish hiv meaning "moon".
HÎVDA f Kurdish
Means "moon" in Kurdish.
HLI f Hmong
Means "moon" in Hmong.
HOHODZUKI f Japanese
From Japanese 微 (hoho) meaning "delicate" combined with 月 (dzuki) meaning "moon". Other combinations of kanji are possible.
HOKU f & m Hawaiian
Possibly derived from Hawaiian hoku "night of the full moon".
HOSHIZUKI f Japanese
From Japanese 星 (hoshi) meaning "star" combined with 月 (zuki) meaning "moon". Other kanji combinations are possible.
HOSILOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hosil meaning "harvest" and oy meaning "moon".
HOUSEI m Japanese
From Japanese 芳 (hou) meaning "fragrant" combined with 成 (sei) meaning "to become", 星 (sei) meaning "star", 正 (sei) meaning "first (month of the lunar year)", 清 (sei) meaning "pure" or 生 (sei) meaning "live"... [more]
HUCH’UYKILLA f Quechua
Feminine Quechua name derived from huchuy meaning "small" and killa meaning "moon".
HURMATOY f Uzbek
Derived from hurmat meaning "respect" and oy meaning "moon".
HUSNIOY f Uzbek
Derived from husn meaning "beauty, charm" and oy meaning "moon".
IDZUKI m & f Japanese
From Japanese 芋 (i) meaning "a potato; a sweet potato; a taro; a yam" combined with 月 (dzuki) meaning "moon". Other kanji combinations are possible.
IFFATOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek iffat meaning "uprightness, honesty, chastity" and oy meaning "moon".
IHAN m Arabic
Means "full moon". According to the Social Security Administration, Ihan was given to 10 boys in 2018.
IJAAKAAQ m Greenlandic, Inuit Mythology
Greenlandic name meaning "moon".... [more]
IKROMOY f Uzbek
Derived from ikrom meaning "honour, respect" and oy meaning "moon".
ILAZKINE f Basque (Modern, Rare)
Modern Basque name coined in the 20th century from the Basque word ilazki "moon".
INGNY f Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of ING and either the Old Norse element nýr "new; young; fresh" or the Old Norse element "new moon; waxing moon".
INTHURAT f Thai (Rare)
From Thai อินทุ (inthu) meaning "moon" and รัตน์ (rat) meaning "gem, jewel".
IRDLIRVIRISISSONG m & f Inuit Mythology, Inuit
Means "demon cousin of the moon"
IRISOY f Uzbek
The given name IRIS followed by oy meaning "moon".
ISILDUR m Literature
Means "devoted to the moon". This name was used by J. R. R. Tolkien in his novel 'The Lord of the Rings' (1954) for the elder son of ELENDIL, who was briefly the second king of Gondor and Arnor.
IŠLEQÄMÄR f Bashkir
From the Bashkir ишле (išle) meaning "like, alike, similar" and Arabic قمر (qamar) meaning "moon".
ISTAKOY f Uzbek
Derived from istak meaning "wish" and oy meaning "moon".
IYAR f & m Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Iyar is the eighth month in the jewish calendar. The name was brought from the Babylonian exile and originates from the Akkadian word for "light". His name is in the Bible "Yerach Ziv", means "bright moon"... [more]
IZZATOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek izzat meaning "esteem, honour" and oy meaning "moon".
JACIA f English (Modern, Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian)
Possibly an elaborated form of Jaci, which itself is considered an Anglicized form of Tupí îá "moon" and sy "mother". ... [more]
JAHANAÝ f Turkmen
From the Persian جهان (jahan) meaning "world" and Turkmen meaning "moon".
JAHONOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek jahon meaning "the world" and oy meaning "moon".
JAMOLOY f Uzbek
Derived from jamol meaning "beauty" and oy meaning "moon".
JANAY f Karachay-Balkar
From the Persian جان (jân) meaning "soul" and Karachay-Balkar ай (ay) meaning "moon".
JANNATOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek jannat meaning "heaven" and oy meaning "moon".
