|Origin||Hebrew, Japanese, Arabic|
|Synonyms||Aja, Aija, Ayah, Ayana, Ayame|
The name Aya is found in various cultural and linguistic groups. Most often among Asian women – in Japan, Korea, China, but also this name is used among Muslims, Jews, Buddhists and even African women.
Depending on the writing of the hieroglyph, the name Aya can have different meanings, but they all echo the concept of “beautiful“, “colorful“, “creative“, and there are also possible interpretations of “arrow“, “order“, “weaving“.
From the Arabic language, the name Aya is interpreted as “wonderful“, “amazing“, “miracle“, “sign“, “testimony“. In Mongolian and Turkish, it is also translated as “music“, “melody“, “good“.
From Hebrew, Aya is interpreted as “bird“ or “fly fast“.
In Urdu, the word “aya“ refers to female workers in the health care system, often when referring to a nurse. In Pakistan, it is used to refer to workers and employees of children’s centers and kindergartens. Therefore, “aya“ is often interpreted in the sense of “mother“, “bee“, “care“. In Nepal, it means “mother“ or “grandmother“.
In Afrikaans (one of the Germanic languages), which is used in Namibia and South Africa, “aya“ is interpreted as “fern“. The fern is a symbol of endurance and resourcefulness.
Also, Aya is an affectionate reference to some names (Ayana, Ayame and others).
The owner of the name Aya is a very determined woman. Her vision of life and people is very specific. On the one hand, there are those who like her, and with them she is charming, responsive, playful. On the other hand, there are those who do not like her, she shows them her dissatisfaction, prefers to ignore them to the maximum.
Her behavior can sometimes be confusing, especially when in society she looks sociable, joking, then you can easily believe that this is a superficial person. However, this is not the case. Aya is a principled, direct and outspoken woman who, despite everything, remains suspicious, cautious and firm in her feelings and preferences.
Aya has a sense of responsibility and duty, is very persistent and stubborn. Moreover, she does not even allow bad thoughts to overcome herself, keeps on positive and pays enough attention to her health. The girl Aya has a great capacity for work, spends a lot of effort on active actions, strives to show initiative, often prefers an authoritarian and rigid approach.
As a child, Aya adheres to discipline, pays much attention to her school studies. She is always proud of her achievements, strives to take first places in Olympiads or competitions. Always thinks logically, is picky to herself, does not postpone the things that can be done today.
Aya loves order, tradition, honesty and strives for stability. But she also likes to express herself, seduce, socialize and relax with friends. She appreciates nature, animals and is sensitive to beauty. In love, this is a faithful woman, in the family - a good housewife.
The owner of this name prefers professions that require communication (teaching, consulting, entrepreneurship). Administrative work, professions related to land, animals, or requiring precision and painstaking work will also appeal to her. The creative field has always attracted her. She can become an actress, singer, artist or writer.
Famous people named Aya
- Aya Nakamura (born in 1995, the real name is Aya Coco Danioko) – a French singer. Known for her song “Djadja“ (over 600 million views on YouTube).
- Aya Cash (born in 1982) – an American actress.
- Aya Hirano (born in 1987) – a Japanese voice actor and singer.
- Aya Cash (born in 1982) – an American actress.
- Aya (born in 1970, the real name is Svetlana Nazarenko) – a Russian and Kyrgyz singer.
- Ája Vrzáňová, or Ája Zanová (1931 - 2015, the real name is Alena Vrzáňová) – a Czechoslovak figure skater (single skating).
- Luna Haruna (born in 1991, the real name is Aya Itō) – a Japanese singer and model.
- Aya Suzaki (born in 1986) – a Japanese voice actor and singer.
- Aya Kōda (1904 - 1990) – a Japanese writer.
- Aya Takano (born in 1976) – a Japanese pop art artist.
- Aya Terakawa (born in 1984) – a Japanese swimmer. Specialization-backstroke swimming at distances of 100 and 200 meters.
- Aya Matsuura (born in 1986) – a Japanese idol, J-Pop singer, also appears in films.
- Aya Miyama (born in 1985) – a Japanese football player. World Champion in 2011.
- Aya Kitō (1962 - 1988) – a Japanese girl known for her personal diary, which she kept from the age of 15 when she fell ill. She called it “1 liter of tears“ and described in it the course of her incurable illness, which brought her physical and emotional pain. According to the diary, the film “One liter of Tears“ (2004) and the drama series “Liter of Tears“ (2005) were filmed.
- Aya Yasuda (born in 1982) – a Japanese luge rider, multiple winner of the national championship.
- Aya Jones (born in 1994) – a French model.
- Aya Korem (born in 1980) – an Israeli pop and rock singer-songwriter.
- Aya Medany (born in 1988) – an Egyptian athlete (pentathlon).
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