Numerology information Carya:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Additional information Carya:

additionalLatin Meaning: The name Carya is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Carya is: Daughter of Dion.


Expression information Carya:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be creative and excellent at expressing themselves. They are drawn to the arts, and often enjoy life immensely. They are often the center of attention, and enjoy careers that put them in the limelight. They tend to become involved in many different activities, and are sometimes reckless with both their energies and with money.


Soul information Carya:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire for love and companionship, and want to work with others to achieve peace and harmony.


Songs about Carya:

songsBozhe Carya Hrani (Original Mix) by Gruppa Na-Na from the Album Duhovnaya Muzyca

songsCarya Rhythm (Original Mix) by Miguel Toledano from the Album Some Things Talk

songsHow I feel (feat. Carya Holmes) by Mark Wright & Friends from the Album Soul Essence of A Worshipper

songsI Can Depend On You (feat. God's Writer & Carya Holmes) by J Shep & Standard from the Album I Can Depend On You (feat. God's Writer & Carya Holmes)

songsI Can Depend on You (feat. Gods Writer & Carya Holmes) by J Shep & Standard from the Album Faith and the Promise

songsPro Carya Obez'yan [Explicit] by Dmitriy Gayduk from the Album Pro Carya Obez'yan [Explicit]


Books about Carya:

booksCarya Carya Parte I by Shrii Shrii Anandamurti (2013)

booksSafety-net role of tree roots: evidence from a pecan (Carya illinoensis K. Koch)-cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.... by S.C. Allen, S. Jose, P.K.R. Nair and B.J. Brecke (May 6, 2004)

booksNorth American Phylloxerinae Affecting Hicoria (Carya) and Other Trees [ 1904 ] by Theo Pergande (Aug 10, 2009)

booksSilvical characteristics of pignut hickory (Carya glabra (Mill.) Sweet) (Station paper) by Thomas C Nelson (1961)

booksSilvical characteristics of shagbark hickory (Carya ovata (Mill.) K. Koch) (Station paper) by Thomas C Nelson (1961)

booksThe Mystic Songs of Kanha and Saraha (The Doha-Kosa and the Carya) by Pranabesh Sinha Ray (2007)

booksDas geraubte Paradies (Carya #3)


Wiki information Carya:

Biological Genus, Food, Organism Classification

Hickory is a type of tree, comprising the genus Carya. The genus includes 17–19 species of deciduous trees with pinnately compound leaves and big nuts. Five or six species are native to China, Indochina, and India, 11 or 12 are from the United...

Carya cordiformis
Biological Species, Organism Classification

Carya cordiformis, the Bitternut Hickory, also called bitternut or swamp hickory, is a large pecan hickory with commercial stands located mostly north of the other pecan hickories. Bitternut hickory is cut and sold in mixture with the true hickories....

Comments and insights on the name Carya:

Personally I believe Carya to be a beautiful name. Sure, it is unique, but it sounds melodic.

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Nicknames for Carya:

Ari, Ara, Cara, Rya, Ria,

Meanings and history of the name Carya:

In Greek mythology, Carya was a daughter of the Laconian king Dion and Amphithea, daughter of Pronax. Her sisters were Lyco and Orphe. Apollo, in reward for Dion and Amphithea receiving him with great reverence and hospitality, bestowed a gift of prophecy upon their daughters, but imposed a restriction that they should not betray gods nor search after forbidden lore.

Later, Dionysus also paid a visit to Dion's house and was received with equal hospitality; during his stay, he fell in love with Carya and lay with her secretly. He then left but, missing Carya, soon returned under pretext of consecrating a temple which Dion had built for him. But Lyco and Orphe, suspecting a love affair between Dionysus and their sister, guarded Carya to prevent her from having intercourse with the god. By doing so they committed a violation of the restrictions imposed by Apollo, so Dionysus, after several warnings and threats, drove the two sisters mad, in which state they ran off to Mount Taygetus, where they were transformed into rocks. Carya was changed by Dionysus into a walnut tree (Greek karya). From these circumstances later arose the local cult of Artemis Caryatis.

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