Meaning : Flowering, Flower Blossom, A girl's name is of Native American origin, meaning "forever flowering",
Pronunciation : ay AHN na, (AI-YANA),
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Numerology information Aiyana:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Additional information Aiyana:
Aiyana is a feminine name that can be of one of two origins. It can be of Native American origin where it is said to mean ‘Flowering’. However it could also be a variant from of the name Ayanna which has a similar meaning but originates from an African language. The name is mainly found used in America.
Native American Meaning: The name Aiyana is a Native American baby name. In Native American the meaning of the name Aiyana is: Eternal blossom.
American Meaning: The name Aiyana is an American baby name. In American the meaning of the name Aiyana is: Eternal blossom.
Definition funny of Aiyana:
Native American for "Forever Flowering", "Always Blooming"... a beautiful exotic name for an even more beautiful girl. A girl who is smart, sweet, beautiful, stubborn, athletic, and a true friend. Always has a smile on her face and will be a best friend to anyone she meets. Charming, witty, and compassionate... she loves animals, playing video games, scary movies, sports, and dancing... An Awesomeness of full potential and dreams....
I wish every girl could be an Aiyana... girls like that are a guys dream....
A native american term meaning swims with whales. People with this name tend to be somewhat obsessive with their current fascination. They may appear punk, but are easily influenced by perverted kindergarteners, abusive skaters, and freakin awesome people in general.
scott: woww, thats one hot spicy mama! bri: no duhh, she's an aiyana!
(pronounced phuhnk) meaning one of great awesomeness
"there's a girl in indiana, she's named aiyana" "oh yeah?" "yeah, she's punk as f!ck"
Expression information Aiyana:
for harmony and balance in their lives, and respond positively to beautiful things.
Soul information Aiyana:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. They also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment.
Songs about Aiyana:
Hesitate (feat. Fay Aiyana) by Herman Beeftink from the Album Romantic Collection, Vol. 2
Aiyana by Alex Roque & Marcelo Vak from the Album The Artist Album, Vol. 1
Aiyana (Eternal Blossom) by American Indian Music from the Album Native American Drums
Drifting Far Away (feat. Fay Aiyana) by Herman Beeftink from the Album Romantic Collection, Vol. 2
Aiyana by Alex Roque & Marcelo Vak from the Album Aiyana
Aiyana (DJ Tool) by Alex Roque & Marcelo Vak from the Album Aiyana
Aiyana (Mad Morello Remix) by Alex Roque & Marcelo Vak from the Album Aiyana
Books about Aiyana:
Aiyana Exceeding Small by Joyce E. McLain (Sep 4, 2014)
Aiyana by Cheryl Wolverton (Nov 17, 2008)
Our Baby Aiyana, The Story of Aiyana's First Year and Fabulous Firsts, A Keepsake Baby Journal by Emily Canada (Jan 18, 2014)
Astro Nuts - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #3: Personalized for Aiyana by Doug Peterson (Feb 23, 2008)
Jurassic Playground - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #4: Personalized for Aiyana by Doug Peterson (Feb 26, 2008)
The Trojan Rocking Horse - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #6: Personalized for Aiyana by Doug Peterson (Mar 1, 2008)
Jellyfish Jam - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #2: Personalized for Aiyana by Cindy Kenney and Doug Peterson (Feb 21, 2008)
Wiki information Aiyana:
Aiyana Mo'Nay Stanley Jones, was a seven-year-old girl from the east side of Detroit, Michigan who was shot and killed during a raid conducted by the Detroit Police Department's Special Response Team on May 16, 2010. Her death drew national media...
Ayyanar is a Tamil village god, worshipped predominantly in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu and Tamil villages in Sri Lanka. He is primarily worshipped as a guardian deity who protects the rural villages. His priests are usually non-Brahmins, who...