JASY f Tupi (Rare), Guarani, New World Mythology
A Tupi name derived from îá "moon" and sy "mother". Its Guarani cognate jasy means "moon".... [more]
JERAH m Biblical, Hebrew
A Biblical name meaning "moon", "month" and "sweet smelling".... [more]
JERICOH m Hebrew
means "City of Palm Trees" , "fragrant" , and "moon"... [more]
JIAOYUE f & m Chinese
From Chinese 月 (yuè) meaning "moon" combined with 娇 (jiāo) meaning "charming, tender, delicate" or 皎 (jiǎo) "bright, brilliant", as well as other character combinations that can form this name.
JONOY f Uzbek
Derived from jon meaning "spirit, soul" and oy meaning "moon".
JUCI f Tupi
Means "moon" in Tupi.
KADZUKI m & f Japanese
From Japanese 一 (kadzu) meaning "one" combined with 月 (ki) meaning "moon". Other kanji combinations are possible.
KAMARIAH f Malay, Indonesian
Derived from Arabic قمري (qamariyy) meaning "lunar, moon-like", from قمر (qamar) meaning "moon".
KAMARUZAMAN m Malay
Means "moon of time" from Arabic قمَر (qamar) meaning "moon" combined with زمان (zaman) meaning "time, age".
KAMER m & f Turkish
Means "the moon" in Turkish.
KAMERFER f Ottoman Turkish
From Ottoman Turkish "radiance of the crescent": kamer - "half-moon, crescent" and fer - "radiance, brightness".
KARAMCHAND m Indian
From Sanskrit कर्म (kárma) meaning "action, work, deed" combined with चन्द (cand) meaning "moon". A notable bearer was Karamchand Uttamchand Gandhi (1822-1885), the father of MOHANDAS Gandhi.
KATSUKI m & f Japanese
As a unisex name, it combines 佳 (ka, kei) meaning "beautiful, excellent, good, pleasing, skilled", 伽 (ka, ga, kya, gya, togi) meaning "attending, entertainer, nursing", 嘉 (ka, yoi, yomi.suru) meaning "applaud, esteem, praise", 夏 (ka, ga, ge, natsu) meaning "summer", 歌 (ka, uta, uta.u) meaning "sing, song" or 加 (ka, kuwa.eru, kuwa.waru) meaning "add(ition), Canada, include, increase, join" with 月 (gatsu, getsu, tsuki) meaning "month, moon."... [more]
KAZUHA f Japanese
From japanese kanji 和 (kazu) meaning "harmony, peace", 一 (kazu) meaning "one", 加 (ka) meaning "add, addition, increase", 華 (ka) meaning "flower", 花 (ka) meaning "flower", 寿 (zu) meaning "longevity, long life", 月 (zu) meaning "moon", 羽 (ha) meaning "feathers", 菜 (ha) meaning "vegetables, greens", 春 (ha) meaning "spring",葉 (ha) meaning "leaf"... [more]
KEISEI m Japanese
From Japanese 馨 (kei) meaning "fragrant, aromatic" combined with 正 (sei) meaning "first (month of the lunar year)". Other kanji combinations are possible.
KHAMCHAN m & f Lao
Means "gold moon" in Lao.
KILLARI f Quechua
Means "moonlight" in Quechua from the word killa meaning "moon".
KILLASISA f Quechua
Means "moon flower" in Quechua, from killa "moon" (also means "month") and sisa "flower".
KILLASUMAQ f Quechua
Means "beautiful moon" in Quechua, from killa "moon" (also means "month") and sumaq "beautiful".
KILLAY f Quechua
Means "my moon" in Quechua from the word killa meaning "moon".
KIRARA f & m Japanese (Modern), Popular Culture
From the stem of adjective 煌らか (kiraraka) meaning "glittering, sparkling, twinkling." The word for "mica" or "isinglass" (雲母) is a derivation.... [more]
KISHMISHOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek kishmish, the name of a kind of grape or small raisins, and oy meaning "moon".
KO'KLAMOY f Uzbek
Derived from ko'klam meaning "springtime" and oy meaning "moon".
