Meaning : God Has Answered, A variant spelling of 'Anaya'. The translation means 'God Has Answered',
Origin : Hebrew,
Pronunciation : ah nah YAH, (ah nah YAH),
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Numerology information Anaiya:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Additional information Anaiya:
Anaiya is a variant form of the feminine name Anaya, which is of Hebrew origin and is said to mean ‘God Has Answered’. It is an uncommon name in Britain. Anaya Hayes is a Canadian model and singer.
Definition funny of Anaiya:
The name of someone very special. The name itself would mean good luck for the person who says it or thinks about it. A person that has the name and is with someone, that someone is very lucky indeed. Anaiya is a beautiful person, kind, has a side that no one wants to ever meet, and so so cute. Anaiya is destined to meet Kaiden. The two names itself brings peace within their area, loving, sharing, caring. The two are one of a kind, and they are meant to be. Kaiden will always love Anaiya. The two has been mentioned many times in Asian, as they are both in Japanese and Chinese mythology. Their love is so strong, it touches people till this very day.
Kaiden will always love Anaiya.
Forest bear (Anaiya)
Books about Anaiya:
Anaiya Lives with Daddy, Anaiya Visits Mommy by Joseph Abney (Dec 8, 2009)
Anaiya Loves Daddy; Anaiya Loves Mommy by Joseph Abney (Mar 18, 2008)
Anaiya and Saraiya: You Just Have to Be There by Jeffry Duane Cockrell (Apr 23, 2010)
Mullai Periyaru - Anaiya, Neruppa? (Tamil Edition) by Mr. S.V.P. Veerakumar (Jan 8, 2009)
The Island of the Care-a-Beans - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #1: Personalized for Anaiya (Boy... by Cindy Kenney (Feb 19, 2008)
Jellyfish Jam - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #2: Personalized for Anaiya (Boy) by Cindy Kenney and Doug Peterson (Feb 19, 2008)
Astro Nuts - VeggieTales Mission Possible Adventure Series #3: Personalized for Anaiya (Boy) by Doug Peterson (Feb 19, 2009)