are used by the Ainu people of Japan.
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ABENANKA アベナンカ f Ainu
Probably from アベ (abe)
meaning "fire" and ナンカ (nanka)
, combined from ナン (nan)
meaning "face" and カ (ka)
IMEKANU イメカヌ f Ainu
Ainu female name, borne most notably by a mythologist and poet (Japanese name: Kannari MATSU
(金成 マツ)) credited with preserving numerous Ainu epics (Yukar).
KAKULA カクラ f Ainu
Meaning "Lie Down like a Sea Cucumber" in Ainu.
KAMUIMA カムイマ m Ainu
Meaning "Cooking Bear Meat" in Ainu.
KAMUY カムィ m & f Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Refers to a spiritual or divine entity in the mythology of the indigenous Ainu people of Japan. The term shares similarities with the Japanese word "kami" (神) in both phonology and meaning.
KINALABUKK キナラブック m & f Ainu
Meaning "Person who play with the Bulrush" in Ainu.
KUUCHINKLO クーチンコㇿ m Ainu
Meaning "Person with a Bow and Fur-Drying Fram" in Ainu.
POIYAUNPE ポイヤウンペ m Ainu
Character in the Ainu epic Kotan Utunnai. In the story, he discovers that he is of Ainu heritage and reunites with his people.