are used on the island nation of the Philippines.
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Sonata f Lithuanian, English (Rare), Spanish (Latin American, Rare), Filipino (Rare)
From a musical term for a musical composition for one or a few instruments (piano frequently being one of them) in three or four movements that vary in key and tempo, derived from the feminine past participle of Italian verb sonare
) meaning "to play (an instrument); to sound."
Talim f Filipino
Means sharp or blade in tagalog. In Soulcalibur II, III, & IV there is a character named Talim.
Urduja f Filipino, Pangasinan
From Sanskrit उदय (ud-ayá)
meaning "rising, rise" or ऊर्जा (ūrjā)
meaning "vigour, strength, energy". This was the name of a legendary Philippine warrior princess from Pangasinan.
Vedasto m Italian (Archaic), Spanish (Archaic), Filipino
Italian and Spanish form of Vedastus
. The name is also in use in the Philippines, which is a remnant of the influence that Spain has had over the country, what with the country having been part of the Spanish Empire for several centuries.
Yasher m Filipino, Tausug
Possibly a form of Yasir
or from Arabic يَعِشْ (yaʿiš)
meaning "live" or يُشِيرَ (yušīra)
meaning "indicate, mention, reference".
Ynamorata f Filipino
The name has been used in the 2000 Philippine television show, Pangako Sa'Yo. Ynamorata means 'being a passionate idealist you need to feel loved.'
Yolly f Haitian Creole, Filipino
A famous bearer of this name is Yolly Roberson (Haiti, 1955-) a Miami attorney and Democratic politician who serves as the representative for District 104 of the Florida House of Representatives.
Yumi f Filipino, Tagalog
From Tagalog yumi
meaning "modesty, gentleness of manner, soft, tender, delicate, humble, refined."
Zaldy m Filipino
Short form of Rizaldy
, as borne and popularised by actor Zaldy Zshornack, born José Rizaldy Taduran Zshornack (1937-2002).