KONO f Japanese
From Japanese 楽 (kono) meaning "music, comfort, ease", 古 (ko) meaning "good luck", 己 (ko) meaning "self", 鼓 (ko) meaning "drum, beat, rouse, muster", 瑚 (ko) meaning "coral", 心 (ko) meaning "heart, mind, soul", 葉 (ko) meaning "leaf", 來 (ko) meaning "come, due, next, cause, become", 好 (kono, ko) meaning "fond, pleasing, like something", 小 (ko) meaning "little, small", 木 (ko) meaning "tree, wood", 琴 (ko), which refers to a type of musical instrument similar to a harp, 衣 (ko) meaning "garment, clothes, dressing" or 香 (ko) meaning "fragrance" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle, 能 (no) meaning "ability, talent, skill, capacity", 之 (no), a possessive marker, 暖 (no) meaning "warmth", 希 (no) meaning "hope, beg, request, rare", 音 (no) meaning "sound", 奏 (no) meaning "play music, complete" or 望 (no) meaning "ambition, full moon, hope, desire, aspire to, expect"... [more]
KO'RKAMOY f Uzbek
Derived from ko'rkam meaning "comely, beautiful, splendid" and oy meaning "moon".
KOTZUKI f Japanese
From Japanese コ means "Ko" ツキ means "Moon" The name means "Ko Moon"
KUANTAI m Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh қуану (quanu) meaning "to rejoice" and ай (ay) "moon".
KUMISAY f Kazakh
Means "silver moon", derived from Kazakh күміс (kümis) meaning "silver" combined with ай (ay) meaning "moon".
KUMUSHOY f Uzbek
Derived from kumush meaning "silver" and oy meaning "moon".
KURENA f Japanese
From Japanese 紅 (kurena) meaning "crimson" or from Japanese 紅 (kure) meaning "crimson" combined with 夏 (na) meaning "summer", 月 (na) meaning "moon", 七 (na) meaning "seven", 奈 (na) meaning "apple tree" or 南 (na) meaning "south"... [more]
KUU f & m Finnish (Rare)
Means "moon" in Finnish.
KUUTAR f Finnish Mythology
Finnish goddess of the moon. Her name is derived from kuu meaning "moon, month" and the feminine ending -tar.
LEIKNY f Norwegian
Combination of Old Norse leikr "game; play; sport; fight" and nýr "new; young; fresh" or "new moon; waxing moon". Another theory, however, considers this an adoption (and Old Norse adaption) of some unknown foreign name.
LLEUWEN f Welsh
From Welsh lleuad "moon" and gwen "fair", "white", "blessed".
LLUNA f Catalan (Modern, Rare), Asturian (Modern, Rare)
Means "moon" in Catalan and Asturian, derived from the Latin LUNA.
LOCHINOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek lochin meaning "falcon" and oy meaning "moon".
LÚA f Galician (Rare)
Derived from Galician lúa "moon; moonlight".
LUÃ m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Maybe invented, coined in Brasil influenced by the Portuguese word luã meaning "moon".
LUAN m Portuguese (Brazilian)
Means "moon" in Portuguese.
LULANA f African (Rare, Archaic)
Meaning "Shining Moon" "Guiding Star" ... [more]
LUNAMARIA f Popular Culture
Used for a character in the Japanese anime metaseries 'Mobile Suit Gundam SEED', first released in 2002. It was probably inspired by the similar-sounding phrase lunar maria "broad, dark areas of the moon" (Latin: Maria Lunae), ultimately from Latin luna "moon" (compare LUNA "goddess of the moon") and mare "sea" (plural maria; "applied to lunar features by Galileo and used thus in 17th-century Latin works... [more]
LUNAR f English
Simply from the English word lunar which means "pertaining to the moon, crescent-shaped", ultimately from Latin lunaris "of the moon" (via Old French lunaire).
LUNE f French, Dutch
Derived from French lune "moon", making it a cognate of LUNA.
LUNETTE f French (Archaic)
Means "little moon" in Medieval French. It is derived from French lune "moon" combined with a diminutive suffix. So, in other words, one could say that this name is the diminutive form of LUNE.
LUNIKA f Russian
Meaning: "A small piece of moon" or "gift"
LUQMONOY f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek luqmon meaning "sage" or in honour of Luqmon or Luqmoni hakim, a sage regarded as the father of medicine, followed by oy meaning "moon".
LUSVARD f Armenian
From the Armenian լուսին (lusin) meaning "moon" and վարդ (vard) meaning "rose".
LUTANA f Indigenous Australian
Means "the moon" in the Palawa language of Tasmania. There is a suburb of Hobart with this name. A famous namesake is Lutana Spotswood, a language worker who gave a eulogy in Palawa at the funeral of a Tasmanian premier.
MADHI f Tamil
Means "moon" in Tamil.