Aysu

  • Origin: Turkish
  • Meaning: “moon water.”
  • Gender: feminine
  • Pronunciation: I-soo

The name is composed of the Turkish words ay (moon) and su (water).

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Astraea

  • Origin: Greek Ἀστραία
  • Meaning: “star.”
  • Gender: feminine
  • Eng Pronunciation: (uh-STRAY-ah)

The name is borne in Greek mythology by the daughter of Astraeus and Eos. She is the goddess of justice, innocence, purity, & precision and is closely associated with Dike, the goddess of Justice. According to Ovid, Astraea was a mortal woman during the Golden Age, but ascended into the heavens to become the constellation Virgo.

Other froms of the name include:

  • Astraia Աստրաիա (Armenian, Czech, German, modern Greek, Scandinavian)
  • Astrea Астрея (Bulgarian, Catalan, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian)
  • Astrée (French)
  • Astraja (Lithuanian, Polish)
  • Astreia (Portuguese)

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Vyom

  • Origin: Hindi, Sanskrit व्योम
  • Meaning: “space; ether; firmament; heavens; sky.”
  • Gender: masculine
  • Pronunciation: VYOOM

The name comes directly from the Hindi word व्योम (vyom), which means, “space, ether, firmament, sky; heavens.” It is ultimately linked to the Sanskrit व्योमन् (vyoman) of the same meaning.

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