Abdullah is a common Arabic name derived from "abd-," the Arabic word for "servant," and the name of Allah. It has several variant transliterations into English, each of which is perfectly acceptable, though some are more common than others. As with man
In Hindu mythology Aditya was the name of 33 of Aditi's children. See Aditi for more information.
Arjun or Arjuna is one of the heroes of the Mahabharata, a Hindu epic. He is one of the Pandava brothers, and known as the 'Peerless Archer' - his archery skills win him the hand in marriage of Draupadi.
In Hindu mythology one of the names of the sky-god Indra.
Either an Indian name meaning 'protected by god' or a variant of Alicia.
Amiyah entered the US Top 1000 for the first time in 2003.
The word Asia may ultimately come from an Assyrian element for 'east'. It is sometimes used as a first name but belongs primarily to a continent.
As a Japanese name, Karin may be written with the characters for "summer" (ka) and "forest" or "bell" for 'rin' - among other possibilities.
The Vietnamese meaning is disputed. There the female name refers to a plant popular for Tet - either a yellow flower or the cherry blossom. As a Japanese female name, Mai may be written with the character for dance.
As a Japanese name, Mari may be written with the characters for "truth" (ma) and "reason; truth" (ri). Other possibilities include "ten thousand" or "flax" for 'ma' and "hometown; village" (ri).
Mari is a nickname for the Russian name Mariy
The Japanese name Miya may be written with the character for "temple". Other possibilities include "beauty; beautiful" (mi) and "to be" or "all the more; increasingly" for 'ya'. Miya is also the Japanese vocabulary word for "temple".
Yiddish for "clean; pure", Reina is the Yiddish form of Catherine.
It also means "queen" in Spanish.
As a Japanese name, Reina may be written with the characters for "summit; peak" (rei) and "Nara" (na) - among other possibil
A Sanskrit name that is popular in India and one of the most popular Indian names in the United States.
A name of Devi, the Divine Mother, used in the Tantras.
Also commonly found as a surname. Pronounced like the continent Asia and sometimes used as a hommage to it. Fans of the band Steely Dan might be partial to this name, as it is a name of an album and song of theirs.
Used interchangable for
Akira is occasionally bestowed on girls but remains chiefly a male name.
The name has been borne by film director Akira Kurosawa, former head of the Japanese Supreme Court - Akira Machida and manga artist Akira Toriyama. There is also a fil
Ami is a Hebrew male name meaning "my nation, my people".
It is also a Japanese female name that may be written with the characters for "Asia" (a) and "beauty" (mi)
'Ami' is sometimes used as a variant spelling of Amy.
Though Amiya is also a male name, it entered the US top 1000 for girls in 2000.
In a greater part of the world seen as a Latinate form of Hannah and used on females.
On the Indian subcontinent it is considered masculine and derived from the Sanskrit, meaning 'grain'. There was also a king of East Anglia named Anna.
In Hinduism, a son of Krishna and a name of Lakshmi.
Gia can be short for many names, including Gianna or Giovanna. It is also a common Georgian nickname for George.
A name of Devi, the Divine Mother. It is also the 94th name of the Goddess Lakshmi. It is also used in copound names, such as the Indian boy's name Jayaprakash.
In Vietnamese this is a female name referring to the colour gold.
Can be used as a nickname for Kimberly.
The name of one of the four sacred creatures in Viet Nam, the dragon. It is in part taken from several place names such as Ha Long Bay.