Aya

Aya is a Japanese girl name. The meaning of the name is `Silk Cloth` Where is it used? The name Aya is mainly used In Japanese. The name Aya doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Aya seems to be unique!
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AYA

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Aya

[queen] Aya was an Ancient Egyptian king`s wife of the Thirteenth Dynasty (between 1803 and 1649 BCE). She is known from two sources. Aya appears on a stela now in Würzburg. From this source it is clear that she was part of an influential family of high court officials and was related to the Vizier Ankhu. She also appears in the Papyrus Bo...
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Aya

[given name] ﺁﺁﺁ{Infobox given name2 | name = Aya | image = | image_size = | caption = | pronunciation = {{IPAc-en|ˈ|ɑː|j|ə} | gender = Female | meaning = Japanese: Different depending on the kanji Hebrew: `to fly swiftly.` | language = Japanese, Arabic, Hebrew, Cherokee | variant = | shortform = | variant = | seealso = Ayako In O...
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Aya

Aya was an American slang expression of amazement from 1987 and 1988.
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Aya

Aya was an American slang expression of amazement from 1987 and 1988.
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Aya

In Babylonian mythology, Aya was the wife of Shamash.
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Aya

[goddess] Aya (or Aja) in Akkadian mythology was a mother goddess, consort of the sun god Shamash. She developed from the Sumerian goddess Šherida, consort of Utu. == History == Šherida is one of the oldest Mesopotamian gods, attested in inscriptions from pre-Sargonic times, her name (as `Aya`) was a popular personal name during the Ur II...
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Aya

[Japanese singer] ==Early life== Aya was born in Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, in a small town with a population of 2000. Most of her childhood was spent doodling while listening to her parents` oldies. In elementary school, Aya heard electric guitars for the first time at a Ventures` concert, and in junior high she henceforth...
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Aya

[singer] This category is intended for articles about dead people (or people in :Category:Possibly living people) whose historically recent year of birth is indicated, but the month and day are missing because of lack of research, notation in the relevant article, or availability in a reliable source. This is a unique category and is intend...
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AYA

Aya or AYA can refer to: ==Main uses== ==People== ===Surname=== ===Fiction=== ==Acronym== ...
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